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1. Oregon Scientific Radio Controlled
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2. Oregon Scientific RM313PA/B ExactSet
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3. Oregon Scientific Widescreen Nightfinder
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4. Oregon Scientific RM328PA Silver
$24.99 $15.95 list($29.95)
5. Oregon Scientific RM832 ExactSet
$79.95 $34.88
6. Oregon Scientific JMR828A Jumbo
$59.99
7. Oregon Scientific RM318PA ExactSet
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8. Oregon Scientific RM983A Radio
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9. Oregon Scientific AS316NE-S Nightfinder
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10. Oregon Scientific RM318PA ExactSet
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11. Oregon Scientific Radio-Controlled
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12. Oregon Scientific RM813PA-M Radio
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13. Oregon Scientific RM888PA Travel
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14. Oregon Scientific RM313PA/C ExactSet
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15. Oregon Scientific RM982A Radio
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18. Oregon Scientific RM868 Radio
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19. Oregon Scientific AS688NE-S Widescreen
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20. Oregon Scientific JMR838WFA Jumbo

1. Oregon Scientific Radio Controlled Travel Clock, Model RM826 - 1 ea
list price: $49.95
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005B0BG
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 262
Average Customer Review: 4.45 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Equipped with a radio receiver tuned to the U.S. Atomic Clock,this travel alarm clock keeps time with split-second accuracy byautomatically adjusting, if necessary, to the Atomic Clock's signalssix times every 24 hours. The Atomic Clock, operated by the NationalInstitute of Standards and Technology, is one of the most accurate inthe world. From its signals, the slim (5/8 inch thick) little clock(3-1/2 by 2-1/2 inches) not only shows the precise time, but it alsodisplays on its LCD screen the date and day. (The day can be shown inEnglish, Spanish, or French.)

The screen also displays the North American time zone for which theclock is set. The alarm increases in volume and intensity to wake eventhe soundest sleeper suffering from jet lag. Other features: bluebacklighting when the clock is rocked backwards on its foldaway stand;a reception-strength indicator showing how well the radio receiver isreceiving the Atomic Clock's signals; automatic adjustment fordaylight-saving time and leap year; and a low-battery indicator. As abackup, you can set the time, day, and date manually as well asautomatically. The clock operates on two AAA batteries and comes with atravel pouch. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Automatically sets and updates time/day/date with US Atomic Clock
  • Clock updates to any North American time zone, shows chosen zone
  • Crescendo alarm with 8-minute snooze function awakens soundest sleeper
  • Screen shows blue backlight when clock is rocked backwards on stand
  • Slim, 5/8-inch-thick alarm clock just 3-1/2 by 2-1/2 inches

Reviews (11)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great features & display. Confusing controls.
As a simple travel alarm clock, this unit would get 5 stars from me if only the controls were easier to use.

Pro:
- Lovely, clear display with at OUTSTANDING backlight.
- Alarm starts out quiet, then picks up steam. No shocking jolt of sudden loud beeping!
- Display shows you when the alarm is set to go off, even when you are looking at the time. So you can double check the alarm setting at a glance.
- It's pretty small.
- Comes with a protective travel case (a soft custom-fitted envelope).
- You can see it in person at Radio Shack if you want to check it out. (They give it a different name, but it's the same unit.)

Con:
- It's pretty unusual that a clock REQUIRES reading the manual in order to figure out things like how to set the alarm -- but I had to read the manual for this one.
- Though small and light, it would weigh even less without the radio feature.
- Unfortunately the radio signal is only available in North America. Elsewhere, you have to set it the old-fashioned way.
- At least in my home (in central Seattle), the radio signal is only strong enough near a window, not in mid-room.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not just for travel -- I use mine everyday.
I've gone through plenty of alarm clocks -- this is by far the best I've owned. Simple to use. Alarm always wakes me up, yet sound is not an overly-annoying like most. ...Beeping noise starts slowly and increases in pace until turned-off or snooze button is hit.

Also does not cast an annoying bright light into the room at night...just slap the clock and a gentle-glow illuminates the time-area for several seconds.

The batteries have lasted over 2 years now of *everyday* alarm use. That amazes me, 2 years and still going strong! Nice to know power outages won't cause me to be late.

Great clock, I highly recommended it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Impressive clock
I travel for business and have found the hotel clocks, even at the top end hotels, to be very unreliable or even complicated to set. The Scientific Radio Controlled clock was the answer I was looking for in a travel clock. It is compact, easy to pack, easy to set and with a touch of a button, switches to whatever U.S. time zone you have settled in. The alarm is pleasant and has an 8 minute snooze. The display lights up to a soft and readable blue when the alarm goes off or when you give it a tap on top so there is no blarring light illuminating the whole room while you are trying to sleep. There is a signal strength indicator on the display as well as an icon to let you know that the time was successfully adjusted to the Atomic clock. It is suggested that you keep the clock away from appliances such as TV's, else they could interfer with updating the time. If you need the instructions, they are easy to follow, only about a half page long and written in several languages. The only extra feature I wish this clock had is that it would include international time zones. That said, I am thrilled with this clock.

5-0 out of 5 stars i love this clock
I've been a flight attendant for 25 years and I have used several different travel alarms. When this clock was given to me as a gift, I didn't think that I would ever like anything better than my Seiko, but I haven't used it for years. This is my favorite alarm clock EVER, not just travel clock. It's the only one I use. It's easy to use, the alarm signal is perfect, I love the easy time zone adjustment and it's very accurate. I set ALL my other clocks by it. I love this clock. mark w.

4-0 out of 5 stars BATTERIES INCLUDED!!
When was the last time you bought something that had batteries included?! This unit comes with two pre-installed AAA batteries (with a plastic piece installed to keep batteries from draining before you receive the unit.)

