404-3828G Dax Square Wall Clock
404-3828G Right View
404-3828G Dax Square Wall Clock

404-3828G Dax Square Wall Clock, 10.63-inch

SKU: 404-3828G

Regular price$17.99

Designed and built to be a modern classic, the Dax Square Wall Clock is ideal for rec rooms, bedrooms, and more, it even pairs perfectly with most jukeboxes. At just over 10.5 inches across, the slimline case, glass lens, and midnight black dial make the 3D retro white numbers pop while keeping accurate time. You might say the Dax is hip because it’s square.



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  • 10.63-inch Square Frame
  • Modern Slimline Black Case
  • Midnight Black Dial
  • 3D Retro White Numbers
  • Premium White Metal Hands: Hour and Minute
  • Glass Lens
  • Accurate Quartz Movement
  • Designed for Indoor Use
  • Single Wall Hanging Hole
  • Easy-to-Use Time Set Wheel


    • Lifetime Access to U.S. Based Tech Support
    • Educational Wall Clock Setup Video
    • La Crosse Clock Co. 2-Year Limited Warranty
    • 30-Day Money Back Guarantee on LaCrosseTechnology.com Purchases


    Designed in La Crosse, WI


CLOCK SPECS (404-3828G)

  • Movement: Quartz – Step Motion
  • Lens Type: Glass
  • Construction: Plastic, Glass
  • Placement: Indoor
  • Mounting Type: Wall Mount
  • Numerals: Arabic (1-12)
  • Power Requirements: 1 “AA” Alkaline Battery (Not Included)
  • Battery Life: 7+ Months
  • Dimensions: 10.63 in L x 1.57 in W x 10.63 in H (27cm L x 4cm W x 27cm H )


La Crosse McCormick, LLC provides a 2-year limited warranty on this product against manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship. Under the Song-Beverly Act, in the state of California, the warranty on this item becomes effective on the date of delivery.  

Send $5.00 with the date and proof of purchase to the following address. Please include the product model number and your complete address and phone number.

La Crosse McCormick Warranty Department 2830 South 26th Street, La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601


In this video we explain what a clock movement is, go over what "Atomic Time" means, and then demonstrate how to set up and use any of our four main wall clock movements. Use this video to learn how to set up a basic decorative wall clock, or one that uses the WWVB Atomic Radio Signal coming from Fort Collins, CO.

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