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The Gingko Flip Click Clock changes your normal way of using an alarm clock. When the Gingko logo shows on top it means the alarm is off, and when the engraved alarm icon shows on top it means the alarm is turned on. With a sound activated system, the clock display automatically disappears when it’s quiet but still moves perfectly accurately every second. It lights up again when you give a gentle touch, a cheerful clap, or a click of your fingers. To set the time and alarm, simply touch the fine laser engraved buttons. When the alarm goes off, gently ‘stroke’ any of the engraved buttons on the top to snooze, and to turn off the alarm you can easily flip it over and the numbers will be magically correct keeping the same time, and moving as accurately as before.
Product features: Alarm clock with sound activated or permanent display; touch control buttons; 12 or 24 hour display, powered by built in 2000 mAh rechargeable battery with USB charging cable included - Dimensions 4.25” x 2.75” x 1.42”.
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