Perfect for night standGinaReally like this little clock. It is very functional!5
Definition of an all-in-one!!!FelixDefinition of an all-in-one!!!5
Would purchase againTiffanyI have several of these for each room5
This is amazing in guestDonaldThis is amazing in guest rooms or for traveling. Great gift.5
Love the little clock BUTBoThe face does not stay lit. Hard to see. A little disappointing.5
Perfect SizeSharonWish i could turn on the loud beep it makes when you check the time. Especially in the middle of the night, very annoying.3
love this watch so much!Hristinalove this watch so much!5
Neat gadget!AleneBought for Xmas presents.5
Small clock and usefulJUAN L.Small clock and useful5
Works great, awesome gift.LindaWorks great, awesome gift.5
Works very wellANDREWorks very well5
Klockis: Cute and multi-functional, easy to setCarolKlockis is an adorable, multi-functional informative (fun) cube that does time, date, day, year, temperature, timer, and alarm. The clock may be set to 12-hour (AM and PM) or 24-hour, and the temperature may be set to Fahrenheit or Celsius. It is easy to set, and the different functions light up for a few seconds in individual colors when it is turned (the top indicates the current function) or a button on the back is pressed. The alarm and timer sound is really loud enough, unlike some small timers and travel alarms.5
Good small digital clockShi-Hsia H.Great little multifunction gadget. The only thing I don't like is that the beeps when you are setting the time or alarm are super loud. I have verified the thermometer function by putting it in the fridge.4
Cheap & niceTomCheap & nice4
Another IKEA novel itemCarolI really enjoy this clock--easy to set and easy to read. And it is fun.5
multi clockMINWOmulti clock5
Great multifunctional clockAshleyMy kids love this clock... it's easy for them to just turn it over to start a time when they are wanting top take turns with a toy. I love that it remembers the last timer that we set; it's a nice little function I didn't expect.5
travel clockMARY B.This clock was at a hotel we stayed at and I loved it. Happy to find it available on my next trip to Ikea.5
Great products!PAULGreat products!5
It’s valuable.jiaIt’s valuable.5
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PET and PP our most commonly used plastics
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