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Recommend Automatic Clock Radio

Posted by lucky_12 (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 11, 08 at 1:34

Please recommend a clock radio that can automatically set the time of day and hopefully one thats not too complicated to operate thanks.


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RE: Recommend Automatic Clock Radio

Five days and no recommendations. Let me approach this the opposite way and suggest one not recommended since you say "hopefully one thats not too complicated to operate". An "Atomic Clock" labeled LA CROSS TECHNOLOGY is not recommended!


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RE: Recommend Automatic Clock Radio

haven't had it that long but, I bought the emerson research. they have a web site, www.emersonradio.com not that complicated to setup, can set for weekday and for weekend, automatically restores time and date after a power outage, bought it at walmart, inexpensive


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RE: Recommend Automatic Clock Radio

I went to Walmart and got the Research Smartset CKS1862. Its set-and-forget, exactly what I need, thanks.


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RE: Recommend Automatic Clock Radio

I got two of the big round schoolhouse clocks from walmart... a few days after the daylight savings time one updates to the right time - a few days later I swap locations with the one that hasnt updated,,, a few days later it suddenly is the right time too.

If I manually tell them to update, they never connect - If I simply manually set the time, they update and become exactly an hour off sooner or later.


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RE: Recommend Automatic Clock Radio

Im not sure if your still looking for a clock but I have had quite a few of them and the skyscan clock is by far my favorite!! I attached a link to this post of the product that im talking about!!

Here is a link that might be useful: Skyscan Clock!!


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