Of course, you should never have to worry about sleeping in anyway, since this clock has that highly-effective beeping alarm, assuming you remember to turn it on, that is. Setting the time and alarm, as well as toggling the Hourly Report feature on and off, is a piece of cake, as the three jumbo-sized round setting buttons are located on the front of the clock, one to the left of the screen and two more to the right. On the underside of the unit is a sliding switch with three settings to control the voice: Off, Low, and High, just to give you ultimate control over when and how loudly your clock speaks. Yet another winning feature about this clock is its low, flat half-saucer shape, meaning it's absolutely impossible to knock it over - and it has rubber feet to help it stay in one place on your nightstand.
In case you hadn't gathered, this clock is one of our absolute favorites. Its rugged yet stylish design makes it ideal for the bedroom or hall table (and just about anywhere else in your home). And yet it's still packed with all those must-have features that any good talking clock should boast. (Oh yes, this beauty takes three AA batteries, which are not included.)
Package Weight: about 9.9 ounces.
Directions for the Easy Touch Talking Clock From Future Aids, The Braille Superstore.
(From the Talking Clocks shelf.)