Amazon is now offering pre-orders for the Echo Wall Clock, which is a device that syncs with Echo devices. The Echo Wall Clock was originally announced at the Amazon Echo event back in September.
Here is a breakdown of the features:
The Amazon Echo Wall Clock features an easy-to-read 10” diameter white bezel analog clock that shows the time of day. And it has a digital 60 LED display that shows one or multiple timers that are paired through an Echo device.
Since the Amazon Echo Wall Clock syncs the time with a paired Echo device, it automatically adjusts for daylight savings time. You will need to have a compatible Echo device such as an Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Show, Echo Plus, Echo Spot, or Echo Input for the clock to work properly.
On the back of the device is a keyhole for mounting, a blue pairing button, and the battery compartment (more on that below). The Echo Wall Clock does not have microphones so it cannot respond to commands.
The size and weight of the Echo Wall Clock is: 10” x 10” x 1.6” (254 mm x 254 mm x 41 mm), 13.4 oz. (380 grams).
When you ask Alexa to set timers, the Echo Wall Clock will display the time remaining and it features a countdown animation for the last 60 seconds.
The Echo Wall Clock comes with 4 AA batteries. After you insert the four batteries, say “Alexa, set up my Echo Wall Clock” to set it up.
Amazon offers 90 day limited warranty and service with the purchase of the Echo Wall Clock.
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