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La Crosse Technology WT-5220U-IT Projection Alarm Clock with Indoor/Outdoor Temperature
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- Wireless outdoor temperature (°F/°C), Monitors indoor temperature (°F/°C)
- Projects time and outdoor temperature (alternating) on wall or ceiling in easy to read numbers
- Projection and arm rotate for proper viewing, Automatic focus of projection
- Atomic time and date with manual setting, Automatically updates for Daylight Saving Time (on/off option)
- 12/24 time display, Perpetual calendar, Time zone setting, Time alarm with snooze, AC power adapter included
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La Crosse Technology WT-5220U-IT Radio Controlled Projection Alarm Clock with Temperature
Know your temperature outside even before you get out of bed! Projection Alarm clock alternates both Time and/or Outdoor Temp (F/C) on your ceiling or wall with Arm Rotation for Proper Viewing and Auto-Focus. Wireless Temp Sensor transmits within seconds to the clock. Clock receives accurate atomic time for updates and will reset for daylight saving time. Displays indoor temp and date, and has LED backlight and Time Alarm with Snooze.
Self-setting Atomic Time and Date
Automatically adjusts clock to your chosen time zone (25 different settings from 0 GMT +/-12) and resets during Daylight saving time. Have no worries when it's time to reset the clock. Optional manual time setting and adjustable to standard 12 hour or military 24 hour time. WWVB icon indicator displays when atomic signal is received.
Alternate your current time and/or outdoor temperature (3 modes) viewable on a wall or ceiling. Automatic projection focus and 180 degrees arm rotation. LED backlight and optional views on lower section of display (temperatures, counting seconds, alarm time, or date)
Set time alarm to wake or snooze an extra 6 minutes. Alarm icon indicator displays when active.
Monitor the indoor room temperature and receive wireless outdoor temperature from included weather resistant temperature sensor (TX37U-IT) Transmits from a 330 ft distance. Obstruction from glass, windows, and walls can reduce signal strength, so we recommend testing in a location temporarily for 4 hours before permanent mounting the sensor. Temperature display adjustable to Fahrenheit or Celsius. Outdoor range down to -39.8 F and up to 139.8 F. Signal indicator displays when transmitting sensor is connected.
Desktop or Tabletop
Includes 6V AC adapter, but requires battery backup of 3 AA alkaline
- Wireless IN/OUT Temp (F/C)
- Projects Time or Outdoor Temperature (alternating)
- on Wall or Ceiling in Easy to Read Numbers
- Projection and Arm Rotate for Proper Viewing
- Automatic Focus of Projection
- Atomic Time and Date with Manual Setting
- Automatically Updates for Daylight Saving Time (On/Off Option)
- Perpetual Calendar
- Time Zone Setting
- Time Alarm With Snooze
- LED Backlight
- Specifications: OUT Temp Range -39.8 F to 139.8 F, IN Temp Range 14 F to 99.9 F
- Projection Alarm 3 AA Alkaline Batteries
- (Not Included) or Included 6V AC Power Adapter
- Sensor: 2 AA Alkaline Batteries (Not Included)
Top Customer Reviews
So, I went looking, trying to be a little frugal since the Oregon models had popped up into the $60+ range.
Decided on the La Crosse WT-5220U-IT.
What a mistake.
First, if you have never had a projection clock, this might seem like a pretty good unit, but if you are experienced in this technology, you understand this is scrapped right off the bottom of the projection clock barrel.
First off, the instructions are worthless. They are missing key indicators like how to make the hour and min flash since they don't tell you what button to push to get there, they just say they are flashing and to push the second button to change the settings. Huh?
Tip: Put the batteries in the sensor then within one minute the clock, set them next to each other to get the temp connected, hang your temp sensor outdoors, and pray you are close to an Atomic Clock signal for the rest of it. Otherwise, you had better know your Greenich Mean Time -point, since that is how it reads while setting. Very Chinese...
As far as the projection, at 6 feet, it projects a dim, 5-6" high time, then changes to temp every few seconds. The numbers are small, and if you wear glasses, you might find yourself reaching for your specs in the middle of the night to see the display. It's that dim and small.Read more ›
The alarm is suitably loud and annoying and gets me up. The time/temperature display on my wall is amply bright.
The directions that come with the clock are pretty bad. They should say: put the batteries in and leave it alone. Come back the next morning, at which time it will have found the signal and be fully functional. The instructions for manually setting the time did not make any sense.
All in all---a great clock.
First, at night I can only see what time it is on the ceiling. The blue backlight only comes on if you hit any button and stays on for a few seconds, otherwise there is no backlighting on this clock. So if you wake up in the middle of the night and are facing the clock you have to roll over onto your back to view the projection on the ceiling or hit a button to view the numbers on the clock itself. There is no way to adjust the settings to have the backlight stay on. This is a poor design and should be redesigned to give you the option to have the clock lit at night.
Second, the buttons on the front of the clock that are used to turn on the alarm clock and make adjustments require that you hit them multiple times for them to work. Plus it is really akward to hit the buttons on the front of the alarm clock while you are lying in bed. At least the snooze is on the top, is easy to hit, and is responsive each time you hit it.
Overall, I like that I can see the outdoor temp and time on my ceiling but wish the buttons were more responsive, were not on the front of the clock, and wish it had backligting so it can be viewed at night without hitting a button. I would buy a different clock if I could do it again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
don't waste your money vary hard to set up not user friendly!!Published 2 days ago by David H Brown
We are very disappointed in this product. It does not project well nor is it easy to read the time and temperature. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Judie
I love this projection clock. All I have to do is look up at the ceiling at night to know what time it is or how cold it is outside. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Megan G.
This is the second (and last) La Crosse projection clock for me and BOTH have performed miserably... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Mike Gibbons
This projection clock works exactly as described. I enjoy looking up to my ceiling at night and seeing the time and outside temperature.Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
Our old La Crosse atomic clock died after 15-20 years of 24/7 service. Actually, the outdoor temperature/humidity sensor died; the clock/indoor sensor still works fine. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this unit primarily for the projection feature. At 20 feet the numbers are dim in a dark room. At 10 feet they are brighter but smaller, which makes sense. Read morePublished 8 days ago by R. Scott