Other good features of this clock:
- Hi-Glo display is easy to read and very bright. Easier to read than those Indaglo wrist watches because the digits light up, not just the back of the display.
- alarm-on indicator, and snooze active indicator
- time, day, date and timezone display
- rocking the unit back on its stand activates the snooze (no fumbling for a small button at 5am)
-vinyl holster included
- I had no trouble figuring out how to program this unit manually
- lock switch on back of unit to prevent inadvertent button pushes from changing the settings

Things that could be improved:
- the swing-out stand is a bit fragile; looks to me that it could get crushed in your suitcase
- atomic clock synch is not immediate; I had to wait a good 8 hours for this unit to synch up [ I believe that reception is bad from SE Virginia up to Southern Maine due to population density ]

Overall, it is a very functional and practical travel clock. ... Read more


2. Oregon Scientific RM313PA/B ExactSet Fixed Projection Alarm Clock, Blue
list price: $32.49
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Asin: B00005B0BE
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 14007
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Housed in high-tech blue plastic, this alarm clock is far moresophisticated than its cute appearance may lead one to believe. Whetheryou check on the time by consulting the clock's LCD screen or bylooking at a large red-light projection of the time beamed onto a wallor ceiling, you'll know it's accurate. That's because the clock isequipped with a radio receiver tuned to the U.S. Atomic Clock, andkeeps time with split-second accuracy by automatically adjusting, ifnecessary, to the Atomic Clock's signals six times every 24 hours. Fromthose signals, the 5-1/4-by-4-1/2-inch clock (2-1/2 inches thick) notonly shows the precise time, but also displays the date and day, withautomatic adjustment for daylight-saving time and leap year, accordingto the North American time zone for which the clock is set. (The daycan be shown in English, Spanish, or French.)

The red-light projection makes it possible to check the time withoutsquinting. If the clock is in battery mode (two AA batteries requiredbut not included), pressing the clock's snooze bar will beam the timeonto the ceiling for five seconds--and also backlight the LCD screen.If the clock is plugged into a wall socket with an AC adapter(included), the projection and backlighting will be available eitherfor five seconds with the snooze bar or continuously if acontinuous-beam control is set. As a backup, you can set the time, day, and datemanually as well as automatically. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Fixed-projection alarm clock; beams time onto ceiling, either momentarily or continuously
  • Automatically sets and updates time/day/date with U.S. Atomic Clock
  • Clock updates to any North American time zone, shows chosen zone
  • Crescendo alarm with 8-minute snooze function awakens soundest sleeper
  • High-tech, blue plastic housing; 5-1/4 inches high, 4-1/2 inches wide, 2-1/2 inches thick

Reviews (24)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great product at a great price
I was very surprised to see such a nice product at such a nice price. The automatic synchronization, and the projection are features you can't find in any other clocks at this price. My main gripes are:

* You can't change the orientation of the projection. I'd like to have the clock facing me when I look at it from bed, but if the clock is facing you, the projection will be side-ways.

* As someone else mentioned, if you change the time manually, the clock will not synchronize. This is very frustrating because the clock will not initially be set, and you have to wait up to 72 hours for it to synchronize. Your clock is totally useless during this time. If you manually set it, you will have to reset it for it to synchronize. This is not well documented in the manual. I found this process to be frustrating, but now that it's set up, it works well.

Even with these two shortcomings, I give it 4 starts because it's a nice product for a nice price.

4-0 out of 5 stars Only works in Continental North America
This is a great clock, I bought one for my twelve year old daughter several years ago and she loves it. The big downside is if you live in Hawaii (like I do) the automatic time set does not work. It's really a shame that they didn't add in some more time zones! It doesn't seem like it would have been that great of an expense to do this. They did not inform me of this before purchasing, even though I called Oregon Scientific specifically to find out. I was assured that if I was in the U.S. it would work. Hmmmmm, how many people don't know where Hawaii is?

It is possible to set it manually and the projection feature is really cool, but without the automatic setting it kind of loses its novelty.

5-0 out of 5 stars Cool Clock
I think this is a very cool alarm clock. It is sharp, plus it has lots of cool features. I mainly bought it for the projection, and I was amazed at how good it works. I have the blue model, and it defnitly does not light up the room at all. However, when you press the snooze button the whole clock glows so you can see the buttons to turn off the alarm permanently. The alarm isn't actually a crescendo, but it is enough to wake me up, and I am a heavy sleeper. It also took my clock a very short amount of time to seet to the atomic clock.

4-0 out of 5 stars NICE CLOCK but buy it LOCAL and SAVE YOUR RECEIPT
I've had four of these clocks so far and only two have survived. Don't get me wrong... it's a GREAT clock with easy and logical buttons and features, but one was dead on arrival and another one lost half of its print on the screen after only two months. BUY ONE LOCALLY if possible and definately save your receipt and packaging so that you can return or exchange it if it acts up. When we bought our first one several years ago, it was REALLY expensive. Recently, I found one at my local Target and it was much more reasonable. This clock is great for me as an adult and two of my children use it as well. The time projection on the ceiling is a nice feature for children that sleep in a top bunk bed. It's easy for a young child to turn the alarm on at night and off in the morning. My six year old uses his faithfully. The time is dead-on accurate and doesn't have to be re-set after a power failure. All busy moms should appreciate that feature. From now on, I will always buy an atomic clock for my kids!

5-0 out of 5 stars This Clock is SOOOOO COOL!!
This clock is sooooo cool; we use it as the official clock in the house. No more calling "time & temp"!!

It was very easy to setup; it says it could take upto 48 hrs to "find" the satellite, but ours connected within 5 mins. ... Read more


3. Oregon Scientific Widescreen Nightfinder Travel Alarm Clock, Silver
list price: $29.95
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Asin: B00006J039
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 24223
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

No more fumbling for the clock in a dark hotel room to see whattime it is. This travel alarm clock features a unique Nightfinderfunction that, when activated, illuminates the blue HiGlo backlightevery few seconds during the night. When the function is turned off tosave battery wear, such as when the clock is used at home, a simpletouch against the screen will illuminate it for three seconds. Thecurrent time and alarm time show simultaneously on the wide screen inextra-large digital numbers. When it's time to get up, the crescendoalarm starts beeping slowly, then increases the rapidity of beeps;sleepyheads can push gently on the screen to activate the 8-minutesnooze function. The alarm's on/off button and the time- and alarm-setbutton are handily located on the front. The clock snaps shut into aslim, graceful shirt-pocket-size unit measuring 4-1/4 by 3-1/8 by 5/8inches. This travel clock, which is accurate to within 0.5 seconds perday, comes with the two AAA batteries and one LR44 button cell batteryneeded for operation, and is covered by a 90-day warranty againstdefects. --Ann Bieri ... Read more

Features

  • Nightfinder function for dark hotel rooms illuminates every few seconds
  • Displays current time and alarm time simultaneously in large format
  • Alarm begins beeping gently, then builds in intensity
  • Hinged cover protects clock for travel, acts as table stand
  • 8-minute snooze function

