Oregon Scientific Radio Controlled Tri-Band Alarm Clock549/1700
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About this product
Easy to read and operate, this Oregon Scientific alarm clock's time is radio controlled so it's precise to the second and automatically updates during daylight saving. It can automatically pick up either European or US radio controlled signal so it's ideal for travellers. With dual alarm, snooze function and black light as well as day and date display it makes for a great practical alarm clock.
- Height 7, Width 11, Depth 3cm.
- LCD display.
- Dual alarm.
- Snooze function.
- Radio controlled time.
- Automatic time update.
- Batteries required 2 x AAA (included) .
- Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
- EAN: 4891475421034.
84% would recommend to a friend
Good size bedside/travel clock
Nice product, I am very pleased with it. The night light is bright & doesn't stay on too long. It's a good size to take on holiday.
It's described as 'desktop' but looks good at the bedside. Big readout with backlight. No 'seconds' on the display though. Lots of good features. Quality looks good but not had it long enough to test durability.
Great Little Clock
A neat little clock that works well. As with many clocks of this type the receiver can be a little insensitive and can be blocked by other wireless emitting devices close by. It obviously depends on your location and many other factors. Keeping it a reasonable distance from other tech gear overnight when it updates helps if you have a problem.. Sometimes it works better on the Euro setting even when you are in the UK, just put an hours offset in the mode menu settings to give you UK time.
No, the Oregon Scientific Radio Controlled Tri-Band Alarm Clock can only display the number for the month.
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17 December 2019
To force this Oregon Scientific Radio Controlled Tri-Band Alarm Clock: simply insert the battery, press your time zone and then press the flap just above the left side of the battery. Hold until you reach the correct time and then release. Your clock is now an accurate quartz clock and will find the signal.
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5 November 2019
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24 May 2019
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