Glowing Milky Way Wall Clock

It's always the perfect time for stargazing with this constellation clock.

$35.00

Star Hour

Whether it's the crack of dawn or stroke of midnight, it's always the perfect time for stargazing with this clock. The ticking map of the cosmos showcases connected constellations that span the Milky Way. After dark, the stellar display gently glows pale green, providing a bright surprise for the astronomer and astrologist alike. Requires 1 AA battery (not included). Made in China.

Made from
glass
Measurements
13.5" diam.
Notes
Requires one AA battery (not included)
Item ID
42925

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4.0

Very cute

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Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Clear Display
  • Keeps Good Time

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Bedroom
    • Decoration
    • Gifts

    Comments about UncommonGoods Glowing Milky Way Wall Clock:

    I have this clock hung in my bedroom and I really like it. It's very unique and easy to read. The screen over it is plastic but it doesn't look cheap at all. I haven't had it long but seems to keep good time. The only complaint I have about it is with the glow in the dark feature. The glow is very dim and it just kind of looks like a dimly glowing blob on the wall at night not like stars. And you definitely can't read the time in the dark. So I wouldn't buy this clock for it's glow in the dark capabilities. But during the day it looks very stylish and I am happy with my purchase.

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    • Personal

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