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Rhythm Japan Galaxy Musical Small World Wall Clock
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Rhythm Japan Galaxy Musical Small World Wall Clock
4MH891WD19

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Our Price: US$98.95 change currency
RRP: US$228.00 Sale 56.6% Off Save US$129.05 (56.6%)
Availability: Sold Out

Description

- 30 Clarion Sound System (CTS) Melodies: 12 + 12 Classic and 6 Christmas Songs The Musical Clock plays: Traditional Kids Songs - The Other Day I met a bear - Cassation - Mary had a Little Lamb - J'ai perdu le De De Ma Clarinete - Oops, I stepped on the Cat - Amaryllis - Danza Dell'ore - Le Cygne - Beautiful Dreamer - Die Muhle in Schwarzwald - Choo Choo Train - Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Classical Melodies - Air - Sonata fur Klavier - Thais Meditation - Valse Coppelia - Jesus Joy of Mans Desiring - Four Seasons Spring - Liebestraum - Traumerei - Tale from the Vienna Woods - Canon - Four Seasons Winter - Serenade Christmas Melodies - The First Noel - Jingle Bells - Silent Night - Deck The Halls - Joy To The World - We Wish You A Merry Christmas
Specifications
Brand
Rhythm Clocks
Glass Type
Plastic
Case Material
Plastic
Movement
Quartz (battery)Battery operated.
Manufactured In
No
Features
2 D Batteries Included (18 to 24 months battery life)
Auto Night Shut-off
Demonstration Button
Hourly Melody
On-off Switch
Sealed System - Virtually no Dusting or Maintenance Required
Display
Analog
Dimensions (WxHxD)
370 x 370 x 86 mm
30-DAY RETURN POLICY

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