Tech Tools Flying Alarm Clock
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- Digital alarm clock
- Flies around the room
- Easy to set
- Fun and practical for all ages
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If you have trouble getting up in the morning, you need the Flying Alarm Clock! It has a helicopter-style rotor on top… when it’s time to wake up, the alarm sounds and the rotor starts spinning. In seconds, the unit begins to fly around your room while the alarm continues to sound. To shut it off, you’ll have to get out of bed, find the unit and return it to the base. This clock is easy to set, and features a large LCD screen and a snooze button. Perfect for sleepy kids, college students and adults!
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What more can I say, the clock works, the alarm rings and the copter flys. This does what it advertises, it is a great product for the price. I am not sure how long it will last since it is a little cheaper construction.
Ok, Now for the Pros/Cons
It tells time, it has a clock back light
The Copter Flys
Its alarm is loud enough
The Price is good
It seems a little cheap
It might break
It doesn't come with a wall plug, you have to use batteries or buy a separate plug.
Overall for the price this is a great item.
- Of the two small watch-type batteries, one was leaking. Which I had to clean up for it to work.
- The Display was weak, fading in and out (probably due to the defective batteries running the clock).
- The propeller arrived bent and off balance
- The clock alarm did not work the first 4 times I tried it (it's not rocket science, and it inexplicably suddenly began to work)
- Sometime the spinner in the base decides to work, sometimes it doesn't.
- When the spinner does work, it's not strong enough to spin the propeller nearly fast enough to lift off (I'm using 4 brand new AA Duracells to power it).
- After a dozen tries, the best I could get it to do was spin the off-balance propeller enough to make it fall off the side of the clock.
- Also, despite having a wall-plug connection on the base, there was no plug that arrived with the item.
Conclusion - Returned (obviously)
Don't waste your time with this thing.