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ZMart Fun II Digital Chess Clock

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The Zmart Fun II Digital Chess Clock has modern, bright LED display technology, stainless steel, accurate, touch sensors and durable plastic case made here in the USA.

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Description / ZMart Fun II Digital Chess Clock

The Zmart Fun II Digital Chess Clock has modern, bright LED display technology, stainless steel touch sensors and a durable plastic case that is made here in the USA!

This clock was designed from the ground up to offer the features that all chess players both demand and need! For example, its plastic case is features a low-profile design for maximum stability with minimal weight, and it features anti-slide rubber feet.

The Zmart Fun II is great for anyone - fun for kids, classes, and clubs. It is very easy to use - You can learn all of the features of the clock within a few minutes.

It features three customizable presets:
* simple blitz or single time controls
* programmable 2 or 3 time control tournament modes
* move counter option
* delays and increments (Fischer and Bronstein)
* Plus an array of extra timing modes for scrabble, shogi and go (byoyomi), hourglass, and unique dual count

Turn sound and lights on or off, Low power consumption means 1600 hours of use in normal conditions with 4 C batteries (not included - available separately).

One Year Warranty against manufacturing defects. Made in USA.

The clock has dimensions of 7" (W) x 3.5" (L) x 2.5" (H)

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

Clock Type Digital
Clock Button Type Touch
Dimensions 7" (W) x 3.5" (L) x 2.5" (H)
Batteries Required 4 x C
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