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Manufactured with metal surround and a glass face. This clock is antique rust in colour and is fully weatherproof, making it suitable for both the conservatory or patio/garden. The perfect timepiece for your home and outdoor space with a simplistic yet beautifully traditional design, brought into the modern day with the intelligent radio controlled technology which will ensure that you always keep perfect time.
"This clock has a lovely clear face and beautiful surround. It feels solidly made to withstand all weathers and is an attractive time piece in the garden. It is easy to read, although situated 70 feet from the house and so far has proved reliable."
Reviewed Wednesday, 30 August 2017
"Product as pictured online garden clock easy to set up and keeping excellent. time"
Reviewed Saturday, 24 September 2016
"Does what we wanted, expensive compared to one in other colour I bought in June from same company"
Reviewed Sunday, 11 September 2016
"Goods arrived within the time specified and packed well?"
Reviewed Thursday, 12 May 2016
"A better method of fixing it to the wall could be contrived. Our first clock blew off and smashed. Otherwise a competent clock which keeps good time and is clearly visible from 25m."
Reviewed Thursday, 17 December 2015
"let me know delivery delayed. arrived for new date okay"
Reviewed Thursday, 25 June 2015
"Good looking clock and seems robust Hope it withstands the Essex weather!
Instructions included were in such bad English they were almost incomprehensible. A customer friendly business would surely improve them!"
Reviewed Wednesday, 6 May 2015
"This is the third clock we have bought and we are pleased with the product"
Reviewed Friday, 27 February 2015
"Bought this one for a Christmas present when similar (in cream), same size, was out of stock; whilst I do prefer the colour (brown) it isn't clear why it costs £16 more."
Reviewed Monday, 5 January 2015
"Clock seems ok (I have had one from you before) but included instructions this time useless.Mixture of pigeon-english and chinese !"
Reviewed Tuesday, 28 October 2014