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Echo accessories 25% off - Echo Wall Clock £22.49
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Echo accessories 25% off - Echo Wall Clock £22.49

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Posted 21st May
I have never seen these before so cannot comment on how useful it is other then using it to tell the time!

But 25% off other Kindle, Fire and Echo accessories with code - SPRINGSALE25


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That is pretty cool, 25.4cm diameter is a bit small though
i have one, i didn't know they sold them over here. i've never used it for any of the smart uses yet so it's just a clock that replaced the slightly bigger clock i had that had no problems. it has lights around it (like minutes) that can light up for stuff

the main downside is it goes through batteries a fair bit. 4 AA batteries. the cheapo poundland ones don't last much longer than a week or so, but the longer lasting ones maybe last a month or something. when you walk near it with a phone or something with bluetooth the light goes blue on it. i've got mine in the kitchen where there's one of the echo things that plugs into the wall (like a dot but smaller and mains powered instead of usb - hardly used apart to check it's still working)

the clock on the microwave and the timer on the microwave is all i need. i'd get the amazon alexa microwave if it was a combi oven byt my old one works fine
Not sure what the other review is about but my Echo wall clock lasts for months on batteries. The digits only illuminate when used as a timer linked to a local Echo device. I found it a useful addition in kitchen although not an essential. Good little item and 25% is useful
Always fancied one for multiple cooking times but not at full price, will give it a go at this price, cheers OP.
Quite fancy 1 of these for the kitchen but the alexa I have in the kitchen is built into a non amazon device although has Bluetooth so not sure will work, the device does show on the alexa app as an alexa device, all timers etc work
Edited by: "matengawhat" 21st May
uni21/05/2020 11:38

i have one, i didn't know they sold them over here. i've never used it for …i have one, i didn't know they sold them over here. i've never used it for any of the smart uses yet so it's just a clock that replaced the slightly bigger clock i had that had no problems. it has lights around it (like minutes) that can light up for stuffthe main downside is it goes through batteries a fair bit. 4 AA batteries. the cheapo poundland ones don't last much longer than a week or so, but the longer lasting ones maybe last a month or something. when you walk near it with a phone or something with bluetooth the light goes blue on it. i've got mine in the kitchen where there's one of the echo things that plugs into the wall (like a dot but smaller and mains powered instead of usb - hardly used apart to check it's still working)the clock on the microwave and the timer on the microwave is all i need. i'd get the amazon alexa microwave if it was a combi oven byt my old one works fine


Think you've answered your own problem re battery life, you've not paired it to anything so it's constantly scanning.
b1g1an21/05/2020 12:32

Think you've answered your own problem re battery life, you've not paired …Think you've answered your own problem re battery life, you've not paired it to anything so it's constantly scanning.



it is paired to the echo in the kitchen which is about 3m away, otherwise it wouldn't set the time. maybe it's losing the pairing or something?
Must be something like that as it certainly shouldn't be responding to other devices in the vacinity, not like 3m is a long distance though, maybe fridge or microwave affecting it?
EXCELLENT HEAT! THANK YOU
b1g1an21/05/2020 12:46

Must be something like that as it certainly shouldn't be responding to …Must be something like that as it certainly shouldn't be responding to other devices in the vacinity, not like 3m is a long distance though, maybe fridge or microwave affecting it?



i doubt it, they aren't blocked. i noticed it didn't light up blue when i was just in with my iphone, so it's not flashing blue all the time. maybe it's when the battery is low. i didn't think of batter issues when i bought it. the old clock lasted ages on a single AA battery. it's not like the microwave is being used much either, like 10 mins max in the evening. maybe a couple of mins during the day if at home
uni21/05/2020 13:05

i doubt it, they aren't blocked. i noticed it didn't light up blue when i …i doubt it, they aren't blocked. i noticed it didn't light up blue when i was just in with my iphone, so it's not flashing blue all the time. maybe it's when the battery is low. i didn't think of batter issues when i bought it. the old clock lasted ages on a single AA battery. it's not like the microwave is being used much either, like 10 mins max in the evening. maybe a couple of mins during the day if at home


Strange
Love mine. We use it to set timers multiple times a day... and when it’s done our hue bulbs in the lounge flash
Them reviews tho
uni21/05/2020 13:05

i doubt it, they aren't blocked. i noticed it didn't light up blue when i …i doubt it, they aren't blocked. i noticed it didn't light up blue when i was just in with my iphone, so it's not flashing blue all the time. maybe it's when the battery is low. i didn't think of batter issues when i bought it. the old clock lasted ages on a single AA battery. it's not like the microwave is being used much either, like 10 mins max in the evening. maybe a couple of mins during the day if at home


You need to feed it part of your soul. It's clearly stated
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Typical, paid the full price on Monday!
Clock is great. Really handy seeing timers countdown
Decent price for this, use mine all the time as handy for multiple timers. Would be better if it had an audible alert built into the clock or even better if it had Alexa functionality with speaker and microphone. Also it does feel slightly cheap but looks ok when mounted on the wall and there is no plastic or glass cover so hands and face are exposed.
Got mine this morning and so far very impressed. If you open the box with the expectation of a £5 clock with £17.50 worth of smart features you won't be disappointed.
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