LEGO Clock Radio
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The Lego clock radio can be found online at many sites, for as little as £16.95. Available in red, the Lego radio offers an LED readout and speakers on either end of a replica of a Lego brick. The Lego clock offers a back light on the display that can be set to off, on or high for your child’s preference. The Lego clock radio offers an alarm as well to help your child get up in the mornings. A selector for radio or buzzer is located on the front, large enough for your child to use and read easily. An AM and FM selector is available on the front as well as a radio on and off button, so the option is there to simply use the alarm function. Time set buttons for the hour and minute as well as the alarm set buttons for hour and minute are available, and an alarm on and off and snooze button.
The Lego clock radio offers the Lego design and the Lego brand name that is known for durability and quality of children’s toys. The Lego name is placed on the front right side of the radio, next to the LED display. The display is lit in red with black numbers for easy viewing. The top of the Lego clock offers the Lego name on each of the two areas that make up the top of the Lego radio. The alarm function allows you to set the alarm to wake up to a buzz or your favorite radio station, so your child will have years of fun growing with Lego.
This unit came out September 11, 2009 and has sold out every time it has hit the shelves. The leading creator of children’s toys, the top knobs on the unit work as tuner and volume knobs for little hands to use. Stackable, the Lego radio will fit anywhere and offers the use of a battery backup with 4 AA batteries that are not included. Along with the Lego CD stereo, your child can have his or her own little Lego corner in their room full of Lego toys and electronics. The unit is exactly 10 times the size of a Lego brick, and any fan of Lego systems will gladly accept this stereo. Used by millions of teens and kids everywhere, it is no wonder these seem to fly off the shelves.