[access-uk] Re: Talking Alarm clock from RNIB and Easy to See Wall Clock from RNIB

I'm sure some radio controlled watches and clocks set themselves in the early hours, something like 2 or 3 o'clock. Leave it near a window tonight and see what happens. Also I haven't checked but I'm sure the instructions will be on the RNIB's product page and may tell you about this.


At 15:32 13/07/2009, you wrote:
Thank you Ted for that advice. It might have got left near the TV but won't now.

Eleanor
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They will probably set themselves in the early hours of the morning.
That's what my watch does, at 3 am.
Just one tip, don't leave them close to a computer, TV etc.  I left mine
next to a radio, and it failed to change when summer time began. Moving
it away from the radio, all is well.

Ted

Eleanor Burke wrote:
Hi
I purchased both of these items from RNIB.  They arrived this
morning.  I have put in the batteries.  At the time of purchase I was
told that they would take their time from radio waves or something.
In other words I did not have to set the time.  It happened
automatically.  Unfortunately this is not the case and each clock
started at 12.00.  The one with the speech and large letters is also
stuck back on January 1st.  I haven't a clue how to set the time or
the alarm on either.  Can anyone help please?  both clocks are silver
ones just in case that matters but would at least hellp with knowing
which ones I have purchased.

Eleanor

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