Science Museum Colour Changing Projection Alarm Clock.

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£24.99
Science Museum Colour Changing Projection Alarm Clock.

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With the Science Museum Colour Changing Projection Alarm Clock you can choose between four display colours or select random colour changes between green, lilac, red and blue. You can swivel, focus, flip and rotate the projector display to show on a surface of your choice and the time automatically updates to UK standard time via radio.

  • Digital display.
  • Projection clock.
  • Snooze function.
  • Volume control.
  • Calendar.
  • Temperature display.
  • Radio controlled time.
  • Automatic time update.
  • Batteries required 2 x AA (included).
  • EAN: 5013348024145.

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Customer reviews and ratings

Science Museum Colour Changing Projection Alarm Clock. 4.5 5 126 142
My 10year old always woke herself up in the night looking for the time - this projects clearly onto the wall, meaning a better nights sleep all round!! Well worth the money and she loves it. 13 August 2014
Good clock This was bought as a present for our grandson. Thought it would help him with the time as it shines on to the ceiling. The clock appears to be of good quality and reasonable value for money. 08 July 2014
colourful time I love this clock, easy to read on the ceiling, so you know what time to get up, and a choice of colours too, great 08 July 2014
Te product functions very well IT is very easy to set to what you require 15 April 2014
ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT Bought this for hubby who had trouble seeing the dull display on our bedside alarm clock at night. Having the time projected on the wall at the end of the bed works so well. 14 April 2014
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setting the alarm

3 weeks ago
HOW DO YOU SET THE ALARM IT SEEMS TO NOT RESPOND TO THE UP/DOWN BUTTONS THAT SET THE TIME
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Location: Derbyshire, UK
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2 weeks, 5 days ago
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Pressing mode button,this skips thru dual time,temp alarm 1/2.
Scroll thru to alarm1' press and hold mode button til hr flashes on/off,press+/-button to increase /decrease hr, when hr is reached ,press mode button,min it's will flash on/off,press+-button to increase/decrease time,when time is set press mode button,time will stop flashing,for alarm 1,a bell will show on right hand side of required time@top of display,alarm 2will show bell @bottom of display.
Cheers
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4 months ago
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I have had this clock for 2 years and never knew it had mentioned a volume control in the description.
I don't actually use the alarm but I cannot find a switch and have just read the instructions and there is no mention of a volume switch.
Perhaps you should ring the customer services tel. no. in the instruction book?
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Location: Hull, UK
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4 months, 3 weeks ago
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It can be altered by changing the angles etc. I have mine quite large 5 or 6 inches!
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Location: East Yorkshire
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projection

5 months, 2 weeks ago
will this product project the time on the celicing permantly while running on batteries and NOT MAINS POWER
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drahcirtricky
Location: Manchester, UK
Age: 18 to 24
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4 months, 3 weeks ago
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No of course not, all batteries have a certain amount of energy, when spent they give no electrical current. So the clock will stop, as well as the projection. Replaced the batteries and it will all work again. Permanently replaced the batteries when they're exhausted of energy, and it will permanently project the time until the batteries run out of energy and you have to replace them again and again and again....... Until the end of time.
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Location: Suffolk, UK
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