Al Hillal analog Islamic prayer times watch
Al Hillal analog Islamic prayer times watch
Al Hillal analog Islamic prayer times watch



Al Hillal analog Islamic prayer times watch

 
















The Hillal Analog Islamic Watch displays Muslim prayer times and the Qibla anywhere in the world. Specially designed for Muslims, this watch can sound a repeated beep sound to represent the Azan (Athan, Adhan) before salat times, including the Fajr and Asr prayer times. Our company’s name Hillal Watch LLC derives from the Arabic word for the crescent moon - al Hillal or Hilal or Hilaal in English which is a universal Muslim symbol. As with other Muslim watches such as al Asr and al Fajr the Hillal Islamic watch can display the times of the five Muslim prayers - Fajr, Zuhr, Asr, Maghrib and Isha - and also the time of Shorooq. The three hands of the analogue watch are luminescent at night. The digital display of this Islamic wristwatch is bilingual : Arabic and English in the same watch, including numbers. The Qibla, Hijra and western (Gregorian) dates in over 1000 cities around the world can all be displayed by the Hilaal Islamic Analog Watch. The Hilal watch also allows the time of the Asr prayer to be adjustable according to the Shafie or Hanafi traditions. Al Hillal Analog Muslim Wristwatch can indicate Qibla anywhere in the world, relative to the sun, moon, or north. The Arabic word for prayer is transliterated in English as salat, salaat, salah and solah. Also, the word namaz is used. The Arabic word for the direction towards the Kaaba that Muslims face for prayer is transliterated as Qibla, Qiblah, Kibla and Kiblah.