- Quartz movement
- Light sensor
- Incl. 4 coloured magnetic birds and pendulum discs
- Size 4.13x 10.83x 10.83 inch , weight 2.2 lb
- Batteries: 3x LR14 / C-cell (not included)
Cuckoo clock meets modern design.
KOOKOO has revamped the traditional Cuckoo clock to give it contemporary new look. This sleek and understated timepiece is available in black, white and four limited-edition colours. Providing a quirky contrast, four different birds and pendulum disks in stylish colours are easy to swap and can be combined however you like. But does a Cuckoo clock always have to be a wall clock? Not this one. Simply unhook the pendulum and put your BirdHouse on a shelf or give it another home in your living room.
We bring the sounds of nature right into your home. Every full hour, the tiny bird peeps out of the door and warbles its melody for that time of day. Each hour you’ll enjoy the voice of a European songbird, one of twelve authentic birdsongs recorded in the field – or, alternatively, the call of the cuckoo. And of course you can adjust the volume to suit your preferences. Just as in real life, the birds in the KOOKOO BirdHouse go to sleep at night. A build-in light sensor ensures that peace and quiet reign after dark.
BirdHouse designed by Maia Ming Designs, Barcelona
BirdHouse limited edition colours by Maia Ming Designs, Barcelona
Songs of twelve European songbirds (pre-set sequence): blackbird – song thrush – blackcap – garden warbler – robin – nightingale – bluethroat – common redstart – collared flycatcher – willow warbler – woodlark – golden oriole; or the call of the cuckoo 1 to 12 times.
Please note: This clock contains small parts and is not suitable for children under the age of five.
View the product manual here.
- Bird slide, voice select and volume control
- Store and change bird
- BirdHouse vs BirdHouse mini
- Limited Edition Red
Very nice clock. Love the teal color.
Beautiful Bird sounds!
Clock makes us smile and the 3 other families we gave them too!
I am so pleased with my purchase! Even though the birds are not Midwestern species, I enjoy the hourly (no birds after the room is dark, thankfully) songs. Even the cuckoo mode is charming. I appreciate the volume control as well.