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Not silver, its BLACK
I ordered this hoping to get a sleek silver one as advertised. Instead they sent me a black one....its also made in china and the quality is poor. Now ill look like an idiot giving this as a christmas gift.....great;( ... Read more


4. Oregon Scientific RM328PA Silver ExactSet Projection Clock with Cable Free Thermometer
list price: $79.95
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005NN95
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 4115
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The handy ExactSet clock from Oregon Scientific keepsincredibly accurate time and tracks indoor temperature, all without theuse of cables or wires. Plus, the red light projection feature lets youread the time in the dark without fumbling for a light or your glasses.Tuned in by radio frequency to the U.S. atomic clock in Colorado, theExactSet clock resets itself for accuracy daily and adjustsautomatically for daylight savings. The projection arm, activated bythe snooze button, features 180-degree rotation, manual focus, andimage reversal. Projection can also be turned off or set for continuousdisplay with the included AC adapter. The clock's sharp, readable LCDdisplay shows the current time, date, day of the week, and indoortemperature. It also indicates time zone, alarm status, low batterypower, and radio wave frequency. An optional display lets you see thealarm time in place of the date. Powered by 2 AA batteries or theincluded AC adapter, this clock picks up signals only in thecontinental U.S. --Emily Bedard ... Read more

Features

  • Projection feature shows time in red light on wall or ceiling
  • Clock sets itself by the U.S. Atomic Clock
  • Displays time, date, day, and indoor temperature
  • LCD display with blue HiGlo backlight
  • Crescendo alarm with 8 minute snooze

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars This is a great clock!
The projection is great! And the red light wouldn't 'dilate your pupils' so you can fall right back to sleep. It works! The atomic clock sync up feature is also very good. However, the first sync up takes a while to work, so you get less of a 'wow' factor out of the box.

A few little problems with this clock:

. if you have *really* bad eyes, you might not see the projected clock reading. Not sure what the manufacturer can do about that.

. the timezone button is right next to the 'stop the alarm' button (the snooze button is on the top of the unit). What happened to me was that I stopped the alarm but went back to sleep for a few more minutes. Turned out I changed the timezone too, so I got a little shock when I got up.

. the alarm sound is crescendo, but I wish it starts out a little softer. The beeps are quite sharp.

5-0 out of 5 stars I really like this clock.
My wife and I really like this clock. Having the time projected on the ceiling in large numbers is very convenient for both of us. I like the thermometer. Also having the clock check its time against the US Atomic clock is a plus. Finally the crescendo alarm is great. We like it so much we are giving some of these clocks as Christmas presents. ... Read more


5. Oregon Scientific RM832 ExactSet Clock Travel Alarm Clock
list price: $29.95
our price: $24.99
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Asin: B00005NN97
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 10987
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Equipped with a radio receiver tuned to the U.S. atomic clock, thistravel alarm clock keeps time with split-second accuracy by automaticallyadjusting, if necessary, to the atomic clock's signals six times every 24 hours.The atomic clock, operated by the National Institute of Standards andTechnology, is one of the most accurate in the world. From its signals, thisslim (5/8 inch thick) little clock (3-1/2 by 2-1/2 inches) not only shows theprecise time but also displays on its LCD screen the date and day. (The day canbe shown in English, Spanish, or French.)

The screen also displays what North American time zone the clock is set for, andthat zone can be selected by the user. The alarm is a crescendo, increasing involume and intensity to wake even the soundest, jet-lagged sleeper. Otherfeatures include a fold-away stand; 8-minute snooze and blue backlighting whenthe bar above screen is pressed; an indicator showing how well the radioreceiver is receiving the atomic clock's signals; automatic adjustment fordaylight-saving time and leap year; and a low-battery icon. As a backup, time,day, and date can be set manually as well as automatically. The clock operateson two AAA batteries (which are included). --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Automatically sets and updates time/day/date with US Atomic Clock
  • Clock updates to any North American time zone, shows chosen zone
  • Crescendo alarm with 8-minute snooze function awakens soundest sleeper
  • Screen shows blue backlight when bar above screen is pressed
  • Uses two AAA batteries (which are included); 3-1/2 by 2-1/2 inches; 5/8 inch thick

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars I swear I am not an idiot ...
... but setting the alarm on this clock was so counter-intuitive that I can't imagine doing it on a regular basis. The buttons are oddly situated so that every time I tried to set the alarm I would inadvertently reset the clock, which overrides the radio-set version and requires you to wait for it to reconnect with the atomic clock. Part of my problem was just that I could only get a moderate signal, but the clock took two full days to catch up with daylight savings time -- what use is a travel clock that takes two days to catch up with you?

The clock emits an annoying buzzing sound that required me to keep it in a drawer in order to sleep. I used it for three weeks and during that time the alarm failed to go off at least half the time. I am sure I would have figured out the alarm eventually, but you know, at 11 p.m. when I have to get up the next morning, I don't want to think about these things. I just want a clock that works and does not annoy me. I replaced this with a cheap Timex travel alarm and I am much happier now.

5-0 out of 5 stars TIMING IS EVERYTHING
We've not missed a tour or a meal with the help of this reliable little travel alarm clock. If getting up is difficult due to jet lag or a too late night, it even offers an extra 8 minutes with a snooze alarm.

Space is always a factor when on the go, which is another plus for this clock. It's about 3" by 2", fitting nicely into the palm of one's hand. And, for a small clock it has a get-up-and-go alarm that will awake anyone.

It runs on two AAA batteries, and is easily switched between time zones. Plus, there is no annoying tick-tock, tick-tock when you're trying to go to sleep.

