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Oregon Scientific BAR339DPA Daylight Weather Projection Clock

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  • 180-Degree rotating projection of weather forecast, time and outdoor temperature
  • Projection feature brightens as room light levels increase
  • Weather forecast is shown in easy-to-read icons- sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy, rain, or snow
  • Calendar with weekday displays in your choice of languages: E-English, S-Spanish, I-Italian, F-French, D-Dutch, R-Russian
  • Includes one wireless outdoor temperature sensor (RTHN318)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 1.8 x 3.2 inches ; 13.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001BXM2MY
  • Item model number: BAR339DPA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
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Product Description

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BAR339DPA Daylight Weather Projection Clock

BAR339
Daylight Weather Projection Clock Keeps You in the Know

This sleek black weather clock will always keep you “in the know.” The projection feature shines the current time, outdoor temperature and future weather forecast on your choice of surfaces. The integrated light sensor detects the current light levels, and automatically adjusts the projection beam to the perfect level of brightness – making it easy to see the projection at even the brightest time of day. Included wireless sensor gives you the precise outdoor temperature and calendar display in your choice of 5 languages keeps you on schedule.

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Product Features

• 180° rotating projection of weather forecast, time and outdoor temperature
• Projection feature brightens as room light levels increase
• Time auto-sets with Atomic time function
• Weather forecast is shown in easy-to-read icons– sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy, rain, or snow
• Indoor and 1-channel outdoor temperature display
• Temperature shown in either F° or C°
• Calendar with weekday displays in your choice of languages: E-English, S-Spanish, I-Italian, F-French, D-Dutch, R-Russian
• Alarm with 8-minute snooze function
• LCD with red LED backlight
• CDS sensor for projection and LCD backlight brightness control
• Includes one wireless outdoor temperature sensor (RTHN318)
• AC adapter included for continuous projection

Top Four Product Benefits

Feature: Benefit
Daylight projection: Information is easy to read
Projects time and temperature: Read information on any surface
Auto sets to the US atomic clock: Get the precise time anytime
12/24 hour future weather forecast: Stay ahead of the weather

Contents

• BAR339DPA Main Display Unit
• 1 Wireless Temperature Sensor RTHN318)
• 2 CR2032 batteries (main unit), 1 AA battery (wireless sensor)
• AC adapter

Product Description

This sleek black weather clock will always keep you in the know. The projection feature shines the current time, outdoor temperature and future weather forecast on your choice of surfaces. The integrated light sensor detects the current light levels, and automatically adjusts the projection beam to the perfect level of brightness - making it easy to see the projection at even the brightest time of day. Included wireless sensor gives you the precise outdoor temperature and calendar display in your choice of 5 languages keeps you on schedule. Features: 180° rotating projection of weather forecast, time and outdoor temperature Projection feature brightens as room light levels increase Time auto-sets with Atomic time function Weather forecast is shown in easy-to-read icons – sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy, rain,or snow Indoor and 1-channel outdoor temperature display Temperature shown in either F° or C° Calendar with weekday displays in your choice of languages: E-English, S-Spanish, I-Italian, F-French, D-Dutch, R-Russian Alarm with 8-minute snooze function LCD with red LED backlight CDS sensor for projection and LCD backlight brightness control Includes one wireless outdoor temperature sensor (RTHN318) AC adapter included for continuous projection


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The clock does not find the Atomic time signal.
Jim King
The projection is not too bright at night (doesnt light up the whole room!)
Judith Bronowski
Even tried buying new ones, Still doesn't work.
Lois Lerra

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By pbug56 on July 31, 2011
I've had mine for about 2 years. Starting several months ago, once in a while I'd find that the clock had dropped back exactly one hour. Sometimes it would fix itself a few hours later, sometimes it would take days and numerous reset attempts to get it to show the correct time. I reported it to OS. Person on the phone put me on hold a while, then came back to tell me that he was told a few of these clocks had a defect that caused the problem. To determine if mine was one of them, I was to do a full reset. If it was, they would replace it at no charge. I put new batteries in the sensor and reset it. I unplugged the clock, removed its batteries, waited 90 plus minutes, put all back together and did a reset. A few days later the problem returned. Called back, got told that there was no such problem or policy. I persisted, was told that my complaint would be escalated, that I'd hear back in about 24 hours. That went by, but it's now over the weekend - maybe I'll hear back Monday.

