DGT North American Digital Chess Clock

The DGT North American is a state-of-the-art digital chess clock at an unbelievable price. It is manufactured by DGT Projects, one of the world's premier chess clock companies. It features 10 pre-set time controls, making it an ideal clock for both the serious player and the casual enthusiast. It features a revolutionary new Quick-set option that makes configuring the clock a snap! Even multi-period delay settings can be set up quickly - no need to study a convoluted user manual or memorize confusing button combinations!

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DGT North American Digital Chess Clock
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    The DGT North American is a state-of-the-art digital chess clock at an unbelievable price. It is manufactured by DGT Projects, one of the world's premier chess clock companies. It features 10 pre-set time controls, making it an ideal clock for both the serious player and the casual enthusiast. It features a revolutionary new Quick-set option that makes configuring the clock a snap! Even multi-period delay settings can be set up quickly - no need to study a convoluted user manual or memorize confusing button combinations! Requires 2x AA batteries (Included). The DGT North American offers: time, time + guillotine, 2 X + guillotine, time + repeating time, bonus (Fischer) options, time + bonus, 2 X time + bonus, bonus single period, bonus tournament.

    The clock has dimensions of 7.5" (W) x 4" (L) x 2" (H)

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    Material(s) Plastic
    Clock Type Digital
    Clock Button Type Toggle
    Dimensions 7.5" (W) x 4" (L) x 2" (H)
    Batteries Required 2 x AA (Included)
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