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Brand:  DayClox

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DIGITAL CALENDAR CLOCK - Easy to select any one display on the screen for how you want it to look.

Research has shown, different choices of screen displays does help a wider selection of users.

DayClox created the original 8 inch Digital Clock with “Easy to Read” Day, Time and Date, requiring just a quick glance.  Especially favoured for not including other features that could confuse, or distract it from its purpose. It can be Wall Hanging or Self Standing for use in almost any environment, home or office

10 years of continued research improvement found some displays easier for different people to include, Colour Blindness, Macular Degeneration, Dementia and Alzheimer's. We now introduce the choice of the standard black screen with white lettering or Black lettering on a White background often described as Newspaper print,  available in all 15 languages. Plus in English Only, an extra text line and a dual screen Black & White or Red, White & Blue coloured display choice.

DayClox i8 / 15 Model features  15 built-in languages:

  • 1, French,
  • 2, German,
  • 3, Italian,
  • 4, Dutch,
  • 5, Spanish,
  • 6, Polish,
  • 7, Welsh,
  • 8,Hebrew,
  • 9, Russian,
  • 10, Portuguese,
  • 11, Greek,
  • 12, Finish,
  • 13, Swedish,
  • 14, Norwegian,
  • 15, English, 
  • 15+ English Only 4 Line with Colour Display

12 Month Guarantee. Plus our clocks qualify for Tax Exemption - Saving 20% VAT for EU Residents


  • Wall Hanging or Self Standing (with built in stand)
  • Dual Time mode – 12 or 24 hour.
  • Dual Date mode – (British) - dd/mm/yyyy or (American) - mm/dd/yyyy.
  • Multi-Lingual Display 15 Languages 
  • Power adaptor – 100-250 V AC – Output DC 5 volt 1 amp (Select Type)
  • 6 foot (1.8 m) cable fitted with suitable plug for users’ location.
  • Memory Back-up - Retains and updates setting when loss of power.
  • Silent in operation
  • Night dimmer from 9 pm (21.00  hrs) to 6  am (06.00 hrs)
  • The clock is designed to stay connected to the power supply at all times.
  • Daylight savings time changes require user adjustment
  • Clock accuracy is +/- 0.02%
  • White plastic frame: 8" LED Screen (203 mm) diagonal - 6.4 (162 mm) wide x 4.8 (122 mm) high.
  • Overall Size: 8.55" (217 mm) wide x 6.76" (173 mm) high - 0.9 (25 mm) deep.
  • Character Heights: Day: 0.95" (24.33 mm) - Time: 1.43" (36.5 mm) - Date: 0.38" (9.45 mm).
  • Net weight: 465 g, (excluding power adaptor) Shipping weight: 780 g (with power adaptor).

Please Note: We strongly recommend that these clocks are not sent direct to people living with Alzheimer's & Dementia as initial set up may require assistance.

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This product qualifies for VAT Relief

This means that if you or the person you are buying the clock for has a chronic disability and you do not have to pay VAT on this product.

What is VAT Relief for the disabled?

VAT Relief for the disabled is a government scheme that allows the zero-rating of VAT on certain goods if conditions are met.

How do I place an order & claim VAT Relief?

  • Add any products that you would like to buy to your basket.
  • Ensure the VAT Exempt/|Relief box is Ticked.
  • VAT will be removed from any of the qualifying products

Finally, we will then ask you for the necessary information during the checkout procedure.

What information do I need to provide?

You will need the following information:

  • The name of the individual that qualifies for VAT Relief and a summary of their condition.  Mrs M Smith - Memory Loss   or   Mr J Smith - Dementia

What qualifies as being "chronically sick or disabled"?

Common examples of chronic disabilities include (but are not limited to); Alzheimer's, any form of dementia, Parkinson's, arthritis, blindness, deafness, physical disability.  You can also simply classify the conditions as "Memory Loss".

Temporary disabilities such as broken bones, or even postoperative confusion, are not classed as chronic disabilities or impairments.