Charlie Bell Echo Alarm Clock - Matt Aquamarine

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  • Alarm clock
  • Material: metal case, glass lens
  • Dimensions: H14.5xW9.5xD5.5cm
  • Battery required: 1 x AA (not included)
  • Classic alarm clock footed shape
  • Topped with twin alarm bells & a handle
  • Graphic dial with metal hands
  • Silent sweep movement, reduced ticking noise
  • Chic matt turquoise colour

Add practical and stylish design to your bedroom with this Charlie Bell Echo alarm clock from Newgate Clocks. This alarm clock is classic in design featuring a circular shape on two feet with a hammer and twin alarm bells. With a contemporary graphic dial and metal hands, this alarm clock has a silent sweep movement and the reduced ticking noise is perfect for a bedside table. Available in a variety of fun and colourful finishes, this alarm clock wonderfully combines vintage design with contemporary style and there is a design to complement every interior.


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1 month ago
Love the click and it is lovely quality but instructions for setting alarm a bit vague and I haven’t quite got it to the right alarm time yet! Loud jarring alarm - if you’re wanting a gentle wake up,this isn’t it!
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9 months ago
Nice design. What are the two screws in the back of the clock when delivered - carriage screws? Nothing on the instructions about them … also, why not do a version with illuminated hands?