Amazon Pulls Echo Wall Clock Over Connectivity Issues

Amazon has pulled its Echo Wall Clock over concerns about connectivity issues, just a little over a month since it began shipping the product.


The Wall Clock’s lack of availability on the Amazon website was first spotted by The Wall Street Journal‘s Joanna Stern before being confirmed by Amazon in a statement given to The Verge.

“We’re aware that a small number of customers have had issues with connectivity. We’re working hard to address this and plan to make Echo Wall Clock available again in the coming weeks.”

Announced in September along with several other Alexa-enabled products, Amazon’s Wall Clock costs $29.99 and performs the expected Alexa and Echo tasks while also telling the time.

It runs on four AA batteries and connects to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi for setup, but requires the user to own a standard Echo to access all the features, which include displaying timers on the clock face.

Customers who received a clock before they were delisted and have experienced connectivity issues are advised to contact Amazon to arrange a refund.

This article, “Amazon Pulls Echo Wall Clock Over Connectivity Issues” first appeared on MacRumors.com


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