In Russian, there is no UV in the clock, and it is also impossible to read the first status of the character.
I think the problem is, that they try to translate the word “NONE”. And then they use an 7 segment font for displaying the letters. But probably the Russian letters are not available in that font type at all.
I’m playing in German and the the result is also written in two lines:
This looks funny. In reality this would not be the case. Since this is a 7 segment LCD display, the display is fixed. A real clock would probably show always English text “NONE” or symbols, and do not translate the word, no matter in which country it is sold.