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Pug Wall Clock - Oddly Wild
Pug Wall Clock - Oddly Wild
Pug Wall Clock - Oddly Wild
Pug Wall Clock - Oddly Wild

Pug Clock

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This charming, playful and handmade clock will make a wonderful addition to any nursery, bedroom, playroom, or kitchen wall. Every morning will be a cheery one with Pedro Pug and he’ll provide a fun way to teach your children to tell the time.

Pedro the Pug is from the Isles of Oddly – he lives on the Sandy Shore. Pedro loves to spend his time chasing beach balls and playing in the sea. After all that fresh air he loves nothing more than finding a nice comfortable spot for a well-earned snooze.

Noise isn't an issue as our clocks are designed with a non-ticking quartz movement.

Each clock is carefully made from laser-cut birch plywood and printed with UV inks for superb, long-lasting colour. The clock face comprises a sanded and printed sheet of 3mm poplar plywood which is then glued to a second 3mm sheet of plywood to give a solid 6mm front. The front attaches to a back panel which allows the clock's profile to sit 4cm off the wall giving a 3D effect. The back panel has a pre-cut slot for easy hanging. The natural characteristics of wood may mean some grain is visible which adds to the overall charm.

We are proud to support the non-profit organisation, 'Just One Tree' – One tree will be planted for every clock purchased – helping to combat deforestation and global warming. We also ensure that all materials used in our packaging or postage materials are 100% recyclable – no single-use plastic used.

Each clock comes gift-ready in a beautiful screen-printed OddlyWild cardboard box.

Requires 1 AA battery.

Pedro's Dimensions (width x height x depth)
28cm x 29.7cm x 6cm

Please note that some assembly will be required - easy to follow instructions will be provided. This is to avoid any damage to the clock mechanism whilst in transit.

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