Marks and Spencer Mini Twin Bell Alarm Clock Reviews
Product Type: Marks & Spencer gadgets
Description:Brand: Marks and Spencer / Type: Alarm Clock
Newest Review: ... a Quartz analogue clock, which are known for making high quality clock faces. The hands are glow in the dark as well, which I ... more
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Customer Marks and Spencer Mini Twin Bell Alarm Clock Reviews (2)
by - written on 07/05/13 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I've always had an obsession with clocks. It sounds strange, I know, but I've always had to have at least three different clocks in my bedroom (and most other rooms too, for that matter!) at any one time. And, of course, the time is also displayed on my mobile which is never far from my side, so technically you could probably say I have four. Having already purchased a larger, similar, alarm clock to this one (it was black, and about the size of a small dinner plate), when I saw this mini alarm clock in red, I just had to have it to sit with my larger black one. Now, admittedly, the larger black one was really rather different in design, and even the clock ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/12 (Very useful, 132 readings)
When we finished decorating our bedroom a few months ago, I decided to buy some new ornaments and other items to provide some eye-catching detail and 'finish' the room off. One such item that I had considered buying was a new alarm clock, and I rather fancied getting one that was in the 'old fashioned' analogue design with an actual clock face and 'hands' rather than a digital or electronic model. I stumbled across the Marks & Spencer "Mini Twin Bell Alarm Clock" purely by accident, whilst browsing in a local branch of M&S at the end of last year. I noticed immediately that the clocks on display were very brightly coloured, and attractively ... Read the complete review
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