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Product description

Color:004

The product contains: a clock + a TYPE-C interface data cable + a desktop support bracket + a product manual

Features:

1. Built-in 1000mA lithium battery, strong endurance, can reach up to 3 months in power saving mode (based on the frequency of wake-up display).

2. This digital alarm clock has a USB charging interface and can be set up with 3 sets of alarm clocks, which can display the time and date and real-time ambient temperature.

3. With voice control function, in the power saving mode, the time display is automatically turned off. As long as a high-five sound appears, the time of the clock will automatically light up for 10 seconds to meet your needs for time and save energy to the maximum.

Product parameters:

Size: 98 X 160 X 22 mm

Net weight: 250 g

Rated voltage: 5V

Li battery capacity: 1000mA

Working temperature range: -20 ℃ To 50 ℃

Note: When using the charging interface on the alarm clock, the TYPE-C interface must be powered on. This design is not designed to be used as an additional power supply only in order to avoid the embarrassment of occupying the interface.

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