Twiggy Clock - Grey
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Twiggy Clock - Grey
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Twiggy Clock - Grey

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With model thin hands and numerals, Twiggy is all about style and verve.

Centered around a precision quartz movement, and trimmed in steel and glass, Twiggy is a fresh face that's totally classic. From JONSSON Timeware.

Requires one AA battery (not included).

Features
Available Color/Finish: Grey Dial/White Graphics/Stain White Steel Case
Metal Hour and Minute Hands
Liquid Smooth Sweep Second Hand

Specifications
Silent Quartz Movement
Solid Steel Case
Crystal Clear Glass Lens
One 'AA' Battery (Not Included)

Dimensions
Overall Size: 12W x 12H x 2D inches / 1 lb

Ships within 3-5 days




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