Braille Analogue Chess Clocks



A Braille analogue chess clock has the glass removed from the two close up photograph of a chess clockclock faces, enabling the visually impaired player to lightly touch the hands and feel additional markings, which have been placed on the clock face, so that they can determine the time. These clocks require winding up. Some more modern clocks have an additional last 5 minutes adjustment, which extends the hour hand outside the rim of the clock face, for easier assessment of the time in the time scramble.

We are currently unable to provide new analogue chess clocks. If you are aware of any producers of analogue Braille chess clocks please let us know.

Email the technical sub-committee.




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