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CASIO Travel Alarm Clock

by Casio
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 1.5 x 2.5 inches ; 1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00006WNM7
  • Item model number: PQ-10-1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,177 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Casio PQ-10-1R (PL001) Table Alarm Digital Clock is specially designed for travel and desk purposes For proper and effective visibility a light-emitting diode (LED) is used to illuminate the face It can be formatted 1224 timekeeping as per choice The users can also use the everyday alarm for a specific time as per their requirements For those who are little lazy snooze actively works each time you stop the alarm and later it turns up again Casio PQ-10-1R (PL001) Table Alarm Digital Clock Comes with 2 x LR44 Size Batteries

Customer Reviews

Then I switched to snooze mode.
NorseWoman
I doubt Casio still makes them, though, so buy while you can.
Doug Thacker
Clock is very, very compact and great for travel.
Frank

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

72 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Doug Thacker on November 10, 2009
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I spent several years, off and on, traveling independently in Asia, Australia and the Pacific Rim, for months at a time. My constant companion in these travels was this clock. Every other travel clock I looked at was too big. This one is smaller than a credit card (maybe half as tall). It also has a built-in stand that folds away so you can stow the clock in your pocket (i.e., it becomes a pocket watch of sorts); as well as an illumination button for use in the dark, and an alarm that's loud enough to ensure you won't sleep through it -- no matter how tired you might be.

This is a simple item, with a few well-marked buttons and thoughtful design, powered by two common button-cell batteries. It's also robust; I was still using mine well after the labels had worn off. One day, about six years after I bought it, I heard something clunking in the dryer. When I looked inside I found that I'd left the clock in a pants pocket, where it had been washed and dried. The crazy thing is, it was still keeping time! Who needs Rolex, right?

I'd pay about $25 for one of these. The fact they're under twelve bucks is just icing on the cake. I doubt Casio still makes them, though, so buy while you can.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Beverley on October 25, 2009
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Small to carry and easy to use (once I figured out how to open the control panel). Unfortunately, the alarm is very loud and sudden, doesn't gradually work up to maximum, so it's rather jarring to wake up to, but it does the job.
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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By James W. Janeri on August 26, 2009
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I've had 3 of these clocks over the past 15 years. My 2nd one just died after several hard years of use ... traveling literally around the world multiple times. Was sooo happy to find a new one on Amazon.

This clock is the perfect size (smaller than a business card), it lights up with the press of the big "light" button, and it's easy to change the time & alarm. And it doesn't make unwanted beeping noises every time you want to press a button. They have been very durable and ... best of all ... it slides very easily into a briefcase or shaving kit bag. It's perfect for the business traveler!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By C TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 7, 2012
This alarm clock is the perfect backup travel alarm clock. It is the smallest, lightest alarm clock possible that even has a few extra features to boot.

* It is small 2.6" W x 1.8" H x 0.6" D and weighs a scant 2oz with battery.

* It takes 2 LR44 watch batteries (easy to find) that have a lifespan of over 1.5 years and is lighter than the newer versions (Casio PQ-13 and Casio PQ-15) that take AAA and AA batteries.

* Extra features on this tiny clock are:
1) 12 & 24 hr settings
2) Snooze feature (only 5-mins though)
3) LED backlight (old green type)
4) 3 separate function buttons that adjust with an audible click: time (alarm/clock/display), display (12 or 24 hour), and alarm (on/off/snooze) so that there aren't any mistakes.

As a result of its compact size, the function buttons are tiny. However, after a few uses one can easily remember which button is which. In addition, as this is digital, there is no annoying ticking.

My main complaint is that the snooze/light button (the blue one is the picture) is not protected when the stand/cover is closed. As such, the button could get accidentally pressed during transport. However, this issue has not been addressed in subsequent versions.

Highly recommended as a backup travel alarm for those of us with smart phones. If the small labels and tiny buttons aren't an issue, this would also work well as a primary alarm clock.
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31 of 37 people found the following review helpful By NorseWoman on February 13, 2013
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I am a heavy sleeper and was relieved when many of the Amazon reviewers complained that this clock was too loud. I bought it, thinking it was just what I need for my travel alarm.

Setting it up was a snap. It runs on two lithium batteries, which should give it a very long battery life, and the buttons are easy to operate and intuitive. You press hour for hour, minute for minute; and there are several sliders. The first one lets you switch between alarm setting, time setting and normal mode, the second slider lets you select between 12/24 hours which is nice; and the third slider lets you choose between alarm on, alarm off, and snooze mode.

My definition of loud, is loud enough to wake me. I do own a clock radio which when in buzz mode is like an air-raid siren. Only once or twice have I ever turned it off in my sleep, which is a great track record for me.

To test the Casio Travel Alarm Clock I set it up on a table and pretended to sleep through the alarm. I wanted to see how long it would ring and how loud it would get, over about a half hour period. After this I planned to test the snooze function.

The sound is audible and gets a little louder with time, which is great, if only it would ring for more than 50 seconds. That's right folks. 50 seconds and then it stops. I tried it both in alarm and in snooze mode, and it just stops, all by itself.

On alarm mode I waited 20 minutes (more than long enough to be late for work), and no dice. Not one peep. The clock stayed silent. Then I switched to snooze mode. Same result. Clock would ring for 50 seconds, then just die, never to be heard from again.

This is BAD news, so just to be sure, I set it to snooze mode FIRST, THEN re-set the alarm.
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