Which fun timing methods are there?

Hourglass
A player's thinking time is gradually reduced while, at the same time, his opponent's is increased. This is an exciting alternative to the traditional "quickie" game.

Gong
Before double-timer clocks were introduced, tournaments were often controlled with a gong. The gong was used to mark a fixed time for each move. The DGT Clock's Gong method gives a fixed time of ten seconds for the left-hand player, then for the right-hand player; then it repeats this pattern.

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    DGT proudly presents DGT Echo, a speaking chess clock for blind and visually impaired players. It is available from September 2020.

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    A special DGT3000 Limited Edition is released to celebrate DGT 25th year anniversary.

  • DGT1005 - Byo-yomi timer

    New high quality timer with Japanese Byo-yomi timing options especially designed for the ancient games of Shogi and Go.

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