Sharp SPC800 Quartz Analog Twin Bell Alarm Clock (Silver)
- Quartz analog twin bell alarm Clock
- Button for backlight
- Luminous glow in the dark hands
- Luminous dial
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Sharp Quartz Analog twin bell alarm Clock, Easy to read dial, backlight, luminous glow-in-the-dark hands, luminous dial. Metal case and bells. 1 year limited warranty
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I set this thing for 5am, and I swear, I was up and trying to make it stop within 30 seconds, afraid it would wake the entire house. Plus, you can't hit it or push a button to make it stop, you have to find a tiny little black switch on the back.
The only drawback is that you since it's a traditional manual alarm clock, you have to remember to set it each night, so I now have a reminder alarm on my phone so I can remember to set my alarm.
The only problem with this alarm clock for me is that it does tick very loud. Some nights it will bother me, but for the most part I'm used to it and don't notice it. When it turns on, the ringing is really loud and usually wakes up the whole house so if you have a migraine or something similar you can put it in another room and I think it'll still be able to wake you up and you won't have the ticking torture you. It's also battery operated which is a plus for me but might be a negative for someone else. I always hated worrying if my alarm was going to be knocked out by a one second long power outage because I love sleeping through storms. So I love that it's battery powered. All you have to do is write down on your calendar when to change the batteries and you're golden.