The Echo Wall Clock is a simple and useful way to visualize one or all of your Alexa timers. It’s also an inexpensive alternative to using smart displays to see how much time is left on your timers. If you recently purchased one, continue reading to learn how to set up your Amazon Echo Wall Clock.
If you haven’t purchased an Echo Wall Clock, and want to learn learn more, check out our Amazon Echo Wall Clock Review: A simple yet helpful way to see your timers.
Before you get started
Make sure you have a compatible Echo device to pair your Echo Wall Clock to. the Echo Wall clock needs to be paired to a compatible Echo device to function. Compatible Echo devices are Amazon Echo, Echo Plus, Echo Dot, Echo Show 5, Echo Show, Echo Show 8, Echo Studio, and Echo Flex.
How to set up your Amazon Echo Wall Clock
Time needed: 3 minutes.
Note: It’s important to not manually adjust the hands on the Echo Wall Clock, as this could damage it.
- Plan where you’re going to mount the wall clock.
The clock must be within 30 feet of a compatible echo device. Mounting hardware is included in the package.
- Insert 4 x AA batteries into the back of the clock.
The batteries are included in the package.
- Press and hold the blue pairing button on the back of the Echo Wall Clock for 10 seconds.
Press the pairing button until the the status LED on the front of the wall clock turns orange.
- Say, “Alexa, set up my Echo Wall Clock”, to the Echo device you’ve chosen to pair.
- Wait for the status LED to turn blue.
When the status LED turns blue, your Echo Wall Clock has successfully paired to your Echo device.
- Wait for the time to sync.
This step can take a few minutes. During the sync, the clock hands will move to the correct time. The blue status LED light will remain on until the time syncing process is complete.
That’s it! Now that you’ve set up your Amazon Echo Wall Clock, try saying, “Alexa, set a timer for 2 minutes” and watch first 2 LED lights on the clockface light up. When your timer runs out, all the LED lights on the clock will pulse, and your Echo speaker will play its standard timer sound.