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Ahmed Mohamed clock incident
The Ahmed Mohamed clock incident occurred when a 14-year-old boy, Ahmed Mohamed, was arrested on September 14, 2015, at MacArthur High School in Irving

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The Ahmed Mohamed clock incident occurred when a 14-year-old boy, Ahmed Mohamed, was arrested on September 14, 2015, at MacArthur High School in Irving, Texas, for bringing an alleged hoax bomb to school. The incident ignited allegations of racial profiling and Islamophobia from media and commentators.

Mohamed had reassembled the parts of a digital clock in a pencil case, and brought it to school to show his teachers. His English teacher thought the clock resembled a bomb, and she confiscated it and reported him to the school's principal. Local law enforcement was called and Mohamed was questioned by police for an hour and a half. After being handcuffed and taken into custody, and without being allowed to see his parents, he was transported to a juvenile detention facility where he was fingerprinted and his mug shot photograph was taken. He was then released to his parents. The reason for his arrest was allegedly for purposely trying to cause a bomb scare. The case was not pursued further by juvenile justice authorities; however, Mohamed was suspended from school.

Following the incident, police determined Mohamed had no malicious intent, and he was not charged with any crime. News of the incident became viral – initially on Twitter – with allegations by some commentators that the actions of the school officials and police were due to their stereotyping of Mohamed based on his Sudanese ancestry and Muslim faith. After U.S. President Barack Obama, politicians, activists, technology company executives, and media personalities commented about the incident, Mohamed was invited to participate in a number of high-profile events related to encouraging youth interest in science and technology. Apart from praise for his ingenuity, there was also criticism, and unsupported accusations that, contrary to the police's conclusions, the incident was a purposeful hoax.

On November 23, 2015, Ahmed's family threatened to sue the City of Irving and the school district for civil rights violations and physical and mental anguish unless they received written apologies and compensation of $15 million. In late 2015, his family decided to accept a scholarship from the Qatar Foundation and move to Qatar, partially because of unevidenced accusations of terrorist links and continued harassment from conspiracy theorists. They returned to the Dallas area on June 27, 2016, saying they missed the relatives who had stayed in the U.S., and they would return to Qatar in the fall.

Contents
  • 1 Incident
    • 1.1 Background
    • 1.2 Clock and arrest
    • 1.3 Suspension
    • 1.4 Lawsuits
    • 1.5 Immediate responses
      • 1.5.1 School district
      • 1.5.2 Irving's mayor
      • 1.5.3 Ahmed Mohamed and his family
  • 2 Reactions
  • 3 Opinions
    • 3.1 Politicians
    • 3.2 Media
    • 3.3 Hoax allegations and conspiracy theories
    • 3.4 Others
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Incident Background Photo taken by the Irving Police Department of the clock

At the time of the incident on Monday, September 14, 2015, Mohamed was fourteen years old and a freshman at the high school. In interviews with local media, Mohamed said that he wanted to show the engineering teacher at school what he had done over the weekend: take apart a clock and rebuild it inside a pencil case which resembled a small briefcase. His father, Mohamed Elhassan Mohamed, said that on Monday morning, September 14, 2015, he drove his son to school and encouraged him to display his technological ability.

In an interview on Al Jazeera's Ali Velshi on Target, Mohamed said the clock was "built from scrap around the house" and that "some of the boards were already manufactured." He told Larry Wilmore on The Nightly Show that it took him "10 or 20 minutes" to put it together and that he had built more complicated items such as soldering together CPUs, but that the clock was simple, using some parts that were scrapped off so that it was easier. According to the initial report in The Dallas Morning News, he had done this "before bed on Sunday. "

Ralph Kubiak, Mohamed's seventh-grade history teacher, said that Mohamed was known as an electronics enthusiast with a history of being disciplined for using a handmade remote control to cause a classroom projector to malfunction on command. Mohamed was also noted for making a battery charger to help recharge the cellphone of a school tutor. The Dallas Morning News commented, "ome of these creations looked much like the infamous clock – a mess of wires and exposed circuits stuffed inside a hinged case, perhaps suspicious to some." According to The Guardian, everybody in middle school knew Mohamed as "the kid who makes crazy contraptions", and who fixed electronics classmates brought to him, earning him the nickname "Inventor Kid".

