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Daylight Projection Clock


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  • LCD display with animation of time and temperature
  • Infrared motion sensor to activate snooze function and changes display mode
  • Projection automatically adjusts intensity depending on room lighting conditions
  • Includes AC adapter for continuous projection
  • 180-Degree projection rotation

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000WM3H6U
  • Item model number: LTP0632510311001
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,267,658 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Oregon Scientific Daylight Projection Clock Daylight Projection Clock

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Customer Reviews

Same issue as others have said.
R. Galle
Sometimes it jumps ahead 2 or even 3 hours, then resets itself to the correct time a day or two later.
Jim
It keeps changing time zones so time is constantly off by hours!
B. W. F. Dagevos

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Tom on January 4, 2009
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I had my clock for about a month, and after many struggles, finally had to return it.

On the plus side, yes, the clock is stylish and looks nice. The displays (both on the clock itself and the projected display on the ceiling) are easy to read. Even the projected display is readable in daylight conditions. However, while the clock does have a sensor which dims the display during low light, it is still bright at night. I didn't consider this an issue, but if you like your bedroom dark, this may not be the clock for you. I was somewhat concerned about the projector bulb. I could find no way of replacing it, and since it's on 24 hours a day, how long will the bulb last? Will you have to throw the clock away in a few months when the bulb burns out?

Unfortunately, I also encountered several other major issues which ultimately made me decide not to keep the clock. First, the automatic time set function does not work. The clock is supposed to receive a radio signal and automatically adjust the time. The indicator on my clock showed that it was receiving a "strong" time sync signal, however, while the minutes remained accurate, the hours fluctuated randomly. The owners manual was no help. The manual that is shipped with the clock is one which covers multiple clock models in multiple languages, so ends up being nearly useless. The manual describes setting the time zone, as you might expect, to "eastern"," central"," mountain", etc. Unfortunately, my clock didn't display what the manual described. The clock only gave me an option of selecting a digit from zero through twelve, or from negative eleven through negative one. I assumed that perhaps that was the local adjustment to Greenwich Mean Time, but apparently I was mistaken.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Robert E. Huebner on June 13, 2008
I've gotten addicted to having a projection clock in my bedroom since I purchased my first one a few years ago. When moving to a new house, I was suffering from a severe lack of nightstand surface area, so I was looking for a cool clock that also had a small footprint.

This clock satisfied that and much more. The projected time is far brighter than other clocks, so its visible in full daylight, but it also scales the brightness back when it detects a darkened room. Compared to my older clocks, this thing is like 5X brighter or more, very nice.

Also the modern style of both the on-clock image and projected image is a nice change of pace, and looks more high-tech and modern. The ability to switch to show both indoor and outdoor temp hands-free is nice as well. The on-clock even even animated when it changes times and when the temperature changes. Very cool and way more hip than the older digital projection clocks.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Robert E Jones on July 18, 2009
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I was attracted to the beauty of this clock, and I still appreciate its aesthetics. Unfortunately, as a clock, it is an abject failure.

At first, I assumed I was too far from an atomic broadcast for this clock to receive accurate time--so I entered in the time manually. The following morning, I was stunned to see that the time had shifted exactly two hours earlier than I had programmed it. What happened?

I consulted the skimpy, scant documentation. No clue there. I reprogrammed the clock manually. By the following morning, the time had been adjusted by two hours again--but this time, in the opposite direction. I went online to the manufacturer's website to post my question. After filling out their trouble form in a standard browser (IE) and submitting it, I received an error. That's it. No contact, no retry. I was out of luck.

I spent some time analyzing the problem, and noted that there is an "offset" to the time, when one is programming the clock. Eventually, I understood that I actually was receiving the time--accurate time from an atomic clock--but from another time zone. With that in mind, I input the offset to two hours' difference. So far, so good. Until one week later, when the clock adjusted itself to one hour later than the actual time in my zone. I was late to work. For the fourth time. Because of this clock.

One presumes, when one loads a slim silver lithium battery for backup, that the backup will function when there is a power loss. Not so! We lose power where I live, perhaps once every month. In each case, all settings on the clock (time, alarm, offset, projection style) are all forgotten. In a few hours, the clock does pick up an atomic time signal--from somewhere. But never accurate to my timezone.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tim Hatch on January 7, 2009
I really like this clock, but returned it after a week because the Atomic setting didn't work. Per the Manual you set the clock to the time zone (P)acific, (M)ountain, (C)entral or (E)astern. But what it really had was a plus/minus 12 as the ZONE selection.

Well I live in the Central time zone, so I set the time ZONE offset to "1" (Mountain time zone plus one hour), the clock synced over night but it was off by an hour, so I adjusted the time ZONE to "2", the clock was correct for 2-3 days, then over night it changed and was off by an our again, set the time ZONE offset to "1", the time was correct for 2-3 days, then over night it changed and was off by an hour, set the ZONE offset for "2"...

Repeat...

So you go to bed without know if you're going to be an hour late for work or not!
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