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Bandana, beard and beads!

Just because two things are really popular, it doesn’t necessarily mean they should work together. Look what happened with Liam and Noel. Thankfully LEGO and Pirates of the Caribbean go together like a peg leg and a parrot. So why not celebrate this strange union with the Jack Sparrow LEGO Minifigure Alarm Clock.

Dressed like everyone’s favourite morally-challenged scruffbag, this handy LCD alarm clock will stand guard on your bedside (or desk) and tell you the time, day or night. Simply activate the backlight and snooze function by pressing down on his dreadlocked head. You can even move his arms and legs.

Ideal for lazy toerags or anyone who’s ever dreamt of life aboard a pirate ship; the Jack Sparrow LEGO Minifigure Alarm Clock will make sure you always make it there on time. Even if you don’t know where “there” is yet.

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Product info

close up

Bandana, beard and beads!

Just because two things are really popular, it doesn’t necessarily mean they should work together. Look what happened with Liam and Noel. Thankfully LEGO and Pirates of the Caribbean go together like a peg leg and a parrot. So why not celebrate this strange union with the Jack Sparrow LEGO Minifigure Alarm Clock.

Dressed like everyone’s favourite morally-challenged scruffbag, this handy LCD alarm clock will stand guard on your bedside (or desk) and tell you the time, day or night. Simply activate the backlight and snooze function by pressing down on his dreadlocked head. You can even move his arms and legs.

Ideal for lazy toerags or anyone who’s ever dreamt of life aboard a pirate ship; the Jack Sparrow LEGO Minifigure Alarm Clock will make sure you always make it there on time. Even if you don’t know where “there” is yet.