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Sony ICF-C318 Clock Radio with Dual Alarm (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • No Power, No Problem Alarm System
  • Automatic Daylight Savings Time
  • Alarm Volume(High/Low)
  • Programmable Sleep Timer
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model: ICFC318BLACK
  • Item Height: 3.3 inches
  • Item Length: 6 inches
  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 6.1 x 3.3 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000MXWSY6
  • Item model number: ICFC318BLACK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,500 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,516 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 23, 2006

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Stylish Design takes up a minimum of space on the nightstand, desk or dresser. Visible 0.9" Green LED allows the large size numerals to be seen easily, even at night.

Product Description

This practical clock radio with super big display for easy reading comes with two independent alarms--one for you, one for your partner. Wake to radio or buzzer to start the day on time. The ICF-C318 has a 0.9" green LED display, which is easily viewable from across the room, but takes up very little space on your nightstand. It hosts a number of features including dual alarm, extendable snooze bar, built-in calendar and full power memory back up.Battery Life (Approx) : Up to 250 Days (with Sony battery),Output Power : 120mW (at 10% harmonic distortion),Power Back-up : Built-in Battery for Full Power Back-Up and Power Requirements : AC 120V, 60Hz.

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Customer Reviews

The sound of the alarm is not blaring, but it is loud enough to wake most sound sleepers.
Amazon Customer
For me, I love the simplicity of the set up, the backup battery should there be a loss of power, and it will automatically adjust for Daylight Saving Time changes.
From NJ
I also like that you can dim the brightness of the display, as the brightest setting was bright enough to illuminate my bedroom; the dimmest setting does not.
NinjasGetYou

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

458 of 465 people found the following review helpful By Margie in Philly on April 25, 2008
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This is a great little clock! It doesn't take up much space, but it has features that you would expect to find on a larger, more expensive clock. It is super-easy to operate, too. It has dual alarms - each can have either buzzer/music to wake you up. The radio has a wonderful sound to it. The time display has 3 settings. I'm sensitive to light, and sometimes the lowest setting on some clocks can be too bright. But, on this clock, the lowest setting is just perfect. You get so many features in this clock and you'd think you'd have to pay a lot more money for it, but you don't!
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139 of 143 people found the following review helpful By Andrew McCoy on May 2, 2010
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There is plenty to like about this alarm for the price. Essentially, it is what it claims to be, a clock radio with 2 alarms, but it gets 5 stars and my recommendation because many of its features can be adjusted to suit your needs or preferences.

Automatic time set: Convenient, but no big deal. When you plug it in, it automatically has the correct time, so you don't have to run around the house making sure it matches your cell phone and cable box. I don't really understand why this feature is given such prominant billing in the name or feature list, but because it does, I followed the precedent. The date is also set and can be viewed by pressing the snooze button.

Dual alarms: As promised, there are 2 alarms. What's nice is that they're controlled by 2 separate, identical controls on opposite sides of the alarm. So, instead of a button you hold or a switch you select to choose between the alarms, the left side sets Alarm A and the right side sets Alarm B, keeping it easy and clear, even in the middle of the night.

3 light settings: The display can be set to 1 of 3 levels of brightness. The dimmest setting is dim enough to not interrupt your sleep, something rare with green displays, while the brightest setting is bright enough to read in the day time. This simple feature permits me to place the clock facing my bed, letting me glance at it through the night.

Snooze: The clock has a large snooze button placed right up front. Again, what makes it particularly useful is that the snooze can be adjusted while the alarm is going off by holding the button down.
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334 of 353 people found the following review helpful By cnypete on August 13, 2007
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So easy to set & price is right. Radio works good too.
2 seperate alarms, radio or beep. Time is correct out of the box - that's the only "automatic time set" in play here - -1 star for the "automatic time set" which isn't really... Battery backup built in - not a 9v, aaa or aa...looks like it will last - round, flat battery of some type like a watch battery, only larger.
3 settings for display. The lowest is dim enough not to bother me and the highest is fairly bright - low is tough to see in full daylight..
Good value here IMHO. Would buy again ....
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846 of 934 people found the following review helpful By Hugh Phillips on March 11, 2008
This clock radio shares an obvious family resemblance to its highly successful predecessor, the Sony ICF-C218 Automatic Time Set Clock Radio (Black): 90% of the buttons and functions of the earlier version are implemented and placed identically in the newer model. The buttons and their labeling are so intuitive that a manual is hardly needed (but helpful for the Sleep and Time Zone buttons). The ICF-C318 possesses four new buttons, switches and controls and a feature that make it a more desirable model than the earlier one: a 3-level brightness button, a two-level buzzer volume switch, a second alarm mode rotary switch, a second alarm time setting control, and most importantly, the 'No Power No Problem' feature means the alarm will still sound even if the AC power is off when the alarm was set to ring. The efficacy of those new contols and feature were assessed.

The brightness control was a feature requested by many users of the ICF-C218 who complained it was too bright in a darkened room. There is no doubt that the display of the newer ICF-C318 can be set to be very dim (thus pleasing insomniacs bothered by the 'nighlight effect') but at its brightest setting it is still too dim to be seen clearly in a brightly lit room. The alarm buzzer is not really a buzzer, its a peeper and the two level slide control has little noticeable effect on volume - its just not very loud either way. When ignored the alarm peeps more frequently. If you need a really loud alarm, you will be safer using the radio alarm rather than the buzzer.
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198 of 219 people found the following review helpful By Parth G. Patel on August 18, 2008
This is a pretty okay clock. I bought it because I'm going off to college. I wanted a loud alarm clock so I could make sure I woke up for class, and I hoped this would be loud since it had two alarm settings [high and low]. However, both the settings create basically the same volume. The volume for the alarm clock is definitely not loud enough, and it is a beep NOT a buzzer as it says on the box. However, the radio does work and it is loud enough, so you can set that as your alarm clock. Another thing is that this clock promised that the time would be set when I plugged it in. It was not set and I had to set it myself. I know thats not much of a hassle, but I feel that they shouldn't advertise false information. [btw: I live on the US east coast so it wasn't that I had to set the right time zone.]

So in conclusion: 3 out of 5 stars. Good clock but 2 of the claimed features were not actually present.
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