Amazon decided to pull its Echo Wall Clock late last month over connectivity issues. This product was unveiled alongside a handful of other Alexa-enabled devices a couple of months back. Amazon pulled it from the shelves merely a few weeks after it started shipping out the Echo Wall Clock. It had made the decision due to connectivity issues with the device. Those issues have now been addressed and Amazon is selling this product once again.

Amazon had said at the time it pulled the product that it had become aware of a “small number” of customers having issues with connectivity. Therefore, it decided to address the matter and halt sales of the product in the meantime.

The listing page remained online on Amazon which suggested that it may not be long before the company would start selling the Echo Wall Clock once more. A spokesperson for Amazon has confirmed availability of the $29.99 Alexa-enabled clock. It allows users to set alarms and timers through Alexa that are displayed on the 60 LED lights around the edge of its face.

It has also been confirmed that a software update is going to be rolled out for existing customers so that they don’t face any issues with the device going forward. The update will be received automatically when the clock is next connected to an Echo device.

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