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Oregon Scientific RMR391PA Slim Black Line Projection Clock
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- Atomic clock with outdoor/indoor temperature
- Projects time and alarm icon with 180 degree flip
- Buzzer alarms with 8-minute snooze
- Touch button for snooze
- Large lcd display
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- Nice design
- Bold, easy to read digits (reddish-orange)
- Synchronizes to National atomic clock
- Indoor and outdoor temperature display (either or both (toggling)) (with included remote temperature sender) worked with no problems
- The entire top surface is a snooze bar
- The alarm is pleasant enough
- The projector swivels for easy projection on a bedroom wall
- Displays date or seconds along with time and temperature
- As with other Oregon Scientific clocks I've owned, the control buttons on the back are very small and butt against each other, which isn't great ergonomics.
- The LCD back light has a BRT-OFF-DIM slider switch that didn't really work in the OFF or DIM setting unless you giggle it just right. Not a big deal, I just leave it in BRT.
- It took almost 24 hours for the time to sync with the atomic clock. Granted I'm in Seattle which is a long way from Colorado, but still...
- The snooze bar doubles as an "invert project digits" function, which is just stupid. I find myself inadvertently inverting the projection quite frequently.
- While you can swivel the projector, you can't rotate it (you have to rotate the whole clock). To project on a far wall, the clock face will be oriented away from the bed. And if you choose to project on the ceiling, it likely won't be aligned to your desire. This seems like a pretty basic design omission.
-Visible display at night
-Projection on the wall
-Temp outside and inside
From what I read, these were the main complaints about this clock:
-Display is not red, but orange.
-The clock did not connect to Boulder, CO and get the time either quick enough or at all.
-Projection cannot rotate.
-The snooze button is a touch sensor, which flips the projection as well so there are many times when you flip it and don't mean to.
First off, I have no complaints about the orange display. I actually like it better than red, since red is harsher on the eyes at night. It is crisp and nice. I can see it at all times during the day and it is big enough to see in any part of the room.
The projection is crisp as well; though I only project it onto the ceiling, which is just 6 or 7 feet away. I do have to admit that the touch sensor is hard to avoid since the clock is so slim, but after a few times of inadvertantly flipping the projection I learned my lesson. I had the rotation feature on my last clock for the projection, but I do not feel like I miss it as much as I thought I would. It is simple to move the clock's projection to the desired location. That means one will probably not be able to look at the clock at night, but what is the point of seeing both the clock and the projection?
My clock did connect to Boulder, CO, but I did not time it. The manual does warn you sternly to make sure you have a good signal, and if you do not, to put it near a window. I had a good signal and went to sleep and it connected by morning. It did go to the wrong timezone though.Read more ›
Amazon continues to be Amazon though. The return was effortless.
Difficult to set the alarm.
Only 1 alarm.
The beeper is similar to a smoke detector. Hope you like being jarred awake!
No focusing ring for the projector.
Projected numbers are actually amber, not red. So is the face.
LCD cannot be read at all from certain angles.
It's impossible to turn off the alarm without accidentally hitting snooze.
The snooze bar also flips the projected image 180 degrees.
It requires 2xCR2332 batteries for the alarm and a AA battery for the temp sensor.
Batteries are not included (even though the return shipping label said "contains lithium batteries").
The controls are not intuitive at all.
It's a fingerprint magnet so it looks really dirty all the time.
The instructions are incomplete. There was one setting I never figured out.
The numbers are large.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I searched for an atomic clock that resets itself when needed and was back-lit at night. Yours was one of the few I found. Read morePublished 15 days ago by I. Herald
Quality control is awful- Last LED digit is brighter than others, loses time keeping. WILL NOT RECOGNIZE EXTERNAL OUTSIDE TEMP TRANSMITTER!!!Published 2 months ago by K. Duro
Worst clock ever. So hard to program it makes you feel like an idiot. Also it's nice that it is supposed to sync to atomic clock time but when it re-boots it defaults to a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dawn Soukup
Looks stylish and the build feels good, but the switch controls do not work reliably, making setup and adjustments very, very frustrating. Read morePublished 6 months ago by M. Koontz
I love this thing! If I want to know the time, I just have to open my eye an look at the ceiling. and the time will be there in big, red colors. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Vitor
horrible design. I can't change the alarm time or turn it off. The buttons don't work most of the time and are in the wrong place on the clock to be convenient. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jorey A Beamesderfer