Bresser Wall Clock, Stainless-Steel, Black, 25 x ...

Product Features Radio controlled clock with thermo- and hygrometer Time setting via MSF time signal for UK Indoor temperature (°C/°F), Relative humidity (%) Wall clock size: 250 x 46 mm, weight: 636 g Scope of delivery: wall clock, manual Related

Product Features

  • Radio controlled with thermo- and hygrometer
  • Time setting via MSF time signal for UK
  • temperature (°C/°F), Relative humidity (%)
  • clock size: 250 x 46 mm, weight: 636 g
  • Scope of delivery: wall clock, manual

Comments

SookSook says:

Attractive, well built, silent and always accurate! Length:: 0:15 Mins ___________Purchased this as a replacement for our kitchen clock. Received as described with correct and accurate measurements.The Good:——————-• Good quality clock and nice construction – it’s lightweight but certainly doesn’t feel like a cheap product.• Being a radio time (MSF) signal clock, it will constantly self correct itself. No more worrying or having that uncertainty if the clock is slow or…

LJC says:

Great clock, really happy with purchase Excellent clock, easy to set up and looks great. I would suggest you read the instruction manual before doing anything just to get an understanding for the way it works as it answers a couple of questions. For instance, it takes about 10 minutes for the clock to calibrate itself and show the correct time. There’s also a pin you need to remove from the back before doing anything to it. Other than that, it’s really straight forward. Really happy with purchase.

Filey says:

Recommended. How they can sell these for £20 is incredible. Really well made. When I first tried to set it up, mine wouldn’t detect the radio signal for some reason, so I set it manually as accurately as I could. After a short while the second hand stopped at 12, then a few minutes later started moving again. I assumed it had detected the radio signal and synchronised with it. Looking online, apparently, the radio signal is not broadcast continuously, so that’s why the clock probably didn’t detect it when…

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