LEDHOLYT Kids Alarm Clock, Mobile Phone Controlled Dinosaur Wake Up Alarm Clock Light, Sleep Training Clock, Cute Dinosaur Bedroom Decorative Alarm Clock Night Light, Birthday Gift for Boys and Girls


Products include:
1× funny dinosaur alarm clock
1× USB charging cable
1× User manual
Product Information:
Size: 3.46in*4.63*4.53
Weight: 8Oz
Rated power: 1.25W
Rated current: 300MA
Rated voltage: DC5V
Material: ABS+PC+Silicone rubber
【APP control & alarm clock intelligence.】 We have upgraded the original dinosaur alarm clock to reduce the hassle of button operation. With 6 ringtones to choose from, you can set the alarm time, select the ringtone, volume, night light time, countdown timer and sleep training through the APP for added convenience.
【2 alarm clock settings & alarm clock voice announcement.】 This smart digital alarm clock allows you to set 2 sets of alarms and 2 sets of sleep training lights. If you want to set the alarm to ring repeatedly, we provide you with 3 repeat modes. 1. Ringing on weekdays, 2. Ringing on weekdays + Saturdays, 3. Ringing every day of the week. The alarm has a voice announcement function, which you need to turn on in the APP. The alarm clock will announce the current time when it is vibrated or tapped, you can set it to announce all day or only during the day.
【Built-in rechargeable battery】 The alarm clock is powered by a built-in rechargeable battery which can be charged via the TYPE-C charging port. The alarm will keep the screen on while charging and when the alarm is working properly the screen will automatically turn off after 20 seconds, this saves more power and when you want to check the time you can just tap the alarm to get the time and it will also read out the time if you have voice announcement turned on.
【Alarm clock night light】 There are three light colours to choose from: warm white, positive white and multicoloured. The default light time is 45 minutes and can be adjusted between 1 and 60 minutes. At the end of the time, the light will automatically switch off. Note: Please keep your internet connection open when using this application.


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