According to The Dallas Morning News, Mohamed's discipline record "was thick by some accounts"; he was suspended for several weeks while in middle school. According to a family friend, one of the suspensions was for blowing soap bubbles in the bathroom, and another was for his reaction to an alleged attack in the school hallway by a schoolmate. During that time, Mohamed "was complaining of bullying – not just by students, but by staff", reportedly for being Muslim. After reviewing a letter of support from the same family friend and meeting with Mohamed, the school principal overturned that suspension.

Clock and arrest

Mohamed said he brought the clock to school because he "wanted to impress all of his teachers". His engineering teacher, upon seeing the clock said, "That's really nice", but advised him to keep the device in his backpack for the rest of the school day, as he thought it resembled something akin to a briefcase bomb. Mohamed, however, later plugged it in during his English class and set a time on the clock. When the clock alarm started beeping, the English teacher requested to see it, and said, "Well, it looks like a bomb. Don't show it to anyone else." In an interview posted on KXAS-TV (NBC 5), Mohamed said he "closed it with a cable ... 'cause I didn't want to lock it to make it seem like a threat, so I just used a simple cable so it won't look that much suspicious."

After the English teacher confiscated the clock and reported him to the school principal's office, the police were called. The principal and a police officer then took him out of class and led him to a room where four other officers were waiting. Police indicated that he was interrogated only in order to clarify his intentions when he brought the clock to school. According to Mohamed, he was not allowed to contact his family during the questioning and he was threatened by the principal with expulsion unless he would sign a written statement. After interrogating him for about an hour and a half, he was taken out of the school in handcuffs and into police custody. Following his arrival at a juvenile detention center, Mohamed was fingerprinted, required to take a mug shot, and further questioned before being released to his parents.

Police determined that he had no malicious intent, and he was not charged with any crime. Irving Police Chief Larry Boyd said that "the officers pretty quickly determined that they weren't investigating an explosive device", and that Mohammed was arrested over the prospect that it was a "hoax bomb". Under Texas law, it is illegal to possess a "hoax bomb" with an intent to "make another believe that the hoax bomb is an explosive or incendiary device" or to "cause alarm or reaction of any type by an official of a public safety agency or volunteer agency organized to deal with emergencies." After releasing Mohamed, police continued to question his clock's purpose, saying, "He kept maintaining it was a clock, but there was no broader explanation."

Some of Mohamed's teachers at Sam Houston middle school were surprised to learn that staff at the high school called police, as they have known Mohamed to bring more elaborate devices to their school. His supporters have speculated that the questioning and subsequent transfer by police to a juvenile center exemplifies Islamophobia in the United States.

Suspension

Mohamed was suspended from school for three days. MacArthur High School's director of communications said he was welcome to return after his suspension.

Lawsuits

His family sent a demand letter on November 23, 2015, saying they would file a lawsuit if they did not receive $15 million in financial compensation and a public apology from the City of Irving and the Irving School District. He later withdrew from the school.

His family filed a lawsuit against the City of Irving and the school district on August 8, 2016.

Mohamed Mohamed, on behalf of himself and Ahmed Mohamed, filed a defamation suit in Dallas County District Court on September 21, 2016. The named defendants are The Blaze, Inc, Glenn Beck, Center for Security Policy, Jim Hanson, Fox Television Stations, LLC, Ben Ferguson, Ben Shapiro, and Beth Van Duyne. Case No. DC-16-12579. The Mohameds are represented by Susan E. Hutchison of Hutchison & Stoy, PLLC. A hearing was held on December 16, 2016 and all claims against defendants KDFW Fox 4 and Ben Ferguson were dismissed with prejudice. Legal fees and other relief were awarded to defendants. On January 9, 2017, judge Maricela Moore dismissed the suit against several media outlets. The final dismissal hearing is scheduled on January 30, 2017.

Immediate responses School district

School district spokeswoman Lesley Weaver said, "We are never going to take any chances for any of their safety It doesn't matter what child would have brought a suspicious looking item. We still would have taken the same actions." She further said "If the family is willing to give us written permission, we would be happy to share with the public the other side of the story so they can understand the actions we took."

