The latest blue-button Second Generation (SG) iteration of the official FIDE chess clock with improved memory function and options
The latest DGT 2010 SG (Second Generation) distinctly recognisable by its blue buttons is endorsed by the World Chess Federation FIDE as its official timer for chess and other two-player games including go, draughts, shogi and scrabble.
It has 36 settings options in total including professional and Canadian byo-yomi systems for go and two specific modes for scrabble. Intuitive to configure, it permits multiple time periods in all modes and storing of manual settings in its enhanced memory.
Modern bonus and delay options are incorporated as well as some fun options. Other features include large display, optional buzzer, player colour indication and smooth lever operation.
Battery type: 2 x AA 1.5V (included)
Battery life: Approximately 2 years
Unit size: 200 x 110 x 60 mm
Display size: 135 x 25 mm
Housing: ABS plastic
Accuracy: Within 1 second per hour
Features & Timing Methods
|Rocking lever move registration mechanism||✓|
|Approved by World Chess Federation (FIDE)||✓|
|Maximum number of players||2|
|Game Timer options||✓|
|More than one time control (multi periods)||✓|
|Indefinite time controls (repeating 2nd period)||✓|
|Individual player time handicapping options||✓|
|Bronstein delay (FIDE)||✓|
|Byo-yomi options for Go or Shogi||✓|
|Maximum time controls with Time settings||3|
|Maximum time controls with Bonus settings||4|
|Maximum time controls with Bronstein delay||4|