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Squeeze-Me Travel Alarm Clock

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The Squeeze-Me Travel Alarm Clock from Bai Design makes an ideal travel companion. Roman numerals with Black or White dial. Molded ABS thermoplastic casing with acrylic lens. 1 AA battery required. Gift boxed.

Approx Size: 3.5 x 4"

Ship Time: 3-5 days


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At BAI Design Inc, their relentless pursuit is to create the most daring, unique and yet functional and marketable timepieces. From new material, color and type font studies, current home and lifestyle evaluations, to brainstorming on the most creative concepts, BAI's timepieces stand out from the crowd for their lasting value, quality and trendsetting design.

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