Irving's mayor

Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne defended the actions of the police and the Irving Independent School District, stating that they were following the procedure set when a "potential threat" is discovered. Van Duyne said that from the information she had seen, Mohammed had been "non-responsive" and "passive aggressive" in response to questions from police officers.

Van Duyne said there was one-sided reporting of the interaction between Mohammed and police, saying that they are unable to release records because Mohammed is a juvenile and his family has refused to allow it. According to The Dallas Morning News, Mohamed's family never received the request to release his records, because the school district mailed it to the wrong lawyer; the letter was later sent to the correct attorneys.

Ahmed Mohamed and his family

According to Mohamed, when questioned by the school principal as to whether he had tried to make a bomb, "I told them no, I was trying to make a clock." He also questioned the fairness of the situation "because I brought something to school that wasn't a threat to anyone. I didn't do anything wrong. I just showed my teachers something and I end up being arrested later that day."

On September 18, Mohamed Elhassan Mohamed announced that his son would either be transferring to a private school or be home-schooled. The family has since withdrawn all of its children from schools in the Irving Independent School District, and the father said the recent events emotionally affected his son, who was not eating well and having trouble sleeping. He said, "It's torn the family and makes us very confused." While many schools offered to enroll Mohamed, his father said he wanted to give his son time before making a decision.

The family hired counsel "to pursue Ahmed's legal rights and regain his science project from the Irving Police Department". The police issued a statement saying that they had made the clock available shortly after the incident and were awaiting pick-up by "the student's father, or his designated representative". Mohamed eventually got the clock back from the police on October 23 shortly before the family left the United States.

In October 2015, the family decided to move to Qatar, where Mohamed plans to continue his education in the capital city Doha with a scholarship from the Qatar Foundation for Education and will attend Qatar Academy. Mohamed's uncle said another reason for the family's leaving the United States was fear from all the attacks they received, the conspiracy theories, rumors, and unwarranted accusations of terrorist links.

In August 2016, it was reported that Ahmed Mohamed will start 10th grade at Qatar Academy in Doha in September 2016.

Reactions President Obama's tweet of support to Ahmed Mohamed

After the initial report in The Dallas Morning News caught his attention, tech blogger Anil Dash created an online form for people to send supportive messages and offer ideas about how to encourage Mohamed. Dash, with more than 500,000 followers on Twitter, was among the earliest to widely publicize the story through social media, and was first to tweet the photo of Mohamed handcuffed, wearing a faded NASA T-shirt. Within hours, the hashtag #IStandWithAhmed began trending on Twitter and Dash had received thousands of responses.

According to social analytics site Topsy, close to a million people sent out tweets with the supportive hashtag #IstandwithAhmed in less than 24 hours. Mohamed opened his own Twitter account @IStandWithAhmed in the morning of September 16 and had more than 37,000 followers by the afternoon.

Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne said that Irving's police chief and other police officers, as well as teachers and school administrators, were receiving death threats as a result of the controversy.

Mohamed also received support from President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Mark Zuckerberg. On Obama's Twitter feed, a post said "Cool clock, Ahmed", and asked "Want to bring it to the White House?" continuing "We should inspire more kids like you to like science. It's what makes America great." Zuckerberg invited Mohamed to Facebook headquarters. Mohamed and his family announced that he was going to the White House for its annual Astronomy Night, where he would have the opportunity to meet other aspiring young scientists.

NASA astronaut John M. Grunsfeld with Ahmed Mohamed at the 2015 White House Astronomy Night.

On October 19, 2015, Mohamed attended White House Astronomy Night event on the South Lawn of the White House and met with President Obama. The President gave a speech to the audience in attendance at the event, saying: "We have to watch for and cultivate and encourage those glimmers of curiosity and possibility, not suppress them, not squelch them." After his speech, the President talked with Mohamed briefly and hugged him, in addition to looking through a telescope and being placed on a call with the crew of the International Space Station.

Google invited Mohamed to attend its science fair, urging him to bring the clock along; when he arrived he "received a warm welcome, touring the booths and taking pictures with finalists." Twitter offered him a chance to intern with them. Retired Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield invited Mohamed to his science show in Toronto.

