Paw Patrol Night Light Alarm Clocks Review (BulbBotz)

Paw Patrol Night Light Alarm Clocks
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What It Is

Your favorite Rescue Pups are always on the mission even at night thanks to Paw Patrol Night Light Alarm Clocks. These character clocks function as both alarm clocks and nightlights for young fans of the Nickelodeon TV series. 

The Chase clock is a blue clock with a Chase character figure beside it, while the Marshall clock is a red clock with a Marshall character figure beside it. Each is sold separately.

The buttons to set the time and alarm are on the front of the clock, and are very easy to do. The LCD display shows the time in big numbers and the alarm time in smaller numbers. If you have the alarm on, a bell and snooze symbol will appear. Once the alarm goes off, you can press the snooze button, symbolized by a light, on top of the block to enter snooze mode. This turns on a light and shuts off the alarm for five minutes.

The snooze button also functions as a nightlight. Press the button and the character figure and clock will illuminate. The character figure will stay illuminated for five minutes.

There is also a sound button on top of the clock that will play siren sounds when pressed.

Is It Fun?

These clocks will make a nice addition to a Paw Patrol fan's bedroom. Kids will like having a favorite pup character softly glowing by their bedside at night to help them fall asleep, and the alarm function can help older kids wake up for school in the morning (we hope). Using the clock with a favorite character can also be a way for parents to help young kids tell time.

Who It’s For

The Paw Patrol Night Light Alarm Clocks are for ages 4 and up. These would be great in a Paw Patrol fan's bedroom. Chase fans will like the Chase alarm clock, while Marshall fans will want the Marshall clock.

What To Be Aware Of

Each one comes with two AAA batteries, but those power the in-store try-me features, so you may want to replace them before you play for best results.

Parents will probably need to help young kids set the clock.

The Paw Patrol Marshall Night Light Alarm Clock and the Paw Patrol Chase Night Light Alarm Clock are sold separately.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Use

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy


    2 AAA batteries required