How to Adjust a Brookstone Clock

Some clocks perform many other functions than just displaying the time or sounding an alarm.

Brookstone Moshi Voice Control Alarm Clock

Brookstone clocks are an example of this. Brookstone offers a line of luxury clocks, including voice-controlled devices and wireless alarm clocks that automatically display the weather for your area. Use the buttons, dials or voice-activated commands to adjust a Brookstone clock.

Step 1

Plug in the alarm clock using the AC adapter included with the device. Set the “IVR” mode with the switch on the back of the alarm clock.

Step 2

Say “hello, Moshi” to activate the voice recognition commands. After you hear the alarm clock playing the words “welcome, command please,” say the command “set time.”

Step 3

State the time, including either “a.m.” or “p.m.” For example, say “twelve forty-five p.m.” This command sets the time.

Step 4

Set the alarm by saying “hello, Moshi,” and then “set time.” State the time for your alarm in the same manner as you did when you set the time.

Brookstone Wireless 3-Day Forecaster

Step 1

Look at the clock's display for the signal strength indicator. If the clock displays one signal bar or none at all, move the clock to a different location. It might receive a stronger signal near a window.

Step 2

Press the “Menu” button once. The first menu setting is the city selection. Press the “Menu” button again to access the “Set Alarm Hour” menu setting. Pressing the button three more times will reveal the “Set Alarm Minute,” “Time Zone” and “Celsius/Fahrenheit” menus.

Step 3

Turn the twist dial slowly once you've reached your desired menu setting. Read the display as you turn the dial and stop once the display reads your desired setting.

Step 4

Activate the alarm after selecting your desired alarm setting. Press the “Alarm On/Off” button once to turn the alarm on. Press this button again to silence the alarm.

Step 5

Adjust the display to show the weather for tomorrow or the next day. From the main screen, turn the twist dial one notch to the right for tomorrow's weather. Do the same for the following day's weather.

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