This section includes clocks with either a large & clear display or a tactile clock face. The alarms on these clocks may be audible or vibrating.
Clocks with a tactile clock face may enable you to feel the position of the clock's hands and numbers. For example the 12 o'clock position may be marked with three raised dots, the 3, 6 and 9 o'clock position with two dots and the other numbers with one dot.
If the alarm clock has a vibrating pad this can be placed under a pillow to wake you when the alarm goes off.
Clocks with radio controlled adjustment adjust automatically to the correct time. The clock must be within 900 miles of the National physical laboratory transmitter in Cumbria to receive the radio signal.1View references and sources of further information ›
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