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Can speak the current date. Has built-in stopwatch. Has sliding volume control. Can announce time every hour. 4 daily alarms. Spoken instructions guide you through every setting and feature. Boasts the same features as Deluxe Talking Watch, including its crystal-clear female voice. Attractively designed with a huge 3" digital display screen and stylish TV shape. Equipped with a foam pad on the bottom for stability. Takes 2 AAA batteries (not included).
Our deluxe talking clock could also be called a four-alarm clock. It boasts all the same features as our deluxe talking watches ... and more! This clock's stylish TV shape lends itself beautifully to any handy spot you might find for it. It even has the same voice you've come to know and like.
Behind the large, raised talk button are three smaller buttons, which you can use to control the stopwatch, set the time, and find out what day it is. A handy switch next to these buttons lets you turn off all the alarms, for use on laid-back Sundays or during vacation. Another brand-new feature is a sliding volume switch on the right of the unit, which makes it easy to hear the clock in a crowded kitchen ... or over a blaring television! Attractively designed with a huge three-inch display screen, and equipped with a foam pad on the bottom to keep the clock from sliding around, this terrific little clock is easy to use ... but hard to do without! Takes 2 AAA batteries, not included.
Measures about 4-1/4 in. by 1-1/2 in. by 3 in.
Package Weight: about 5.3 ounces.
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