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The Invisible Clock is an assistive device that works great for timed voiding programs, medication reminders, meeting timers, exercising, and more.
The unit has 12 daily alarms that can be set for specific times, providing users the flexibility in alerting to perform tasks when specific intervals are not practical. The 12 alarms are automatically organized by the time of day, so it's easy to keep track of the programmed alarms and easy to check, erase, or set additional alarms.
There's also the option of an auto-reset countdown mode that may be more convenient than specific alarms.
The Invisible Clock uses a vibration system (similar to that of the common pager) that is discreet, yet easy to feel. Users can even adjust the vibration or beep to low for a gentle and quiet reminder, or to medium/high for a stronger alert.
This product includes a belt clip and AAA battery.
This alarm device is a great alternative to a wristwatch and is the most "customizable" unit that we have found on the market - allowing up to 12 specific alarm times or up to a 999 hour auto-reset countdown mode. The vibration lasts only 6 seconds versus about 20 seconds for the watches, but most children will still respond to this length of vibration.
The Invisible Clock must be worn next to the body to be felt (e.g. waistbelt) - which is a disadvantage for a number of young children. Also, children are more likely to lose a device clipped to the waist, than a watch worn on the wrist.
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Great little timer, does all I wanted and then some.