Would love to review this clock, as it looks like a nifty item. But after placing my order back in early September I was informed that they're back-ordered for three months. OK, disappointing, I wish the website had indicated they weren't in stock, but these things happen. Today (10/4/11) I received a request to review an item I'm not scheduled to receive for at least six more weeks, and checking the website, it still doesn't indicate they aren't currently available.
So, not a review, but a suggestion: Find a way to get the web people talking to the inventory people, and the customer service folks checking in with the shipping crew.
Just a thought. (Posted on 10/4/11)
I really liked this item on my 1100 Honda. But when I switched to a Buell Ulysses it will run for a while then stop. Changed batts, but no better. Sat on my kitchen cabinet all winter and kept perfect time, but it just don't like the Buell.
I've had this little clock on my Sportster for 6 years now. It has kept accurate time in every weather, I've ridden in all kinds of weather temps from 25 F to 122 F, Rain, Blistering Sun, Fog and Hail, and this little clock has taken all of it and never missed a second. I've gone through 3 Batteries and had to replace the plastic clip part last year.
This was one of the best purchases I've made, ever. (Posted on 2/5/09)
I had one that I moved from the Kawasaki to the Sportster for two years. Yeah...yeah I know Kawa & Harley together...so sue me... anyway I really liked the clock it was great. Then after two years it went down. New battery didn't make it work. I will get a new one just like it though. (Posted on 8/13/08)
hi thanckyou for such nice gift ,,for this price is just perfect its only smal proablem the key is broken and dosen.t make sence to send them back becose is goto cost me double i recomend whith one condition you live close to the wearhouse. (Posted on 12/9/07)
Have mine 5 years through heat/rain (Florida, Georgia), heat/cold/rain (Germany, Denmark), works fine, one battery replacement. Beats taking glove off to check time while riding. Should have had one earlier, been riding since 1951. (Posted on 9/13/07)