Pixelated Wall Clock
What would it be like to live inside a retro computer game? Well, we can't answer that for you, but we can introduce this to Pixelated Wall Clock from Mustard! Add something a little different to your home that will make you friends double take when looking for the time. - J.D.
- 33 x 4.5 x 31cm
- Weighs 416g
Delivery & Returns
Express Delivery - if ordered before 8pm, delivered by courier next working day. More Info »
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In almost Gameboy Tetris style pixelated Geekery-pokery, this Pixelated Clock is a must have! Upgrade your cool status from 'meh' to 'awesomely cool'. It provides a retro feel to any office, room or reception. I just love this clock, I'd have one in every room... oh wait, I do!
Pixelated Wall Clock
At first I was sceptical, being someone not from the 70's. An item being pixielated was somewhat confusing, if not scary. However, my negativity was cut short when low and behold I placed the unprovided battery into the mechanism and time neigh stood still once again like at the end of every Dr Who episode. Normality was restored.