Seiko QXR303Z Radio Controlled Wooden Wall Clock

This attractive Seiko Clock is made from Alder wood and is powered by a radio controlled quartz movement. Product Features Wooden Wall Clock White dial with black numerals Case made from Alder wood Seconds hand Radio wave controlled

This attractive is made from Alder wood and is powered by a radio quartz movement.

Product Features

  • Wall Clock
  • White dial with numerals
  • Case made from Alder wood
  • Seconds hand
  • Radio wave controlled

Comments

Anonymous says:

Be PATIENT when waiting for a radio wave signal Having looked at previous reviews I was confused as to why the majority of people loved the clock yet a small percentage were very disappointed and said the clock looked really nice but didn’t pick up the radio signal and adjust itself to the correct time. Well, I think I understand this a little better now having followed the very simple but limited instructions on how to set the clock.Completing three of the four steps went like “clockwork” but after step three where the hands…

Anonymous says:

… a radio controlled clock for 15 years which was brilliant, picking up signal in seconds and keeping perfect … Having had a radio controlled clock for 15 years which was brilliant, picking up signal in seconds and keeping perfect time, I ordered this one as replacement. ( accidentally knocked the Baskerville clock off wall when straightening it.) I am thoroughly disappointed as I ordered this twice after thinking first one faulty when it stopped at 12:00 and then started but ran 15 minutes fast. There are inadequate instructions provided and it does not function well. I took it into garden to try to…

Anonymous says:

I LIKE THIS CLOCK! Bought to replace a (non-radio-sync’d) kitchen above-the-mantle shelf clock of similar dimensions.I left a cheap radio-controlled clock on the shelf for a couple of days to check that a LW signal would reach that location…. as it apparently could, went ahead with the purchase.There is a barely audible ‘tick’ that we don’t find intrusive, the clock face and hands clearly indicate the time and, as one would hope, the clock syncs with the hourly ‘pips’ when transmitted on FM…

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