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ASA Timer/Clock with yoke mount

Jd21476

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I bought this 3 months ago for use on my old plane but my new plane has a clock in it and I no longer need this one.

-Large, easily readable LCD backlight display
-Multi-function clock (AM/PM, Universal Coordinated “Zulu” time, and military time options); reset function prevent accidental resets
-Three simultaneous timer options
-Exclusive digital notepad for squawk codes or frequencies
-Approach timer allows pilots to store up to 12 different approach times
-Audible and visual alarm modes
-Fuel timer
-Stopwatch with 1/10th and 1/100th second digits
-Intuitive push and rotate dial for quickly and easily setting times
-Multiple mounting options
-Includes 2 AAA alkaline batteries

$50 plus shipping
 

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JimC

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I built Piper yoke mounts for those, and currently have one mounted in the center of each of my two yokes.
 
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Warriorgreg

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I’ve gone through 2 of these. The rear battery cover is junk, and either quickly breaks or deforms, making it useless. IMO, very expensive for a simple digital clock.
 
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