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Daylight saving Time

The next time adjustment will be on Sunday October 25th, 2020 3am

The clocks will be set 1 hour back, so
the night is 1 hour longer. The time then changes from daylight savings time to standard time .

DST-Adjustment:
How it works


The clock is set back 1 hour at 3am
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Backwards or forwards?

Backwards or forwards?


Twice a year the question arises: In which direction is the pointer turned?

There are some tricks to remember this. "Spring forward, fall back"  can be used as a memory hook.

Another fine mnemonic: Always turn towards summer - forward in spring, back in winter.

Radio controlled clocks: DST made easy

Radio controlled clocks: DST made easy


Owners of a radio controlled clock have a clear advantage when changing the time:
Radio controlled clocks change themselves and thus relieve you of the question in which direction they should change the clock.
With a 2,000 kilometre radio signal from Mainhausen near Frankfurt, radio clock wearers are on the safe side everywhere.

Here you will find a huge selection of high-quality radio-controlled watches for every style.

Recommendations against the time change jetlag

Recommendations against the time change jetlag


Do you belong to the people who are troubled by the clock change?
With a few simple measures you can take the fright out of the change - even if you work night shifts or the time change makes your children lose their rhythm.

To make the change a little easier for you, we have put together some recommendations.

DST - pros and cons

DST - pros and cons


  • Why was the time change introduced at all?
  • What speaks in favor of the time change, what stands against it?
  • Can it be abolished again and if so: how and when?
  • DST-Survey: what is your opinion?

Health effects

Health effects


Many people are familiar with symptoms such as fatigue, concentration problems and the like caused by the clock change. However, there is some evidence that the change is also responsible for more serious health problems.

Read here what the clock change causes in the body and what its consequences are.

DST and work

DST and work


The effects of the time change on the world of work are very diverse and widespread. Delayed employees, an increased risk of accidents and questions of remuneration for night shift overtime when switching to winter time (normal time) are just a few aspects.

To find out how the change affects productivity and occupational safety, click here.

Does DST save energy?

Does DST save energy?


One of the main arguments for introducing the time change was the assumption that energy would be saved by reducing the need for artificial lighting. Today it is clear that the situation is much more complex and multi-layered.

Read here how the change really affects our energy consumption.

DST and traffic

DST and traffic


The time change poses a number of challenges for both local and long-distance transport. These include, for example, problems with the coordination of timetables, as well as sluggish and unattentive road users.

Here is an overview of the consequences of the time change on traffic

DST arrangements worldwide

DST arrangements worldwide


Which countries have a time change regulation and which do not? What significance does this have in international relations? Which countries have abolished time conversion and why?

An overview of all countries and their summer time regulations can be found here.

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