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Hi my name is Steve and my wife Jane picked up her/our new car, a wonderful 1.2 auto se in black. We're both mid 40's and retired with a busy family life and our only gripe is there's not a clock to be seen by the passenger. Why Skoda oh why. Gifted with the big screen for radio and other info surely a clock wouldn't be hard.

Has anyone heard of a upgrade/download or something so a clock can be seen. Any ideas? Thanks for reading.
 

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Hi Steve & Jane, Welcome and congratulations on becoming the owns of a Yeti,


If you have a Maxidot display between the two gauges you should be able to locate a clock there, however, others have mentioned this issue from the passengers point of view, with some buying a small digital (I assume internalbattery powered) clock which they have stuck on the dash in what was considered an appropriate location for them. You might choose to do the same. This has not become an issue for us, especially as my wife always wears a watch.



Happy trails,

Banjobach
 

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Bit late I know but the factory fitted columbus satnav can display the time permananetly in all modes incuding when the radio is playing : very expensive clock!!!
 

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Think you will find a clock on the settings of the radio, when radio is on it is at the top, if radio off the time is displayed in the centre of the black screen.
 

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Lobo said:
Think you will find a clock on the settings of the radio, when radio is on it is at the top, if radio off the time is displayed in the centre of the black screen.

Not if you have the Bolero.
 

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I know what you mean after spending £20+K.


Assuming you mean when the passengers wants to know the time. Can't they just ask the driver.



It's very difficult finding a clock which matches the decor.
 

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Yes car manufacturers are strange with what they consider is needed on the dashboard.My friend has recently bought a used VW passat and it has 3clocks!
One analogue One digital on centre screen and on on the drivers digital display!
I have always found an in car clock very useful and as they only cost about 99P from good old china it is odd the Yeti did not get one!
Best wishes John
 

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Keefy said:
Wow - Mid 40's, retired and a Yeti!Doesn't come much better than that eh?<img src="http://www.yetiownersclub.co.uk/forum/smileys/smiley32.gif" alt="Clap" title="Clap" />
Welcome to the forum.
I had to wait till I was early 60s (and retired) before I was mature enough to deserve a Yeti.
 
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