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VC10 Vibrating Alarm Clock System

Order Code: 230-310

£40.99 ex. VAT

£49.19 inc. VAT

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The VC10 is a stylish, battery-powered alarm clock connected by a lead to a slim pad which is placed under your pillow. When the alarm time is reached the alarm clock sounds and at the same time the pad under your pillow vibrates.

The vibrations and buzzer become continuous rather than pulsing if the clock is not switched off after a few seconds. The clock has an easy to read analogue dial. It features a backlight, a snooze facility and, if required, the option to turn off the audible alarm so that you are woken only by the vibrating pad under your pillow.





  • An analogue battery powered alarm clock
  • A slim battery powered pad with connecting lead
  • 4 x AA alkaline batteries (one for the clock and 3 for the pad)
  • Operating instructions

Technical Information


Power supply: 1x AA LR6 1.5 V battery
Alarm duration: 40 minutes

Vibrating pillow: 

Power supply: 3x AA LR6 1.5 V batteries
Connecting cable: 2 m

Clock: 85x120x50mm

Pad: 30x85x85mm

Product Q&A


Without my hearing-aids in place, I hear almost nothing. I've abandoned a number of clocks whose alarms are simply not enough to wake me and don't want to risk the same thing happening again. Does this clock REALLY have a loud alarm? I realise that this is a hard question to answer but I'd appreciate honesty.

Sarabec's Reply:

The alarm sound on this clock is not particularly loud, it mainly uses its vibrating pad to wake the user up. if you want something extremely loud then look at this product


How will I know when the batteries need replacing?

Sarabec's Reply:

The clock battery last a very long time, probably in excess of 3-4 years, and the clock would just cease to function when the battery is depleted. The vibrating pad has its own batteries and there is a low battery indicator built into the pad.

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