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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.
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Really love this clock. It's quirky and looks great on my wall. Despite my initial reservations telling the time from it is very easy. Everyone who sees it comments on it.
Bought this for my boys Minecraft themed bedroom. They love it, its very good quality and a very good price. Really happy with my purchase.
well packed prompt delivery no problems kannie
Brilliant clock, really light weight, surprisingly easy to read aswell! Love it!
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!
I love this Pixelated Wall Clock. I mean, look at it.. what's not to like about it? It tells the time, takes me back to the 80s a bit and looks super cute.
My boyfriend and I are living together, and had to completely redecorate the flat upon moving in. We knew this clock was perfect. It's even more awesome in the flesh and adds a slightly surreal touch to our pad. I love this clock to pieces.
I'm very happy with my purchase - it makes me smile each time I look at it.
My boyfriend loved this! It will look great in our study!
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.