Ihome Dual Charge Bluetooth NFC Stereo Alarm Clock with 2600 mAh powerbank £29.95 @ Iwoot
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Ihome Dual Charge Bluetooth NFC Stereo Alarm Clock with 2600 mAh powerbank £29.95 @ Iwoot

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Found 13th Jun 2017
Liking this! Nope, it's not DAB but it is a Bluetooth alarm clock speaker and comes with a 2600mAh power bank to take with you in the morning, should you need it. Also it's NFC which will save some messing about. Touch screen buttons on top as well as an AUX input and a backup feature in case there's a power cut, you'll still get your alarm. Obviously you can always use your phone for an alarm too, but hey.

There's a USB socket on the side for charging your phone, which is always a Bully Bonus. All in all for what you get, it's pretty good and handy. Around £40 - £70 elsewhere.

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The world's first Bluetooth stereo alarm clock radio featuring K-CELL removable power cells - allowing you to wake up recharged and eject the battery for power during your day. Kineta gives you the energy to keep moving wherever life takes you. NFC (Near Field Communication) Technology, Instantly connects via touch compatible device to your iHome unit for a quick and easy Bluetooth connection.

Features:

  • Bluetooth
  • Near Field Communication (NFC)
  • Sleep Mode
  • Dual Alarm
  • Battery Status Indicator
  • Touchscreen
  • Magnetic Shielded Speaker
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Nope ... I still don't see the point of this item !
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Thank you.
I have this, works really well. Very impressed with sound. The touch buttons are not that great as you have no notches to tell you what you have pressed in the dark, but good all round alarm clock.
I just don't get why manufacturers put blue or white lights on clocks designed to be used in the bedroom when it is dark. When the room is dark these types of digital clock light up the room and is very distracting if you are light sensitive who you are trying to sleep. I have an old alarm clock with orange coloured digits that do not light the room up.
Nope ... I still don't see the point of this item !
has anyone got one that could commemt on light brightness. is there a dimm function or even a clock off unless I press button option.
How loud is the alarm on this? Any way to check?
So, what's this NFC thing anyway? Is it something I need?
clairemoneysaver1 h, 17 m ago

I just don't get why manufacturers put blue or white lights on clocks …I just don't get why manufacturers put blue or white lights on clocks designed to be used in the bedroom when it is dark. When the room is dark these types of digital clock light up the room and is very distracting if you are light sensitive who you are trying to sleep. I have an old alarm clock with orange coloured digits that do not light the room up.



Totally agree but sadly stupid manufacturers think all led's and displays should be eye watering blue. Should be outlawed I reckon.
the_flamedeer_hunter1985



Hahahahahaha, LOVE IT!.

That's the HUKD effect for you ... loooool. ;-)
spannerzone

Totally agree but sadly stupid manufacturers think all led's and displays … Totally agree but sadly stupid manufacturers think all led's and displays should be eye watering blue. Should be outlawed I reckon.



A note to self for Manufacturers around the World out there to take HEED?!. :-(

As overbearing LED light's like that at the dead of night would annoy me somewhat too I reckon?, hmmmmmmm.
clairemoneysaver

I just don't get why manufacturers put blue or white lights on clocks … I just don't get why manufacturers put blue or white lights on clocks designed to be used in the bedroom when it is dark. When the room is dark these types of digital clock light up the room and is very distracting if you are light sensitive who you are trying to sleep. I have an old alarm clock with orange coloured digits that do not light the room up.



If you can find the parts laserprint an all black photo or presentation to a transparancy, you can then cut it down to size and either put it inside or tape over the display to create a darkening filter for such bright displays.

amour3k

A note to self for Manufacturers around the World out there to take … A note to self for Manufacturers around the World out there to take HEED?!. :-(As overbearing LED light's like that at the dead of night would annoy me somewhat too I reckon?, hmmmmmmm.



We got one of those memory loss clocks for my mother but it lit her bedroom up at night so much that she would pull the power lead out. Totally defeated the idea of having the clock.

Local council have been replacing street lights with led ones and have had to get blackout curtains cos it's almost like daylight outside in the middle of the night...

Life doesn't have to be so bright....
RedRic

So, what's this NFC thing anyway? Is it something I need?



This is so that you can easily pair your phone with the device. Instead of messing around with bluetooth settings, you just tap your phone on the NFC pad and it will connect via bluetooth without any fuss.
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