Amazon Echo Wall Clock Works With Alexa And Discounted To Just $24.99 Today [$5 Off]

If there is one thing that an Amazon Echo device is great for, it’s setting timers. If you’re in the kitchen in particular, using an Echo to set a timer for different parts of cooking a meal is pretty awesome. The only problem is you have to ask how long is left on each timer. Not so, if you have an Echo Wall Clock. And right now it’s $5 off, too.

The Echo Wall Clock is an analog clock that connects to your existing Echo devices and then displays not only the time, but also how long is left on any running timers. Little bars around the clock’s face light up to show how long is left on timers, and it’s all pretty great.

Normally this clock would sell for around $30, but right now, there’s $5 off.

Buy: Amazon Echo Wall Clock from Amazon: $24.99 | Original price: $30

Echo Wall Clock helps you stay organized and on time.
Easy-to-read analog clock shows the time of day.
Digital 60 LED display shows one, or multiple, timers set through a paired Echo device.
Syncs time to a paired Echo device, including automatic adjustments for daylight saving time.
Requires a compatible Echo device, including Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Show, Echo Plus, Echo Spot, or Echo Input.

The clock itself is 10-inches in diameter and is a nice charcoal black color. It’s a very modern look, as you might expect, and it’s going to look right at home in your… home. Just remember you need an Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Show, Echo Plus, Echo Spot, or Echo Input in order for this to work. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work with the Fire TV lineup.

We’re huge fans of the Echo Wall Clock because we hate having to ask Alexa how long is left on timers all the time. Now, you can just glance up at the wall and see how long is left without having to talk to your smart speaker all the time. It’s so simple, we wonder how we ever lived without it.

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