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Pearl Salubrion Enso Clock Meditation Zen Timer

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Price: $99.00 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Includes carrying pouch and two AAA batteries
  • Display lights with the press of a button
  • Low-battery symbol on clock face will tell you when to replace the batteries
  • Four sound choices
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003ZHIGK6
  • Item model number: EC-101-P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,879 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Pearl Enso Meditation Clock & Timer

A thoughtful gift for people with a meditation or yoga practice, the versatile Pearl Enso Clock can be programmed with up to 99 sequential timers. The countdown timer features a visual onscreen circle, and the alarm uses soothing chimes of Tibetan singing bowls. 3¾" diameter; 0.8" thick.

Enso Clock Features:

  • Includes carrying pouch and two AAA batteries
  • Display lights with the press of a button
  • Low-battery symbol on clock face will tell you
  • when to replace the batteries
  • Four sound choices
  • Countdown timing, interval timing, and alarm

Enso, which means circle in Japanese, symbolizes enlightenment, elegance, and the universe. Traditionally, the enso is painted with a single clockwise brushstroke, beginning and ending at the bottom. The central display feature of the Enso Clock is the painted circle that surrounds the screen and is gradually brushed onscreen as the timer progresses. This way, the user can glance at the Enso and see the relative amount of time that has elapsed, eliminating the distraction of focusing on the exact numerical time that remains.

Countdown Timing

The Enso Clock can be used as a simple countdown timer to time your meditation, yoga, Reiki, or therapy sessions. Simply press the Timer button, set the amount of time in Hours, Minutes, and Seconds, and press the Green Start button. The circle begins to paint indicating how much of the entire time has passed. The Enso gongs at the end of the session and the display softly lights up.



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Love the peacful gong and that you can control the volume/sound.
Traveler
The timer mode also has lots of options including one setting where intervals of various durations can be preset to use for meditation or yoga.
Jo Taylor
The sound quality is great, the sounds are good and the timer works really well.
P. Judge

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By J. Morris on October 25, 2010
I just received this in the mail a few days ago, but already it has become my favorite timer. You have the ability to set 3 different types of interval timers. I use the first for a full session, second for an abbreviated session, and the third for a basic 5-minute interval timer.

There are 5 alarm tones available, and the bell tones are all gorgeous and very high quality. I was surprised that such a tiny speaker in the back could produce such a realistic tone. Also, the volume setting can be set anywhere from barely audible (perfect for my meditation work) to a tone loud enough to be easily heard in a group setting. From quietest to loudest, the tones are just as clear and without distortion.

Salubrion has listened to its Enso v.1 customers and put tactile indicators on a few of its buttons. The backlight button has a raised bump in the middle, the snooze has a raised ridge, and the alarm on/off has a small raised bump.

One thing I would like (as did owners of the previous version of the Enso) is a constant-on backlight option. According to the manufacturer, this is not an option due to limited power availability in the AAA batteries. I understand that a backlight will drain the batteries more quickly, but let ME decide that. Surely a single LED backlight bulb would be effective enough to see my timer in the dark without putting a strain on battery life.

My Cons List

For unknown reasons, one of the 5 available alarm tones is a traditional beeping alarm. Isn't this why people by the Enso, to get away from a traditional alarm? It seems counterproductive to the whole spirit of this company. Weird.

I don't QUITE like this as an alarm clock.
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82 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan J. Zap on December 7, 2010
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Here's the good news: The sound quality is quite good for its size. Almost everything else is bad news. The price is almost insultingly high. When you see the poor build quality and the fact that they use adjectives like "champagne" to describe the cheap plastic finish you catch on that this is purposefully over-priced to target a well-heeled yuppie/yoga market. I actually called them to ask what justified the price and was told about the audio quality and the extreme difficulty of getting something that did everything it could do into such a small package. That would be a great answer if this was 1960, but we live in the era of miniaturized electronics. My cell phone is half the size of this clock, can produce as good or better a gong sound and has like 20,000 more functions then this silly timer. It immediately becomes obvious how this could have been made better if they had spent a few more dollars on it. As others have pointed out it, it is almost designed to tip over. Why not a bit of silicon on the bottom to make it more stable? Yeah it back lights if you press a button, but then you can't see any of the other buttons---why no have them backlight when the face backlights? Mine also arrived defective. In the T1 timing zone when set for hours and minutes it would only record minutes and seconds---probably many other copies will also have this defect. It does come with a nice travel case and if it were $24.99 it might be worth it. If you want to wake up to a gong or have a gong timer you will probably be better off with the Now and Zen timepiece. I have no connection to that company and their product has some flaws as well.Read more ›
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By David Regenspan on October 13, 2010
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I use this timer for my personal or group Zen meditation. It is adequate for the task. However, at just shy of $100 I might expect a bit more. Pluses: Nice sounds with good volume control, chosen ring sounds twice at end of last interval, attractive "enso" brush stroke circle that is less intrusive than a clock face, three programmable time setting buttons, carrying case, generally light weight and easy to take with you, seems sturdy. Minuses: Programming requires somewhat of a learning curve, sounds only at end of an interval, only one kind of sound permitted at a time. The latter two points mean, for example, that you can not begin with a get ready clapper sound such as zendos use, followed by a bell or ringing bowl to begin actual meditation. Minor point--on timer, to get rid of stopwatch numbers and have only the circle you need to press an extra button once the timer gets going rather than before the timing begins.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By MysticJaguar VINE VOICE on May 13, 2012
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Just gave one as a gift on Mothers Day. The item has a lot of features. We noticed after a few minutes that the rightmost LED is no longer lighting up on the bottom. It does not matter if you change the batteries. This one is going back to Amazon on a return for refund (system will not let us return with replacement and we just found out why, read on). Yep, a few days ago I bought one of these for $79.00. Now it's up to $99 on Amazon. $20 rise in a few days? Guys, your pricing is going in the WRONG direction. Will definitely not pay $100 for this. Even at $79 this thing is overpriced by 2x3 times. Get an app for your iPad or iPhone or other device instead. The days of high prices for 'speciality' lifestyle electronics like this are over. Now & Zen is also feeling it, their stuff didn't work very well either.
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