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Minecraft TNT Alarm Clock

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Supplied in a full-colour, branded printed gift box this is the perfect present for any Minecraft fan or gamer. Plus any collector of official Minecraft merchandise will welcome this addition into their collection of memorabilia.

The alarm will wake you with the TNT sounds as featured in this awesome game. The large reverse LED white on black display is also easy to read even with those blurry early morning eyes.

Designed with details that stay true to the famously pixelated video game, this Minecraft TNT Alarm Clock is powered by USB (cable included) and also has a mood light function to create the perfect ambience in your bedroom, gaming den, or man cave.

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Wake up alarm? More like a soothing sleep noise!

The clock is cute and easy to use. The light works well and the clock part is bright. HOWEVER - the 'explosion' sound it makes for the alarm is really quiet and you can't turn it up. My son, who this is for, is hard of hearing so he's got no chance of it waking him, but it wouldn't wake me either. The sound is actually quite soothing. I'd recommend this as a clock and nightlight, but its a terrible alarm clock. As well as being a volume button, it could do with having the option to take batteries instead of just USB power, too, for people who want it by their bed not their computer.

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