London Clock Black large 'Station Clock' wall clock
About this item
This large black wall clock is designed to replicate the traditional station clock, featuring a chunky black case, a large white dial with large black number and a contrasting red minute hand, complete with a large hanging attachment to the back.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Linda45 Excellent Value for money
I purchased this clock for my kitchen and I am extremely happy with it, I would say it is excellent value for money as it is a good size and it looks great. It also has large figures making it very easy to read.
Would certainly recommend.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by shoppingrocks Love It!!!
Always fancied one of these type clocks or a grandfather clock but living in a modern house, I don't think the grandfather clock would look rigth.
I chose this one for my kitchen wall and it looks fantastic. I have always been a bit of a minimalist type I don't usually go for homey/decorative pieces but I am so pleased I bought this as it gives my kitchen diner a really homely feel but also looks modern and trendy - bang on current trend and beyond!
OK, it is a thin metal type material on the outer and is operated by battery but who cares, for style, impact and price, it is well worth it and definitely recommend this clock. Don't be put off by the size as it really doesn't look ridiculously over big as you might think once it is on the wall.
I'm going back to store for some decorative things!
Rated 1 out of 5Â by gazmossuk Not Very Good
The clock is all plastic and no substance. Not worth the money and would have expected better from Debenhams.
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