We're well pleased with its reliability. Time marches on, and so does this Oregon Scientific Travel Alarm. ... Read more


6. Oregon Scientific JMR828A Jumbo ExactSet Clock with Remote Sensor
list price: $79.95
our price: $79.95
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Asin: B00006J03M
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 44226
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Amazon.com Review

Large enough to be read at a glance from across the room, thiswall clock with jumbo digits does more than just tell time. Measuring9-3/4 by 8-1/2 by 1-1/2 inches, with an LCD area of 6 by 4-1/2 inches,the clock also displays indoor and outdoor temperatures, calendar dayand date, a time-zone map of the U.S., and indicators for whether thetemperature is rising, falling, or steady. Outdoor temperature readingsare received from the included remote sensor, which can be placedoutdoors in a sheltered location up to 100 feet away. Readings from upto three sensors can be received, allowing different locations or roomsto be simultaneously monitored. Radio signals received from the U.S.atomic clock synchronize this calendar clock automatically. The clockand sensor each come with two AA batteries, a wall-mounting notch, andtable stand. While a 90-day warranty covers defects, the clock shouldgive years of accurate time and temperature readings. --AnnBieri ... Read more

Features

  • Jumbo wall clock with remote temperature sensor
  • Accurately synchronizes time and date with radio signals
  • Displays indoor and outdoor temperature
  • 3 channels allow temperature sensors in 3 locations
  • Wall-mount or table-stand

7. Oregon Scientific RM318PA ExactSet Projection Clock, Silver
list price: $59.99
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B00005NN94
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 11376
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

With the ExactSet projection clock from Oregon Scientific, youcan be as on time as the most accurate clock in the U.S. That's becausethe ExactSet clock uses radio frequency to pick up signals from theU.S. Atomic Clock in Boulder, Colorado. The result is an extremelyaccurate timepiece that updates itself six times a day, never needsresetting, and adjusts automatically for daylight savings. The clockhas plenty of convenient features, too, such as the crescendo alarm,the eight-minute snooze, and the dual display that shows current timeand alarm time at once. The clock also features a swiveling arm with a90-degree rotation and a 12-foot range that projects the time in redwhen you push a button. Backlit with a pleasant blue glow, the screenalso indicates the date and day (in English, French, or Spanish), aswell as time zone, alarm status, and radio-frequency strength. Poweredby two AA batteries or the included AC adapter, the clock only works inthe continental U.S. --Emily Bedard ... Read more

Features

  • Projection clock; updates itself with signals from the U.S. Atomic Clock
  • 90-degree-rotation projector for current time
  • Large backlit LCD display shows time, day, date, and seconds
  • Alarm with 8-minute snooze
  • Low battery warning

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars actually...
I actually have this clock. The ceiling display can be rotated from 0-90 degrees, or there it a button to rotate 180degrees -- giving you 360 degrees. Its sittin on my nightstand, approx. 12 feet from me, right now, and I can read the LCD display from here. It's designed to not be a bright light when you're sleeping, and when the alarm goes off it auto-lights the LED and the LCD displays, so you can see it. :)

2-0 out of 5 stars Oregon Scientific Projection Clock
The clock's LCD display can not be read from across the room during daytime or even with an overhead light on in the evening.
This could be corrected if the light that illuminates the clock face had an option to remain on. Currently, one hits the bar on the top of the clock and the clock face is illuminated for 5 seconds and then the light turns off. The second option would be to replace the LCD with an LED readout.
Also, when using the projection feature the display is clearly visible, but it is reversed/upside down. One has to turn the clock almost backwards to get a correct view of the time on the ceiling. ... Read more


8. Oregon Scientific RM983A Radio Controlled Alarm Clock with Thermometer
list price: $29.95
our price: $24.95
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Asin: B00006J03Y
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 15557
Average Customer Review: 3.22 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Sleep soundly with this precision dual-alarm clock by the bed.An internal thermometer digitally displays the room temperature toone-tenth of a degree; deviations from the norm might signal a furnacemalfunction, change in weather, or even a house fire. The weekday alarmcan be programmed to go off Monday through Friday at the same time andautomatically skip Saturday and Sunday. The single alarm will go offonce at the preset time. Radio signals from the U.S. atomic clock keepthe clock automatically synchronized. An hour-offset function (+/- 9hours) displays other time zones. Select one of five languages todisplay the day of the week, and choose either a 12- or 24-hour formatfor the time. Pressing the snooze button will activate the white,noiseless backlight, which goes off after five seconds to save batterywear. The clock does not stay illuminated all night, a boon to thosewho like to sleep in a truly dark room. The crescendo alarm startsbeeping gently, then builds in intensity and will go off automaticallyafter two minutes unless the 8-minute snooze button or alarm button ispressed. Measuring 4-1/2 by 3-3/8 inches and angling back from a curvedbase, the clock runs on one AA battery (included), and is covered by athree-month warranty against defects. --Ann Bieri ... Read more

Features

  • Highly accurate dual-alarm clock with indoor thermometer
  • Automatically synchronizes to U.S. Atomic Clock
  • Weekday alarm sounds only Monday through Friday
  • 8-minute snooze function
  • Backlight illuminates only when activated, keeping room dark

Reviews (9)

3-0 out of 5 stars Time Zone Madness
This clock, like all other OS clocks, does not give you the ability to say whether or not you want daylight-savings-time. If you live in Arizona, you will have to set the time zone to Pacific for the summer months and then back to Mountain for the winter! THIS IS A MAJOR PAIN TWICE A YEAR. My radio controlled clocks from SkyScan have an option for daylight-savings-time. Why can't OS do this?

Other than that, I love the auto-set feature AND the fact that it has the CORRECT TIME!

If you live in a time-zone that switches to daylight-savings-time, you will love these clocks.

3-0 out of 5 stars Okay......
Good points: Compact, looks nice, time set itself within an hour even though cellphones, pagers, palm pilots work erratically here. Less than good points: Instructions incomprehensible, alarm barely audible (to a hard-of-hearing person). Worth it for the auto-time and accurate temperature display.

3-0 out of 5 stars OK, but...
First of all, this product has the worst set of instructions I have ever used. Incomprehensible! English cannot possibly be the first language of its author - the Internal Revenue Code is easier to decipher. (OK, I'm an accountant.) However, the customer service reps at OS seem to be pretty used to this - a call them for assistance had me up and running, albeit waiting for my "signal"...

The first "setting" tooks days and days (and we live only 30 minutes outside Boston)- I was about ready to give up and return it when it finally caught the signal. However, for some reason, the second time it set itself like a charm after only a few minutes.

Because of the instruction manual mess, fiddling with the clock to change the alarm settings, set the right time zone and get the days of the week to show in English is trial and error and easily forgotten between battery changes (about 6 mos for us).

Overall, it's a nice little product, but setting an alarm clock shouldn't be so stressful. Life is too short. My advice: spend a few more dollars and shop around for something a whole lot less frustrating. Oregon Scientific, are you listening?

3-0 out of 5 stars It's okay, but...
I bought this clock because I wanted an inexpensive clock that also had a built-in thermometer. However, I quickly realized having the alarm function built-in is simply a novelty.

