Braun Classic Travel Analogue Alarm Clock – Black/White
This Braun classic travel analogue alarm clock has an easy to read dial layout and features the iconic yellow second hand that is synonymous with Braun’s award winning design history. Its compact size (W5.7cm x H5.7cm x D2.7cm) and lightweight construction means it is the perfect travel companion. The iconic design of this Braun classic travel analogue alarm clock originates from the renowned AB 1, designed in the late 80’s by Dietrich Lubs. Recently, this clock has been updated to include an improved movement and luminous tipped hour and minute hands, as well a snooze/light function. The clean simplistic dial and contrasting hands (with luminous tips) offers great legibility, and the quartz tick movement is quiet and precise.
Matt case and dial
- Easy to read dial layout
- Crescendo beep alarmsnooze/light function
- Snooze interval is 5 minutes
- Light illuminates for 5 seconds once manually activated
- Quiet precision quartz movement
- Luminous tipped hands
- Height: 2.24in
- Width: 2.24in
- Depth: 1.06in
- Movement - Quartz
- Battery Type - AA *Not Included
- Includes - Instruction manual
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Needed another for guest room.
This was just what I wanted—a small travel alarm with an easy to read dial, without a loud tick. This is very classic, looks fine, and has woken me up on time.
I had until very recently one of the original Braun Travel clocks that had served me well for well over 20 years. My only complaint was that the clock was impossible to see at night. So when it came time to replace, I picked a familiar Braun travel clock. The description from Braun made it sound like the arms would by visible in the dark. However, they were not visible enough. If you can get by with very little visibility in the dark, it’s still a timeless design, that is light weight, compact and in my case very reliable for many years.