|Atomic Digital Wall Clock||9.74" H x 10.25" W x 1.16" D||2 lbs|
|Features Options:||Alarm, Day/Date Display|
Questions & Answers
La Crosse Technology Atomic Digital Wall Clock
For a Weather Junkie
Donna from Apopka, FL– Verified Buyer
This was a gift for my son. He loves it!
V. from WA– Verified Buyer
The wall clock is perfect and we really like it! We have had no problems with it.
Outside Temperature Quit Working
Brent from Utah
It's working ok but the outdoor thermometer quit working on it. I replaced the batteries and followed the instructions. I always change the batteries at day light savings time. Following the instructions I changed the battery first in the transponder and then in the responder. The clock works but I don't have outside temperature still.
Elle from Rhode Island– Verified Buyer
I was very pleased with the clock and it looks great. Good quality. Fun having the outdoor temperature on it. Just what I was looking for.
No problems yet
Anon from USA– Verified Buyer
Easy to set up. Large display. Would prefer the date to be larger than the moon phase, but not a deal breaker. Low battery symbol displayed with a fresh battery.
Doesn't matter from NJ
Much better the simply telling time. Outdoor and indoor temps work great. Just put remote on my porch. I'd give it 5 stars if the LCD had a backlight
Time will tell
Lisa the Pizza from Stuart FL– Verified Buyer
I like to not have to worry about setting the time. I think it's a good buy.
none from Newnan, GA
particularly use the outdoor temp
this product is great
Diving Pink from northern wisconsin
I live where it gets cold and your always trying to outdo your friend on how cold you had it. This is accurate and I don't have to go outside.
John from Santa Barbara, CA
This clock was actually ordered to replace the exact same clock, because over eager power washers had destroyed the out door temperature sender. To our pleasant surprise both clocks now work fine with the one sender from the new clock, so we now have a handsome new clock in the bedroom. These clocks are great for old eyes, because the numbers are large enough to be seen across the room.
La Crosse Technology introduced radio-controlled clocks to the US market in 1991 and continues to be on the cutting edge of this technology across America. All of their weather instruments, clocks and watches are calibrated daily to the atomic time standard of the National Institute of Standards and Technology. All instruments default to fahrenheit, inches, mph and all atomic time pieces are tuned to a 60 kHz, WWVB radio signal in Fort Collins Colorado.