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Color Changing Projector Clock

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  • Displays indoor and outdoor temperature readings
  • Projection feature displays atomic time, outdoor temp (when the sensor is connected to the clock) and alarm status
  • Forecasts weather 12 to 24 hours in advance using color changing graphical icons
  • Projection automatically adjusts depending on room brightness

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Color Changing Projector Clock + La Crosse Technology  WT-5220U-IT Projection Alarm Clock with Indoor/Outdoor Temperature
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 3 x 11 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000WN9XBC
  • Item model number: OR-BAR339P
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #307,158 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Weather Forecast with a Splash of Color- Feast your eyes on the color-changing weather forecast icons of this Atomic projection clock. Changes to these icons and colors are determined by the status of the 12 to 24-hour advance forecast. The clock also projects the precise Atomic time and outdoor temperature in large, easy-to-read numbers onto any flat surface. Sensors will detect if the light in the room intensifies, and will automatically turn on the projection. Features: Forecasts the weather 12 to 24 hours in advance using color-changing graphical icons: Sunny–Red/Orange, Partly Cloudy–Pink, Cloudy–Turquoise, Rainy–Purple, Snowy–Green Displays indoor and outdoor temperature readings Displays and stores daily high/low memory for indoor and outdoor temperature measurements Indoor temperature range: 23°F to 122°F (–5°C to 50°C) Outdoor temperature range: -22°F to 140°F (–30°C to 60°C) Projection feature displays Atomic time, outdoor temperature and alarm status in BLUE Touch key technology Projection automatically turns on depending on room brightness 180° projection rotation Automatically sets itself to the U.S. Atomic Clock and adjusts for Daylight Saving Time Features crescendo alarm with 8-minute snooze Features 12/24-hour format clock with calendar in 5 languages—English, French, German, Italian or Spanish LED backlight for easy viewing in lowlight conditions Included sensor wirelessly transmits weather data from up to 100 feet (30 meters) away Batteries included: three AAA (main unit) and one AA (sensor) 4.5V AC adapter included Dimensions : 4.78L × 4.57H × 2.29D inches


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Customer Reviews

Sometimes it would rotate the projection display 180 degrees.
Betty Buhr
OK, so this isn't the worst product I have ever purchased, but I should have sent it back 'cause it was a waste of money as far as I am concerned.
Thomas
Blue light projection is too bright... lights up the whole room.
Kowalski

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

99 of 102 people found the following review helpful By John Doe on January 28, 2010
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I had an older Oregon Scientific clock (atomic, projection, weather) that works perfectly. It projects the time in crisp red which is the right brightness - you can clearly see it at night, and it does not illuminate the whole room. Also one can rotate the displayed image 360 degrees. My only complaints with that clock were the lack of temperature display on the ceiling and the hard to read clock face (old style LED - dark gray on light gray). One can illuminate the clock face by pressing a button but cannot permanently turn illumination on.

I needed another clock so I decided that this one should be much better, especially with the temperature being shown on the ceiling. That new clock was a huge disappointment. First it is indeed too bright - it is like a projector that illuminates the whole room, although one can get used to it. The image cannot be focused very well, and it has only two positions at 180 degrees from each other. Because of that I can either have the image on the ceiling right (but cannot see well the clock face), or have the clock turned so that I can see it (but the image on the ceiling is at an angle). Another huge problem is the illumination of the clock face. When turned off it is difficult to read but unlike the old model you can turn it on. And there the problems begin. Some designer kid has had fun designing the display with animations and color changes that are supposed to track better the weather changes. So at night, while you are trying to sleep and get used to the bright bluish light from the projector, suddenly color flashes start playing around. My wife almost got a heart attack when this happened for the first time.

The verdict - just returned it.
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44 of 44 people found the following review helpful By O. Nielsen on September 8, 2009
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Great product. A bit of a learning curve to get the World Time Zone set, but the remote temperature sensor is on my back porch and sends in a good clear signal upstairs through our two-story home. The only funky thing about it (projector works great) is the projector sleep/lock. If the projector is set to ON it is very bright and lights up the darkened room almost too much. So I turned it off, to touch-on only mode, which strangely goes into lock mode if left inactive for a bit and makes you hold down snooze for many seconds until the display projects again. I mostly have it off now which defeats the cool purpose of hitting snooze to temporarily show the display. Even the main display is really bright and can be like a night light -- but so close to the bed is too bright I found. Still geeking out with it though and love it overall.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By sab on November 26, 2009
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I like all the features of this clock, except that the projection image can only be rotated 180 degrees. It projects both the time and temperature at the same time, which is a feature I wanted most. I like the alarm symbol that is also projected to let you know the alarm is set. When the snooze is activated the alarm symbol (a bell) flashes. It has an AC adapter and a battery backup. The reviews I read said the projection was too bright. I agree that it is rather bright, but it doesn't keep myself or my spouse from loosing any ZZZZZZZs and functions as a nice night light.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Whois1145 on August 30, 2010
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I decided after my original Oregon projection alarm clock finally died (after the projector went out after 7+ years) I would give this one a shot. I read the reviews and alot of people think the projector is too bright. I was shocked at first because it was bright, but then I thought how my old clock got more dim as time went on so I was OK with it. If you've never had a projection clock, you've got to try this. I like the fact that both the LED screen and projector are able to be shut off at night. The projector has a light sensor so if you turn your room lights on it will automatically shut off. Also the weather forecast is nice. I've only noticed once the forecast was not accurate, but again if it's as accurate as the weathermen it's pretty good. Overall I would give this clock 5 stars. It does what it's advertised to do. I also would say if your worried about the projector being bright, you will get used to it.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By W. Lee Bowman on November 20, 2009
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I hesitated with buying this clock even though it seemed to have everything I wanted because of the critiques of it being too bright. Those must have been written by very light sleepers. It is a bit bright, but I think that's just fine. I want to be able to see it in the dark and it's never bothered me! The crescendo beeping alarm is wonderful and sure beats those loud, irritating ones. It took a while for it to lock on to the sensor outside...I had to move it where it could see it. But once locked in, I moved it back to my desired spot and it works fine. The different colors are nice, but since I live in San Diego, I will worry if it ever turns green (snow). At 1 AM it does rotate and flash through the colors as it recalibrates the signal from Boulder, Colorado, but that's never disturbed me. I don't think any alarm clock is perfect but this is close. I had a marvelous but expensive chiming clock from Now & Zen but it died after about a year and a half and the time light was too dim to see at night. I had a Honeywell projection clock, too, but it also died. Maybe they all have a limited life expectancy, but here's hoping with this one.
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