August 18, 2019

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Fun Alarm & Wall Clocks for Back to School #Back2School

Looking for a new clock to spruce up your teen's space or to help them get up in the morning then this new collaboration from Seiko and The Coca-Cola Company is perfect to help get kids up and on the bus on time. At exactly the same time as Kintaro Hattori was planning to open his Seikosha factory and to create his first ever wall clock, Doc Pemberton in Atlanta, Georgia created a drink that would soon sweep the world. Both companies are celebrating 130 years in business this year and have collaborated on some clocks that could make a perfect gift or addition to the home.

More info about the new products
  • Coca Cola Wall Clock (SRP $70/Dimensions: 14.4 x1.69”)
  • Coca Cola Alarm Clock (SRP $40): Available in Red or White and features an alarm, snooze function and light
  • Coca Cola Alarm Clock - Travel Version (SRP $25.00): Available in Red or White or Black and features an alarm, snooze function and light

The compact Coca-Cola alarm clock adds a retro feel to any space. It is perfect for your teen's desk as it is not too big and doesn't take up a bunch of space.
  • Wake up to this reliable alarm clock at home or while traveling.
  • Dimensions: 3.5" Height x 3.5" Width x 2" Length
If you are looking for something bigger, the Coca Cola Wall Clock if perfect for a rec room, a retro kitchen and more. The classic designs of these clocks make them the perfect accessory to any room. Deck out your teen or college kids room in style this year!

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