According to Ahmed's father, the family was invited to the headquarters of the United Nations in New York City where, he said, United Nations officials wanted to meet his son. On September 25, 2015, Ahmed met with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, who was in New York attending UN meetings. He was also invited to the Social Good Summit in New York City, and during his visit, he met with Mayor Bill de Blasio, City Comptroller Scott Stringer, Public Advocate Letitia James, and members of New York City Council on a visit arranged by the NYPD Muslim Officers Society. After meeting Mohamed, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams tweeted "I'll buy one of his clocks!"

In late February 2016, the school district filed suit against the Texas Attorney General, in order to challenge an order that the school district release a copy of a letter sent by the U.S. Department of Justice to the school district while investigating the case. According to the Dallas Morning News, the letter had described allegations of "both harassment and the discipline of students on the basis of race, religion and national origin".

After the incident, MacArthur High School's 2015 valedictorian, then in college, wrote that MacArthur High School and the Irving Independent School District were very supportive of her and her beliefs as a Muslim, and that she did not experience any instances of religious discrimination or Islamophobia.

Opinions Politicians Play media White House press briefing on incident

In a debate among 2016 Republican presidential candidates, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal said that he did not think that a 14-year-old should ever be arrested for bringing a clock to school but defended the police who were "worried about security and safety issues."

Twenty-nine members of the United States Congress, including Asian-American and Muslim members, sent a letter to the U.S. Attorney General at the Department of Justice requesting an investigation on "the civil rights violations that took place during the unjust arrest of Ahmed Mohamed." The letter said "Ahmed was denied his civil rights on numerous occasions as he was consistently refused his right to speak with his father. Texas Family Code clearly states 'a child may not be left unattended in a juvenile processing office and is entitled to be accompanied by the child's parent, guardian, or other custodian or by the child's attorney.' (Section 52.025)" The letter went on to say that reports about the incident suggested "that Ahmed Mohamed was systematically profiled based on his faith and ethnicity both by the Irving Police Department and MacArthur High School".

Letter from 29 members of the Congress to U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch requesting a full investigation into the arrest of Ahmed Mohamed

White House press secretary Josh Earnest said that the incident "is a good illustration of how pernicious stereotypes can prevent even good-hearted people who have dedicated their lives to educating young people from doing the good work that they set out to do", and that Mohamed was invited to the White House South Lawn for Astronomy Night on October 19.

Media

Techdirt writer Tim Cushing wrote that the Texas "hoax bomb" law Mohamed was accused under was too loosely worded, as a mere reaction by a public safety official was enough to fall under it (regardless of whether someone had intentionally meant to cause such a reaction), and that it could theoretically apply to other legitimate devices (such as phones and road flares) because they can "cause alarm or reaction of any type" from a public safety officer. At the same time, he wrote that the school itself may have also violated the same law, as they presented the clock to police as potentially being an explosive device.

Rose Hackman of The Guardian stated, "The incident caused international outrage, with critics claiming such drastic treatment would never have occurred had the teenager not been Muslim." Writing in the The Texas Observer, Patrick Michels said the Irving school district has a history of overly-punitive criminalization of childhood behavior and similarly called the arrest an example of "school-to-prison" thinking. "A child learns in school that he's a criminal, and he remembers that lesson for the rest of his life", Michels wrote.

Wall Street Journal commentator James Taranto said he believes what happened to Mohamed is not uncommon; he points to a similar story from 2001 in New Jersey, in which Jason Anagnos, a nine-year-old non-Muslim boy, was arrested, charged and convicted for having brought a fake bomb along on a gifted-and-talented class field trip. Kyle Smith of the New York Post brought up other cases of schools being overzealous in punishing white children for safety breaches, including a 7-year-old who pretended that his pop tart was a gun and a South Carolina teenager who had his locker searched for writing a story about shooting a dinosaur; he added that none of these children received the same level of attention as Mohamed.

George Takei, the Japanese-American actor who played Sulu on Star Trek, wrote an open letter to Mohamed, offering his support and comparing the cause of being taken into custody by police to the same mindset that led to the Japanese internment in the United States during World War II.

