Sent for a KLIK MSF analogue kitchen clock, via a Magazine offer and it arrived today. After putting in the battery and following any other instructions I have noticed that the time is 'out' by about 1 minute and this doesn't seem to correct itself after several hours, or even re-inserting the battery. I was wondering whether this is, in fact, a mechanical error in manufacture i.e. setting the minute hand inaccurately on its spindle. I'll see what happens in the next 12 hours or so and then remove the 'glass' front, held by six small screws on the back plate, and see if I can move the minute hand to correct this, if it does not correct itself - frankly cannot be bothered, at this time of the year, sending it back perhaps only to be replaced with another with a similar fault. Both bedroom ROBERTS MSF clock radios, having both analogue and digital faces behave faultlessly and time is spot on with respect to the radio pips etc. Any comments would be gratefully received.