Two-Part Wall Clock with Bird House
The Bird House "Tree-BirdBox" is a design by the designer Maia Ming for KooKoo. The playful wall clock consists of two elements that are connected to each other by radio. The wall clock in the shape of a tree cut out emits a signal every hour to the simply decorated birdhouse. One of twelve birds songs is thus heard, promptly announcing the new hour. Alternatively, the classic cuckoo can be selected for each hour. The possible distance between transmitter and receiver is up to 20 m.
The bird recordings are field recordings from France by Jean-Claude Roché: Blackbird, Song Thrush, Blackcap, Garden Warbler, Robin, Nightingale, Bluethroat, Redstart, Collared Flycatcher, Willow Warbler, Woodlark, Golden Oriole and the Cuckoo impress adults and children alike with their beautiful songs. When it gets dark, a CDS light sensor prevents the birds from singing to ensure everyone gets a good night's sleep.
• Every hour-on-the-hour the Tree sends a signal towards the BirdBox (wireless);
• distance between sender and receiver: up to 20 meters;
• 12 local songbirds: blackbird, songbird, robin, nightingale
• selection: every hour a different songbird sings or only the cuckoo sings
• Light sensor: at night when it gets dark, the birds go to sleep;
• Bio Flyer "Where they are at home and how they live" as download www.kookoo.eu/documents
• Black deco bird (magnetic);
• Batteries: 3x AA (LR06) + 2x LR14 (Type C) not included