Available only as a General Electric model   7H160 & 7H160L The Heralder

"Select-A-Larm" feature makes possible alarm control from a soft purr to a loud shout.  Ivory plastic case.

Wanna see what that clock above looked like when I got it?  Click HERE.  As common as these are, they're really hard to find undamaged and for some reason, it's the rear case that's usually cracked.
It's rare to find one of these early ones with the brass bezel.  They mostly came with a brown-painted steel bezel.  The Heralder also came in brown.

back to Post-War Magicto the 7H161 Tempo
Both case rears are marked 7H160 but the left one has a cord slot and the early right one has a hole.