|Actual size of KosherClock3: 6.75" x 2" x 1.625" (Length x Width x Height)|
Setting the time: step-by-step (This one's for Nachum)
HOW TO OPEN KOSHERCLOCK3
Once you open KosherClock3, you will find the battery compartment on the INNER CLOCK. Just remove the plastic slip and re-insert the batteries.
WHAT'S SPECIAL ABOUT KOSHERCLOCK3?
KosherClock3 has a unique, innovative outer sleeve that can be rotated to give you 3 different modes: Shabbos Mode, Weekday Mode and Travel Mode.
During the week, rotate the outer sleeve so you can see the screen and press all the buttons, including the Snooze button.
Before Shabbos, orient the outer sleeve so you can only see the screen but cannot press any buttons. There is no problem with muktzah and the alarm shuts off automatically after one minute!
To protect your KosherClock3 for travel, rotate the outer sleeve so the screen and buttons are covered.
Easy to use buttons!
TOP TEN REASONS TO BUY KOSHERCLOCK3?
THE WEEK DAY ALARM (WDA)
If you want your alarm to ring at the same time during the week, but not on the weekend, this is the perfect option for you! One example is if you want to wake up for work at 6 AM Monday - Friday.
Instead of selecting a specific day of the week for your alarm to ring, choose "WDA" or Week Day Alarm. (Many people have a different wake up time for the weekend than during the week.)
Another reason to use this alarm is if you need to be ready to pick up the children from school at the same time every day. This alarm can remind you of the time.
TIPS FOR WEEKDAY SNOOZERS
Are you one of those people like me who hears the alarm ring only to blindly reach out, shut it off and go back to sleep? Even with an alarm, you still don't get out of bed! KosherClock3 has a way to wake you up:
Simply put KosherClock3 in Shabbos Mode and when your hand goes hunting for a button to shut off the alarm, there won't be anything to press. Shabbos Mode covers all of the buttons. Then you'll have to wake up and switch KosherClock3 back to Weekday mode where you are able to press a button to silence the alarm. Either that, or listen to the alarm beep for a whole minute!