FirsTime Espresso Grandfather Clock

Bring elegance and sophistication into your home with the espresso grandfather clock from first-time at six feet high, this impressive timepiece features a dark espresso wood veneer finish, and a swinging pendulum with a brushed nickel finish. During the day, the Westminster Chime will Chime every hour, on the hour. The grandfather clock is a time-honored tradition that is perfect for any home, office or as a gift

Product Features

  • Hourly Westminster chime – does not chime during the night
  • Swinging pendulum with a brushed Nickel finish
  • Made of wood
  • Dark espresso finish
  • Automatic night shut off from 10: 00PM to 6: 00Am

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3 thoughts on “FirsTime Espresso Grandfather Clock

  1. Junk…not even worth the cheap price. I have to say that I am very disappointed in this clock. I realize the price we paid but never realized it was be a cheap peace of junk. After putting the clock together we followed directions but were unable to get the clock to chime. It wasn’t until I took it back apart that I realized one of the wires that powered the cheap little speaker wasn’t connected. It is a good thing that I had a soldering gun and was able to reconnect the wire otherwise it wouldn’t have worked. Once we got past…

  2. No instruction/owners manual I really like the clock and it fits perfectly in my dining room. Although it was not difficult to assemble, it did not come with an instruction/owners manual. After searching the internet and couldn’t fine one I had to figure it out myself. The battery slots were a little difficult to get to after locating the slots. It requires 3 AA batteries and 2 C batteries that are sold separately. 1 AA battery and the other 2 AA batteries go in two different places. Also, the other C batteries are in a…

  3. Just for look The pendulum is IMPOSSIBLE to assemble! Sure I was able to input batteries for the clock. The battery area for the pendulum, however, is so very of reach. Trying to navigate my hands in the hollow (but tight) space searching for the battery inserts became a failed mission for me. Eventually I settled without having the pendulum feature of the clock. I reached out to FirsTime requesting further detailed instruction (the instructions included only help with assembly of the tower) to no…

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