My first problem: the "crescendo alarm" does not beep gently and "build in intensity" as advertised (or at least as Ann Bieri's featured editorial review claims). The initial sound is quite loud and jarring, not even remotely resmbling gentle. After the first minute the volume stays at the same level with the tone beeping at double-time. After the second minute, the alarm stops. There is no way to change any of these settings. However, if you hit the "snooze" button, the alarm will go off 8 minutes later like most alarm clocks.

My second problem with this clock arises from the two alarm settings. The first alarm, the "Single Alarm," can only be set to go off once. Once it goes off, you'll have to set it again. The second, the "Weekday Alarm," will beep at the specified time from Monday through Friday. However, in a strange twist of irony, once you set this "Weekday Alarm," you can't unset or clear it, which means your alarm may disturb the neighbors if you're away on a trip. The only way to clear the "Weekday Alarm" is to remove the batteries, which will reset all your time and date settings.

Third? As mentioned in an earlier user review, the instructions (especially the diagrams) are terrible. They aren't very intuitive, and I had an easier time figuring out how the clock works on my own.

With several features packed into one unit, I can only assume some shortcuts were taken, which explains the deficiency of what I think are some important features. Perhaps I should just buy a separate alarm clock and keep this one in the kitchen...

4-0 out of 5 stars Almost Perfect
I have had this unit for several months now. I love the Monday throught Friday alarm. No remembering to turn in on during the week or turning it off on Saturday. It is such a great idea, I don't know why more companies don't make weekday alarms. Technically, this unit clock, alarm, and thermometer are wonderful. Always works, always accurate. On the minus sign, I do not like an unlit clock at night, and the the only way for me to check the time at night is to pick the clock up and put it in front of my face while pushing the light button. The white backlight in terrible, shines at the wrong angle for LCD, and eats batteries. I find some of the controls a little difficult to use. Daily things are easy to do (snooze, alarm off...). Occasional funtions are a trial and error process (set new alarm time). I would advise Oregon Scientific to use two AA batteries for for heft and duration, and switch to an 'indiglo' type back light. Maybe an AC adaptor for those of use who don't need an atomic travel clock, but want to see the time at 3:00 a.m. I love this clock. It is almost perfect. ... Read more


9. Oregon Scientific AS316NE-S Nightfinder Travel Alarm Clock, Silver
list price: $19.95
our price: $8.99
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Asin: B00006J038
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 1441
Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars
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No more fumbling for the clock in a dark hotel room to see whattime it is. This compact travel alarm clock features a uniqueNightfinder function that, when activated, illuminates the blue HiGlobacklight every few seconds during the night. When the function isturned off to save battery wear, such as when the clock is used athome, a simple touch against the screen will illuminate it for threeseconds. The current time and alarm time are displayed simultaneouslyin easy-to-read digital numbers. When it's time to get up, thecrescendo alarm starts beeping at a gentle level, then builds inintensity; sleepyheads can push gently on the screen to activate the5-minute snooze function. The alarm's on/off button and the time- andalarm-set button are handily located on the front. The clock snaps shutinto a compact unit measuring only 3-1/4 by 2-1/2 by 5/8 inches. Atabout half the size of Oregon Scientific's widescreen version, thistravel alarm clock requires only one AAA battery (included) foroperation. Accurate to within 0.5 seconds per day, the clock is backedby a 90-day warranty against defects. --Ann Bieri ... Read more

Features

  • Nightfinder function for dark hotel rooms illuminates every few seconds
  • Displays current time and alarm time simultaneously in large format
  • Alarm begins beeping gently, then builds in intensity
  • Hinged cover protects clock for travel, acts as table stand
  • 5-minute snooze function

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Can't recommend: could be so much better
The hinged cover has a lot of trouble staying open, it seems to be weighted wrong such that it tips over very easily (especially when snoozing the alarm!). This is probably the worst feature.

I find the nightfinder feature useless. Perhaps other find it useful, but there's usually enough ambient light to at least find the alarm clock, should I need to know what time it is at 4am (a quick push back on the clock turns on the backlighting).

It could be louder -- it usually wakes me up, but not reliably. It doesn't get louder at the end of its alarm sequence, just the beeps get more continuous.

I also find it very easy to leave the clock in either the Alarm Set or Time Set (the toggle switch doesn't give you a good sense when it's in the middle), which means the alarm will never go off.

Good things: it's light. Conservative with battery (assuming you don't accidentally turn on the nightfinder). Time is very visible and the backlighting is pleasant.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great clock, just one drawback
This is a great travel clock. It's small and light, making it great for the traveler. It is easy to use. When changing the time all you have to do is hold the button down for the time to change faster, which can be a little annoying if you are setting the alarm for several hours ahead or behind its current setting. The worst feature is that the button to turn on the nightfinder feature is located on the back of the clock when it is closed, which means it can be inadvertantly turned on if it is in your luggage or pocket. This means more batteries are wasted. Yet, all in all, this is an excellent, well-priced alarm clock for someone who needs to use one only every now and then or for that once-in-a-lifetime backpacking trip across Europe.

1-0 out of 5 stars It's a Joke
I've waited for a long time for this 'joke' to arrive. To set Time and Alarm you have two buttons: up or down. Say you want to change the alarm time from 7:00 to 8:00, you have to push the up buttons 60 times. I thought 'Nightfinder' is a good worth while feature to have, not so. It keeps on flashing this blueish light in the dark. It tickles me when I recall the first time my dog 'saw' this flashing light in the dark, she 'cried' with a scary noise, got up and left the room. It would be nice to have a constant light instead of a flashing one. The only good thing is it's small and lightweight for travelling. I still have difficulty to open the cover: it's not Sr. citizen friendly. This is my first encounter to use Oregon Scientific, I wonder it will be the last one too.

2-0 out of 5 stars What alarm?!
When I received this product in the mail, I was excited to have an easy to use travel alarm clock. However, when I tested the alarm, it wasn't any noisier than a pin dropping! Not too happy. I am returning the clock and hoping it was just a defect!

5-0 out of 5 stars Works Great!
Easy to use, set and read, keeps very good time and the alarm wont let you down! ... Read more


10. Oregon Scientific RM318PA ExactSet Projection Clock
list price: $59.95
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Asin: B00005B0BF
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 67190
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Whether you check on the time by consulting this alarm clock'sLCD screen or by looking at a large red-light projection of the timebeamed onto a wall or ceiling, you'll know the time is accurate. That'sbecause the clock is equipped with a radio receiver tuned to the U.S.Atomic Clock, and it keeps time with split-second accuracy byautomatically adjusting, if necessary, to the Atomic Clock's signalssix times every 24 hours. From those signals, the slim (1-5/8 inchesthick) 5-1/2-by-4-inch clock not only shows the precise time, but alsodisplays the date and day, with automatic adjustment for daylight- saving time and leap year, according to the North American time zonefor which the clock is set. (The day can be shown in English, Spanish,or French.) As a backup, you can set time, day, and date manually aswell as automatically.

