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3.0 out of 5 stars Folding cover does NOT lock Snooze/Light button, March 19, 2011
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All of the features of the clock itself work well. However, the folding cover does not properly block the Snooze/Light button from being depressed. If you throw this into a travel bag, it will get repeatedly pressed and run down your battery faster than it should. It's a disappointment. Also, the buttons only allow you to go up on the numbers. Let's say you wanted to hit 45 minutes and accidentally go to 46 minutes, you'll have to keep pressing the Min button until it goes past 00 and to 45 - would be nicer for an Up and Down button.
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Initial post: May 31, 2012 12:26:03 PM PDT
When the snooze/light button is pressed, the light comes on for 2-3 seconds and then goes off, even if you keep the button pressed. So if it's packed into corner of a suitcase with the button continuously pressed, there is no danger of running down the battery. It might not be so good for backpacking, though, where a constant jostling could repeatedly turn on the light and thus deplete the battery.
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