Kevin D. Williamson, a correspondent for the conservative magazine National Review, argued that the media was pushing a case for exaggerated Islamophobia, "because it can be used to further a story that the media already want to tell: that the United States is morally corrupt and irredeemably racist; that Muslims are under siege; that white privilege blinds the majority of Americans to the corruption at the heart of everything red, white, and blue", stating we now live in a time of "race-hustling and grievance-mongering". He contrasted the high level of media coverage for the incident with that of a lesser-reported incident involving the arrest of an eighth-grader for refusing to remove a National Rifle Association T-shirt in class.

Hoax allegations and conspiracy theories

The Dallas Morning News and other media sources, including The Washington Post, referred to some comments and claims that emerged in the aftermath of the incident as conspiracy theories, reporting that most of them "cited no evidence, contradicted each other, or clashed with known facts". Some conservative commentators sought to cast suspicion on Mohamed's family and Muslim groups that supported Mohamed after his detainment, positing that Mohamed planned to provoke his arrest to embarrass police and speculating the incident was a plot orchestrated by Islamist activists. After reviewing these theories, Avi Selk of The Dallas Morning News wrote: "No theory that The News has reviewed cites any evidence that Ahmed, who routinely brought electronic creations to his middle school and said he wanted to impress high school teachers, planned to get handcuffed and hit the news" and reported that "a police 'investigation determined the student apparently did not intend to cause alarm bringing the device to school'." Slate observed that at no point did officials exhibit any concern that the clock was dangerous. The Washington Post and TIME also noted that Internet-spawned "conspiracy theories" about Mohamed's motivations were partially responsible for his family choosing to leave the United States.

Others Tweet in support of Mohammed from the NASA Twitter account

Terri Burke, Executive Director of the ACLU of Texas, stated, "Islamophobia, and probably racism, certainly played a role in Ahmed's ordeal, but the fact is overzealous administrators, zero-tolerance policies, and law enforcement officers ill-equipped to deal with schoolchildren have compromised educational environments throughout the country. Ahmed suffered through a terrifying, traumatizing, and unjust ordeal. Yet because of the mass exposure of what he endured, he's received invitations to the White House, Facebook headquarters, and the Google science fair. For too many others – the ones whose stories won't go viral – the possibility of the American nightmare remains too real."

Bill Maher, who hosts HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, said on the program that Mohamed deserves an apology but that his clock "looks exactly like a fucking bomb."

According to an article in The New York Observer, the widely circulated photograph of Ahmed in handcuffs wearing a NASA T-shirt has brought attention to the topic of STEM education (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) in America. "And now, children will be inspired to study STEM thanks to Ahmed's continued interest in it beyond all odds."

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  88. ^ Seemangal, Robin (September 28, 2015). "NASA Is the Unlikeliest 'Design Firm' in Human History". The New York Observer. Archived from the original on September 28, 2015. Retrieved September 28, 2015. Earlier this month, a young maker named Ahmed Mohamed was arrested while wearing a NASA t-shirt after bringing a homemade clock to his high school. Photographs of Ahmed in handcuffs circulated around the globe along with the space agency's logo creating a new context for its design and purpose. ...Ahmed, and the NASA logo, have catapulted the topic of STEM education in America back into the spotlight. And now, children will be inspired to study STEM thanks to Ahmed's continued interest in it beyond all odds. 
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FAMICOZY Digital Alarm Clock for Boys Kids Teens,Desk Nightstand Clock with Crescendo Alarm,Repeating Snooze,Week 12/24h,Low Nightlight,Temperature Humidity,Stand or Wall Mount,Blue
FAMICOZY Digital Alarm Clock for Boys Kids Teens,Desk Nightstand Clock with Crescendo Alarm,Repeating Snooze,Week 12/24h,Low Nightlight,Temperature Humidity,Stand or Wall Mount,Blue
A Nice Stylish Digital Alarm Clock Wake You Up In The MorningNowadays we live at very fast tempo.Sometimes we might be late for work or late for school,but there is no reason for being late.Yes,we can use our smartphone to get the time and set alarm.However, every time you need to turn on your phone to get the time,but the small digits and light are always bad for your eyes.Other than that,phone alarm consumes extra battery.So a real alarm clock is needed to help you get time and wake up. FAMICOZY Digital Alarm Clock as A Great Help for Your NeedsIt is a nice clean looking alarm clock with large screen and big digits which is easily read even from across the room.Easy to set up the time,date,year using the mode and up/down button and you have an option to make it either 24hr or 12 hr display with AM and PM. The Alarm sound for 2minutes and snooze every 8minutes from low to high gradually.The clock will be automatically lightened up in dark so the digits are easy to read but its not bright to affect your sleep.Addtionally,you can read the current temperature and humidity in your room and it also offers you the max/min temperature and humidity reading for the day.It is a great clock suitable for all ages and for home,office,travel as you like.Special Button UsagePress UP button and hold 3seconds to change 12/24hPress DOWN button to change ℃/℉Clock Features-Stylish design,lightweight-Large screen,big digits-Loud alarm,repeating snooze-Sensor soft light in dark -12/24hr Switch,week display-C/F Temperature & humidity reading-Smiley face as sign of comfort-Stand or Wall mount-Low power consumption-Require 3pcs AAA batteries(not inlcuded)Package include1 x Alarm clock1 x Instruction manual

