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Al-Haramain Wall Clock HA.4009


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  • Brand: Al-Harameen

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Complete Athan for all five prayers and high quality with control switch Prayer times for most cities around the world with determining the direction of Qibla * Hijri and Gregorian calendar with weekdays display DC 6V power outlet Six calendars supported in clock programming * Automatic alarm for Al Fajr prayer * Alarm for work or schools * Temperature display: * The ability of adjusting the difference of prayer times for the suburbs of the approved cities in the clock * The ability to choose summer or normal time for countries that use this system. * Quiet alarm for prayer (if the call to prayer is closed) * One-time beep: In addition to Al Fajr prayer alarm and work alarm, the clock contains an additional alarm called a one-day alarm that can be used as an alarm for special appointments. * Snooze feature: When this feature is on, the alarm rings again after five minutes until the alarm is completely closed * Gradual alarm sound: The alarm sounds gradually up. The ability to connect external headphones


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