Of course. The clock is designed to sit on a desk or flat surface but can be easily modified to hang on the wall. The power cable connects to the back of the clock by default. You will need to unscrew the power socket and move it to the bottom of the clock. This is a 5 minute job with basic hand tools and a zip tie.
You should expect to pay any amount charged by the government in your respective country. This includes, and is not limited to, duties, taxes and any extra fees charged by the courier company. We can not be held responsible for any extra charges once the original package has been shipped.
We've recently discovered a German utility model on word clocks and do not wish to "infringe" on the owner's intellectual property. A similar, but much more specific, patent exists in the USA but because our clock is sufficiently different we believe that it does not "infringe" on the patent.
Thank you for your understanding.
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