$16.59



Lego Kids' 9001154 NINJAGO Cole Minifigure Alarm Clock
Lego Kids' 9001154 NINJAGO Cole Minifigure Alarm Clock
You don't have to be a kid to enjoy the playful spirit and bright, colorful design of the Midsize Classic Brick Watch from LEGO. A circular case surrounds a bright blue dial, complete with iconic Lego logo and a brick above six o'clock. Luminous hands and Arabic numerals make it a snap to read the time, and an eye-catching bracelet, comprised of interlocking pieces in a variety of colors, completes the eclectic, youthful look. Boasting the reliability of Japanese quartz movement, this distinctive timepiece arrives in a yellow presentation box and comes with additional bracelet pieces for quick change-outs or replacements. The Final Battle! LEGO® has created another iconic clock tied to the fantastic LEGO® series NinjagoTM Cole minifigure Clock featuring a detachable weapon! The clock is fully adjustable and the time is displayed on a digital LCD screen with a back-light so you can easily see it at night. The snooze and back-light functions are activated by pushing down on the Cole minifigure's head. Move the arms and legs! Push down the head to activate the light and alarm! Makes a great gift for LEGO® NinjagoTM fans! Digital LCD display. Nickel/PVC free. Alarm, light and snooze functions. Includes: Manufacturer's warranty and 2 AAA Batteries. For Ages: 6+.

$20.00
-$9.99(-33%)



Gun And Target Recordable Alarm Clock by TG
Gun And Target Recordable Alarm Clock by TG
Trademark Games Gun And Target Recordable Alarm Clock lets you blast your way out of bed! Get the drop on your wakeup routine! With the Gun and Target Alarm Clock you just blast the bullseye to "earn" 5 extra minutes of snooze. It's simple and fun: Set the 12 hour clock and alarm for your desired wake time, record your own wake up message or music and enjoy a great night's sleep. When it's time to wake up your recording will play for three minutes and the target will pop up. Shoot the bull's-eye once in normal mode or five times in hard mode with the gun for another five minutes of sleep! There's even a game mode so you can practice while you're awake! Target Recordable Alarm Clock: 12-hour time display; 2 alarm modes: Normal (1-shot deactivation), Hard (5-shot deactivation); Recordable alarm lets you wakeup to whatever sound or music you like; Includes 2 game modes: reaction tester, accuracy tester; Requires 4 AA Batteries (not included); Measures 5 1/4 x 5 1/2 x 1 3/4"; Infrared Gun: Recoil action and sound effects give you a high-caliber wakeup experience! Range: 18 feet; Dimensions: 5. 5/8 x 1 1/8 x 4 3/8"; Requires 2 AA Batteries (not included); Start your day off with a bang! Order Today! Trademark Games Gun And Target Recordable Alarm Clock

$24.99
-$15.00(-38%)



