Citizen’s high-tech Smart Clock CC5012 represents the next generation in wall clocks that combine a traditional analog display with connected functionality to offer significantly expanded features beyond what you would normally associate with a simple wall-mounted clock. At a quick glance, the CC5012 Smart Clock looks like a standard 10” wall clock and by itself, it is more than capable of accurately keeping track of the time of day - just like any other stationary three-handed clock.
However, when paired to an Echo-equipped device, Citizen’s CC5012 Smart Clock is able to benefit from the latest connected technology and it is capable of offering advanced features such as automatic time synchronization and multiple user-programmable timers, which can be tracked using the Citizen Smart Clock’s integrated 60 LED display that runs along the periphery of its dial. Plus, when paired with an Echo device, the Smart Clock CC5012 is even capable of automatically adjusting itself throughout the year to compensate for daylight savings time.
- Size: 10”
- Color: White
- Features: Echo Compatible, Multiple Timers, 60 LED Display, Automatic Time Synchronization and Adjustments though Echo
- Battery: 4 x C-Cell
- Model Number: CC5012
With a history that dates back to the founding of the Shokosha Watch Research Institute in 1918, Citizen Watch Co. was formally established in 1930 with the goal of creating high-quality yet accessible timepieces for the Japanese market. Headquartered in Nishitokyo, Tokyo, Japan, Citizen is one of the world's largest and most vertically-integrated watch manufacturers. In addition to producing timepieces under its own name, Citizen also serves as the parent company for a number of other brands including Bulova, Alpina, Arnold & Son, Frederique Constant, Campanola, and Miyota. Citizen’s list of horological accomplishments is both long and impressive, including everything from creating Japan’s first fully-waterproof wristwatch to currently holding the title for the world’s most accurate movement, which is capable of astonishing precision within just one second per year.