Lascelles Radio Controlled Wall Clock, Black

We like it because...

it automatically updates to the accurate time, so you won't over sleep when the clocks need to be changed for Daylight Saving. 

Product information

 This bold wall clock features a red case and black Arabic numerals.

A radio controlled clock will ensure you’re never late again. It works by synchronising with a radio transmitter connected to an atomic clock in Anthorn, Cumbria. It will run on its own continuously and check for accuracy at a certain time everyday, which means you’ll never have to prepare for Daylight Savings again; it’ll update automatically.

Eligible for International Delivery
1 year
Power Supply
1 x AA battery included


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Q & As

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love this! We brought this clock for our feature wall in our living room and love it so much! It goes really well with our oak shelving and black photo frames. It updates the day light saving times automatically which is great! It is definitely a keeper for life! 17 November 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by clock face not as advertised Returned item as the face was a light brown , dirty cream any colour but the White that was expected 24 September 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice looking product - silver Bought for living room of new home, fits the bill exactly. 02 June 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by nice looking clock very pleased with the look of the clock. It took a few attempts to get it to lock on to the right time but seems to be OK now. 02 June 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not as pictured I had the black version for a long time and loved it. When it broke I decided to replace it with the silver version as it'd match the newly painted kitchen better. However the clock face is a dark cream and not white as it appears in some of the pictures. Sadly I had to return as it doesn't match the lovely shades of white in the kitchen. 28 March 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Looks great! Really like the look of this clock on the wall. Took a couple of hours for it to sync initially, ended up leaving it alone for it to do it itself and then it was fine. 20 January 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Clock A lovely time piece. Friends always comment on it. 18 November 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Seduced by technology --- again! Far from spending zero time tending this nice-looking device (though I become increasingly concerned about the authenticity of the numerals, which don't look QUITE right), we have to cajole, change, reset and generally fiddle with it at least twice a week. It may indeed be radio-controlled, but either the controller is psychotic, or more boring but much more likely (as a previous London reviewer mentioned) the signal isn't getting through (we did the experiment of transplanting it to the middle and upper floors of our town house, but its errant ways were clearly stubborn). We've made a couple of errors in appointments through it being an hour or two ahead or behind, but it has recently taken to doing plus or minus 40 minutes, sometimes for a couple of days at a stretch, which fortunately doesn't fool us.The point is, though, that it doesn't really matter whether a kitchen clock is accurate to the nearest millisecond or not (and since digital radio pips are now delayed -- I think, compared with the straightforward VHF signal -- I'm not certain that anyone knows the REAL time any more). Serves me right for thinking that technology is an answer to anything as routine as whether you're going to be 30 seconds too early for an appointment. Watching the hands run round under their own steam is amusing the first time, but its entertainment value palls surprisingly quickly. Re-setting the hands involves poking a pointy thing into the reset button (that's pretty retro itself, actually), holding it there, and doing so for up to 5 minutes. We will keep it as a reminder of the fragility of life and evanescence of technology; but if you live in a built up area and need it to time the school run, I'd stick with that hand-wound carriage clock your dad got as a retirement present in 1977, and still doesn't miss a trick. 19 August 2014
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