|Digital Atomic Wall Clock||8" H x 12.2" W x 1.18" D||2 lbs|
|Features Options:||Alarm, Day/Date Display|
Questions & Answers
La Crosse Technology Digital Atomic Wall Clock
Displays wrong info.
bill Goss from collierville, TN– Verified Buyer
Cluck does not work properly and display the wrong date after the auto reset at night. I have reset the settings and it still does not work properly
Peter Elston from Lake Saint Louis, MO– Verified Buyer
We purchased the clock for our sun room and it fits the decor perfectly. It arrived a day or so after purchase with no sales tax. We buy many items off the computer and this was one of the best services we have experienced. The clock also works as promised as soon as we put the batteries in.
Luci from Regina, SK– Verified Buyer
Just a little hard to set as I don't have dst. Wish it was backlit.
Melinda from Raymond, MS– Verified Buyer
I have given many of these as gifts. The quality is great and the moon feature makes it perfect.
Avery nice clock
MY from Florida– Verified Buyer
This was a gift. The person likes it very much.
none from Boerne, texas– Verified Buyer
The outside temperature has never worked.
temperature sensor is very inaccurate
not happy from davisburg, mi.– Verified Buyer
this is my third atomic clock and i have never had this problem before
We like the clock.
Artie from Coldwater, Michigan– Verified Buyer
We are having some problems with the outside sensor; have changed batteries. sometimes it doesn't show the outside temperature. Just lines, then it will come back.
Shara from NW Arkansas– Verified Buyer
This atomic clock is great - it shows she time and temperature (inside and outside), the date as well as the day of the week and even the moon phases. I love it that the clock keeps accurate time, so I know I am always on time. The moon phase feature is also informative. I bought two as gifts and the recipients both loved them. Now, I need one for me!
Exactly what we were looking for.
Ray from Miami, FL
Perfect for our kitchen wall.
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.