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old timer clock

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SKU: 189227

$79.99 reg. $299.00

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tick tock pop. This is not your grandfather's clock. Modern timekeeper tick-tocks in Skandi-style, handcrafted in pale plywood and engineered wood with shadowbox dimension. Clean white face at the forefront with inset white panel pops red aluminum hands and pendulum. Silver hand marks seconds. Learn about the designer, Mark Daniel, on our blog.

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old timer clock is rated 2.25 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's Cool and it's Unique I received the clock today. I bought it on sale. At that price I still think they got plenty of markup out of it. Like someone said earlier a few dollars worth of parts. The shipping almost cost more than the product. Set up was easy, although you had to follow a picture guide with no written instructions. I think the reason some people are not getting the Pendulum to swing is because they didn't remove two metal clamps holding up the black plastic Pendulum arm between the batteries. Yes there was tape to remove and those clamps. Then when you attach the Pendulum to the the black plastic arm with the two screws it is very loose. Do not re-attach the metal clamps unless you want to keep it from swinging. When you put the plastic cap back on it will remain very loose. The top part of the clocks interior has a shelf which the top of that black plastic part of the Pendulum will sit. You almost have to hold it in place until you put the black plastic cap back on which is where the Red Pendulum arm meets the black Pendulum arm. Gave it a push and its been swinging all afternoon. It's still a cool looking clock with its red accents that go with my red accent wall. even the wood almost matches my the color of my dining room table and chairs. I made explore painting it with a high gloss clear paint to make it a better match. All in all its "unique"
Date published: 2014-08-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not to CB2 Standards Just really disappointing quality. Like previous reviews, the pendulum does not move on its own. Clock stands a little 'lopsided' due to the build. But we place it in the corner of the room so its a bit harder to tell. The clock 'motor' has already stopped twice. It's basically a $5 clock lodged in a particle-board box.
Date published: 2014-03-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love! Bought this at sale price, I was waiting patiently until it did. Before the delivery man left I carefully examined to be sure of scratches- not one. I did understand that the pendulum does not move, I'm ok with that- I have a two year old. When you put in the batteries it almost appears it could swing but it doesn't, so we secured it with some tape. It adds great height to empty spaces and the red pops! Bought the red folio leather chairs and it's a great combination. Now, if we could only get a cb2 in Dallas so I stop paying that $99 delivery fee...
Date published: 2014-01-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Quality Got this as a gift, the pendulem is not actually connected to the clock, it just stays there on its own unless you swing it. The actual clock itself didn't work, and the item came with scuff marks and scratches all over it. 
Date published: 2013-12-29