Blue Hat Kids Projection Alarm Digital Clock
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- Dual pivoting lenses project up to ten feet away to create images up to 4 feet wide
- Beams digital clock and galactic images onto wall or ceiling, Displays images with or without time
- Includes 4 space scenes with the option to project time, Dual-power design works with the included adapter plug, or wirelessly with three (3) AAA batteries (not included)
- Dimensions: 8.5 inches high x 4.25 inches wide x 4 inches long, Materials: Plastic
- Model No: 16375970042
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The Blue Hat Kids Projection Alarm Clock is a rocket-shaped time piece that projects a digital clock display against vivid galactic images on any wall or ceiling. This interactive clock also features the year, month, date and day of the week.
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Within 5 minutes of plugging in the clock, I found major flaws in usability. First, if you want to pivot the time and space images, so they are over your kid's bed or on the opposite wall, the images are upside-down. The only place you can really put the clock is directly next to (or above) the kid's head, so they can see the time in the correct orientation. Maybe I'm the only parent who puts their kid's headboard against a wall, instead of the center of the room...
Second, you cannot turn the alarm off without going into the alarm or time settings. Pushing any other button will activate the 5-minute snooze setting (who wants their kid hitting the snooze button every 5 minutes, when they are supposed to be getting up?) The alarm never turns off on its own. How will a sleepy 3 year-old remember which button to hold for 2 seconds in order to turn off the alarm?
Third, the lack of permanent lighting for the display is a major omission (the product images make it look like it is an included feature). If the time is not being projected, the kid has no idea what time it is unless they start pushing buttons on the unit to activate the light for a few seconds.
I'm glad I didn't keep this for more than an hour, or else I might have run into the problems that others have reported: bulbs burning out, projector not working after being knocked over, etc.