The Station alarm clock was designed for H.J. Hansen, manager of Lauritz Knudsen, who saw potential in Arne Jacobsen as a young architect in 1939. Comprised of a petrol blue case and white face in a glossy hard PE body, curved crystal, and IP gold stainless steel feet, the clock is a welcomed addition to a nightstand or desk. It's unobtrusive, making it an excellent choice for a variety of interior spaces. A timeless classic, the alarm clock includes special IC alarm and a LED light.
Lens: Polycarbonate crack-resistant lens
Dimensions: Ø: 4.3” x H: 4.5”
Materials: Glossy ABS case with IP gold stainless steel base
Movement: Quiet precision quartz
Third Hand Alarm: Bell alarm, IC motion sensor, snooze function (5 times at 10 minute intervals). Remove easy-off back cover to set clock and alarm.
Battery: 2 pcs. AA 1,5V (not included)Arne Emil Jacobsen, Hon. FAIA 11 February 1902 – 24 March 1971 was a Danish architect and furniture designer. He is remembered for his contribution to architectural functionalism and for the worldwide success he enjoyed with simple well-designed chairs.