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SEIKO Wall Clock QXH073B

$ 138

SEIKO Analog Walnut Brown Color Gold White Dial Chiming Wall Clock

  • 1 year official warranty
  • Cal. 16601V
  • Dual chimes (Westminster / Whittington)
  • Quarter hour chime
  • Hourly strikes follow the hourly chime
  • Automatic chime silencer (11:00 P.M. – 5:45 A.M.)
  • Volume control
  • Pendulum
  • Wooden case (Alder / MDF / Maple veneer)
  • Walnut brown color case
  • 51.4 x 23.7 x 9 cm
  • 4.7 kg
  • C (Alkaline) x 1


SEIKO Wall Clock QXH073B Specifications :

Brand Seiko Clocks
Packaging Seiko Clocks packaging
Warranty 1 year warranty
Clock type Decorator wall
Case width approx.
514 mm
Case depth approx.
90 mm
Dial color
Gold white
Case material
Wood – Alder/MDF/Maple veneer
Case color
Walnut brown
Numeral type Black roman numerals
Hand configuration Black (hour, minute) with pointer
Features Dual chimes (Westminster / Whittington)
Hour & quarter hour chime
Hourly strikes follow the hour chime
Automatic chime silencer (11 pm – 5:45 am)
Volume control
Water resistance No
Movement Quartz (battery)
Battery type C (Alkaline) x 1

History of SEIKO Wall Clock QXH073B

Since started, SEIKO has commitment to make the world’s finest timepieces that already began over a century ago in a tiny Tokyo clock shop. Also, from the time SEIKO opened the first clock factory in 1892, our dedication to quality and customer satisfaction has grown into an enduring legacy.

Then until today, that same passion for excellence remains apparent in every SEIKO clock. SEIKO is internationally recognized for precision timekeeping and innovation, with numerous ‘world firsts’ in watches as well as in clocks. Similarly, the SEIKO name on a clock dial guarantees meticulous craftsmanship and inspired styling. In conclusion, this distinctive heritage, coupled with affordable pricing, makes SEIKO clocks an unmistakable value.


History of SEIKO

Since SEIKO’s establishment in 1881, the company has committed to the art and science of time.  First of all, the story of SEIKO began when Kintaro Hattori opened a clock repair store in central Tokyo at the age of 22.  Just eleven years later, the company made its first clock and, in 1895, its first pocket watch.  From then, a revolutionary watch and clockmaking enterprise was born.

Today, after 130 years of innovation, SEIKO continues to dream of new adventures in time and still proudly dedicates to the perfection that founder Kintaro Hattori always strove to achieve.  While continuing to offer classic styles that pay homage to SEIKO’s clockmaking foundation, SEIKO showcases a stunning collection of modern clocks in many categories, building a fresh platform for the future of SEIKO clocks.

In summary, SEIKO is a company faithful to a culture of innovation that creates clocks and watches from excellent passion. Moreover, for years to come, SEIKO will continue to deliver a dedication to perfection that fans of clocks and watches expect and appreciate.