The red-light projection makes it possible to check the time withoutsquinting. If the clock is in battery mode (two AA batteries included),pressing the clock's snooze bar will beam the time onto a wall or theceiling for five seconds. If the clock is plugged into a wall socketwith an AC adapter (included), the projection will be available eitherfor five seconds with the snooze bar or continuously if acontinuous-beam control is set. The projection beam comes from a device mountednext to the clock. The device pivots so the beam can be projected ontoany surface, and a dial focuses the beam for clarity. --FredBrack ... Read more

Features

  • Beams time in red onto wall or ceiling, either momentarily or continuously
  • Automatically sets and updates time/day/date with US Atomic Clock
  • Clock updates to any North American time zone, shows chosen zone
  • Crescendo alarm with 8-minute snooze function awakens soundest sleeper
  • Slim, 1-5/8-inch-thick alarm clock just 5-1/2 by 4 inches

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars A bit disappointed...
I bought this clock for the projection feature, but was pretty dismayed to find that the projection is so faint, that the room needs to be in pitch darkness in order to see the time. Since our blinds let in some light, by 6:30 AM, it is almost impossible to see the time.

Also, the "Radio Controlled" atomic clock setting doesn't seem to be received in NYC. It just shows the "No Reception" symbol, so you have to set the time yourself. So much for the "ExactSet" functionality...

And, oddly enough, the images show the clock as being black, but the one I received is silver.

3-0 out of 5 stars Pretty, but adequate
Very sleek looking clock but a few problems: The LED display on the face is not very bright and very difficult to see during the daytime (at night it is impossible to see the time unless you click the button to light it up for a few seconds), it is too easy to turn the alarm on/off by mistake since the buttons are flat.As mentioned in another review, you can project the time (in red digits) but only on the ceiling. On the wall, the time is displayed backwards. One thing I like about the clock is the alarm. It is a loud beep that goes off in intervals (the beeps move closer together until it goes off completely) ...Overall, I think it is a very nice-looking clock that works adequately.

4-0 out of 5 stars OK, but...
I purchased this clock for my visually impaired father. We both like gadgets and this was intriguing with its ability to receive short wave time broadcasts from the National Institute of Standards atomic clock in Boulder. It set its own time after a few minutes of operation.

He finds it difficult to use: if he picks it up he's apt to turn on the alarm function by mistake. This was waking him up nightly at 12AM until he put it in another room.

The projected time is only visible in a darkened room on the ceiling. I thought it might be able to project onto the wall behind the clock, reasonably close, and be visible during daylight. It does this, however the projected time is upside down. The designers intended for it to project on the ceiling.

The projected time, in red block digits, is bright enough and large enough for him to see at night on the ceiling.

This is the second Oregon Scientific product I have purchased. They build in high quality with innovative features. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this for its intended use. However if I were to purchase another clock from OS, it would be without the projection feature. ... Read more


11. Oregon Scientific Radio-Controlled Projection Alarm Clock, Purple
list price: $29.95
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Asin: B00006J03Q
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 61993
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Translucent plastic, a fluid shape, and rubber feet give thisclock a youthful appearance. Additional fun comes from the projectionfeature, which shines a digital image of the current time onto theceiling of a dark room. The clock's two-line LCD displays the currenttime with seconds or calendar date, the alarm set time, and a smalloutline of the USA which allows time zone selection. Radio signalsreceived from the U.S. atomic clock synchronize this calendar clockautomatically. Pressing the snooze button activates for five secondsboth the blue HiGlo backlight (a slight hum will be heard) and theprojection feature. While the clock illuminates only when activated,keeping the room dark, the projection light can stay on all night whenthe included power adapter is plugged in. The crescendo alarm startsbeeping gently, then builds in intensity. A snooze button gives theoption of eight more minutes of sleep (and running for the bus).Measuring 4-1/2 by 4-1/4 by 2-1/4 inches, the clock comes with two AAbatteries and a 90-day warranty against defects. --Ann Bieri ... Read more

Features

  • Highly accurate radio-controlled clock
  • Projects digital time image onto ceiling
  • Crescendo alarm with 8-minute snooze feature
  • Translucent plastic shell, rubber feet
  • Batteries and power adapter included

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars My favorite clock!
Two things.... ONE) This clocks seems to check the shortwave time signal fairly frequently. Most "Radio-controlled" clocks only check once a day... read the specs! You could be off several nanoseconds! So THIS one is MORE accurate! TWO) Don't get the clear one, even though it looks neat. The hyper-bright projector LED shines through the clear one and CAN disturb your sleep. The colored ones mask the LED... believe me, that is better! P

4-0 out of 5 stars Seems to work
Documentation could use some work. In particular, the simple question of how does one set the clock after putting the batteries in.

After looking thru all the text I finally found it.
So to save you some time here's what you do:

Put in the batteries, place it in an area where the signal strength is good. Leave it there overnight for it to set itself- now why couldn't they just say that as the first thing in the documentation????

The other way to set the clock is to use the manual settings - read instructions.

Projection appears to be good and readable in the dark. In early morning light it is rather faint.

5-0 out of 5 stars atomic time projection clock ala batman
This is a fun clock. In blue or purple, I have bought two so far.The one I gave as a present was enthusiastically received. With the projection feature, it casts a red Batman-reminicent time signal onto the ceiling that you can read while lying in bed. The time is set nationwide by the Colorado atomic clock which means accuracy. This feature is truly appreciated when your electricity goes out allowing you to reset your other clocks easily! The downside is the illuminated read out doesn't stay lit in your dark room while setting the alarm, unless you press the top again...and again...but this is a minor inconvenience given its other features.(If I bothered to turn a light on, then no problem at all.) The alarm starts with a nice single tone, then progressively adds more beeps. For those whose sensibilities are grated by alarm noise, simply turning it off or snoozing it another 6min or so, keeps alarm irritation in check. I love the colors, and the operation. I'm VERY glad to have this in my home! ... Read more


