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Howard Miller Reid Floor Clock 611304

Howard Miller

Features

  • Batteries Included: No
  • Overall Width: 16.000 (inch)
  • Overall Height: 76.500 (inch)
  • Overall Depth: 11.500 (inch)

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Premium Quality: This 94th Anniversary Edition wooden floor clock was crafted with premium materials. The machined steel, beautifully grained woods, and wrought iron metals create a floor clock that is sure to be a focal point. The dark coffee oak finish on select hardwoods and veneers provides a classic style.

Aged Features: The dial on this wooden floor clock features aged, charcoal-finished, wrought-iron Roman numerals, and bar hour markers. These are suspended in front of a machined steel background with aged charcoal finished hour and minute hands. Plain glass adorns the front and sides of the floor clock case.

Stunning Pendulum: The Reid Floor Clock also features an aged charcoal-finished pendulum with a rectangular bob surrounding a woodgrain insert that swings in front of a machined steel background.

Functional Design: This wooden floor clock features a dial and case that are illuminated and an easy-to-reach roller switch on the back. A metal base with legs finished in aged nickel ties the look together. The quartz, triple-chime Harmonic movement plays a choice of full Westminster or Ave Maria chimes. Additionally, this wooden floor clock comes with volume control and an automatic nighttime chime shut-off option.

Dimensions: This clock is 76.5" in height, 16" wide, and 11.5" deep. It requires four C-sized batteries (not included).

Howard Miller: Founded in 1926 and still family-owned in its third generation, Howard Miller is the world's leading clock company and a respected brand name in fine specialty furnishings such as curio cabinets, wine & bar furnishings, custom storage cabinets, and SmartMoves® adjustable height desks.

Features

  • Batteries Included: No
  • Overall Width: 16.000 (inch)
  • Overall Height: 76.500 (inch)
  • Overall Depth: 11.500 (inch)
  • Product Weight: 76.0000 (pound)
  • Shipping Width: 25.250 (inch)
  • Shipping Depth: 16.125 (inch)
  • Shipping Height: 84.625 (inch)
  • Shipping Weight: 92.9999 (pound)
  • Clock Movement: Quartz/Triple Harmonic
  • Wood Finish: Dark Coffee Oak
  • Levelers: 4
  • Battery Quantity and Size: 4C
  • Master Pack: 1
  • Kit Pack: No
  • Shipping Carton Count: 1
  • Freight Class Code: 200
  • Product Unit Measure: EACH
  • Product Cube: 8.140 (square foot)
  • Shipping Cube: 19.930 (square foot)
  • Assembly Required: Yes
  • Can Ship UPS/FedEx: No
  • Oversized UPS/FedEx: No
  • NMFC Code: 048720-2
  • UPC: 020867131327

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