Never Forget To Set

February 23, 2012 at 5:32 pm | Posted in Current Products | 1 Comment
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It’s hard to believe, but Daylight Saving Time is just around the corner (March 11th). I LOVE when it arrives, because it means Spring is not far behind. What I don’t love? Remembering to change my clock. Ugh! I have a lot of clocks too. You never realize how many you have until it comes to this time of year (and when we fall back).

What I have started to do is replace my clocks with Set and Forget Clocks.

Set & Forget Clock

Set & Forget Clock

Why? Because these nifty clocks remember to do the time switch for you. How cool is that? Another neat feature – they automatically reset if the power goes off. I live in a windy area and my power goes off a lot. It’s a great feeling knowing I do not have to fiddle with those tiny buttons. It also gives me peace of mind knowing that my alarm will always work and be set to the correct time. We have many different models to choose from, including one that projects time on your wall (fyi).

So, now that we are “Springing Forward”, do you have any big plans? We’ve had a mild winter here, but I still look forward to the first tulips blooming, the first 70 degree day of the year (ah, can’t wait) and going outside without a jacket. Patience my friends, patience.

Spring color is coming!

Spring color is coming!

Here’s to a Spring in your step!




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  1. This would save me time when I am daylight saving around the house changing all the times on my clocks. I would love the non-projecting one.

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