Review of Moshi Interactive Voice Recognition Travel Alarm Clock

The Moshi Lifestyle company sent us the Interactive Voice Recognition Travel Alarm clock to test out. We were not compensated in any other way. All opinions are 100% our own.

About Moshi Lifestyle Clocks

The definition of technology is the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes. But doesn’t it seem like in the evolution of electronics, it becomes more complicated and less practical? Moshi is founded on the belief that electronics should work for you and not against you. Call us innovators, lunatics or Jetson wannabes, but at the end of the day we promote simplicity. Just talk to your clock and it will listen, as all electronics should. It can really be that simple.

Moshi Interactive Voice Recognition Travel Alarm Clock ReviewThis Moshi alarm clock is voice activated so you push a button and the nice lady asks you what you would like to do. She says, “Command please” – she’s so polite. You say things like “set time” and then 659 pm and she says, “the time is now set to 6:59 pm.” The voice actually sounds like a real person and not a computer-generated voice.

If you decide not to set the time using the voice command you can press the buttons on the bottom to set it too.

The manual you get with the clock tells you exactly what commands you can give the clock to set it properly.

The light on the front is a bright blue neon tone. If you press the light/snooze bar on top once the face lights up and you see the current time and the alarm time. Press it again and you see the current time and the temperature in the room. I really like how bright the face is, especially in the middle of the night when I need to know the time. You know, you wake up from an nightmare about people chasing you and think you have been sleeping all night but it has only been 15 minutes. Those are important times to be able to see the clock clearly.

To set the alarm you press the IVR (Interactive Voice Recognition) button on top and tell the nice lady, Alarm Sound. She says, to set the alarm sound choose Alarm 1, Alarm 2, or Alarm 3. Each alarm sounds plays. You pick which number you want after each has played. This took me a couple of times to get right because she must not have understood my slight Southern accent so she ignored me. Once I did get it right it was easy. The only thing I didn’t like so much is the lack of alarm sounds to choose from. Each sound was too soothing and would never wake me up. I need a drill instructor yelling at me LIGHTS LIGHTS LIGHTS! Either that or I need to put the alarm clock in another room completely so I have to get out of bed to turn it off.

I really like how compact and well-made this clock is. It is made of sturdy plastic and there are small rubber feet on the bottom to keep it from sliding off of the table.

This Moshi travel alarm clock comes in 4 colors – white, black, blue, or pink.

Clock Facts:

  • Voice Control Technology
  • Snooze -3 Alarm Sounds-Temperature-Key Lock-Volume Control-Alarm On/Off Button-Time & Alarm LCD Split Screen
  • Requires 3 AAA batteries (not included)

This Moshi travel clock is available for purchase at and The current price at Amazon is $24.99.


  • voice activated
  • long-lasting battery time
  • bright lights


  • doesn’t always recognize your voice

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