''My Town'' Aerial Photo Clock - 12''

''My Town'' Aerial Photo Clock - 12''

''My Town'' Aerial Photo Clock - 12''



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Personalized orders for this product placed by 12/11/19 at 11:59 PM EST are scheduled for delivery by 12/24/19. Orders placed on or after 12/12/2019 may not arrive in time for the holidays.

This elegant clock turns any wall into a touching memento. Each clock is printed with an up-to-date aerial photograph based on a U.S. address of your choosing. Your address will appear slightly off center so the clock hands won't obscure it. With remarkable detail, this bird's eye view of the landscape lets you identify buildings, houses, and other natural features. Shows an area of 1 1/2 miles east to west and 1 mile north to south. And thanks to crisp numerals and straight hands, you'll find that this modern clock is as functional as it is personal.
Comes ready to hang, or use our forged-steel easel (sold separately) to display the clock as a desk accessory.
Please note: Personalized items cannot be returned unless damaged or defective. Please check your order carefully; once placed, your order for this item cannot be canceled. U.S. postal addresses only. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery to the continental U.S.


Made in the United Kingdom. One AA battery, included. 12"W x 14 1/2"H.


Which mapping base is used? We use the latest aerial imagery from Digital Globe Inc.

How old is the mapping? The majority of the aerial imagery we use was taken on flights by Digital Globe between 2011 and 2012. Digital Globe updates their datasets on a daily basis as they continue to re-fly over areas. We have a live link into their database to ensure that we always access the latest available imagery.

How much area will my clock cover? The assembled set of coasters always covers one-and-one-half miles east to west and one mile north to south.

My clock imagery appears slightly dark, why is this? It is the policy of Digital Globe to fly on clear days, but there may be times when this hasn't occurred, or when cloud formation makes the image less bright. In more rural areas, the image could have a large amount of tree coverage, although Digital Globe does try to fly in autumn and winter when leaves are off the trees.

Why is my clock not centered correctly? On our clocks, we place your chosen address a bit off center so that the clock hands don't cover it. We have invested in the latest geocoding technology to help us center your image on a full street address and zip code. This information is derived from the USPS delivery point for each address; on rare occasions, if this point is not adjacent to your house (for example if the USPS delivery point is at the end of a very long driveway or at a P.O. Box) it is possible that your location may be further off center. If this happens, all we need is be the latitude and longitude to re-create your coasters to that exact location.