Although standardised rules for governing international competitive chess had begun to take root by the mid 19th century, it was not until 1883 in England that a time apparatus akin to the modern chess clock was devised. This triumph of Victorian ingenuity solved the vexing issue of cogitating players taking exhorbitant amounts of time to make their moves. Henceforth the struggle would be fair sparing both players and spectators from mental and physical fatigue.
Gambit Chess Supplies stocks Australia's definitive range of international name electronic digital and mechanical analogue timers for chess or other two-player games. And if you're a multi-player gaming fan—ditch the sand timers! The DGT Pyramid and Cube will get you with the program.
Also available are DGT electronic chess boards (e-boards) optioned with a flagship DGT 3000 professional chess clock or a DGT Pi master chess computer, both designed for DGT e-Boards.