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- Requires 3 AAA batteries (NOT included)
- TARDIS-shaped clock projects the time on wall or ceiling
- Light flashes and TARDIS noises play when the alarm goes off
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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This amazing Doctor Who TARDIS Projection Alarm Clock for fans of the hit BBC show Doctor Who projects the time and the Doctor Who logo onto your ceiling via a projector hole situated on the back. When the alarm goes off, the light flashes and it makes TARDIS sounds! This is one awesome alarm clock that all Whovians should own! Requires 3x "AAA" batteries, not included. The Doctor Who TARDIS Projection Alarm Clock stands approximately 4 1/2-inches tall
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Bought it as a Christmas gift for my kids. Did my online shopping in November and had things sent to my inlaws address because my nosy kids like to inspect all amazon packages we get at home. It arrived quickly enough. When I went to pick up my packages that needed wrapping before Christmas I was surprised at how small the Tardis clock was! Especially for $22. I blamed myself for not double checking the measurements before buying, but honestly, I probably still would have bought it because my kids would love it anyways. And it was too close to Christmas to find a bigger better blue box.
Christmas comes, kids love it. Try to figure out how to put batteries in (annoying tiny screw type door. Why does everything with batteries use these screws now?), but which screw am I supposed to unscrew? We thought there were no instructions, but double checked the box and they were hidden between the box and another panel inside the box. I get the batteries in and push the button on top and yay! Tardis whooshing noise!
Then to set up the time and date using the nonsensical method in the instructions. There are only two buttons. So it's not like a regular digital alarm clock, and not like a digital watch either. It takes several tries but finally get it set, push the button and yay! Projection of time in blue digital readout on the ceiling!...sort of...smaller than I thought it should be. But kids still think it's cool. And the digital readout on the front is not lit, so you will have to push the button to see the time and likely set off the whooshing in the middle of the night since it's the same button.
Ug. Still have to set the alarm. Same confusing process. I set it for a few minutes from now to test it out. Yay! Whooshing noise! Kids are amused but I decide not to get rid of their hello kitty alarm clock just yet because I don't forsee this sound waking them up for school...and I don't want to try to reset the alarm time with the dumb instructions. So it will be a cute novelty piece on their shelf. That goes off at 10 ish every morning because I no longer want to figure out instructions to turn it off. At least it only goes off for a minute. Definitely does not get my sleepy head kids to wake up.
Less than 2 weeks later the projector piece just fell inside the clock. This shouldn't happen to a clock that sat on a shelf occasionally having a button pushed to see the time or make the noise as it was designed to do. I was going to try to fix it but found no way to open up the housing. Finally realized that I shouldn't have to keep and pay for such a poor product. Saw I was still in my return period, boxed it up (no original packaging, no problem), sent it back, and amazon refunded my money. Glad amazon returns are easy.
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