I am very happy with this clock, which looks great and provides a lot of info but in a clear, relatively uncluttered display. It is easiest to read in the dark, when it has a very pleasant, soft pale grey backlight. Even with the clock less than...
Good clock, perhaps overpriced., January 21, 2013★★★★☆
Clock is as described. Do not think markdown listed in listing is realistic as the full price is quite high for the clock's features. Surprised that the thermometer only reads in centigrade with no option to select fahrenheit-hardly a feature for...
Shows time easily..., April 4, 2013★★★☆☆
energy-saving (3 AAA batteries last about 3 months, not included) and user-friendly. QuietCare to ensure a good sleep and best working environment.
Sensor & Night Light: Fristly, clock doesn't light up in the day time. When it's dark around, Sensor Light will be activated automatically, whose soft background light help you read time but not disturb sleeping. Sensor light function can also be turned off. There's also Night Light, which is brighter than sensor light but stays on for seconds. To use Night light, simply press SNOOZE/LIGHT button on the top of the clock.
Snooze repeats every 5 minutes and "beeping" alarm from weak to strong.
Display: Time (12/24), Calendar (MM/DD), Temperature (C/F) (updated on Sep 16th), Alarm (ON/OFF).
4.3" x 2" large display and big bold numbers. Time can be read within 33 feet in the day time or 16 feet at night.
Notice: Clock doesn't light up in the day time, unless you press SNOOZE/LIGHT to use Night Light. This clock is featured with soft Sensor Light and bright Night Light. Check them out from the detailed description above. If you want a clock which stays very bright over night, LED clocks would suit you better. If you want a super loud alarm clock, twin bell alarm clocks would be good.
How to shift C/F (temperature): When the clock is in normal mode, displaying time, please simply press MIN/DATE button to choose C/F.