ZMF-II Chess Clock - Clear with Blue LED

$59.93
$68.11
$68.11
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Brand: ZMARTFUN

Product Code
ZMF2CBE
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The ZMFII Digital Chess Clock offers the chess player a tremendous value balancing function, features, reliability, and looks at an amazing price. The clock features a bright LED screen that is easy to see and read with touch buttons on top for an easy and reliable time change between players. The menus are simple to use with programmable tournament modes and less common modes such as hourglass. It also includes options for other games including Go, Scrabble, and Shogi. The clock uses 4 C batteries that will provide up to 1600 hours of use. And best of all, this clock was designed and is made in America!

Features:

  • Clock Dimensions: 7” x 3.5” x 2.125”
  • Stainless steel touch sensing buttons.
  • Very easy to program menus.
  • Delay, Increment, Hourglass, Scrabble programmable between 1 and 40 minutes (New Feature), and Byo-yomi timing modes.
  • Delay can be displayed in three different modes (New Feature)!
  • Programmable tournament modes with and without move counter.
  • Three-time controls available.
  • Double click option prevents clock to be reset when it is paused. (New Feature).
  • Three different preset settings/modes can be kept in memory at all times.
  • Highly accurate clock (New electronics added).
  • Sound and LED indicators can be turned off.
  • Clock can be used for nearly every competitive two-player board game like Scrabble, Shogi, and Go.
  • Low power consumption. Batteries should provide power for more than 1600 hours of use under normal conditions (compare to 600 hours of use that other clocks offer).
  • Very strong plastic enclosure to protect your clock
  • Transparent windows for the displays are made of high impact resistance polycarbonate (this is the same material used in the thick barriers of transparent plastic used in teller's windows in banks).