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A meticulously crafted reproduction of the iconic WWII MK I Boat Clock, a true testament to the maritime heritage of the past. This faithful replica captures the essence of the original timepiece, once an integral part of submarines, PT-Boats, and various vessels during World War II. Measuring at 6 ¼” x 4”, this clock is a blend of historical charm and modern precision.

Powered by a reliable quartz movement that operates on a standard battery, this clock ensures accurate timekeeping while retaining its vintage allure. Constructed from solid aluminum, it exudes durability and authenticity, echoing the robust materials used in wartime maritime instruments.

The clock features a unique two-piece configuration, with a front section that elegantly swings open to provide access to the movement, revealing the intricate craftsmanship within. Its rear mounting bracket ensures secure placement, adding to its functional design. The dial proudly bears the markings, "MARK I-BOAT CLOCK, U.S. NAVY, N4823, 1941," underscoring its historical significance and attention to detail.

To simplify installation, the clock comes with all the necessary mounting hardware, making it effortless to display this piece of history in your home, office, or maritime-themed space. Its handsome design and historical relevance make it not just a timekeeping device, but a captivating piece of decor that adds character to any room.

This WWII MK I Boat Clock reproduction is more than just an accessory; it's a conversation starter, a piece of history, and the ultimate gift for enthusiasts of naval heritage and vintage craftsmanship. Embrace the spirit of the sea and bring a touch of the past into your present with this exceptional and timeless timepiece.

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