If you're hesitant to rely on room service or your phone to wake you up, the Korjo Analogue Alarm Clock is the perfect solution to keep you on time on your travels.
With quality quartz clock movement, luminescent hands for low light conditions, a night light for easy viewing, a snooze button and a crescendo alarm - you've got all the basic features you need, plus a free AA battery included.
Wake up on time on your overseas adventure with the Analogue Alarm Clock from Korjo.
Features quartz quality clock movement, luminous hands, loud crescendo alarm, snooze button and an excellent night light
Simple to set
Includes 1 x AA battery
5.5L x 5.5W x 3.5H cm
1 x AA Cell
have just purchased this alarm clock:
please advise best long-life battery recommended for
for tis mini analogue travel alarm clock:
also please advise whether re-chargeable batteries are okay to use
KATYA - SYDNEY NSW AU(7 years ago)
As far as the best batteries to use, we're not too sure what the leading ones are (it might be best to ask a battery store about this) but I've had a chat to someone in the travel department who uses this alarm clock, and they've said that the batteries in this product will last you a very long time.
There shouldn't be any problem using rechargeable batteries in this alarm clock, but just be aware that they won't last as long as regular disposable batteries.
Emily - Snowys(7 years ago)
Does this clock make a loud ticking sound???1 answer
Hi guys - dumb question I know! Looking at including this in a coming order to you for an RV4 tent with walls and mesh ground cover. The clock is actually for the caravan and it drives us crazy when in places where you can hear a pin drop if the &^^%^% clock is ticking :-). Would appreciate your advice - and our order for the above gear will be coming through over the next week or two I think! Cheers and thanks!
Carolyn - Stanthorpe QLD(8 years ago)
Hi Carolyn, I wasn't sure just how to judge the noise level of this alarm clock's tick. Thankfully, Lisa our travel department manager said she sleeps next to one of these every night and has no problems at all with the noise. She said you need to hold it right up to your ear to hear anything and the batteries last for ages. I think that's a pretty good indication.
Ben - Snowys(8 years ago)
WHERE DO YOU PUT THE BATTERY and how do you remove the cover1 answer
rOSE - PERTH, WA(8 years ago)
Hi Rose, yes this one is a bit tricky. On the underside of the clock there is a half moon shape. With your fingernail or small screw driver you need to prize open the battery cover along the straight edge of the half moon indent. If you have any trouble please don't hesitate to give us a call.