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Atomic Time with Manual Setting.
Automatically Sets to Exact Time.
Accurate to the Second.
Automatically Updates for Daylight Saving Time (On/Off Option).
4 USA Time Zone Settings.
Simple Operation: Insert 1 AA Alkaline Battery.
For precise time in the home or office, atomic analog clock from La Crosse Technology.
Frame features chrome-colored finish with black inner trim; flat lens covers clock face from dust and debris.
Clock resets regularly by radio-control to match the US Atomic Clock in Colorado and adjusts automatically for daylight savings time.
Users select from 4 time zone setting buttons on the reverse for area time; requires separate purchase of 1 AA battery.
Clock measures 10 inches in diameter and 1-2/3 inch in depth with a 7-1/4-inch diameter face; this clock is covered by a 1-year warranty.
Imported from USA.
When you read a clock, you want to be sure it shows the correct
time. With La Crosse Technology’s Atomic Analog 10-inch Wall
Clock, you can remove all the hassle and worry if the time is
correct. This radio-controlled analog clock automatically sets to
the exact time, accurate to the second. It has four time zone
settings, and it automatically updates for Daylight Saving Time
(on/off option). Operating this wall clock is easy. Simply insert
one AA alkaline battery into the clock. After the signal is
received, press the Time Zone button to set your time zone. Use
the manual reset button if you need to readjust the clock, if you
are outside the 2,000 mile distance from the signal (located in
Fort Collins, CO.) This convenient wall clock has a stylish
silver frame and an easy-to-read analog face. Its simple style
will complement almost any room.
Keep track of time with the utmost precision with this
attractive atomic analog wall clock from La Crosse Technology.
The stylish clock receives radio signals at a 60kHz frequency up
to 2000 miles away from its source, the United States Atomic
Clock in Boulder, Colorado. By radio communication with its
built-in antenna, the clock regularly updates the hour, minute,
and second of the day for continued accuracy. Additionally, the
clock adjusts automatically for daylight savings time in the
spring and fall.
An attractive chrome-colored plastic frame encompasses the clock
face. Underneath the flat lens, contemporary numerals adorn the
face for easy reading. Four buttons allow users to choose the
appropriate United States time zone. For those who prefer their
clocks to run five minutes fast or to match another clock, the
clock offers a manual set option. For the best results, place the
clock away from computers, electronic equipment or other articles
that receive a signal. The clock may be slow to receive signals
upon initial set-up, but should communicate unhindered after one
day. This clock requires the separate purchase of one AA battery
for a year's worth of power. With a 7-1/4-inch diameter face, the
full body of the clock measures 10 inches in diameter with a
1-2/3-inch depth. The clock weighs 1-1/3 pounds upon shipping.