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In the local chess club of which I recently became member we typically play games with time control described in the title. DGT's manuals are terrible so I do not know which DGT clock supports this time control. I tried to contact DGT regarding this, but nobody answered.

PS. someone please make a tag.

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My understanding is that this is sold as a budget / beginner's clock which does not support additional periods and so is not suitable for your needs.

You are probably better off springing for the DGT 2010 or DGT XL which I believe are both approved for FIDE competition. The 960 looks a bit flimsy for robust club use although I have no experience using it so it may be tougher than it looks.

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    Yes it is. However it has few other modes. Documentation for both of them is obscure. I am thinking about DGT 2010 or 3000 (as I may buy the eBoard too). – DejanLekic Dec 22 '14 at 19:04

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