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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Seiko "Timothy" silver, white face, black numbers This clock is called "Timothy" ... good to know if you're searching for this clock. I bought this clock to replace a previous Seiko clock that after 30 years, gave up. I can only hope this one will last so long (since it's made in China instead of Japan). The version I bought is the silver colored body, white face, black hands. I bought it specifically so I could see it from across the room, including into the next room. The face is lit at night. There's a photoelectric cell which turns the face light on when it's dark, and off when it's light--saving battery life. The switch for the automatic face light is labeled "off" and "on." It should be labeled "off" and "automatic." The clock fits my needs perfectly.
Date published: 2015-02-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Did not meet my needs as having bright glow I wanted a clock that would glow bright enough to see some 11 feet away. - I didn't intend to use for the alarm - And that I could read w o my glasses at nite. Which I could not. - the light is bright of course if you press the snooze This clock tilts up - so- it is meant to be right by your bedside- or standing to be read. There is also a shadow that is cast around the dial because of the thick outside. It is cute- very 'cute' - it is also very small- like I said- intended for your nightstand use.
Date published: 2016-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great small clock I was looking for a small clock that lit up at night. They are hard to find. This clock is perfect and has big numbers.
Date published: 2016-02-12
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