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DGT 3000 Digital Chess Clock

The DGT3000 Digital Chess Clock most advanced game timer yet from DGT Projects. It features an unbelievably large display with full game details, 25 pre-set time controls, 5 slots for customized time controls and the ability to connect to the DGT Projects Electronic Chess Board.
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Description / DGT 3000 Digital Chess Clock

Easily access all the settings chess players like on one large display. For example, simple blitz timing, action chess, or tournament modes along with all popular delay types (Fischer, Bronstein, and US Delay).

The DGT 3000, released October 2014, is successor to the DGT XL and offers the following advantages:

* Extra info in a larger display
* Connects to all DGT electronic chess boards
* Seconds are shown from the start
* Larger display with more information
* 25 pre-set timing systems
* 5 slots for customized settings
* 5 year warranty!


The DGT3000 is DGTs most advanced game timer yet. Batteries are included. Manual is included in 6 languages: English, French, Spanish, Dutch, German and Russian. In addition a nice leaflet is in the box depicting the time-line development of chess clocks and showing all 16 chess world champions.

The clock has dimensions of 6" (W) x 4" (L) x 3" (H)

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

ISBN Does not apply
Material(s) Plastic
Clock Type Digital
Clock Button Type Toggle
Dimensions 6" (W) x 4" (L) x 3" (H)
Batteries Required 2 x AA (Included)
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