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--- DISCONTINUED.(Verified 07/2008) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Radio-Controlled Atomic Alarm Clock is a low vision digital clock designed for use by individuals with low vision. This slim, portable clock automatically sets itself to the United States Atomic Clock's WWVB radio signal from the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Fort Collins, Colorado. The clock displays the time with running seconds, the day, and date on a liquid crystal display (LCD) screen in a large, easy-to-read display. The clock automatically accounts for Daylight Savings Time and is automatically set once daily by radio; the press of the "wave" button also enables the user to begin an active search for the radio signal. Outside the continental U.S. the quartz clock can be set manually. A touch of another button displays the time in any of the four continebtal U.S. time zones. The clock also features a snooze alarm and pressing anywhere on the font panel illuminates the LCD display. POWER: Uses two double-A batteries (included) or the included alternating current (AC) adapter. DIMENSIONS: 3.5 x 2.5 x 5 inches. WEIGHT: 7 ounces. WARRANTY: 90 days.
Notes: Shipping and handling charges are not included in the purchase price listed.
This product record was updated on July 16, 2008.
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Sharper Image, The
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San Francisco, California 94120
Telephone: 800-344-5555 or 800-344-4444.
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