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Bush USB FM Radio Alarm Clock - White £11.99 **Original Price £19.99 at Argos (Free C&C)
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Bush USB FM Radio Alarm Clock - White £11.99 **Original Price £19.99 at Argos (Free C&C)

£11.99£19.9940%Argos Deals
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Posted 21st Jul

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Built





for your bedside, this USB FM clock radio will have you up and out in





the mornings. With a large easy-to-read screen, perfect for when you've





just woken up and things are slightly blurry. You can also wake up to





your favourite radio stations thanks to the built-in FM radio. Includes





20 pre-set stations, ready for you to enjoy.

Product features:

  • No





    need to wait for your phone to charge up, simply plug it into the clock





    using the 2 USB ports available and charge overnight.
  • FM/AM tuner.
  • 20 preset stations - allows you to save your favourite radio stations in memory.
  • 0.5 watts RMS.
  • Dual alarm.
  • Wake up to alarm/radio.
  • Snooze function to delay alarm.
  • USB port for external connectivity.
General information:

  • Size H13, W10.8, D7cm.
  • Mains operated.
  • Batteries required 2 x AAA (not included).
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So not quite free then....
Hmm being woken up by a Bush in bed, just picturing that in my head
Get an echo dot. These things are 20th century
osrick21/07/2019 20:45

Get an echo dot. These things are 20th century


Not sure I want to invite Amazon into my bedroom to spy....tis private, what goes on in there....
Edited by: "JimmyFiveO" 21st Jul
JimmyFiveO21/07/2019 21:56

Not sure I want to invite Amazon into my bedroom to spy....tis private, …Not sure I want to invite Amazon into my bedroom to spy....tis private, what goes on in there....


Lucky you.
osrick21/07/2019 20:45

Get an echo dot. These things are 20th century


No display on echo dot, no USB charging...
Wonder what the power output is on the USB ports.
I suspect if you were to plug a tablet and a phone in, i dont think you would get a proper charge.

I once had a cheap 2 port car charger that couldnt supply current to 2 phones at the same time, so the charging indicator on the phones would flick on then off, due to current/voltage limitation.
118luke22/07/2019 14:38

Wonder what the power output is on the USB ports.I suspect if you were to …Wonder what the power output is on the USB ports.I suspect if you were to plug a tablet and a phone in, i dont think you would get a proper charge.I once had a cheap 2 port car charger that couldnt supply current to 2 phones at the same time, so the charging indicator on the phones would flick on then off, due to current/voltage limitation.


Dude it says on the photo. 1 of them is 5v 1amp and the other is 5v 2.1amp. So enough for most smart phones and tablets to slowly charge.

The low power ones are handy for charging Ps3 controllers, satnavs or mp3 players.
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