Radio Clock Discount

Just in time for the start of the spring, the clocks will be presented again by an hour in the night of 29.03. The days become longer and the nights accordingly shorter.
Since the question arises regularly why this is so.
Of course, the advantage is obvious: the days are longer, you are more active, simply because it gets dark later. But what is the point behind this?
In Germany the summer time was introduced for the first time in 1916, and the better use of daylight promised a higher energy saving. Ireland and England followed.
In Germany this regulation was then reversed at the beginning of the Weimar Republic.
The Second World War required a reintroduction of the summer time, which was supplemented by a high summer period in the post-war periods in order to be able to make even better use of the bright hours.
Between 1950 and 1976 the time was not changed in Germany, although the rest of Europe continued to hold onto the summer time. In 1980, the clocks were again introduced to the German market an hour.
The economic aspect is being questioned again and again, since the energy saved in the summer is again destroyed by increased heating frequency in the winter.
In addition, physicians have found that the organism in some people badly adjusts to the new rhythm. Especially people with existing sleep disorders need longer to adapt themselves to the change in time.
The  top-mba-universities has been changing its radio clocks since 1996 from March to October, instead of as usual at the end of September.
So that you do not have to worry about the right time, there is a discount of 15% on all radio clocks in our shop from 20.03-29.03.2009.