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Oregon Scientific RMR391PA Slim Black Line Projection Clock

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  • Atomic clock with outdoor/indoor temperature
  • Projects time and alarm icon with 180 degree flip
  • Buzzer alarms with 8-minute snooze
  • Touch button for snooze
  • Large lcd display
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Product Description

Temperature and Time in a Sleek Design. The sleek design of the Slim Projection Clock with Indoor/Outdoor Temperature fits nicely into any room. All the information you need to know to start your day - temperature and time in a sleek design. Easily view the time simply by looking at the ceiling. Features: Atomic clock with Outdoor/Indoor Temperature. Projects time and alarm icon with 180 degree flip. Buzzer alarms with 8-minute snooze. Touch button for snooze. Large LCD display. Adjustable backlight

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  • Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 0.7 x 3.2 inches ; 12.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B004LZGLQ2
  • Item model number: RMR391PA
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #100,823 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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85 of 87 people found the following review helpful By VonSquid on June 4, 2011
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Overall I'm quite pleased with this clock. I returned a Philips projection clock that I had received as a gift because the projected digits were rather fuzzy and purchased this Oregon Scientific model instead. The LCD digits are bold and easy to read, and the projected digits are sharp no matter where I pointed them. Below are some of my observations in a PRO/CON list.

PRO
- Nice design

- Bold, easy to read digits (reddish-orange)

- Synchronizes to National atomic clock

- Indoor and outdoor temperature display (either or both (toggling)) (with included remote temperature sender) worked with no problems

- The entire top surface is a snooze bar

- The alarm is pleasant enough

- The projector swivels for easy projection on a bedroom wall

- Displays date or seconds along with time and temperature

CON
- As with other Oregon Scientific clocks I've owned, the control buttons on the back are very small and butt against each other, which isn't great ergonomics.

- The LCD back light has a BRT-OFF-DIM slider switch that didn't really work in the OFF or DIM setting unless you giggle it just right. Not a big deal, I just leave it in BRT.

- It took almost 24 hours for the time to sync with the atomic clock. Granted I'm in Seattle which is a long way from Colorado, but still...

- The snooze bar doubles as an "invert project digits" function, which is just stupid. I find myself inadvertently inverting the projection quite frequently.

- While you can swivel the projector, you can't rotate it (you have to rotate the whole clock). To project on a far wall, the clock face will be oriented away from the bed. And if you choose to project on the ceiling, it likely won't be aligned to your desire. This seems like a pretty basic design omission.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Philip Donahue on July 26, 2012
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Finally had to replace a LeCrosse projection that I'd had for years and the new one (LeCrosse) failed after a few months. So this time, I thought I'd try this Oregon Scientific model but it wouldn't project the outside temperature and the various time zone and projection orientation controls wouldn't work. None of the clocks I've found have really good reviews and it appears these are all cheapened to the point of non-functionality. I'd be willing to pay a fair amount for a decent projection clock but can't seem to find one. This shouldn't be that tough!

Amazon continues to be Amazon though. The return was effortless.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Greg N on January 6, 2012
I asked for this clock for Christmas after reading many reviews for various clocks on this site, which met these criteria:

-Visible display at night
-Projection on the wall
-Alarm clock
-Temp outside and inside

From what I read, these were the main complaints about this clock:

-Display is not red, but orange.
-The clock did not connect to Boulder, CO and get the time either quick enough or at all.
-Projection cannot rotate.
-The snooze button is a touch sensor, which flips the projection as well so there are many times when you flip it and don't mean to.

First off, I have no complaints about the orange display. I actually like it better than red, since red is harsher on the eyes at night. It is crisp and nice. I can see it at all times during the day and it is big enough to see in any part of the room.

The projection is crisp as well; though I only project it onto the ceiling, which is just 6 or 7 feet away. I do have to admit that the touch sensor is hard to avoid since the clock is so slim, but after a few times of inadvertantly flipping the projection I learned my lesson. I had the rotation feature on my last clock for the projection, but I do not feel like I miss it as much as I thought I would. It is simple to move the clock's projection to the desired location. That means one will probably not be able to look at the clock at night, but what is the point of seeing both the clock and the projection?

My clock did connect to Boulder, CO, but I did not time it. The manual does warn you sternly to make sure you have a good signal, and if you do not, to put it near a window. I had a good signal and went to sleep and it connected by morning. It did go to the wrong timezone though.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By L. Bradley Baker, DMD on October 15, 2011
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Love the sleek design and now I am glad the old bulky version that had served me for five years finally died. The ease of reading this clock without glasses is a big plus. The numbers have a soft reddish orange against a totally black screen which seems to be very easy on the eyes at 2:00 AM. The outdoor temp function I thought would be unnecessary, but has turned out to be very helpful. Therefore I highly recommend this item as a night time projection clock but would not expect to see the projection during the day.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By K. Brooks on August 15, 2012
My husband purchased this clock from Amazon.com. This is the second Oregon Scientific Atomic Clock we have purchased. This one worked for 28 days before it started displaying the wrong time. It was working fine then on that fateful 28th day it suddenly jumped ahead 40 minutes. Nothing I did could coax it to tell the correct time. It is being returned for credit.

The first one was a different model, purchased over a year ago from another vendor. It had a problem from day one. Almost every day in the wee hours of the morning the clock would jump ahead by 59 minutes at the top of the hour. Sometimes at 2:00 AM, sometimes at 3:00 AM. It would stay that way until three minutes after the next hour, then switch back to the correct time. The clock was returned and replaced and the new one did the same thing. I contacted Oregon Scientific, they sent me two more. Both of them did the same thing. Back they went.

There is only one thing a clock needs to do, and that is to tell you the correct time. Oregon Scientific doesn't seem to know how to make an Atomic Clock that will do that.
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