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Why do I need a travel clock?
When most of us travel, we’re usually on some kind of schedule and will need a clock with us at all times. Whether it’s meetings or early flights, having a clock on hand will help you arrive on time, every time. Even though wake up calls are widely available in most hotels, a travel clock is a bit less jarring in the morning than a blaring phone and a recording. They also have one feature that most wake up calls don’t – a snooze button.
Travel clocks come in all shapes and sizes, most are compact for easy packing. With so many different styles to choose from it can be hard to make a decision of what’s best for us. Consider your eyesight in the morning when deciding between the large display or the smaller, less readable one.
If you’re the type of person who easily looses small things, you may want to select a larger model that you can easily find. There’s nothing worse than having to dig through a suitcase right before bed just to find your clock.
You may be wondering why you would need a travel clock if you already wear a watch. The answer is simple: Get and atomic travel clock. Today atomic travel clocks are available for easy travel. They’re lightweight, stylish and will automatically update time when moving in between time zones. As long as the atomic travel clock in within US territory, it will adjust itself to be within seconds of official government time. The atomic clock never needs to be reset so you always know exactly what time it is.
The travel clock has made leaps and bounds from that old wind up with bells. There are even “invisible” travel clocks that you can place under your pillow that will vibrate to wake you up. Still think you want that wake up call? Weigh the options of waking up to a jarring loudly ringing phone or a gentle vibration to ease you awake. Worried tha the vibrations won’t wake you up? Don’t. These invisible travel clocks can come with up to 12 alarms to wake you up. You can choose if you want them all to be vibrations, or a combination of audio alarm mixed with the vibrations.
Before you pack for your next trip, pick up your most important travel companion, the travel clock. Pick out one that works for you and don’t forget to listen to the different alarm settings so you can choose the one that’s best for you.
About the Author: John Gibb is the owner of Travel Clock sources
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