Fundeco Large Cuckoo Clock-Fuchsia

Fundeco Large Cuckoo Clock-Fuchsia

Fundeco Large Cuckoo Clock-Fuchsia

Fundeco Large Cuckoo Clock-Fuchsia:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! From reading other reviews I knew this was made out of cardboard going in. But it filled a hole in my living room and seems to be keeping good time. Only had it up a day but so far so good. I can't complain. Couldn't afford a more expensive clock and this one is ok. No cuckoos or chiming though which makes me sad.max 57% off,max 57% off,los angeles mallFundeco Large Cuckoo Clock-Fuchsia
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  • Dimensions: 7.75" x 11.75" x 2"
  • Package dimensions : 5.0 inches (H) x 26.0 inches (L) x 15.0 inches (W)
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Size:Large  |  Color:Fuchsia

A fresh take on the classic cuckoo clock. The flew the coop, no cuckoo, Cuckoo Clock is great for dorm rooms, kids rooms, or any other room that needs a fun decorative piece. The Cuckoo Clock is constructed of lightweight and durable 3 mm ConVerd paperboard with a quartz clock movement. The clock does require a "AA" battery which is not included. It is lightweight, so it can be hung on any wall and requires no assembly.

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Fundeco Large Cuckoo Clock-Fuchsia

Fundeco Large Cuckoo Clock-Fuchsia:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! From reading other reviews I knew this was made out of cardboard going in. But it filled a hole in my living room and seems to be keeping good time. Only had it up a day but so far so good. I can't complain. Couldn't afford a more expensive clock and this one is ok. No cuckoos or chiming though which makes me sad.max 57% off,max 57% off,los angeles mallFundeco Large Cuckoo Clock-Fuchsia