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Atomic Projection Clock

3.6 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews

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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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Product Description

Atomic Projection Alarm Clock with Indoor/ Outdoor Thermometer. Simple and essential. The "Elements" collection emphasizes the simple and the essential in home accessories. A simple design, easy to read and operate, they are of great value, and essential to daily living both indoors and outdoors. Ranging from a thermometer clock to a multi-functional weather station, they have it all. A large, clear LCD screen displays the precise Atomic time and the current indoor and outdoor temperature. Project the time and temperature on your ceiling or wall for easy night viewing. Features: 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.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 10 x 8.5 x 3.5 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.1 pounds
Manufacturer Oregon Scientific
ASIN B004EBDCUQ
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
Item model number EW98
Batteries 2 AA batteries required.
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3.6 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,501,171 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#1,186 in Home & Kitchen > Home Décor > Clocks > Alarm Clocks > Electronic Alarm Clocks

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This clock has a small footprint and the projection quality is good. I enjoy the projection feature. Setup was not too complicated. It didn't take much time for the clock to receive a signal from the outdoor receiver or to receive a signal from the atomic clock. This unit did come with the DC adapter which means the projection is able to stay on all the time and I like that. The buttons in the back are a bit touchy. If you pick up the clock to move it, you will most likely inadvertently push a button which is a bit annoying, but the good definitely outweighs the bad. Overall...excellent value for the features.
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This clock does exactly what I was looking for: it projects time on the ceiling and also has customisable features for time, date and temperature display. The clock works well outside of the U.S. (it just won't synchronise with the atomic clock); time can be shown in 12- or 24-hour format, the date in either DD-MM or MM-DD, and the temperature in either F or C. It comes with a wireless external temperature monitor which transmits to the clock unit.

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.
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Unfortunately I had to return my EW98 clock.

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.
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I like the compact design, although the touch-sensitive buttons on the back are all too easy to press by accident. The projection feature lasted for a year or so before beginning to fail. The outdoor temperature seems to read high.
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First let me explain that I only made this purchase for the projection. I was not needing a radio, alarm, etc. So I am not able to evaluate any other features if it has them. I was replacing a different projection clock that was not atomic and I'm sick of having to program it. It shows the time and the temp in red. The time is constantly displayed but the temp alternates between indoor and outdoor. I can see half the display blink for the change but it doesn't seem to bother me. It comes with an AC adapter that must be plugged in if you want constant projection - who wouldn't. Without it you can push the snooze button and it will project the information for approx. 5 seconds. The batteries (not included) seem to power the device and are not just for emergency backup. The projection brightness seems fine to me. I can read it fine but I can't see it through my eyelids. It is too small, but so has been every projection clock I have ever had. I fix this by putting the clock on the floor, as the further away it is from the ceiling the bigger the print is. It does have a focus knob for adjustment. I put this in the exact same spot as the previous clock and the print is big enough. I have it on the floor on the furthest edge of the room (about 10 feet from middle of my bed) shooting diagonally to my ceiling. This way the print is huge and can be seen with barely cracking 1 eye open. I have to put the clock in something to hold it at that diagonal angle but that has been the same with every projection clock I have ever owned. I don't even need these clocks to come with a display as I can't see the actual clock across the room on the floor. I had no problems setting the clock. I just put in batteries and waited for a it to find the signal then changed it to my time zone.Read more ›
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