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Chaney Instruments Acurite® Indoor/Outdoor 18"Dia x 2 1/2"D Black Analog Atomic Wall Clock (50308A2)

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Item #: 901-2111466DHT
  Model #: 50308CH
Brand: Chaney Instruments
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Chaney Instruments Acurite® Indoor/Outdoor 18Dia x 2 1/2D Black Analog Atomic Wall Clock (50308A2)
$62.99 Each
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Description
The Chaney Instruments Acurite® 18" black indoor/outdoor analog atomic clock displays atomic time and precise, reliable temperature readings. It features weather-resistant metal frame for durability as well as aesthetic looks. This radio-controlled clock automatically sets to exact time and is accurate to the second. It automatically updates for daylight saving time. It features integrated hang hole for easy wall mounting.
  • Construction: Antiqued black finish, metal housing and glass lens
  • Movement: Atomic
  • Power source: One AA alkaline or lithium battery (not included)
  • Face: One analog main dial
  • Dimensions: 18"Dia. x 2 1/2"D
  • Time zones: PST, MST, CST and EST
  • Shape: Round
  • Built-in components: Thermometer
  • Temperature range: 32 - 122 deg F, Temperature accuracy: + 2 deg F
  • Atomic clock maintains time with split-second precision
  • Adjusts itself for daylight saving time (DST) automatically
  • Integrated hang hole for easy wall mounting
  • Comes with 1 year limited warranty
  • Temperature range: 32 - 122 deg F, Temperature accuracy: + 2 deg F
Specifications
Brand : Chaney Instruments Customizable : No
Weight : 6.85 lbs. per Each

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