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Radio Controlled Precision LCD Alarm Clock + 2 Year Warranty - £7.49 + Free C&C @ Argos
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Radio Controlled Precision LCD Alarm Clock + 2 Year Warranty - £7.49 + Free C&C @ Argos

£7.49£9.9925%Argos Deals
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Posted 2nd OctEdited by:"apur32"

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Same price on Amazonif you prefer. Thnak you @phillyboy

The Precision compact LED alarm clock has a clear LCD display featuring time, day, month and temperature. There is a large accessible snooze and light button at the top of clock next to the alarm on and off button. A smart looking gadget, the clock also automatically updates to UK standard time via radio signal. * Design may vary.

  • Height 7.8, Width 7.8, Depth 2.9cm.
  • LCD digital display display.
  • Beep alarm.
  • Snooze function.
  • Calendar.
  • Temperature display.
  • Thermometer.
  • Radio controlled time.
  • Automatic time update.
  • Autoset.
  • Batteries required 2 x AAA (not included).
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 5018479081593.
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Same price at Amazon if you prefer
Anyone know the quality on these?
Bought two from Argos at £9.99 a month ago, one for the mrs and one for my son for uni - both very happy, display clear in low light even without using the light. Compact size, just what we wanted. Would definitely buy again.
phillyboy02/10/2019 15:53

Same price at Amazon if you prefer


Added to the description Argos deal is good for non prime members and also if Argos is nearby
Edited by: "apur32" 2nd Oct
ThickSausage02/10/2019 17:07

Anyone know the quality on these?


Had one for two years bought at £9.99 for our eldest daughter she uses it as alarm clock or to check the time.

Good Points: Keeps time really accurately none of this changing the time malarky. Batteries seem to last forever and it's handy on holidays due to it's compact size.

Bad Points: None really.... just one nitpick from our eldest.. No brightness control on LCD back light so bit bright to look at when half asleep! (unless someone has the manual and knows better)
I bought one few days ago otherwise probably would have gone for this.
One I got isn't radio controlled and is bit ugly from the side. It's big chunky. Otherwise it's fairly decent clock and battery for light is separate too which is good. At £3.99 it's worth it still. Cheaper alternative if you after an alarm clock which works and not too bothered about looks.

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Edited by: "umar88" 2nd Oct
sjr1974uk02/10/2019 18:13

Had one for two years bought at £9.99 for our eldest daughter she uses it …Had one for two years bought at £9.99 for our eldest daughter she uses it as alarm clock or to check the time. Good Points: Keeps time really accurately none of this changing the time malarky. Batteries seem to last forever and it's handy on holidays due to it's compact size. Bad Points: None really.... just one nitpick from our eldest.. No brightness control on LCD back light so bit bright to look at when half asleep! (unless someone has the manual and knows better)


Damn it! I'm trying to find one that's dimmable at a reasonable cost, the hunt continues!
@gmd@sjr1974uk

Just want to make sure I have understood correctly that the time is visible in the dark.

i.e. there is no need to press the backlight button.
I would pay double for this if that will have mains(eg. USB) connection and "light stay on" function.
HappyShopper02/10/2019 20:43

@gmd @sjr1974uk Just want to make sure I have understood correctly that …@gmd @sjr1974uk Just want to make sure I have understood correctly that the time is visible in the dark.i.e. there is no need to press the backlight button.


She's asleep at the moment but pretty sure you have to press the back light button to see the time in the dark. Best to go for a wired clock if you want one that is always on.
sjr1974uk02/10/2019 21:35

She's asleep at the moment but pretty sure you have to press the back …She's asleep at the moment but pretty sure you have to press the back light button to see the time in the dark. Best to go for a wired clock if you want one that is always on.


Appreciate you confirming - the search continues...
I've been looking at this for a while. I think I'll bite now. Good price.

Typical HUKD curse. I need one, I'm going to buy two. Why????? I really don't know!!
Edited by: "speedy2019" 2nd Oct
speedy201902/10/2019 23:33

I've been looking at this for a while. I think I'll bite now. Good price. …I've been looking at this for a while. I think I'll bite now. Good price. Typical HUKD disease. I need one, I'm going to buy two. Why????? I really don't know!!


My cupboard is full of unwanted but valueable stuff bought at a great price. Thank you HUKD
Edited by: "apur32" 2nd Oct
apur3202/10/2019 23:40

My cupboard is full of unwanted but valueable stuff bought at a great …My cupboard is full of unwanted but valueable stuff bought at a great price. Thank you HUKD


I've just spent the last 15 minutes arguing with the other half. I want to buy 3 he won't let me.

I tried to explain, it's £2.50 cheaper, you need one, our daughter needs one, I need one. It's got two year guarantee but nope he's not budging
Edited by: "speedy2019" 2nd Oct
pinkmonkey02/10/2019 19:59

Damn it! I'm trying to find one that's dimmable at a reasonable cost, the …Damn it! I'm trying to find one that's dimmable at a reasonable cost, the hunt continues!


I have a dimmable Clock, but itisn’t radio controlled...

Dimmable Digital Alarm Clock
Edited by: "dooper" 3rd Oct
Does this one have weekday alarm ?
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