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  • Thunderbolt Table Clock by Pendulux - 1

Thunderbolt Table Clock

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  • High-quality quartz movements
  • Made in India
Materials
70% aluminum; 25% brass; 5% glass, 5% plastic (quartz movement case)
Care
Wipe using a soft, dry cloth to clean metal surfaces. Metal polish may change the finish on aluminum, brass, or nickel
Includes
One clock, AA batteries not included
Dimensions
4" x 9" x 6"
Weight
1.7 lbs

Reviews
5 avg. (2 reviews)


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Thunderbolt Table Clock

starting at $109.00

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Handcrafted to mimic vintage mechanics · Authentic details · Nostalgic charm
A handcrafted airplane table clock modeled after a 1940’s American fighter plane, the Thunderbolt, is a timely gift that appeals to a child or veteran aviation enthusiast. Featuring an aluminum frame with brass wings and wheels, this desk clock takes flight while staying in sight.
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Pendulux

Pendulux Maker Stephen Kowalski has always been fascinated with the way things work and as a kid he enjoyed taking machines apart and putting them back together. His command of product design and inner mechanicals make these clocks, bookends, and phone stands look old-school elegant. Turning to his own collection of antique mechanical parts, Stephen creates goods for the home that are decorative and functional. Each is handcrafted with quality components and high-grade metals to give the clocks a modern shine to their retro-industrial look. Stephen pulled from mechanical inventions and beloved things that go—like a 1930’s altimeter and a 1950’s rocket—when designing the pieces that blend the old and the new seamlessly.
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