FAMICOZY Rechargeable Alarm Clock for Boys Kids Teens,Desk Travel Clock,Repeating Snooze,Week 12/24h Format,Auto Low Nightlight,Temperature Humidity Display,Blue
FAMICOZY Rechargeable Alarm Clock for Boys Kids Teens,Desk Travel Clock,Repeating Snooze,Week 12/24h Format,Auto Low Nightlight,Temperature Humidity Display,Blue
A Nice Stylish Digital Alarm Clock Wake You Up In The MorningNowadays we live at very fast tempo.Sometimes we might be late for work or late for school,but there is no reason for being late.Yes,we can use our smartphone to get the time and set alarm.However, every time you need to turn on your phone to get the time,but the small digits and light are always bad for your eyes.Other than that,phone alarm consumes extra battery.So a real alarm clock is needed to help you get time and wake up. FAMICOZY Digital Alarm Clock as A Great Help for Your NeedsIt is a nice clean looking alarm clock with large screen and big digits which is easily read even from across the room.Easy to set up the time,date,year using the mode and up/down button and you have an option to make it either 24hr or 12 hr display with AM and PM. The Alarm sound for 2minutes and snooze every 8minutes from low to high gradually.Turn the sensor button on and clock will be automatically lightened up in dark so the digits are easy to read but it's not bright to affect your sleep.Or turn it off if you don't want that light.Addtionally,you can read the current temperature and humidity in your room and it also offers you the max/min temperature and humidity reading for the day.Suitable for home,office and travel as you like.Clock Features-Stylish design,lightweight-Large screen,big digits-Rechargebable battery built in-Long standby time-Loud alarm,repeating snooze-Sensor soft light in dark-Backlight/Snooze touch pad on top(backlight off automatically within seconds)-12/24hr Switch,week display-C / F Temperature & humidity reading-Smiley face as sign of comfortPackage include1 x Alarm clock1 x USB cord1 x Instruction manual

$18.99



Flip Alarm Clock,FAMICOZY Nightstand Travel Alarm Clock for Boys Kids Children Teens Travelers,Turn Alarm On/Off by Flip,Repeating Snooze,Soft Sensor Nightlight,12/24h Display,Blue
Flip Alarm Clock,FAMICOZY Nightstand Travel Alarm Clock for Boys Kids Children Teens Travelers,Turn Alarm On/Off by Flip,Repeating Snooze,Soft Sensor Nightlight,12/24h Display,Blue
Stylish Stylish Alarm Clock Wake You Up in The MorningIt is a compact modern looking alarm clock with big digits which is easily read even from across the room.Simply flip the clock to the ON side to turn the alarm on;flip it to the OFF side to turn the alarm off.Easy peasy!The Alarm sound for 2 minutes and snooze every 5 minutes from low to high frequency.Turn the sensor on,the clock will be automatically lightened up in dark so the digits are easy to read but its not bright to affect your sleep.Turn the sensor off if you dont want the light.It is a perfect travel companion with you on the journey.Also for home,office as you like.Easy to set time and alarmPress and hold SET button 3 seconds to make hour/min digits flash,then press HR+/HR- & MIN+/MIN- to set hour and minute you need.Afterwards,press SET button again to set 12/24 format. Finally press SET button to finish the time settings. The alarm function is activated when the clock is flipped to the ON side.There will be a clock icon at the lower right corner on screen to indicate the alarm is on; Directly press HR+/HR- & MIN+/MIN-buttons to set the alarm. Tips:During the process of time or alarm setting,press and hold HR+/HR- & MIN+/MIN- buttons to increase/decrease numbers quickly.Clock Features-Flip alarm on/off-Modern design,lightweight-Compact size,big digits-Loud alarm,repeating snooze-Snooze/backlight touch pad-12/24hr Switch-Sensor soft light in dark-Low power consumption-Dimension:4.7x2.8x1.4inch-Require 2pcs AAA batteries(not included)Package include1 x Alarm clock1 x Instruction manual

$13.99



LEGO Kids' 9005718 DC Super Heroes Batman Mini-Figure Light Up Alarm Clock
LEGO Kids' 9005718 DC Super Heroes Batman Mini-Figure Light Up Alarm Clock
Help save Gotham City with this new iconic LEGO DC Universe Super Heroes Batman clock! The perfect addition to every LEGO DC Universe Super Heroes collection, the decor features a digital, lighted display and alarm clock. The snooze and backlight functions are activated by pushing down on the minifigures head.

