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Temperature Calendar LCD Digital Alarm Clock - White $3 + Free Shipping

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https://www.gamiss.com/clocks-114...uct692202/

Code: SPNEW09

Functions:

● Perpetual calendar/ week/ time/ blue backlit/ 12,24 hours time format
● Music alarm/ snooze
● Count down
● Digital temperature display (°F/°C)
● Birthday reminder
● Looped play 7 different musics
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Has Gamiss improved its reputation here, like Gearbest?
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Never heard of them.
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hard to read
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Looks good but use 4 bateries
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I took a chance (despite never hearing of Gamiss); ordered on 19Sep, arrived 03Oct (not bad FS from over there). Was attracted by the multi-functionality (time/alarm/date/day/timer-alarm/temp), the clean/understated style (as opposed to the typical chintzy** appearance), and of course the price.

Well, I'm pissed -- that I didn't buy 5 !! (don't know if the coupon (now expired) was limited)

Only (minor) quibble is readability at distance > 4ft (but desk, nightstand use is fine).
Does use 3 AAA batteries, but only needs 2 (3rd is dedicated to blue backlight).
Timer (countdown w/alarm) is max 23:59 (why not 99:59) ; no seconds resolution.
Set-up / UI is (surprisingly) well-implemented (I'm hardcore software from way back-- Gates used my system mid-70s Smilie)

** not a non-PC word; origin is Indian/Hindi -- chintz: thin, colorful fabric

-- ArtieChoke
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Last edited by ArtieChoke October 4, 2017 at 03:21 PM.
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