- Advertencia: No apto para niños menores de 36 meses
Reloj 'Reloj de arena' Dimensiones: 12 cm 16,5 diseñador: David Dear
- Línea roja muestra la hora actual
- Minutos horas de en la parte superior y en la parte inferior
- Diseñado por David Dear
- Requiere 1 batería AA (no incluidas)
- Medidas 12 cm de diámetro por 16,5 cm de altura.
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Este horlge en formato de reloj de arena es increíble: Un cono muestra las horas, un minuto este reloj preguntar a Won 't let nadie mármol por lo que este objeto original es intrigante. Peso: 0.441 Kg Tamaño: 12 * 16,5 cm diseñador: David Dear
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I bought one of these several years ago and it worked perfectly until it was accidentally knocked off its shelf and damaged beyond repair. I looked for a replacement for many months and was about to give up before I found this source. It appears identical to my old one. Like the old one it keeps perfect time.
Workmanship is typical Chinese plastic. In a very quiet room, if you stand within a couple of feet, you can hear a faint clatter of plastic gears. It's not a silent LCD but it's not noisy.
It's designed to sit on a shelf. There doesn't seem to be any way to hang it from a wall.
It's heavier than it looks, and feels pretty solid. I find it easy to read, and kind of a neat way of quantifying the day.
I give four stars because initially the 'second wheel' which actually drives the whole clock, was loosened during shipping. If you put in the battery and the wheel doesn't turn or the clock stops after a couple hours, you just have to open it up and tap the second wheel on the top down a bit to get it seated.
To open it up, turn the top metal cover. This will press in the plastic clips that hold it on. Around 45 degrees is sufficient; you'll feel it loosen. Work it a little as you pull upwards. You can now adjust the minute cone if you wish, and lightly press down the wheel.
To replace the top, align the clips with their holes. Seat one side down and the top will be at an angle. Press in the opposite clip gently with a screwdriver or some other object so you don't pinch yourself, and simultaneously press the lid back down. It should seat tightly once again.
I didn't have the problems setting up the clock that some other reviewers here describe.
I just inserted a single AA battery in the base, adjusted the time using the setting knob down there, and I was in business.
A rotating dial peaking through a window on the top of the clock shows the seconds ticking away, while minutes are indicated above hours by the red line down the side.
The top and the bottom of the clock are metal, while the clear surfaces are plastic.
A clever and handsome design that keeps good time -- what's not to like?
It does click when the numbers flip so not for a bedroom.
So it works OK and looks not so OK. Can't say you shouldn't get it, but can't say you should be paying this much for something that looks like it should cost half as much.