12. Oregon Scientific RM813PA-M Radio Controlled Kids Projection Clock
list price: $49.95
our price: $39.95
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Asin: B00006J03S
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 12186
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Is it an insect or another animal? Kids will have fun justlooking at this brightly colored clock with ribbed tail and rubberfeet. A special light projects the time in large digits onto theceiling or wall of a dark room, while the curved plastic tail glows asa night light (both have on/off knobs). The two-line LCD clock displaysthe current time on the top line; on the second line, the alarm settime or calendar date appears, along with a small outline of the USAwhich lets users select one of the four continental time zones. Radiosignals received from the U.S. atomic clock synchronize this calendarclock automatically. A snooze button gives kids the option of eightmore minutes of sleep (and running for the school bus). Measuring 6 by4-1/2 by 3-3/4 inches, the clock comes with two AA batteries and apower adapter, which is needed for continuous operation of thenightlight and time projection. A 90-day warranty covers againstdefects. --Ann Bieri ... Read more

Features

  • Alarm clock in fun colors and shape for kids
  • Tail glows as nightlight
  • Projects time onto ceiling or wall in large digits
  • Time zones shown on small map of the USA
  • Uses AC adapter and 2 AA batteries, included

13. Oregon Scientific RM888PA Travel Projection Clock
list price: $89.95
our price: $79.95
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Asin: B00006J03V
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 24650
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Slim and classy, this travel clock with its own leather casemakes a perfect gift. Time is displayed in both analog and digitalformat, and a projection light with focus knob beams a digital timeimage onto the ceiling. Radio signals from the U.S. atomic clock keepthe clock automatically synchronized; this feature can be disabled ifdesired. Pressing the snooze button activates for five seconds both theblue HiGlo backlight (a slight hum will be heard) and the projectionfeature. An included 7.5-volt power adapter enables continuousprojection. Two hour-offset functions allow a choice of time zone andlet travelers see current time locally as well as at home. Select oneof five languages to display the day of the week, and choose either a12- or 24-hour format for the time. The crescendo alarm starts beepinggently, then builds in intensity and will go off automatically aftertwo minutes unless the 8-minute snooze button or alarm button ispressed. Measuring 4 by 2-3/8 by 3/4 inches, with buttons andprojection knob on top, the clock runs on two AAA batteries (included),and is covered by a three-month warranty against defects. --AnnBieri ... Read more

Features

  • Slim, classy travel clock with leather case
  • Displays time in analog and digital format
  • Projection feature shows digital time on ceiling
  • Automatically synchronizes to U.S. Atomic Clock
  • Batteries and power adapter included

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Overpriced
This thing is extremely overpriced for what it does. The casing appears to be metallic but is actually plastic. There isn't an option to have the indiglo backlight to remain on when plugged into an electrical outlet. The analog time feature is more of a novelty. The atomic clock synchronization is VERY SLOW to respond. Most importantly the projection feature isn't able to be flipped or turned so one is limited in positioning the clock on the nightstand. Once positioned properly the projection feature makes glancing for the time very convenient when in bed. Other than that the only thing this clock has going for it is its compact design for business travelers and battery backup in case of electrical outages. ... Read more


14. Oregon Scientific RM313PA/C ExactSet Fixed Projection Alarm Clock - Clear
list price: $39.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005NN92
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 6468
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Easy to operate, uniquely shaped, and clad in clear plastic forthat 21st-century look, this alarm clock automatically sets and updatesthe time, day, and date and will project a large, glowing red image ofthe time onto a wall or ceiling. It operates either on two AA batteries(which are included) or with an AC adapter (also included) forcontinuous time projection. The backlit LCD display has a line for thetime and another line for calendar information, which you can set forabbreviations in English, French, or Spanish. The crescendo alarm comeswith an eight-minute snooze function and will awaken the soundestsleeper.

A radio receiver in the clock is tuned to the U.S. Atomic Clock,enabling the clock to maintain split-second accuracy by automaticallyadjusting, if necessary, to the Atomic Clock's signals six times every24 hours. From those signals, the clock also displays the time zone forwhich the user has set the clock (an adjustment for daylight savingtime and leap year is automatic.) If the clock is in battery mode,pressing the snooze bar beams the time for five seconds. If the clockis plugged into a wall socket, the projection is available either forfive seconds with the snooze bar or continuously if the continuous-beamcontrol is set. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Projects time image in red light onto wall or ceiling
  • Automatically sets and updates time/day/date with US Atomic Clock
  • Crescendo alarm with 8-minute snooze function awakens soundest sleeper
  • Date, month, day available in English, French, or Spanish
  • Backlit, two-line LDC display; cord or battery operation

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars Ok as clock. Annoying as alarm. TERRIBLE as travel alarm.
Ever since i saw an ad for a projection clock in the back of a comic book as a kid, i've wanted one. My wife ordered this clock for me and after only a few days we were so used to it that we'd instinctively look at the ceiling for the time while in bed.

The clock, as advertised, set itself via some mysterious atomic clock broadcast. This feature was nice for both its convenience as well as the geek factor. The clock uses its batteries for the clock mechanism. The power plug seems to be only for the projection, which will only stay on if the clock is plugged in. Otherwise, when you whack the snooze button, the projection time will show up for around 5 seconds.

Conclusion: as a projector clock, i give it 5 stars.

Now, as an alarm. This has to be one of the least intuitive clocks of all time for setting the alarm. You press and hold down the button with a weird icon and the word "daily". After holding it forever, you press the triangle button to change the hour/minute. In between these two buttons is the "zone" button, which cycles your timezone between the 4 u.s. zones. if you accidently bump this button, the timezone, and therefore the time changes. Since most of the time i'm sleepy when setting the alarm, this is extremely frustrating.

But here is the worst part... the backlight. 99% of the time that i am setting my alarm, i'm in bed with the lights out. To make the backlight come on, you hit the snooze button, which brings a nice blue backlight on. However, the timer on the backlight is shorter than the time required to hold down the "daily" button, so before you can get visual confirmation that you are now setting the alarm time, the backlight turns off. You cannot turn it back on while holding down the daily button, so you have to let go of the daily button, (hoping that you are now in alarm setting mode), then press the snooze again. You'll have to hit snooze several more times when trying to set the alarm, since you can only advance hours and minutes by banging on the triangle button.

Conclusion: as an alarm clock, i give it 1 star. Counter intuitive, hard to set, easy to screw up the time. Not at all good for sleepy people.

