Sempre bathroom radio controlled clock £3.99 @ Home bargains
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Sempre bathroom radio controlled clock £3.99 @ Home bargains

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Found 18th Nov 2014
QUIET CLOCK - TEMPERATURE DISPLAY - MOISTURE PROOF

DIGITAL CLOCK
FUNCTIONS:
FULLY AUTOMATIC TIME SETTING
AUTOMATIC CHANGER FROM DAYLIGHT SAVING / STANDARD TIME
TEMPERATURE DISPLAY IN DEGREES /CENTIGRADE
MOUNTING WITH 4 SUCTION CUPS, EYEBOLT OR PEDESTAL
WEEKDAYS IN 7 LANGUAGES ENGLISH,FRENCH,GERMAN,SPANISH,ITALIAN,DUTCH AND DANISH
INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED
REQUIRES 1 X LR6 /R6 / AA 1.5V BATTERY

ANALOGUE CLOCK TIME AND TEMP ONLY

4 different styles, to choose from.

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Original Poster

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the radio controlled analogue clocks are absolutely brilliant for under £4

Good find miss Jennypenny

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sowotsdis

the radio controlled analogue clocks are absolutely brilliant for under £4



Never have to change the time ever again. Just need to replace the batteries
I just put the battery in and waited for 2 mins and it had set the time itself.

Gonna have to keep an eye out for these, the only clock I have in the bathroom is my toothbrush and that's never the right time

Good find no doubt but why would you need a clock in the bathroom?

Good find op - thanks:)

That's a great bargain...radio controlled clocks are usually quite pricey.

Original Poster

lovenuts

Good find no doubt but why would you need a clock in the bathroom?



I brought mines for my livingroom, lol.

so we need a clock in the bathroom to time how long we spend brushing our teeth, having a shower, shave & most importantly, how long we spend doing "no 1" & "no 2" haaaahaaaaaa :-)

"I bought mines for my living room"
What you playing at you crazy fool? These could explode at any time...

They are Ex-Aldi, outdated stock, and do NOT carry the 3 year guarantee.

The packaging is Aldi.

Having said that I bought two, money well spent !

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lovenuts

Good find no doubt but why would you need a clock in the bathroom?



To tell the time

Great find. Home Bargains tomorrow it is, then. Ta!
Edited by: "sylv" 18th Nov 2014

presumably for the modern man , who spends time pampering

Will have a look next time I'm in need a new clock for the bathroom. thanks for posting.

lovenuts

Good find no doubt but why would you need a clock in the bathroom?

To let you know how long you've taken to take a dump

lovenuts

Good find no doubt but why would you need a clock in the bathroom?



To see if you beat you personal best...

Cold, capital letters annoy me.

especially you need week names in different languages in the bathroom

Thanks OP! But the link just brings me to the main page... and the search doesn't work

Does anyone know the dimensions of these clocks? won't bother if they're tiny. thanks!

Size please

beejan

Size please



The round ones are 17cm in diameter (or just under 7 inches in old money). The square ones are a similar size.

Great little clocks, I have one by my desk, it's easy to remove the windows suckers from the pack and hang it as a normal wall clock.

How do you buy this. home page search doesn't work!

Yea same, can't find online. Nearest store is 20 mins drive, and second nearest is over 20 miles. Not bothered to goose chase but heated anyway.

PS, will it only be useful in UK or worldwide? I mean will it adjust timezone automatically according to the location?

As noted by others, it is not available on home page. Pity as I would have bought bone

HotUKmcr

They are Ex-Aldi, outdated stock, and do NOT carry the 3 year … They are Ex-Aldi, outdated stock, and do NOT carry the 3 year guarantee.The packaging is Aldi.



Ex Aldi stock as above, Aldi logo on rear of box. Popped in the battery and away it went, correct time found pretty quickly. Sucker fixing to stick to mirrors/tiles, removable to allow it to be hung conventionally. Cheaper than a std clock never mind radio controlled so imo, good vfm

Nice spot OP

tidegu

Yea same, can't find online. Nearest store is 20 mins drive, and second … Yea same, can't find online. Nearest store is 20 mins drive, and second nearest is over 20 miles. Not bothered to goose chase but heated anyway.PS, will it only be useful in UK or worldwide? I mean will it adjust timezone automatically according to the location?



I think you'll find that Radio Controlled Clocks will only work in the US, UK, Europe and Japan.

poshaffi

so we need a clock in the bathroom to time how long we spend brushing our … so we need a clock in the bathroom to time how long we spend brushing our teeth, having a shower, shave & most importantly, how long we spend doing "no 1" & "no 2" haaaahaaaaaa :-)



Dont forget No. 3!!! oO

bargaindeals

I think you'll find that Radio Controlled Clocks will only work in the … I think you'll find that Radio Controlled Clocks will only work in the US, UK, Europe and Japan.



Isn't it actually receives GPS signal to adjust the time? I had a Japan clock which constantly gives me Japan time wherever I am. That's why I'm wondering if it will adjust time based on location...

THEY ARE ON ABOUT STOPPING PUTTING THE CLOCKS BACK THATS PROBABLY WHY THEY ARE SELLING THEM CHEAP LOLTHINK THIS WAS THE LAST TIME FOR DAYLIGHT SAVING.

Arbk66

Ex Aldi stock as above, Aldi logo on rear of box. Popped in the battery … Ex Aldi stock as above, Aldi logo on rear of box. Popped in the battery and away it went, correct time found pretty quickly. Sucker fixing to stick to mirrors/tiles, removable to allow it to be hung conventionally. Cheaper than a std clock never mind radio controlled so imo, good vfmNice spot OP



The suckers didn't work for me, large clean tiles in the Bathroom, not over any joints, lasted about 10 minutes before it fell off !!

And to remove the suckers, I had to cut them off with snips.

One in Kitchen on hook, one in Lounge on hook now.

Useful for seeing when to switch at exact time to watch TV programme.

HotUKmcr

The suckers didn't work for me, large clean tiles in the Bathroom, not … The suckers didn't work for me, large clean tiles in the Bathroom, not over any joints, lasted about 10 minutes before it fell off !!And to remove the suckers, I had to cut them off with snips.One in Kitchen on hook, one in Lounge on hook now.Useful for seeing when to switch at exact time to watch TV programme.



Lol, ah well mine is on tiles above the sink, its well past ten minutes and I've yet to hear a clatter from the upstairs loo, mind you its early doors. Did you go with the traditional spit and stick method I'll look out the stanley knife just incase, suckers on tiles usually ends in tears for me.

Ooh those little suckers.

strange

THEY ARE ON ABOUT STOPPING PUTTING THE CLOCKS BACK THATS PROBABLY WHY … THEY ARE ON ABOUT STOPPING PUTTING THE CLOCKS BACK THATS PROBABLY WHY THEY ARE SELLING THEM CHEAP LOLTHINK THIS WAS THE LAST TIME FOR DAYLIGHT SAVING.



Look at your keyboard, right in the middle of your left most column you will find a key says "Caps Lock", press it before typing!
Edited by: "tidegu" 19th Nov 2014

JamesClark1991

Cold, capital letters annoy me.


Yet you have used used three of them. YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY

What???????????????
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