Black retro alarm clock is rated
3.2 out of
Rated 2 out of
looks good but expensive on the batteriesGood functions and the alarm is continuous until you turn it off. But the 4 batteries required constantly need changing, even top quality ones.
Date published: 2014-12-16
Rated 1 out of
Good looking clock but poor qualityI've now owned two of these clocks. I think they look great, but they are not of brilliant quality. Both clocks gained time. Neither clock lasted very long. The first packed up after 9 months or so. Debenhams were happy to replace the clock with another, which has just broken, two years or so later.
Date published: 2014-01-19
Rated 5 out of
FantasticMy 2 daughters and husband have one of these alarm clocks. Very easy to set and change time now going to buy one for my 9 year old son.
Date published: 2012-11-26
Rated 3 out of
MehWe wanted a simple black alarm clock for the bedroom and chose this.
The rubber is hard to clean as dust seems to stick to it. The alarm is fine but if you want to look at the time in the night the light/snooze button clicks very loudly.
The light is red so whilst a little 'naff' its not too bright if you press it in the night.
It's fine but I wouldn't buy it again given the chance.
Date published: 2011-11-06
Rated 5 out of
Fantastic neat little clockBought this for my 9 year old son, who wanted to be able to get him self up in the mornings. Soft touch rubber outer. Very easy to programme. Beeping alarm that gets louder and faster. Very neat, trendy and simple!! Am going to buy one for my daughter too.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Legislation
From 1st July 2007, all retailers of electrical goods must comply with the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) legislation.
This is a scheme to prevent all such waste being disposed of in general landfill sites and to promote recycling of components and materials. The legislation aims to minimise the impact of electrical and electronic equipment on the environment by creating products with recycling in mind and encouraging reuse, recycling, and recovery of WEEE.
How do I know what product is "WEEE"? The definition of a WEEE product is one whose primary function is dependent on electrical currents to carry out the main function, e.g. a toaster. However, some product, such as a child’s soft toy with an electric circuit, is not classed as WEEE as its primary function is a toy. For further details on product definitions, please click here.
You may also take the item(s) to your local authority Civic Amenity Site if this is more convenient.