Now... as a travel alarm: I bought this clock while living in texas. In the meantime, i've relocated to New Zealand. The power adapter for the projector feature is 110v only, so we no longer keep the projection on. Thats to be expected though. The clock only understands 4 time zones. If you travel outside of those timezones, you have to choose which one you like, but then set your time manually. This too wasnt much of an ordeal. I kept central time for nostalgia. Here is the bad part: It doesnt happen often, and its impossible to tell when it is coming, but every once in awhile the clock will receive one of those phantom mystery atomic clock signals from the great beyond. They shouldnt reach the southern hemisphere, but at least once every 2 months they do. What this means is that while you are sleeping cosmic rays posess your clock and it is reset to the proper time for one of the 4 u.s. timezones chosen. This is worse than a power outtage. There is no way to disable the auto-set feature, so i'm stuck with a clock that might jump 18 hours during the night... and as a result, no longer wake me up.

Conclusion: as a travel alarm: 1 star.

4-0 out of 5 stars Takes a long time for the clock to be set...
This is a cool clock, however, it takes several days after you turn it on for the clock to be programmed by the national atomic clock in Colorado. This was a let down for me, now with a little warning....you will be prepared for this. I am sure that any 10-35 year old boy would love this gift for Christmas, I would suggest however that you start it up before wrapping it up, this will give the clock time to be set. It comes with batteries so all you have to do is pull a little plastic tab in the battery compartment and the clock will start.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for poor vision
I bought this because I can't see the time at night from across my bedroom (no bedstand). The projection is perfect, larger than any clock you can get on the market. The farther you place it from the ceiling - the larger the display.

NOTE! I own the blue one - I've read elsewhere that the blue and red version have a dark mask around the lcd projection - so the clock itself doesn't glow at night. The clear clock doesn't have this mask so it acts more like a NIGHTLIGHT on top of the ceiling projection. Take this into account when picking your color! ... Read more


15. Oregon Scientific RM982A Radio Controlled Alarm Clock
list price: $19.95
our price: $17.95
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Asin: B00006J03X
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 22589
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Sleep soundly with this precision dual-alarm clock by the bed.The weekday alarm can be programmed to go off Monday through Friday atthe same time and automatically skip Saturday and Sunday. The singlealarm will go off once at the preset time. Radio signals from the U.S.atomic clock keep the clock automatically synchronized. An hour-offsetfunction (+/- 9 hours) displays other time zones. Select one of fivelanguages to display the day of the week, and choose either a 12- or24-hour format for the time. Pressing the snooze button will activatethe white, noiseless backlight, which then goes off after five secondsto save battery wear. The clock does not stay illuminated all night, aboon to those who like to sleep in a truly dark room. The crescendoalarm starts beeping gently, then builds in intensity and will go offautomatically after two minutes. Measuring 4-1/2 by 3-1/2 inches with adomed top and curved back, the clock runs on one AA battery (included),and is covered by a three-month warranty against defects. --AnnBieri ... Read more

Features

  • Highly accurate clock with two alarms and calendar
  • Automatically synchronizes to U.S. Atomic Clock
  • Weekday alarm sounds only Monday through Friday
  • 8-minute snooze function
  • Backlight illuminates only when activated, keeping room dark

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Asin: B00028A65O
Catlog: Kitchen
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Asin: B00028A7V2
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18. Oregon Scientific RM868 Radio Controlled Projection Clock with Rotating Projection
list price: $79.95
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Asin: B00006J03U
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 53419
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Sleek and stylish, this versatile clock features three partsthat move independently to achieve desired positions. The larger unitwith two circular windows displays time in both analog and digitalformats and contains a wall-mount notch. The gently arched center unitfeatures the control and snooze buttons and acts as a stabilizing basewhen the clock is set on a table. The slender projection unit aims adigital time image toward the ceiling or wall, either horizontally orvertically, making this clock perfect for users in two separate beds,such as in a shared dorm room. Two knobs on the back allow manualadjustment of focus and image rotation, and a side button instantlyflips the projected image 180 degrees. Radio signals from the U.S.atomic clock keep the clock automatically synchronized; this featurecan be disabled if desired. Pressing the snooze button activates forfive seconds both the blue HiGlo backlight (a slight hum will be heard)and the projection feature. An included power adapter enablescontinuous projection. Two hour-offset functions and a U.S. indicatormap allow a choice of time zone. Select one of five languages todisplay the day of the week, and choose either a 12- or 24-hour formatfor the time. The crescendo alarm starts beeping gently, then builds inintensity and will go off automatically after two minutes unless the8-minute snooze button or alarm button is pressed. Measuring 5-1/2 by4-1/2 inches by 1 inches, the clock runs on two AA batteries(included), and is covered by a three-month warranty against defects.--Ann Bieri ... Read more

Features

  • 3-section projection clock allows varied positioning
  • Projects time onto ceiling or wall
  • 180° rotation button flips read-out direction
  • Time shown in analog and digital format
  • Wall-mount or table stand

19. Oregon Scientific AS688NE-S Widescreen Nightfinder Travel Alarm Clock, Silver
list price: $29.95
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Asin: B00006J03A
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 29710
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20. Oregon Scientific JMR838WFA Jumbo ExactSet Clock with Weather Forecaster
list price: $99.99
our price: $99.95
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Asin: B00005NN96
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 16556
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A great bedside companion for surfers, skiers, and weatherbuffs in general, this jumbo ExactSet clock from Oregon Scientifickeeps you on time and one step ahead of the weather. Using signals fromthe U.S. Atomic Clock, the ExactSet updates itself six times daily andadjusts automatically for daylight savings. The large LCD screenfeatures the time in 2-inch digits, as well as the date and day, timezone, and radio-frequency strength. Oregon Scientific also includes acrescendo alarm with an eight-minute snooze and a low-battery indicatorfor the primary and remote units. As for weather info, the screen showsindoor temperature, outdoor temperature, atmospheric pressure trends,and local weather forecasts. Both units are designed for the desktop orthe wall and function up to 100 feet apart. The main unit uses four AAAbatteries; the remote uses two. Because of how it operates, this clockis meant for use only in the continental U.S. --Emily Bedard ... Read more

Features

  • Alarm with 8 minute snooze
  • Displays temperature indoors (23 to 122 F) and outdoors (-4 to 140 F)
  • Shows atmospheric pressure trend and local weather predictions Features calendar and alarm with snooze
  • Main unit measures 10.68 by 8.16 by 1.44 inches
  • Remote measures 4.2 by 2.8 by 0.88 inches

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