Radio Controlled Alarm Clock - Buy 2 & Save £5
Nod off, knowing this clock will wake you on time, every time. Synchronising automatically with the UK atomic clock, this sleek radio-controlled timekeeper is accurate to the split second. So easy to set up, and never needs re-setting, leaping forward an hour in the spring and falling back again in the autumn. Smartlite™ all-night backlight technology illuminates according to room light levels for undisturbed sleep with easy night-time viewing, and a crescendo alarm wakes you gently from your slumbers with a snooze feature for drifting back off to sleep, if required. 12-hour display with day, date and indoor temperature. 3x AAA batteries (not included). H10.3 x W12.6 x D5.5cm.
In stock orders are normally delivered within 5 working days using a tracked courier service. We deliver to the UK. Regrettably we cannot deliver to the Channel Islands and the Republic of Ireland. Please note our Customer Services opening times are 9am - 5:30pm, Monday - Friday.
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By Anonymous , 31 Jan 2020
This clock has an elegant display, lots of useful information and a rather important defect for my intended use: the sound is very quiet. It is close beside me at the level of my head and I slept through it yesterday evening. I still got to my appointment with time to spare. I shall keep it because of all the things it will do well, but use one of the handsets from my Gigaset on its loudest setting to wake me up. I would recommend for someone who had similar requirements to mine, but not as an alarm clock.
"Good So Far But With A Trap To Avoid"
By Anonymous , 29 Jan 2020
The instructions,for which most people will need reading spectacles or a magnifying glass, tell you to put three A3 cells in the back. This looks possible, because there is a panel held in by four screws. These need a very small cross head driver, but don't bother, because the right panel is not at the back, but underneath. The panel is of a familiar sort that comes off easily, but on mine is difficult to replace because of one of the cells not being given enough depth. The trick on this one is to start with the cover at right angles to the bottom to make sure both side hooks are into their slots before you try to engage the catch at the other end. When I had manged this, i suspect I pressed one of the buttons inadvertently, because the radio scan didn't start. When I pressed the Wave 3 it took over a minute to find a signal, but eventually set the time and date right, agreeing impressively with my Coopers RC wall clock, a reliable product that is simpler to set up and operate.
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