Echo Wall Clock helps you stay organised and be on time.
Easy-to-read analogue clock shows the time.
Digital 60-LED display shows one timer or multiple timers set through a paired Echo device.
Syncs time to a paired Echo device, including automatic adjustments for daylight saving time.
Requires a compatible Echo device, including Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Show, Echo Plus, Echo Spot, Echo Input or Echo Show 5.
Just say, "Alexa, set a 12-minute timer" and see it count down at a glance on Echo Wall Clock.
Simple to set up and use-just say, "Alexa, set up my Echo Wall Clock".
Echo Wall Clock is available for £29.99. To learn about Echo Wall Clock and can see a list of compatible devices, go to https://www.amazon.co.uk/echowallclock. You can also ask, "What can I do with my Echo Wall Clock?“
Pair Your Echo Wall Clock
Insert four AA batteries into your Echo Wall Clock.
On your compatible Echo device, say, "Set up my Echo Wall Clock."
To place Echo Wall Clock in pairing mode, press and hold the blue pairing button on the back of device for up to 10 seconds. The status LED on the front turns orange.
When the status LED turns blue, the device is successfully paired and the time sync begins.
The light pulses blue as your clock syncs with your compatible Echo device.
The hands start and stop several times during this process.
Once the time is set, the status LED turns off.
This can take up to 10 minutes to complete.
Install your clock with the mounting hardware included in the box.
Shame it's white and looks like any other cheap plastic wall clock, will I try one mmm "it's new" I like new gadgets so maybe
Well after reading reviews and watching videos this is not for me a thing I like about Amazon is everything is well made, this really is a cheap clock well I don't mean cheap after all Amazon is asking a high price. Amazon must have gone to a manufacturer and said build us a clock at the lowest price possible so we can maximise our profit and that's what they have got a very cheap plastic clock I would not want hanging in a garden shed let alone in my home.
People will buy these and enjoy and show their friends how clever it is but they will really know that their friends will be thinking what a load of cheap looking rubbish
When Amazon develop and release things that just work, then they are getting like Apple.
i agree that Amazon’s time would be better spent making their own existing gear work with other existing gear of theirs. But I suppose doing that does not sell new gear nor provide free very expensive personal data. Wait until you sneeze and Alexa suggests a cold remedy to buy.
if you want some Amazon fun look at their hook up with Ring doorbells and local police in the US.
I agree once a company as a following they start to believe your buy anything they sell I have several Amazon devices and they all work and are well built, but it does not mean I will buy something new if it's really badly made.
Also an Apple man but my last bought phone was the iPhone SE that was before they decided I needed a phone the size of a tablet
This isn't for me either. After looking at some unboxing video's and reviews i'm not impressed... It looks cheap, the hands and face are exposed so cleaning it risks the clock being damaged (Amazon warn users to never touch the hands) and it takes four AA batteries that last on average four months or so (according to youtube comments). All that said and done what does it really do? It does the same thing as any cheap clock it tells the time but offers some bling bling in the way of LED's for a countdown timer that most people won't even use.