Atomic Projection Clock
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- Automatically sets itself to the u.s. atomic clock and adjusts for daylight savings time
- Projects time, temperature, and alarm status on any surface
- Daily alarm with crescendo and snooze function
- Backlight for easy viewing in lowlight conditions
- Multi-functional weather station
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The only drawbacks are not being able to re-position the projector (it only projects straight above the clock) and having the internal and external temperatures displayed in the projection along with the time, but neither of these changes the fact that this is a great projection clock with useful additional features.
I bought the EW98 to replace my old Oregon Scientific RM313PNA alarm clock that I've had for about 4 years and the alarm portion of the clock has decided not to work anymore. I particularly liked the atomic clock setting function of my old Oregon Scientific RM313PNA so I decided to try to find another Oregon Scientific alarm clock that would fit my needs. I wanted only 2 things in my new alarm clock: 1. atomic time synchronization and 2. a snooze alarm that would not stop after a particular length of time (unlimited snooze).
1. Atomic Time Synchronization - Works great! We have pretty thick walls in the apartment we live in (great for noise, not so great for radio signal reception) so I just set the clock by my kitchen window for about 10 minutes and then came back and the date and time were all synched up. This was at about 2:00pm PST in the middle of the week.
2. Unlimited Snooze? - Not so much :( I will sometimes hit my snooze button for 2-3 hours before actually waking up, but most new alarm clocks limit the number of times that you can hit the snooze before it will automatically turn off. In my old Oregon Scientific RM313PNA, there is an unlimited snooze but the alarm was basically an over sized watch that I'm really surprised lasted 4 years. According to this alarm clock's manual (EW98), the only mention of anything to do with a limitation the snooze is, "If no key is pressed within 120 seconds, the alarm will be turned off and be activated again after 24 hours." Now, I don't know if mine was defective or if mine was working as intended but my snooze cycle only lasted 2 hours and I was pressing the button every 8 minutes.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I live in Alaska and I have had this clock for about a year now. This clock does not have an Alaska time zone so it is always an hour ahead. Read morePublished on April 9, 2014 by bamagirl8504
My dad loves that the time is correct, and it tells the temp too. It also projects it on the ceiling so that you don't have to try and find it.Published on February 8, 2014 by kmik
This item works well. It is accurate and all readouts are easy to read. It resets the time when the power goes out. I would definitly recommend.Published on November 29, 2013 by J. Watts
I bought two of them, about a month apart, and both have developed problems in the projection. One has a completely scrambled projection and the other is intermittently losing... Read morePublished on August 21, 2013 by Arizona
Not at all what I was looking for. The description was not worded well. Hard to read and must hold button for projection to work. Is a real pain to set.Published on July 21, 2013 by Anthony M Reimer
Love this clock. When I wake up at night all I have to do is look at the ceiling and not bother rolling over.Published on November 19, 2012 by sel366
This device is difficult to set up because the buttons on the back of the device that you need to press to perform the set up are all connected to each other, and are multifunction... Read morePublished on May 18, 2012 by Baystater
When I first started telling friends about this device, and I referred to it as a "night-time device," I started getting silly grins. So now I just call it my "night-time clock. Read morePublished on February 7, 2012 by PWJ
Great clock once you learn how to get it set up. Instructions lack clarity. Disabled outside temp link (removed remote batteries) so the "ice" light would not blink when outside... Read morePublished on December 30, 2011 by Bill