FYI, I have an older version of the clock. Other then projection issues (the clock fell a few times and part of the lens assembly is gone), it works well. We have a few other OS products, including a rain sensor system, which other then the pain of changing the batteries seems to work just fine. I'm not anti OS, but I'd really like to know that my alarm clock doesn't sometimes run an hour late!
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46 of 55 people found the following review helpful By M. dickinson on November 7, 2009
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Alternating between outside temperature and the clock is irritating. I want to glance up and see the time and temp, not have to stare at it to come around to the time or temp. When I bought this the alternating was not specified and the pictures are misleading. They claim their Weather Forecaster method is accurate 75% of the time per the user manual, how about less than 25 %, if that...The older model this replaced was much better and about half the price, one of the silver projection clock thermometers. The projection surface with this has to be about 10 feet away to be focused, I had the old one focused above the bed but this one isn't clear until you aim it further away, on the wall at the foot of the bed in our case.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Kevin J. Sweet on August 22, 2012
The Oregon Scientific clock I replaced would sit at my bedside facing me and project the time and temperature constantly on the ceiling above my head. The only thing I didn't like about it was that the clock and sensor reception ran off of battery instead of the DC adapter (the latter is only used for the projection) and so had the very annoying side effect of the slowly fading over time as the batteries drained. (I ended up hacking the old unit, which I am back to using since this clock is such a lose, by connecting a second DC adapter in place of the batteries.)

The one good thing about this clock is that they *finally* power the clock/sensor/projection from the DC adapter and have batteries to keep the time in case of a power failure (the clock does not display anything if unplugged from the wall but keeps time).

The fatal design flaws of this unit are:

1) The projection can be rotated 180 degrees but cannot be rotated in 90 degree increments (which you need if you want to look at the clock on the bedside but be able to look straight up to see the projection) or freely (like my old unit). If I have the clock placed so I can see the face at the bedside, the projection is sideways on the ceiling as a result.

2) It displays worthless weather forecast icons along with the time instead of the time and the outdoor temperature (like my old unit). You can have the clock cycle between displaying the worthless icons + time and the outdoor temperature, but you cannot have both projected at the same time. If you want to see both pieces of information you have to keep staring at the projection until it cycles.

3) There is no way to adjust the brightness of the projection.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By NanReviews on November 7, 2011
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We purchased this clock because it also displayed the time and temperature during the day which we thought would be really nice and it was. However, at night it was a blinding beacon of light on my night stand and I couldn't sleep! My husband put 2 DARK sunglass lenses from an old pair of sunglasses on top of the projection light and we turned off the display on the clock itself in order to make it dark enough to sleep. We were still able to see the time/temperature through the dark lenses at night and during the day, which gives you an idea of how bright it is! The only other thing I didn't like about it was the fact that it toggled between the time and temperature. I would prefer them to be displayed together so you don't have to stare at it to wait for the information to display. So the bottom line is, if you don't mind light in your room at night or waiting for the time and temperature to display separately this is a great product. After giving this product a try, we decided to return it for an Oregon Scientific model that does only projects at night and displays the information simultaneously which we have had before and really liked. We'll miss the daylight display though!
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 2, 2011
I almost did not buy because of the negative reviews. Glad I blew them off. If accurate weather forecasts is your primary goal then turn on the TV or better yet look outside. The forecast is based on the change in barometric pressure. The projection on the ceiling is very good day and night. The alarm is very light especially for the hard of hearing - me.
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