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The DGT North American clock uses 10 built-in algorithms to give a complete range of timing choices, plus elegant design to satisfy the most demanding chess player. Even multi-period delay settings are easy! Quick-set options permit instant set-up. Manual programming options are fast and intuitive and are automatically stored in memory. Of course our new digital timer is a superb chess clock, but it also times any two-person board gamelike Go, Shogi, Checkers, and Scrabble. All the bells and whistles, together with DGTs reputation for quality and accuracy.
As described very good product, and it arrived on time!
This is an excellent clock. It is very stable, very durable, and has many good pre-settings that can be easily used for various time controls. Two things it does NOT have are (1) a move counter, and (2) a visible delay or increment counter. In tournaments with a 5-second time delay, this may not make much difference, because most players can "feel" that 5 seconds. But for longer delay or increment, some players might benefit from seeing the delay counting down, e.g. 30-second delay. One tricky thing to keep in mind is that when manually setting the clock time, you need to set hours, minutes, AND seconds BEFORE setting the delay -- many people set the hours and minutes and then wrongly assume the next setting is for the delay, thereby incorrectly setting 60 minutes and 5 seconds and no delay when the time control is actually G/60 minutes with 5 seconds delay.
This Clock is very easy to use and less confusing. I love this Clock and it was worth every dollar.
I bought this clock over the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend for a tournament (since i forgot to bring my clock)
I have only used it for this one tournament, but i have to say that it does appear to be a very good clock.
Easy to set
Buttons are quiet
It appears to be able to hold up well in blitz
While it won't replace my Chronos, it would be a fine second choice.
I am not and never have been a great fan of the styling of this clock, or of the look and feel, and I think it's slightly overpriced for what you get. But I have to give it credit for being quicker and easier to set than just about any other clock available on the market.
As a scholastic chess coach, these are the clocks I favor using with my tournament sets. They are easy to set, very user friendly, and most importantly to me (as a librarian), they are quiet. Pressing the buttons gives tactile feedback but can be done without making much noise. Of course they give a satisfactory thunk when hit hard in blitz games, but non-barbarians can play softly and quietly.
Probably the best buy our club has ever had.
While I loved this clock, and it was easy to set, it stopped working suddenly right before a tournament. Perhaps it was banged up too much in my chess bag, but the durability was suspect
As good or better than Chronos and half the price.