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    Seiko Melodies in Motion Wall Clock

    Model# QXM211GRH


    Regular Price: $325.00

    Special Price: $243.75

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    This item has been discontinued by the manufacturer.

    This Seiko Melodies in Motion Wall QXM211GRH clock features a steel case, gold hands, and a white dial.

    On the hour, the clock dial parts to reveal an intricate revolving wheel while accompanied by a sparkling LED light show. At this time, the clock plays one of six unique melodies, including: Amazing Grace; The Planets 'Jupiter'; Waltz of the Flowers; Salut d'Amour; Pictures At An Exhibition 'Preoemade'; Dance of the Reed Pipes.

    One-year Seiko warranty

    Free US shipping; international shipping available is an authorized Seiko clock retailer

    Seiko Model QXM211GRH

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    Additional Information

    Model NumberQXM211GRH
    Clock TypeWall
    LensMineral Mineral Hardened crystal or glass that gives a protective barrier. There are multiple variations but most are scratch resistant and durable.
    Clock Case ColorDark Wood
    Clock Dial ColorWhite
    Clock HandsGold
    Clock MaterialStainless steel Stainless steel Stainless steel is a heavy, durable metal that is moderately scratch resistant. Brushed Silver is the most common color, though the metal can be plated for different colors.

    Unbroken Tradition since 1881.

    The spirit of Seiko is a restless spirit. Since 1881, Seiko watches have explored limits, pushed back boundaries and refused to be satisfied with success. At Seiko, good is the enemy of better, because Seiko is dedicated to perfection.

    Synergy is at the heart of Seiko's dedication to perfection. 56 years after making its first mechanical wristwatch, Seiko invented the quartz watch and a new field of possibilities opened up through the synergy of traditional and electronic technologies. The Quartz era was hardly established when Seiko's engineers started to dream the next step: the Kinetic watch. 19 years later, the dream came true. Kinetic was the first watch in the world to create its own electricity, made possible by combining a motion-powered rotor with a quartz movement.

    Today, Seiko Watches still dreams of new adventures in time. The synergy of Seiko's four technologies will always be at the heart of further pioneering discoveries.