$24.99
-$5.00(-17%)



Avengers Assemble Night Glow Character Alarm Clock, Av-346
Avengers Assemble Night Glow Character Alarm Clock, Av-346
Wake up with your favorite superheroes day after day when you've got this awesome alarm clock made just for kids! The super cool graphics and built-in nightlight are sure to please any fan of the hit movie. From the big screen to your bedroom, the Avengers always have your back.

$19.99



Creatov Alarm Clock with Infrared Laser Gun - Black
Creatov Alarm Clock with Infrared Laser Gun - Black
Let The Creatov® Gun Alarm Clock Bring Fun To Waking Up in the MorningGetting up in the morning is one of the most difficult things for most people to do in the world. Sometimes people throw their alarm clocks when they go off. These days people might even accidentally throw their phones that they use as alarm clocks too. Why risk that damage when you can buy an alarm clock made specifically for being used as a target--such as the one of a kind Creatov® Gun Alarm Clock. This is set that features both a clock and gun that comes with realistic shooting sound effects to enhance the fun shooting activity.Start your day off with a BANG with our exciting 12 hour Gun & Target Alarm Clock Set. The moment you take out this gun and shoot the target it goes into snooze mode. With this clock you can record your own wake up message or music too. We give you the ability to completely personalize and control your wake up recordings to make the experience all that much more exciting. Your recording plays for about 3 minute and right after the target will pop up on the clock. That's your cue to grab your gun and shoot the bull's eye. When you shoot once it goes to normal mode, when you shoot it five times in the hard mode it gives you another five minutes of sleep! Just press down on the main button to return it back to normal mode. The fun to be had with this alarm clock is so much that it is great for both kids and adults! Take control of your wake up experience today and let the Creatov® Gun Alarm Clock take you there.Product Information:- Comes with a Gun & Alarm Clock- Needs 4AA Batteries- Gun Comes With Realistic Sound Effects- Two Target Practice Games for Indoor Play- Alarm Stops Once You Hit Center of Target with Laser

$59.99
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Anmire Progressively Louder Wakey Digital Alarm Clock, Silent with Sensor Light + Night Light Repeating Snooze Date Temperature 5.4 " Large LCD Display (Blue)
Anmire Progressively Louder Wakey Digital Alarm Clock, Silent with Sensor Light + Night Light Repeating Snooze Date Temperature 5.4 " Large LCD Display (Blue)
Aminer only sell high quality products. Purchase good materials with high price and implement strict production quality control process. Once purchase, forever trust. We believe that quality is for life. Large Bold Numbers Digital Clock• 5" unit with 4.2"x2" large display. This is easy to read in the dark. Multi Function• Time (12/24), Calendar (MM/DD), Temperature (C), Alarm (ON/OFF).Smart Night Light• If you turn turn on the light sensor, it will automatically detect when the room goes dark and then light up the display panel.Home Alarm Clock and Travel Alarm Clock• This doesn't take up much space if you have small nightstand. Very lightweight. Great for traveling. Repeat Snooze Function• When alarm is activated, press top button, beeps temporarily suspends and will sound again 5 minutes later. If you switch to Alarm off, it will stop beeping.Smart and Lightweight• Very lightweight. Great for traveling. This doesn't take up much space if you have small nightstand. Alarm Clock Battery Operated and Energy-saving• 3 * AAA batteries Required (not included). This clock runs on batteries and don't warry about power off.Best Service and Guarantee/Warranty• 12months year warranty for defects. Any problem, please contact us freely.Packing List• 1 x Digital Clock • 1 x User Manual

$25.99
-$18.00(-69%)



LEGO Time Teacher 9005008 Blue Set with Plastic Watch, Constructible Clock, and Activity Cards
LEGO Time Teacher 9005008 Blue Set with Plastic Watch, Constructible Clock, and Activity Cards
Learn to tell the time with LEGO®! This fantastic LEGO® Time Teacher Blue educational resource includes all of the tools needed to make learning the time fun and easy. Each pack includes a LEGO® minifigure link watch, a constructible demonstration clock and a set of illustrated time teaching activity cards.

$29.99


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