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Wow, i had no idea, I feel so bad. The Hourly Time Signals scare my dog, I had to turn off all three Casios. The intence sounds were driving her out of the room. Anybody else??
 

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Welcome to the forum, T-Bird. :-!

I've noticed sometimes the alarm scare my cats if they are too close to the watch, not the hourly signal, though.
 

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The only noise waking up my cats is opening a catfood tin. ;-)
 

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Welcome to the forum, T-Bird. :-!

I've noticed sometimes the alarm scare my cats if they are too close to the watch, not the hourly signal, though.

get a cow then, they couldnt care less, plus cow-tipping is hilarious, that if u can find a cow sleeping standing up. :-!
 

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My animals barely seem to notice.
 

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Hourly chimes are critical to keep track of the day in the office.

Makes it is easy to force people in meetings to use the meeting time very efficiently.

When my hourly chime sounds at 4pm (on say a 3pm to 4pm meeting), everyone hears then I just walk out.
 

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My Cat, doesn't seem bothered by them. His ears
will pick up when the alarm goes off if he's sleeping, but that's about it..........The Alarm makes my FROG jump
though:-d:-d:-d:-d
Regards Sonny
 

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No issues with our cats. Not noticed any impact on any other animals either.
 

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Does he seem bothered? He´s bothered if you try to get him out of the sofa and out of the house to early in the morning...



Besides that he mostly cares about getting plenty of treats and looooooong walks!
 

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not one of my G's has the hourly time signal on, i'd just find myself looking at it (clock watching) every time it went off, and the day would go 3 times as slow as a result of that! :)
 

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not one of my G's has the hourly time signal on, i'd just find myself looking at it (clock watching) every time it went off, and the day would go 3 times as slow as a result of that! :)
Hmmm......it seems that you may be onto to something.

Not exactly time travel, more like time dilation.......
Wonder what would happen if they had a chime every half hour?
 

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They don't care at all. Are your dogs small? It seems that those kinds of noises normally only bother smaller dogs and hyper squirrels :-d:-d:-d
 

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My cat takes no notice of them whatsoever. Not just of my watchs but me and my wife as well ! ...:-x ... She has her uses though, as she makes a great track cleaner for my railway.

 

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Hmmm......it seems that you may be onto to something.

Not exactly time travel, more like time dilation.......
Wonder what would happen if they had a chime every half hour?
a half hour chime doesnt even bear thinking about, nasty stuff! :-d
 

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My dogs don't mind the hourly beeps when their wearing my watches...
What, I only have two wrists and a bunch of watches.;-)
Please forgive me, I find myself highly amusing, others, not so much.

Wow, i had no idea, I feel so bad. The Hourly Time Signals scare my dog, I had to turn off all three Casios. The intence sounds were driving her out of the room. Anybody else??
 
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