Octopus OC-440 clip on tuner with LCD screen

£5.99 inc. VAT
RRP: £7.99
100+ in stock 2050 more expected 25th March 2021

  • Compact clip-on tuner with large back-lit LCD display
  • Display changes colour to show correct tuning
  • Rotating screen can be angled as necessary
  • Supplied with lithium battery
  • Tuning modes: Ukulele, Guitar, Bass, Violin and Chromatic
  • Tuning range A0 - C20
The OC-440 Octopus clip-on chromatic tuner is designed to provide accurate tuning for a wide range of instruments.

It features specific modes for tuning a ukulele, guitar, bass and violin, although the 'chromatic mode' will enable you to tune almost any instrument - so long as there's a place to clip it on!

The mode can be changed by pressing and releasing the power button (to the right of the screen).

The LCD screen is backlit and by default is coloured orange, but it will turn green when the correct pitch has been reached. The screen is rotatable by 360 degrees so that it can easily be viewed whilst playing, no matter where it is clipped on to your instrument.

The tuner is set to standard pitch (A4 = 440Hz) with a tolerance of approximately 1 cent. It is powered by a single CR2032 3v battery and it will automatically switch to a 'power saving' mode when not in use. This normally takes effect after a couple of minutes.

  • Superior manufacturing
    and a quality finish

    All of our models feature quality components and specially selected materials to ensure long life and consistent tone.
  • Aquila Nylgut strings
    as standard

    Each ukulele comes fitted with Aqiula Nylgut strings as standard, the best in the world for intonation and tone
  • Durable and ready
    for anything

    You simply won’t find a better ukulele for beginners, and advanced players will also be pleasantly surprised at their quality.

What people are saying about our ukuleles

“I’d definitely recommend it to ukulele newcomers on a budget and I think it would make a very rugged uke for younger children” Ukulele Go!
“I really don't know how they do it for the price... in the contest of the Dolphin vs the Octopus... well, the Octopus wins!” Got A Ukulele