soonbuy Islamic Azan Alarm Table Clock, Digital Muslim Prayer Alarm with Time Date Week Display, Muslim Azan Alarm Table Clock for All Prayers Qibla Direction, Ramadan Gift Prayer Alarm Clock black


Price: £28.69
(as of Apr 06, 2024 12:50:06 UTC – Details)



Features:
1. Can display the current time, date, week
2. Hijri Gregorian calendar display function
3. World time function
4. 8 kinds of MUAZZEN prayer tones
5. The error of each group of prayer time can be adjusted, and each group of prayer time can be closed arbitrarily
6. AZAN time reminder function
7. Alliance time function, multiple calculation systems

Description:
Name: Alarm Clock

Display type: digital
material: plastic
Waterproof: no
Mirror material: plastic mirror
Style: Antique
Appearance shape: rectangular
Size: 15×8.5x6cm
Packing specification: color box packing
Movement Type: Electronic
Power type: battery does not need to be prepared by yourself
Display type: LCD

Packing list:
1 x Alarm Clock +1x pen (color random)
Note:
Different displays may cause the color of the item in the picture a little different from the real thing.
Manual measuring,please allow 1~3mm error,thank you.

💗【1150 Cities for Choose】The clock prepares AZAN time in major cities around the world. There are 1150 cities to choose from. Daylight saving time (DST) function 12/24 hours.
💗【Adjustable Time】With 5 groups of prayer time every day. The error of each group of prayer time can be adjusted, and each group of prayer time can be closed arbitrarily
💗【Remind Function】Alarm function (one-time alarm/periodic alarm), and can issue a beep alarm prompt. Snooze function for 5 minutes, and this unique feature allows you to wake up at exactly the same time each day.
💗【Time Display】8 kinds of MUAZZEN prayer tones. World time function can display the current time, date, week. Hijri Gregorian calendar display function.
💗【Ideal Gift】The clock will be the best helper to remind you to pray. AZAN time remember function is perfect for home or office. It is a great gift idea for family and friends during Ramadan, Eid, Ramadan and Hajj.

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