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Star Wars: R2-D2 Projection Alarm Clock £15.99 & Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Pocket Etch A Sketch £6.49 delivered @ Play
Star Wars: R2-D2 Projection Alarm Clock £15.99 & Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Pocket Etch A Sketch £6.49 delivered @ Play

Star Wars: R2-D2 Projection Alarm Clock £15.99 & Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Pocket Etch A Sketch £6.49 delivered @ Play

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Star Wars: R2-D2 Projection Alarm Clock - R2 D2 sounds & Light projection £15.99 delivered
Find-me-a-Gift price £21.00
Firbox price £24.99
Amazon price £18.99

Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Pocket Etch A Sketch was £12.99 now £6.49

3 Comments

This review might be worth considering.. The clock being small seems to be a prob. Some other good reviews also, but this one stood out :

First and foremost, do not buy this if you want something to tell the time.
The projection feature only works when the alarm sounds or when you hit the demo button on the body, it's not a constant. As such, you're left with a digital display smaller than most modern wrist watches, which is not backlit. In addition, and contrary to the misleading picture, even if you can get the dodgy projection focus right (at a distance of two feet at most), R2's head does not swivel, meaning he's left facing a wall. Hardly the optimum display angle.
The little bleeps are entertaining enough and the design is faithful, though there are better representations out there and the construction is unmistakably the lightest, cheapest plastic.
At £18 it's hard to recommend this. It's useless as a timepiece and only passable as a figurine. One for die-hard fans looking for novelty value only.

I can review this for you: ITS PANTS!

The one I got hardly projected anything. And the sound was terrible. And it is a waste of money. I returned mine.

Good price though so voting hot - but dont buy it if you want something good.

Good price but it is pants. As said the projection is small and whenyou activate it the bleeps go off or about thirty seconds. Which means whenever my little one tries to check the time in the middle of the night it wakes the whole bleedin house up
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