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Acctim Radio Controlled Wall Clock - 275mm - White

Viking Number Q2D-93723-WE

Acctim - Auto-adjust between GMT and BST

275mm Large diameter display with a radio controlled device for GMT and BST time zone settings

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* This price applied from 28/09/15 to 23/11/15


Acctim - Auto-adjust between GMT and BST

Reliable and precise Quartz movement means this Acctim wall clock keeps perfect time

Never adjust your clock again, a smart radio controlled mechanism automatically sets your time to British summer or winter time

Contrasting white frame and black analogue display combine style and perfect functionality, ideal for the busy work place or home office

Bold black 12 with inset 24 hour numbering makes it clear to see the time from any distance

Includes Hours, minutes and seconds hand movements

This battery powered time piece only requires 1 x AA to operate (included)

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Viking Number 93723-WE 
Manufacturer #  
Colour White 
BatteryType 1 x MN1500 
Diameter 275 mm 
Dimensions 275 (D) mm 
Manufacturer Part No 93/723RC 
Product Type Radio Controlled Office Clock 
Unit Each 
Brand Acctim 
Acctim Radio Controlled Wall Clock 275mm White
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Radio Controlled Wall Clock White 275mm reviews verified by Reevoo

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Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
5 out of 10


Congleton GB
Its a clock and you can read it from a distance
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 08 April 2014
Published on: 28 April 2014
10 out of 10


Enfield GB
You don't hear it ticking
No bad points
Confirmed purchase: 12 June 2012
Published on: 13 September 2012
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