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Got a Disney fan in your life? Want to get a jump on your holiday gift shopping? That's a double "yes" for most of us. Well, Amazon's here to help on both fronts: It's now got the Echo Wall Clock: Disney Mickey Mouse Edition for just $38 (down from$50). Here's your chance to show your love for the Disneyphile in your life, while also keeping them delighted, organized and more importantly, on time (see, there's something in it for you too!).
The device features the iconic Mickey on a 10-inch wall clock, while his cute little hands are used as the clock’s hour and minute hands. Plus, since it’s Alexa-enabled, it pairs easily with every Echo device—including Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Show 5 and much more. (Note: In order to work properly, the clock needs to be paired to an Echo device.)
Here’s how it works: Once you sync it to your home’s Wi-Fi network via the Alexa app on your smartphone, just say “Alexa, set up my Echo Wall Clock.” And that’s it! The Echo Wall Clock: Disney Mickey Mouse Edition will set to the correct time. And oh yeah: It'll automatically adjust for daylight savings time.
“For us, this clock was the easiest setup ever,” added a delighted shopper. “Took it out of the box, put batteries in and told our Echo to set up the wall clock. The hands started moving and within about 30 seconds the time was set.”
The smart wall clock also doubles as a digital kitchen timer with 60 red LED lights to show you one or more set timers. It’s perfect for pulling together those big family meals...you know, like at holiday time, wink, wink.
Want something a little more classic? Amazon also has a traditional black and silver Echo Wall Clock on sale for just $29. It can do everything the Disney Mickey Mouse Edition can do, without the irrepressible rodent on its clockface. But if you ask us, Mickey’s just way too cute to pass up.
Melbourne Victory have maintained their perfect start to life under Tony Popovic with a commanding 3-0 win in their A-League Men clash with Brisbane Roar.A Kai Trewin own-goal and Nick D'Agostino's first strike of the season gave the hosts a first-half lead at AAMI Park on Sunday before Ben Folami nodded home to put the result beyond doubt early in the second stanza.
A rock fisherman has drowned off Dee Why Beach, on Sydney's Northern Beaches, after he was found struggling in the water.NSW Ambulance Paramedics responded to reports a person was struggling just before 3pm on Sunday.
Opener Abid Ali hit his fourth Test century to help Pakistan reach 4-203 at lunch amid Bangladesh spinners' domination on day three of the first cricket Test.Pakistan was 127 runs behind Bangladesh's first-innings total of 330.
Tim Southee struck twice in three balls as New Zealand blew away India's top order and reduced them to 5-84 to take charge of the opening Test in Kanpur.Shreyas Iyer, who smashed a century in the first innings of his debut Test at Green Park Stadium, was batting on 18 at lunch on day four with Ravichandran Ashwin on 20.
Jubilant George Kambosos Jr is challenging Australia's other title aspirants to follow their dreams overseas as he savours his place in boxing immortality as an undisputed world champion.Kambosos is the first Australian boxer in history to win three world-title belts in one fight after scoring a stunning upset win over previously unbeaten American Teofimo Lopez in New York.
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Winger Caitlin Foord says the Matildas will have a point to prove when they attempt to rebound from their opening loss to the United States in their second friendly clash in Newcastle.The Matildas went toe-to-toe with the world champions for much of Saturday's clash in front of a record crowd on home soil at Stadium Australia, but were left with the bitter taste of a 3-0 loss.
He's become the forgotten man of the Ashes selection puzzle, but paceman and perennial drinks runner Michael Neser looms as a bolter this summer.All the recent talk about team selection has centred around whether Alex Carey or Josh Inglis will replace Tim Paine as the Australian wicketkeeper.
Denmark has likely found the new Omicron COVID-19 variant in two people who arrived from South Africa, the country's health ministry says."The (health) authorities have a reasonable suspicion that we have the first two cases of the new Omicron variant in Denmark," Health Minister Magnus Heunicke said in a statement on Sunday.
George Kambosos Jnr has etched his name in Australian boxing folklore with a courageous points victory over trash-talking Teofimo Lopez in their unified lightweight championship grudge match in New York.As he boldly promised during the spiteful build-up, Kambosos is the new undisputed world champion after defying the odds to strip the previously unbeaten Lopez of his WBO, WBA and IBF titles with a mighty performance at Madison Square Garden.
A woman rescued off the NSW coast has been charged after her police rescuers allegedly found drugs in the boat.Water police responded to reports of a small vessel drifting near Shoal Bay, north of Newcastle after a mechanical failure on Saturday afternoon.
China could face more than 630,000 COVID-19 infections a day if it dropped its zero-tolerance policies by lifting travel curbs, according to a study by Peking University mathematicians.In the report published in China CDC Weekly by the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, the mathematicians said China could not afford to lift travel restrictions without more efficient vaccinations or specific treatments.
More Australian police are on their way to the troubled Solomon Islands, where calm is beginning to return after days of rioting.Prime Minister Scott Morrison says while tensions remain high in the capital Honiara, "there are no areas to our knowledge where there's been a loss of control".
The Phoenix Suns have extended their NBA winning streak to 16 games by accounting for the Brooklyn Nets 113-107.Playing for the second straight night to end a four-game trip, Phoenix never trailed and led by as many as 22 points while moving within a victory of matching the longest winning streak in franchise history.
Ashes hopeful Alex Carey blasted a century for South Australia in a timely return to batting form but it wasn't enough to prevent a six-wicket loss to Queensland in their one-day clash at Adelaide Oval.Carey top-scored for his side with 101 from 93 balls and combined with Henry Hunt (61) for a record-breaking 159-run opening stand before Gurinder Sandhu's second career hat-trick helped Queensland bowl out the hosts for 274.
13 might be unlucky for some but as far as Wellington Phoenix are concerned it's a positive omen.A 2-1 victory over the Central Coast Mariners in Wollongong on Saturday made it 13 A-League Men's games without loss stretching back to April.
Renters have seen the cost of keeping a roof over their heads skyrocket over the past year, making it harder to get ahead when wages have flatlined.Labor's housing spokesman Jason Clare says this is the biggest bill that millions of Australians pay every week and many are struggling to keep up.
Four new COVID-19 cases have been detected in the Northern Territory as concern also spreads to a remote community forced into lockdown.Lajamanu, south of Darwin, will stay in lockdown until December 11 after the virus was detected in wastewater sampling.