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$44

Outdoor Clocks for Patio Large Waterproof, Indoor/Outdoor Retro

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Product description

Color:B-36*36*5cm

It will suit the decor in anywhere. Great for a bedroom, living room, kitchen and office etc of indoor.

If you're looking for a wall clock that will go with your house décor, Our wall clock is your great choice. It perfect fits in any style. It is an exquisite art craft to add a classic style to your home, from the living room to backyard."br""br" Product Description:"br" Material: Plastic frame + HD glass"br" Movement:High Standard Accurate Power-saving Quartz Movement"br" Display type: pointer + number"br" Waterproof: yes"br" Power Source:1 x AA battery. We recommend using Carbon Zinc battery, but it also be using Alkaline battery or rechargeable battery(Not Included)"br""br" Package Includes:"br" 1* Retro Wall Clock

Outdoor Clocks for Patio Large Waterproof, Indoor/Outdoor Retro

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Oak by Getty Images, aster and carpenter bee by Ed Spevak, compass plant by Erica Ballard, grasses and goldenrod by Frank Oberle, goldenrod by James Trager, Polyphemus by Linda Williams.
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