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Equity by La Crosse SkyScan 31420 Travel Atomic Alarm Clock


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  • Travel alarm clock with atomic clock; sets time and date based on WWVB radio transmissions from US Atomic Clock
  • Digital display with on-demand yellow backlight; shows time, seconds, date, weekday, and indoor temperature
  • With 5-minute snooze alarm; auto DST function with on/off option
  • Requires separate purchase of 2 AAA alkaline batteries for power; folding design for compact travel
  • Measures 3 inches wide by 3-1/2 inches deep by 4 inches high

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 4 x 3.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000YRC7I2
  • Item model number: 31420
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #143,437 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Equity's Skyscan 31420 atomic travel alarm clock with calendar and temperature automatically sets itself. It can automatically adjust itself for daylight savings time. The display features a digital calendar with the day, the date, and a luminescent backlight. The 31420 requires two AAA batteries (sold separately).

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Customer Reviews

Setting this clock is not very easy, either.
ejlcom
The nice bright face, with contrasting yellow background, shown on the image is only a sticker.
S. Pfeiffer
Will not sync with radio signal to set the correct time - the reason I purchased.
Lee C.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By S. Pfeiffer on June 14, 2009
I'm sending this back! The nice bright face, with contrasting yellow background, shown on the image is only a sticker. The actual face is gray and black and is not easy to see, even when lit by pushing the tiny button that you'll never find in the dark. Even worse is if the clock is not near a window, it won't set the time. It also can't be in a concrete building, or about 10 other places according to the directions, for it to work properly. I can't trust that this will work properly wherever I'm staying on my trip.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By ejlcom on October 15, 2009
I have tried to get used to this clock but there is no loving it! I cannot easily (or even with effort) see the display. The blacklight is difficult to trigger when one is in the dark and the yellow background is, oh so, difficult from which to discern the display numbers.

Setting this clock is not very easy, either. As I travel from time zone to time zone, I have to manually set the zone via a confusing and hard-to-see menu. I have had, however, no problem with the signal being picked up so this clock does accurately display the hour and minute (dependent upon my getting the correct time zone set).

I am terribly disappointed and will be getting rid of this travel clock as soon as I can find a decent replacement.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Gisele Reaney on December 8, 2009
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I have had my clock for 2 years now. It is running off the original batteries. In the winter time with have power outages and I am always on time because my clock is accurate. I have left it in my truck on hot days. Dropped it many times and even dropped things on it. I lost it in my couch for awhile and it is still working.
I agree that the manual is confusing and it may not be displaying the proper time when you get it. I don't really have an issue with the lighted face sticker because I know that a constantly lit face would really eat up the battery life. Many times I have reached for this clock in the night and hit the button lighting up it's face and found out not only what time it is, but also the temperature.
The look of this clock, is that it is cheaply made and not sturdy. I didn't think much of it when I bought it, now I think it is the best clock I have ever owned. It folds up with a protective cover or fold it into a standing position (I know! It's like a transformer! How cool is that.)
One of the best features of this clock is that it resets itself every night at midnight. You never have to reset it. I check it with my computer every now and again and it is always right on.
1. small
2. silent
3. reliable
4. accurate
5. easy to read large display
6. tough
7. extremely unpretentious
8. fuss free
9 day and date display
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Addicted2Amazon on November 8, 2010
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Great clock, good display although its a gray background with black letters - not like the picture which shows more of a yellow / lit background. It always seems accurate and syncs with the atomic clock fine. Its not that close to a window in my office on the 3rd floor of an office building.

Only downside is the batteries (2 AAA) only lasted about 35 days for the first set, then the display started to fade away, which was fixed with new batteries. If this thing needs 2 new batteries each month - wow, adds up to quite a bit of $$. I used Sunbeam batteries, not sure if "name brand" ones will last longer. I might consider some rechargeable batteries - I like the clock enough that it would be worth it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael Randolph on November 26, 2009
This clock requires a little patience starting off, but it's great as a regular bedroom clock. The other reviews focus on some drawbacks and annoyances which don't apply in my case. It took a day or so for it to lock in on the correct time. Once that happens, it works great and goes for months and months on two AAA batteries. It's incredibly energy efficient which perhaps is why the backlighting isn't designed to stay on beyond a few seconds after pushing the button. It's easy to reset the alarm time, turn it on or off, or switch to snooze mode. All the buttons are on the front and easy to use. It's also compact, attractive looking, and cleverly designed, such as having the flip top also function as a base when flipped all the way around. I love this clock and plan to buy more for other family members. I'd give it five stars except for the fact it does have some limitations as pointed out by other reviewers.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By AM Engineering on May 5, 2011
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The vertical viewing angle is ridiculous. It is only about 45 degrees wide and one needs to look down from above the clock. It cannot be read when viewed straight on. It is defect that should be recalled. The company's claim: "We do not know of any known issues with this model". This is untrue as I read other complaints for the same problem and even on their own web forum. Funny, the ones on their forum are gone. The viewing angle problem is not limited to this model and goes back years. It has been suggested it is the batteries. The missing forum posting's answer even suggested the batteries might be too good. Silly.

Be prepared for immediate warranty costs. They expect us to pay to have a brand new product which was just purchased days ago fixed under warranty. The odds are the polarization of the display was improperly done in the factory. A defect. A defect that want us to pay to correct.

"Equity" is Equity Industries using the La Crosse name via a joint venture. Equity is nothing more then an importer with ~9 employees according to Manta.

The defect in the design is a warning sign of cheap junk from China being sold for high profit via the once trusted La Crosse name.

It's about profit not quality.
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