Lemnos Riki Alarm Clock Review

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Lemnos Riki Alarm Clock is built with pure walnut, repurposed material left over from the manufacturing of other clock frames. The result is a table clock that is pure, unique and natural, with each clock having its own individual characteristics, from dents in the branding to the pattern of the wood grain. The same texture of wood grain does not exist on our Best Alarm Clock in 2020 though there are a wide number of other alarm clocks.

Why We Like It – Lemnos Riki Alarm Clock

The Lemnos Riki Alarm Clock is a beautifully designed, classic alarm clock by Japanese designer Riki Watanbe. With its silent ‘sweep movement’, snooze function and built-in light, the Riki alarm clock is easily a Best-seller. The simple form of the solid wooden frame is beautifully hand polished and lacquered in two classic finishes: White and Grey.

Pros
  • A more consistent spray
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Can be easily used by newbies
Cons
  • Arms can bend easily

Performance

While a nice wooden clock with fine craftsmanship the small clock functions fine though the face of the clock has no glass according to customer reviews if not careful the arms can be bent and scratch up the wood.

Design

Designed by Riki Watanabe this wooden alarm clock uses the leftover parts and held together by ABS resin making every clock unique with each one having its own dents and scratch to be different unlike related products like the American Lifetime Premium Day Clock that will all be the same. One last important note is the Lemnos Riki Alarm Clock doesn’t have a snooze button, just an off switch.

Value

With free shipping in the United States it’s a nice and cheap clock for anyone in the need for a clock. Far cheaper then the LBell LB01 Sunrise Alarm Clock though there isn’t a signal light on the clock.

Lemnos Riki Alarm Clock Wrap Up

While not as cheap as a clock like the $13.97 Travelway Home LED Digital Alarm Clock but as said before each one is different but with the flaw of not having a front plate to protect the weaker arms.

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Adam Dziedzic

I've been fascinated with tech ever since I opened up my early toys. Nowadays I don't just want to be able to enjoy my games and gadgets, but I also want to understand how they work. Been gaming since I was 5. Started with the Super Nintendo and worked my way up.

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