Equity by La Crosse Technology Hybrid Solar Atomic Wall Clock
About Equity by La Crosse Technology Hybrid Solar Atomic Wall Clock
Closeouts. Let solar power and natural light extend the life of the battery in Equity by La Crosse Technology's Hybrid Solar Atomic wall clock, programmed to match the National Atomic Clock, so you'll always have the precise time and date.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by N.H. Trail gal from New Hampshire on Thursday, August 28, 2014I purchased this for my elderly mother, who has poor vision. The display is very large, and she is able to read it easily as long as light is not reflecting off the display.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ian from Vincennes on Tuesday, May 27, 2014Perfect size for my desk top , close by my office window to recharge , I would not have to turn my neck and look at the wall clock behind me and squint since I just put this in front of me.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by sureindeed from Cincinnati on Friday, April 11, 2014This device is amazingly inexpensive for what it is, seriously. It has a smart, all-plastic casing that likely minimized the cost. It can be hanged on the wall via a small hole or stand on its hind two legs. It is powered by a hybrid system of battery and solar sources to create a 2-year-long shelf life for the batteries you put in it. It is a clock and thermometer in one, plus it features day and date. One of my favorite things is that the clock is Atomic, allowing it to set itself to perfect time, each time...in other words, hang it and it chills for years w/o your intervention. The time and temp display correctly per my observations. The atomic feature will take few days to begin syncing, while the DST will take an additional day or two. Everything is simple, intuitive and to the point with this LaCrosse hybrid w/potential to faithfully serve forever; therefore, I highly recommend. The owner's guide is the weak point of the product and I couldn't care less. It is a flimsy paper fold featuring more different languages than words in English. Cheers!
Reviewed by big or little? from USA on Friday, March 28, 2014Ordered two of these clocks. Put fresh batteries in them and set the time before going to bed (within 1 minute of time.gov). In the morning, one of them had autocorrected to being 5 minutes fast, the other won decided to change the time and calendar to some random time/place five months into the future.
Reviewed by MLKrug from Navarre, FL on Tuesday, March 25, 2014nice clock works great I wish it had a light for the night time, but other than that it keeps get time.