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- Sets automatically by radio signal to atomic clock for accuracy
- Reports in hours, minutes, seconds; select from 4 U.S. time zones
- Automatically adjusts for daylight savings time
- 14-inch diameter; analog clock; plastic frame
- Works with 1 AA alkaline battery (not included) OR, additional battery compartment for longer, lasting power
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La Crosse Technology WT-3143-H 14-Inch Atomic Wall Clock, Black
This plastic-framed wall clock measures 14 inches in diameter and looks most at home hanging in an office or business setting. However, this clock’s claim to fame is its precision time-keeping and the fact that it never needs to be set. The clock has a built-in antenna system that receives signals from the WWVB radio transmitter in Fort Collins, Colorado, which is in turn is regulated by the atomic clock. Once you install the battery and choose one of four U. S. time zones, the clock automatically sets to the accurate time in hours, minutes, and seconds, and continues to adjust itself six times daily. This low-maintenance clock even automatically adjusts for daylight savings time, so you never need to remember to spring ahead or fall backward. This radio-controlled clock is covered by a 1-year warranty and runs on one AA battery (not included).
Perfect for a School or Office!
Self-set Atomic Time
Convenient self-setting time to Universal time by a WWVB radio signal. Stretches 2,000 mile radius from Fort Collins, CO updating your clock to give you the most accurate time.
Daylight saving time automatic reset
Automatically updates the time twice a year for Daylight saving time. Optional ON/OFF switch for those states who do not use DST.
US time zones
Four selected US time zones Eastern, Central, Mountain, or Pacific
Switch to your time zone (ET, CT, MT, or PT), turn on or off DST, then, Install one brand new alkaline battery (1.5volt) in the movement on the back. The hands will spin stopping exactly on 12:00. Once the signal is received the hands will adjust to the current time (Eastern time zone is defaulted. ) Signal frequency will be stronger in the evening and with clock facing front or back towards Fort Collins, CO. Atmospheric conditions such as, heavy storms or electro-magnetic interference will impede the signal strength.
14 x 14 x 1.80 inch width frame. Sturdy plastic black frame. Numbers measure almost 1.5 inch tall.
- Atomic Time with Manual Setting
- Automatically Sets to Exact Time
- Accurate to the Second
- Automatically Updates for Daylight Saving Time (On/Off Option)
- 4 Time Zone Settings
- Works with 1 AA alkaline battery (not included) or, additional battery compartment for longer, lasting power
Easily tell the time - and never set a wall clock again! Perfect for the home or office, this Analog Atomic Wall Clock offers an oversized 14-in. diameter face and big 1.5-in. black numbers that make telling time a breeze - even from across the room. Plus, it's radio-controlled so it sets itself and even accounts for Daylight Savings Time, so the only time you'll ever have to take it off the wall are those rare occasions when it needs a fresh battery! About Radio-Controlled Clocks: Radio-Controlled Clocks (aka Atomic Clocks) automatically synchronize to a radio signal called WWVB that the National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) broadcasts continuously from a radio station near Fort Collins, Colorado. These clocks receive a signal that ensures they keep split-second accurate time - all the time! FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS: - Oversized 14-inch diameter - Large, easy-to-see (nearly 1.5-in. high) black numbers - Atomic time with manual setting option - Automatically sets to exact time - Accurate to the second - Automatically updates for Daylight Savings Time (on/off option) - 4 time zone settings - Durable, lightweight black plastic frame with off-white face - Requires one AA alkaline battery (not included) - One year manufacturer's limited warranty Measurements (approx.): 14-in. Diameter x 1.50 in. Thick Weight (approx.): 2 lbs. 12 oz.
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ETA - June 17th, 2014: Purchased the clock Oct 18th, 2013. Today, it was ~4 hrs slow. No problem, battery replaced. Pushed the "set" button, and it FFWD'ed to 12:00. Later it wound at FFWD again to ~30 minutes slow (PST). Replaced battery again (after checking it with a volt meter), now it's ~40 minutes behind. I'll try the warranty angle (hoping it's one year), and report back here, FWIW. As of now, it's a boat anchor...
(I just noticed that I posted in my earlier review the website has trouble shooting. So, I'll try everything and as stated, report back FWIW)
I was slightly hesitant about this purchase, after reading some negative reviews. I order a LOT online, and wound up losing the instructions. So received the clock, then I pushed a button on the back of it, and the clock wound-up, winding up to 12:00. Then, maybe minutes later, it adjusted to my local time. I had planned to use this clock in another room, but after seeing it, and how clearly visible it was, it went in a larger room, replacing a primary clock. I have not had any problems whatsoever...
They also have a website to help troubleshoot any problems you may have. A solid BUY from me...