Tocky Runaway Alarm Clock with MP3 - Orange
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- Jumps from your nightstand
- Rolls around room randomly
- Record wake-up messages with built-in microphone
- Upload favorite MP3 tracks using USB cable provided
- Can snooze once or disable snooze
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The Tocky touch alarm clock plays mp3s or recorded voice as it rolls away to get you out of bed.
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Basically, seems to break very easily. Even when working the rolling feature isn't worth it. Complicated to set up and annoying to replace batteries (you have to pull the skin off to do it and then carefully put it back on).
Do not recommend.
The battery runs out too quickly for my taste. The design is bad because a screw driver is needed to open the battery compartment - are you guys at Nanda serious?
The productive rubber cover has torn whilst trying to remove it to replace the worn battery. Now this alarm clock will most likely fall and crack open when set to roll.
Nanda has good ideas but I don't think they are tested in practicality and day-day usage. Will not buy it again.
It looks exactly like in the picture and it's pretty easy to set it up!
I have had to replace the batteries twice already, in about two months. The batteries are very hard to get to, as you have to remove the skin (which is murder to get back on correctly) and then find a screwdriver, because you'll need one to get the battery cover off.
The music amount that they say you can load onto it is misleading, because you can *load* hours of music but only 9 slots are available on the interface, so you can only play 9 songs - the other songs cannot be accessed.
The interface is glitchy & difficult - one push button (which can be very difficult to push) that scrolls thru every single option (there are 8 in all, requiring 10 button pushes). Every time I just want to change the song # or change the alarm time, I have to go thru every...single...option. It gets very tedious. The touch wheel will be under-responsive, then it suddenly jumps ahead 10+ numbers with no warning, even after I take my finger off the touch sensor.
The system gives you one snooze only, and you can choose how many minutes it will snooze, from 1-9 minutes. Why anyone would snooze for 1 minute is beyond me. After that, there is no snooze, only off (which requires that you catch it first, that is the fun part). This is not too bad, but I would prefer to have the option of having two snoozes.
The worst of all is that once the alarm has run away, it times out and turns itself off after about 10 min, which really defeats the purpose of having a clock that runs away. A couple of times I have almost gone back to sleep after it turned off! They don't seem to realize, it takes some people longer to wake up, and those are probably the people would be buying this clock!
They have a great start, but they made some very poor choices in the design and interface. And this is the second generation of this very expensive alarm clock. I expected a much better product.