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Battery-Powered Wooden Wall Hanging Day Clock

Battery-Powered Wooden Wall Hanging Day Clock
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Perfect for retirees, vacationers and others who don't have to keep hourly appointments, our Battery-Powered Wooden Wall Hanging Day Clock™ is divided into seven equal, pie-shaped sections with dividing lines indicating midnight.

Takes one AA battery, not included.

• Wood day clock
• Clock tells time with seven days of the week
• Takes one AA battery
• Available in Mahogany finish

Available Finish

9-1/2" dia.

4.2 (based on 17 customer reviews)

By meema
Fromplainview n y
day clock
Comments about Product:
we bought this for our brother who is retired. very appropriate

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By kk
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I'm embarrassed to admit that what I thought was just a humerous gift is really a great and practical gift. It's amazing how often we reference the clock.

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FromArlington Heights, IL
Clock was received as advertised
Comments about Product:
Clock is being used by my father and seems to help with day to day memory issues.

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By J-Nette
FromCape May C.H. NJ
Great for retired people
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I had purchased this item for a friend and was so impressed that I bought one for my Mom.It really helps the retired keep track of their days due to the fact that some no longer have schedules.

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By Llama Russ
FromElk Grove, CA
A must have for anyone who's retired!
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Always good for a laugh from friends, but you'll be amazed how often you use it! A must have if you're retired and each day melts into the next.

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By Jackie Lee
FromNaples, Florida
Great gift but clock stopped functioning
Comments about Product:
Where can I find a timing mechanism? Love the product if it works!!

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By El Supremo
FromOrmond Beach, FL
Comments about Product:
The manufacturer is in love with themselves. Their HUGE Logo takes up the bottom portion of the clock and distracts from the over all beauty and functionality of the device.

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By Lake Murray Boater
FromProsperity, SC
Retiree Necessity
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The greatest, most used, and most appreciated retiree gift ever. It's a great conversation piece and every retiree who sees it, says that is just what they need.

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FromAcworth, Georgia
Perfect gift for the elderly
Comments about Product:
Large enough to see from across the room

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FromWindham, NH
People always have to take a second look
Comments about Product:
Bought this gift for my parents who are retired and really don't care about what time it is!! Just need to remember what day it is!! Great conversation piece.

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By Janny
FromB. C. Oregon
Fun to have hanging on your wall.
Comments about Product:
We display it in our dining room and use it daily to keep on top of our lives. We have a lot of fun when we have company and they discover it is a day clock. There are times when it has lost a little time and the days don't line up.

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By The Town Crier.
FromWellford, SC
Early Days "Day Clock".
Comments about Product:
I am retired and handicapped. Each day seems like the next day, and this clock is very helpful for me to keep track of the days.

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By jdp
very helpful
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Helpful for our parents who don't work anymore and lose track of what day it is. We wish the words on the clock face could be larger (many older folks have vision impairments).

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By tlc
Good at first; then quit working
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first 3 months, it was great. Now, despite new and frequent battery changes it does not function.

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By Dog Lover
FromBlairsville, GA
The PERFECT gift for the retiree!
Comments about Product:
This clock appeared on my father's wall as a gift and my husband and I loved it! We are both now retired and we spend time in our cabin in the mountains...we really don't have a time clock anymore...but it is nice to keep track of the days! What a clever gift! The day clock actually moves through the day and in the evening you will see it creep closer to the next comes in two different shades...we have the oak one. We like it and would recommend it as a perfect gift!!!

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By The retired Ricker's
FromRedding, CA
It looks lovely on my wall
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It's something that we've come to rely on each day. Would now be lost without it.

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By biker227
FromWapello, IA
A must have for older seniors.
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our 90 year old mother never knew what day it was. we hung the day clock where it is the first thing she sees in the morning. she tells me almost daily what a good idea this is, she really likes it.

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Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.

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