This extra-loud alarm clock features a range of audio, visual and vibration alarm combinations, two volume and three tone settings, an easy-read clock display and 72-hour back-up battery. It’s suitable for heavy sleepers and people with all levels of hearing loss.
Missing the alarm clock and running late can be a real problem for people with hearing loss. The stylish PowerWake alarm, with its powerful under-pillow vibrating pad, will wake even the heaviest of sleepers, and is suitable for all levels of hearing loss.
This extra-loud alarm clock offers a choice of six audio, visual and vibration alarm combinations to suit your level of hearing loss (see ‘Key benefits’ below). It also has two volume settings (HI/LO) and three tone settings for adjusting the bleeper alarm, which can also be turned off.
Place the powerful vibrating pad under your pillow and, when alarm time comes around, it will pulsate, gradually increasing in intensity, guaranteeing you won’t miss any more important appointments.
The buttons for snooze, time and alarm settings are arranged within easy reach above the large clock, with its choice of 12- or 24-hour display in easy-to-see, soft-white LED numerals. The display can be dimmed at night with the simple press of a button.
For those who fancy a few more minutes in bed on those cold winter mornings, there’s also a handy nine-minute snooze button.
The Echo PowerWake is mains powered but in case of a power cut, its built-in battery will maintain time and alarm settings for up to 72 hours.
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To download the Echo PowerWake alarm clock instruction manual, please click here.