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La Crosse Technology WT-3102S 10-Inch Atomic Analog Wall Clock, Silver

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  • For precise time in the home or office, atomic analog clock from La Crosse Technology
  • Frame features chrome-colored finish with black inner trim; flat lens covers clock face from dust and debris
  • Clock resets regularly by radio-control to match the US Atomic Clock in Colorado and adjusts automatically for daylight savings time
  • Users select from 4 time zone setting buttons on the reverse for area time; requires separate purchase of 1 AA battery
  • Clock measures 10 inches in diameter and 1-2/3 inch in depth with a 7-1/4-inch diameter face; this clock is covered by a 1-year warranty
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  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 1.5 x 10.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000AMCAUG
  • Item model number: WT-3102S
  • Batteries 1 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (181 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,471 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Keep track of time with the utmost precision with this attractive atomic analog wall clock from La Crosse Technology. The stylish clock receives radio signals at a 60kHz frequency up to 2000 miles away from its source, the United States Atomic Clock in Boulder, Colorado. By radio communication with its built-in antenna, the clock regularly updates the hour, minute, and second of the day for continued accuracy. Additionally, the clock adjusts automatically for daylight savings time in the spring and fall.

An attractive chrome-colored plastic frame encompasses the clock face. Underneath the flat lens, contemporary numerals adorn the face for easy reading. Four buttons allow users to choose the appropriate United States time zone. For those who prefer their clocks to run five minutes fast or to match another clock, the clock offers a manual set option. For the best results, place the clock away from computers, electronic equipment or other articles that receive a signal. The clock may be slow to receive signals upon initial set-up, but should communicate unhindered after one day. This clock requires the separate purchase of one AA battery for a year's worth of power. With a 7-1/4-inch diameter face, the full body of the clock measures 10 inches in diameter with a 1-2/3-inch depth. The clock weighs 1-1/3 pounds upon shipping. --Jessica Reuling

Product Description

Keep the perfect, most accurate time with this stylish 10" atomic wall clock. It uses one "AA" battery and is very simple to use - simply insert the battery and press your time zone button, then hang on the wall.


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Customer Reviews

Looks good and keep excellent accurate time.
Dave
I called customer service again, and they are yet to return my call 4 days after I left them a voice mail.
Put
This clock is attractive and automatically sets the time even after daylight saving time.
Patsy Jones

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By S. Furst on August 2, 2006
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This is an attractive 10" clock, white face, silver bezel (also available with black). The unique feature is the ability to synchronize with the atomic clock (WWWVB) in Ft. Collins, CO. Watching the hands speed around the dial as it initially sets itself is worth the price of the clock in itself. We bought one for a play room and liked it so much we bought two more.

After placing the battery, the clock begins searching for the signal. Generally it only takes a couple of minutes to sync, but it came take up to 24 hours. You need to set the time zone in which you live (Pacific, Eastern, etc). The clock automatically adjusts for DST (part of the WWWVB signal, apparently). If you live in areas of the country that don't recognize DST, there is a button on the clock to disable the DST offset.

Note that for the clock to receive the WWWVB signal, it cannot be in a shielded environment. We've had no problems in our home placing the unit in various rooms with an outside window, but I suspect it might not work in a windowless basement (in which case it functions as a regular clock). My company bought a ton of similar clocks, only to find that they cannot receive the signal in a windowless, steel building. Your mileage may vary.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Constance Klein on July 30, 2010
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We have four of these clocks. First we bought one, thought it was really neat, and then bought three more.

Every clock has quirks. One refused to set the right time zone--and we live in Fort Collins, CO, home of the atomic clock. Telling the clock to set the time for another zone and then changing back to Mountain Time solved that one. That clock worked fine for two and one-half years. Now it's four hours slow. The same trick didn't work a second time. Removing the battery and reinserting it made the clock set the right time--for a few hours. Then it was back to four hours slow.

Two clocks spun their hands through twelve hours. One did this regularly at 4:00 for weeks but has stopped. After that escapade, the second hand is stuck. The other clock completely died.

The fourth clock's second hand never worked but the clock does keep time.

The clocks are great for amusement value but that isn't why you usually buy a clock.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By timmanch02 on April 2, 2007
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With the DST issues this year, this clock was annoying... I have two of them, and one worked (updated) and the other didn't. Now it's fine, but I think the automatic setting thing may be overrated.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Justin Morgan on November 10, 2006
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After receiving my La Crosse atomic clock, I followed the 4 simple steps on the back of the box and left it hanging on my wall overnight near a window on the west side of my house. Basically, to set it up all you do is install a AA battery and press a button on the back of the clock to set your time zone (ET, CT, MT, or PT), the clock will do the rest overnight. The reception of the signal appearently clearest during the night, according to the instruction manual.

Anyway, the next morning after hanging it on my wall the clock was in perfect synchronization with the time shown on my DirecTV satellite TV. I live in the greater Seattle area and had no trouble receiving the atomic timekeeping radio signal from Ft. Collins, CO. I'd rate this clock a 5 star buy. The only slight downside is that the construction is inexpensive plastic (not metal), but then the clock would probably cost a lot more if it were metal.

Note: The manual warns that this may not work in the interior of a building. Also, the clock probably won't receive a signal if you're inside a metal-framed building (such as an office tower). Wooden buildings with lots of windows will work best, especially if you're far from Colorado.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sh8un on March 13, 2009
Keep time very very accurately (as it should since it's atomic clock) but "Second" hand keep getting stuck and freezes from the first day i opened the box. battery life is excellent but material is not so top quality (but what should i expect from $15 or $20 clock?) I purchase this clock in july 2008.
But i have to admit, this clock still working so i guess it is a plus.

Update 1 (April 13, 2012): I just fixed the "Second Hand" and now everything works fine. I found out due design flaw in resetting this clock many other folks have the same problem but now after 3-4 years, It's perfect again.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By ETD on December 5, 2013
I own four of La Crosse's so called "Radio Controlled", or "Atomic", clocks ... all four originally worked perfect, then all four failed on the same day (still indicating that they received the NIST signal, but failing to re-set the clock). I understand that the NIST transmission was upgraded on that day, but they say that no existing receivers should be effected, the original time data is still on the signal, and it was just an upgrade. I did my research on the web, and found that thousands of other La Crosse clock users had the same problem. In other words, the La Crosse engineers should have designed a system that would tolerate upgrades to the signal.

I contacted La Crosse, carefully explaining the situation, and asking if they were going to do the right thing, and provide a solution, or new working clocks. They responded with a standard form letter, suggesting that I "try changing the batteries", or "try moving the clocks to a different location". I responded explaining that I had already tried all of that, and I again carefully explained that all four clocks functioned perfectly, and all four failed on the same day (still indicating that they received the NIST signal, but failing to re-set the clock) ... this is not a battery or location issue, it's an engineering failure.

The final response from La Crosse was that my clocks are "out of warranty", so it's my problem, not theirs.

So let me ask you this ... if a company refuses to do the right thing, and replace a product with an obvious design flaw, why would anyone ever buy a product from them again?
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