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Seiko Clocks Wall Clock Dark Brown Solid Oak QXH110BLH
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Schoolhouse Wall Clock Dark Brown Solid Oak QXH110BLH by Seiko Clocks

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Seiko Clocks # QXH110BLH
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  • Dark Brown Solid Oak Case
  • Features Glass Crystal
  • Brass Pendulum
  • Comes with both Westminster quarter-hour chime (4/4) and Whittington chimes on the quarter hour

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barcode UPC 29665102508

Description and Features

Long-standing tradition – As its previous products, this Seiko Wall Clock gives you a combination of style and functionality, a guaranteed product of utmost design and quality.

Sight to behold – Featuring a Dark Brown Solid Oak case, this schoolhouse clock is a sight to behold. It features Glass Crystal and a moving Brass pendulum to complete the look.

Chimes you’ll love to hear – It comes with both Westminster quarter-hour chime and Whittington chimes on the quarter. It has hourly strikes that indicate the time. Volume control allows you to adjust the audio volume.

A sound sleep – For a good night’s sleep, turn on the nighttime chime silencer to prevent audible interruption at night.

  • Dark Brown Solid Oak Case
  • Features Glass Crystal
  • Brass Pendulum
  • Comes with both Westminster quarter-hour chime (4/4) and Whittington chimes on the quarter hour
  • Hourly strikes to indicate the time. (Chime style is selected with switch)
  • Includes a moving pendulum
  • Nighttime chime silencer prevents audible interruption at night
  • Volume control allows adjustment of audio volume
  • Schoolhouse clock
  • 21.25" Height x 12.75" Width x 3.75" Depth
  • 1 x Standard C-size battery (included)
  • Manufacturer's 1-year warranty for parts and labor
  • Seiko products may require a signature upon delivery


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