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wanted mains powered childs night and day clock/kidsleep bunny clock

onlyme23 Avatar
5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months agoFeedback:140 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
hi im looking for one of those clocks where the image changes to teach the difference between sleeping time and awake time suitable for a little boy let me know what you have and how much thanks
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Brighton
onlyme23 Avatar
5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months agoFeedback:140 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Got one and they are rubbish,,eat batteries like owt.
can't see the time...only to the nearest hour
#2
DADOF7
Got one and they are rubbish,,eat batteries like owt.
can't see the time...only to the nearest hour


ah ok all the reviews i have read seem positive which one do you have so i can try and avoid!
#3
i agree with dadof7 they are rubbish the rabbit clocks with ears that pop up in the day and flop at night are good but not sure where to get them will have a look and let you know.
onlyme23
DADOF7
Got one and they are rubbish,,eat batteries like owt.can't see the time...only to the nearest hour
ah ok all the reviews i have read seem positive which one do you have so i can try and avoid!
#4
We bought a very cheap plain wall clock from argos when our little one was about 2, took off the minute and second hand and coloured the section that was 'time to get up' purple as it was her favourite colour at the time! Cost about 2.99 and a bit of effort to make it, but it worked - we coloured the section between 7 and 8.30 as she'd taken to getting up as soon as it started to get light! Never replaced the battery before it became redundant because she could use a normal clock.
#5
its the night garden one.
#6
hiya i have one that i'm selling, it;s the sleeping bunny clock with the ears, it's fab!! It's in excellent condition, only a few months old and comes boxed. It's £10 delivered:)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/for-sale-trade/red-sleepy-time-bunny-alarm-clock-e/821158
#7
I have the toy story one, they are rubbish too, kids use it as a toy and torch!
#8
We have just bought a clock from home bargains for £8.99 and well worth the money as my son dosen't get up now till the light on the clock goes out so stays in bed an extra hour so worth buying one.
#9
mamajama
hiya i have one that i'm selling, it;s the sleeping bunny clock with the ears, it's fab!! It's in excellent condition, only a few months old and comes boxed. It's £10 delivered:)


http://www.hotukdeals.com/for-sale-trade/red-sleepy-time-bunny-alarm-clock-e/821158


thanks but have decided against that one as to many part for my littleone to snap off!
#10
hiya i have one that i'm selling, it;s the sleeping bunny clock with the ears, it's fab!! It's in excellent condition, only a few months old and comes boxed. It's £10 delivered:)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/for-sale-trade/red-sleepy-time-bunny-alarm-clock-e/821158

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