Friday, January 22, 2016

Go Retro in 2016 with an American Icon, the Kit-Cat Clock!

**Complimentary products received in exchange for our honest review.  All opinions are ours and ours alone**

Kit-Cat Clocks have been around for over 80 years, becoming an indelible part of American history with their happy and catchy look. The folks at Kit-Cat are dedicated to keeping this part of Americana alive by keeping the same look that’s survived since the 1950s.

Kit-Cat Clock’s iconic swinging tail, rolling eyes and contagious smile has inspired joy in America since 1932. Kit-Cat Clocks have been American made since their inception, and they intend to keep it that way. 

The company offers quality-made clocks in a rainbow of colors that are sure to add a bit of nostalgia and style to any room! 

We got to try out the Classic Black Kit-Cat clock:

He’s simply the Original. Classic Black Kit-Cat has been bringing time to life for over 80 years. His iconic design hasn’t changed since a bow tie was added in the 50s. His timeless character and durable craftsmanship is sure to earn a place on your family’s walls for generations to come. The Classic Black Kit-Cat clock is our #1 selling clock and is made in America! This clock has a rich history and timeless smile that we hope will continue to be built right here in the USA!
This is the clock that started it all!

All it takes is 2 "C" batteries to bring this cool cat to life.  His is absolutely adorable and we have gotten so many great compliments on him since he adorned our wall!  Kit-Cat clocks make great gifts for any occasion and really liven up the decor of any room.

Check out all of the great Kit-Cat clocks at and follow on Facebook for all of the latest Kit-Cat news:

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