Introduced in 2007 and tested by four top-level arbiters, the DGT 2010 chess clock was announced as the official World Chess Federation clock in 2008.
The DGT 2010 is the successor of the DGT 2000 - the world's best-selling digital chess clock, selling over 250 000 units worldwide. It offers 14 different timing methods, from the traditional blitz game of 5 minutes to the "bonus" settings in which every move attracts an extra 3 seconds of thinking time. The clock has a larger display than other chess clocks to display more information and it is easy to program.
The clock comes with a two-year guarantee. Batteries included.