Sign up for price alerts
You've been signed up for price alerts!
You're already signed up for this price alert.
Sorry, but we weren't able to sign you up.
Wake up to this retro styled petite clock that looks great on a bookcase, desk or bedside table. Large numbers are easy to read from a distance. If the power goes out, the alarm will still wake you up in the morning. Requires one C battery, not included. Imported. 5.5"H x 5.5"W x 2"D
- Beautiful But Not Functional Review by
- The looks of this clock lured me to purchase it in spite of bad reviews from others, in hopes that those cases were flukes. Sadly, my experience has likewise been bad; in the two years that I've owned it, this thing has never kept time accurately for me despite numerous fresh battery replacements. For this price, one would certainly expect it to serve its basic function of timekeeping. :-( (Posted on 12/17/14)
- disappointed Review by
- the looks I luv but it's never worked right.
I admit i haven't tried customer service.
costs more to repair than the sale price. (Posted on 6/19/12)
- Red Alarm Clock is defective Review by
- This is my second attempt to review this charming but possibly defective clock. My first arrived with an alarm switch that did not work. When the replacement arrived, I elected to keep the first clock also because it kept good time and the numerals were so easy to read. Now, the alarm system is barely audible in the second clock. This leads me to believe that the product line has a flaw and should be examined (Posted on 5/22/12)
- Faulty Alarm Review by
- This is a charming little clock that has decorative impact ie., color, size, wonderful size of arabic numerals. But, I believe the alarm system is defective, My first clock arrived with a broken turn-on knob. The replacement had a weak alarm from the start and now ,a few months after purchase, the sound is even weaker, If time and charm are the the primary needs I certainly recommend this clock. If being roused from a sound sleep is required, I suggest you look elsewhere. (Posted on 5/9/12)