"One Year Warranty". Overall Dimensions: 8.5″ wide x 6.75″ high x 1″ deep (4.5″ deep with Kickstand) 8″ diagonal display screen. Can be used as a Desk clock or Wall clock. The clock requires an A/C adapter (included) to operate. Does not run on batteries. The clock is shipped with a removable thin plastic screen protector, to protect the screen during transit.
What makes this Day Clock so unique is that both the DAY and the MONTH are fully spelled out ?
Many elders suffering from memory loss due to stroke, dementia, Alzheimer’s or just advancing years, may have difficulty processing abbreviated words. Most clocks available today will abbreviate the month & the day.
It displays the full DAY, TIME and DATE and it’s not just for people with memory loss or as a Dementia aid.
The Clearest, Easiest-to-Read Day Clock available.
Whether you’re looking for the right day clock for an aging loved one or are teaching schoolchildren how to read the time and date, our uniquely designed digital day clock is the only one you’ll ever need. At Pointells we are always focused on easing the common burdens in life with simple, intuitive and affordable solutions, and this clock is a shining example. Most notably, it clearly spells out the full names of the weekday, month and date in large, bold, white letters – free of any confusing abbreviations.
Unmatched Visibility & Contrast
Extra-large, crystal-clear white digits shine bright and sharp against our clock’s deep-black display. This delivers unmatched contrast and clarity for remarkable visibility even at distances of 20-30 feet, perfect for viewing from across the room.
Made with Memory Loss in Mind
Advancing age, dementia, stroke, and Alzheimer’s leave millions of Americans to struggle with memory loss and difficulty processing abbreviated words. To make life easier, our clock features non-abbreviated weekday, month and date names.
Best-in-Class Viewing Angle
The SSA Clock’s high-quality display features a glare-free finish so you enjoy the most exceptional legibility from very viewing angle. This is particularly attractive for office and classroom use, where clocks are often positioned higher up the wall.