Back to schooltime has arrived and it is time to get all the things you will need for back to school. One thing you will need and use every day is an alarm clock. How else are you going to make it to class after those late night study sessions? That is where the Moshi clock radio comes in.
The first thing you hear when you wake up is usually your alarm clock. Therefore, don't you want an alarm clock that sounds great? The Moshi Voice Control Digital Clock Radio is fully voice controlled and equipped with premium speakers to play radio, MP3 player, or sleep sounds. The Moshi Voice Control Digital Clock is the first to use the Quick Set Alarm Buttons. Just select one of the two alarms and Moshi Clock will politely ask you at what time and alarm sound you wish to be woken up to. It is so simple anyone could use. Make sure to get yours for back to school today.
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