Analogue Chess Timer
This is a mechanical timer with two clocks and all settings are made manually. The timer runs on a spring, easy to rewind when the clock stops ticking. The timer can be fixed by a watchmaker. The BHB Analogue clock is very sturdy, can take rough handling and comes in a plastic outer casing which is supplied in the colours: Toffee brown, dark red (burgundy), dark green, dark blue and black. Other colours are available in orders of 50 or more.
The BHB Digital timer is a sturdy digital timer with all the pre-programmed match settings of internationally rated tournaments that allows for time increment per move. Works with two AA batteries. Colour: toffee brown. Manufactured in Poland.
FIDE accredited game timer with pre-programmed match settings of internationally rated tournaments that allows for time increment per move. Works with two AA batteries. Colours: maroon (burgundy or dark red) and beige. The XL model is also designed to be attached to the DGT Electronic wooden chess board as used in International championships.
FIDE accredited game timer with pre-programmed match settings of internationally rated tournaments that allows for time increment per move. Works with two AA batteries. Colour: maroon (burgundy or dark red). Manufactured in China.
This is a unique pocket size digital chess clock. This special clock can generate all the 960 starting positions of the Fischer Random Chess. Chess 960 was conceived and developed by Bobby Fischer. He presented his invention on 19 June 1996 in Argentina. By starting every game with a different starting position, the theory of openings would become less important, players would be required to think again instead of remembering opening theory published in books. Settings include normal time per player settings as well as adding bonus time per move and a "flag" when time has run out. User manual included.
The DGT Pyramid is designed to be used with all kind of board games played with four players. The DGT Pyramid can provide a time limit per player for the complete game or for each player's turn (as in the QUATRO CHESS GAME). By applying time limits thinking time becomes easier to control. Pamphlet with full instructions of game options, general use and the changing of settings, how to replace the battery, etc. is included.
All clocks that work with batteries. Batteries are not included at the point of sale. Batteries should be removed from a timer which is not used regularly. Generally, electronic and digital timers should be handled with great care, stored in a place with a moderate temperature, not be exposed to sunlight for an extended time, (e.g. in a car parked outside), or placed near a heater/cooler for an extended period of time.