NOS 70s Solid Stainless Steel Electonic Desk/alarm Clock, Derby Swissonic Club 270

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    NOS 70s Solid Stainless Steel Electonic Desk/alarm Clock, Derby Swissonic Club 270

    I recently bought this beauty of a clock from a local collector and its like a timewarp really, its *that* perfect... but Im having a cull to raise some funds and this is one that will need to go im sad to say, I just know I would never find another one like it.

    Made by Derby and branded 'Swissonic Club 270' this is a stunner and is solid Stainlesss steel. It weights 491g! Just under 11cm 9-3 across the case (just under 7.5cm across the dial) and approx 5cm high at its tallest point. Has an acrylic crystal and superb design. It's electonic and keeps good time, running off an AA battery, it ticks like an auto with a 'jumpy' secs hand that moves something like 5 times a sec, not once like a quartz. The clock has a nice dark orange dial, with blue and white accents with yellow date apateur and secs hand. It has a date and an alarm function, which all works perfectly, as you would expect. The alarm is a type of beeper noise which is very cool actually.

    This clock is NOS and in its original Derby logo box, its clean as a whistle and runs well. Its solid and well made and would have cost a fortune when new. The postage for this is going to be expensive due to its weight so as an all in price I will take the hit at a bargain SOLD... shipped and paypalled.

    (photos pictured with the PloProf to give you an idea of the size, and the PloProf is not included... as if LOL)









    Last edited by jon12w; February 3rd, 2009 at 02:07. Reason: sold.


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