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This 10" math theme wall clock is handmade by us. It is battery powered with an American made quartz clock movement and requires a single AA battery. The image is printed on a large laserjet printer and carefully mounted onto a 1/8" thick birch wood base. A special UV coating is applied over the image for a durable finish. Simply place a nail in the wall and the wall clock is ready to hang. The hour, minute, and red second hands are metal, not plastic. Please contact us with any questions!
A unique gift for family and friends, special occasions, thank you's, and birthdays! All clocks ship first class mail in the USA.
FUN, UNIQUE, HANDMADE...
- Reliable high-quality clock mechanism.
- 1/8" thick wood base and open face clock.
- wood block on back of clock ensures clock face does not tilt or sag against wall.
- We have been making wall clocks since 2010.
- Quality packaging protects against damage.
- Made in the USA.
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