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Simple Value White Wall Clock (Lowest Ever Price) £2.00 @ Argos Free C&C

£2.00 @ Argos
A 1/3 off making it even cheaper. Nice reviews. handy for the kids bedroom or workshop/garage. I have similar in the main sitting room. Nice clear display and functional. Features: Hours. Minutes.… Read More
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11m, 1w agoFound 11 months, 1 week ago
A 1/3 off making it even cheaper. Nice reviews. handy for the kids bedroom or workshop/garage. I have similar in the main sitting room. Nice clear display and functional.

Features: Hours. Minutes. Seconds. This functional wall clock from our Simple Value range will look at home wherever you decide to mount it. It has a clear, easy to read numbered face with black hands.

Quartz movement.
Diameter 23.5cm.
Size H23.5, W23.5, D4.5cm.
Batteries required 1 x AA (not included) .
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11m, 1w agoFound 11 months, 1 week ago
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1 Like #1
http://argos.scene7.com/is/image/Argos/6235329_R_Z001A_UC1418118?$TMB$&wid=612&hei=612
4 Likes #2
good find op, heat added :)
3 Likes #3
I bought a similar one from Wilko. I think it is always £2 in Wilko.
http://www.wilko.com/clocks/wilko-functional-round-wall-clock/invt/0287986
2 Likes #4
£1 each in IKEA if you have one close by
1 Like #5
1 Like #6
That's a lot of clock for not a lot of money.
3 Likes #7
It's showing the wrong time mate. It's 5.11pm as I post.
1 Like #8
Ed Winchester
It's showing the wrong time mate. It's 5.11pm as I post.


further discount ?
#9
Does the clock come with batteries cause the batteries will cost more than the clock
#10
argosextra
Does the clock come with batteries cause the batteries will cost more than the clock
Requires 1 AA battery and its not included
4 Likes #11
CrazyBob
That's a lot of clock for not a lot of money.
I misread that for a second.....;)
1 Like #12
got this the last time it was on offer for £2 still working about 2 years old.
[helper] 1 Like #13
Great price
1 Like #14
Damn I paid £3 for mine
3 Likes #15
I have one of these. Keeps perfect time but beware, it has a very loud tick.
#16
Ed Winchester
It's showing the wrong time mate. It's 5.11pm as I post.

This is a happy clock...
1 Like #17
Tim2011
I have one of these. Keeps perfect time but beware, it has a very loud tick.
I second this.

Useful for like a garage or shed or something, but if you put it in your bedroom or kitchen or living room you will be driven mad.
#18
mel1408
£1 each in IKEA if you have one close by
I could only find them for £1.50 each:
m.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/art/70098989/
But that's still 50p cheaper...
#19
Sorry, hyperlink didn't work...Try this one.
[url=m.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/art/70098989/]Clock[/url]
4 Likes #20
oh I give up....!!!! Just ask the staff in ikea. :-)
1 Like #21
Personally, I would rather pay slightly more and get one that is quieter or silent. The loud ticking would sound even louder when a room is quiet, so will keep you up, if you're trying to sleep if it was in your bedroom. I was actually thinking that might be the reason why they're being sold off this cheap. Thanks for the confirmation Tim2011. :D
#22
cheapo clock
3 Likes #23
we bought one to help teach daughter the time cheaper then most wooden training clocks and has all the numbers shown. so not roman numerals or just sticks .
heat
1 Like #24
how bigs this clock in inches i wanna compare it with my clock
banned#25
mel1408
£1 each in IKEA if you have one close by


been £1.50 for years.
2 Likes #26
Heat added :3
#27
I believe you will have better value for money by buying clocks from amazon warehouse deals. it costs a bit more (£2-7 ish) but it lasts longer, looks nicer, and you might get some nice features e.g. silent clock.
2 Likes #28
jazzzy786
Damn I paid £3 for mine
must have bought it at the wrong time then
1 Like #29
do they do it on tick?
#30
Much prefer quieter clocks with sweeping hands but they seem to cost quite a fair bit.
1 Like #31
shabbird
Handy for the kids bedroom or workshop/garage.

Or wear it around your neck X)

http://www.quickmeme.com/img/da/dad24ebd2dc76b0315099e0517eb092f2ceb62938ffffb46115336ee32cdcdb8.jpg


Edited By: 937666 on Jun 13, 2016 12:00: :)
#32
You can buy a similar one from poundworld £1 . In a minimalist modern design in a metallic grey/silver.
#33
sofiasar
mel1408
£1 each in IKEA if you have one close by
been £1.50 for years.
No they have not, I bought one for a £1
#34
dannygargoyle
how bigs this clock in inches i wanna compare it with my clock
It's much bigger than yours, it'll make your one look like a wristwatch :{
1 Like #35
Oh great timing just what I needed!
1 Like #36
Tim2011
I have one of these. Keeps perfect time but beware, it has a very loud tick.

Same here, have had one for years..can't remember for how long now, but it keeps good time and as you say, it has a loud tick. Probably uses the same movement from China found in much more expensive clocks.
Good find OP, heated.
1 Like #37
argosextra
Does the clock come with batteries cause the batteries will cost more than the clock

You can get a pack of batteries to fit this from wilko's for 50p. Therefore you don't have to spend more on batteries than you did on the clock
#38
mystery_man
argosextra
Does the clock come with batteries cause the batteries will cost more than the clock

You can get a pack of batteries to fit this from wilko's for 50p. Therefore you don't have to spend more on batteries than you did on the clock


How much is it to go to Wilko because my one is £20 cab fare and £5 bus ride so it's more worse for me to buy from Wilko il walk to my Argos and get it from there ok
#39
argosextra
mystery_man
argosextra
Does the clock come with batteries cause the batteries will cost more than the clock
You can get a pack of batteries to fit this from wilko's for 50p. Therefore you don't have to spend more on batteries than you did on the clock
How much is it to go to Wilko because my one is £20 cab fare and £5 bus ride so it's more worse for me to buy from Wilko il walk to my Argos and get it from there ok
Ok.....
1 Like #40
Tim2011
I have one of these. Keeps perfect time but beware, it has a very loud tick.



In my lifetime I or my friends etc. have had several electric clocks like this or posher and never did they have a tick, or even a tock so these must be unique.
By the way it's about time this deal came around.

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