About Equity by La Crosse Technology Quartz Travel Alarm - Analog
Closeouts. Dependable and pocket-sized, Equity by La Crosse Technology's Quartz travel alarm clock features an ascending alarm, snooze button, and luminous hands.
- Luminous hands
- Ascending alarm with snooze function
- Requires one AA battery (not included)
- Dimensions: 2x1x2"
- Weight: 1 oz.
- Material: Composite
- Made in China
Specs about Equity by La Crosse Technology Quartz Travel Alarm - Analog
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Amelia from New York State on Tuesday, February 4, 2014Small enough to be great for travel, but not so small that the buttons are hard to operate.
Reviewed by NC Shopper from NC on Saturday, January 18, 2014This is a super small clock. Yes, the one I keep at my
Mom's house for when I visit does tick a bit ..., but the one at my house doesn't. The room has to be dead silent for you to barely hear it. I sleep hard and it's loud enough to wake me up, which is saying a LOT !!!! It's easy to set, you pull out the alarm handle, you can see it's set, you push it in to shut it off. It has a snooze function on the top left, front and runs on one AA battery. No digital mysteries here to set at all. It's Analog, the alarm arm just sets where you turn it on the face of the little clock, it's lightweight and I simply love it. For $5.00, I don't expect it to be luminous. What I value is the excellent loud and increasing faster ringing to wake me up !!!! Very dependable. Put one beside the TV, in the bathroom, the kitchen, at a place you visit often.....if you are afraid of the slight ticking sound, put them in other places around the house. It is loud enough that you could set it a bit away from you while sleeping and you'd still hear it in the morning. it would be especially liked by people who don't like or have trouble reading digital time, maybe the older generation and kids, especially. Superior travel alarm, tiny to pack or just keep in your suitcase...one battery, and easy breezy to set. it the battery quits, you'll see the hands will be set at the wrong time. Have a spare AA battery for every few months.
Reviewed by comfort seeker in Seattle from Seattle, WA on Friday, January 17, 2014It ticks! I'm not used to the ticking yet. So I put it far away from my bed and I must get out of bed to turn it off. Gets loud quickly...really gets me up!
Reviewed by westerner from NE Oregon on Thursday, January 16, 2014Small and compact. The buttons are easy to use and the snooze button on the front is a good feature. I will purchase more for desktop use and for rooms without a clock. After two weeks the clock keeps good time. I like it.
Reviewed by KJR_simplelife from St Louis on Wednesday, December 18, 2013I ordered this because of the "luminous hands", but have yet to see even a glimmer of a glow in the dark. I've even set it under a lamp to see if it needed charged, but still nothing. We'll keep it for a travel clock, and because it was so darn cheap.
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“Does it come in a box? And, if so, what are the dimensions of the box? (wondering about the best size gift bag because hoping to buy a set of these for a group)”
This item does not come in a box. A picture has been added of the product packaging. Please see on page above.
“2 questions.||1. Does the second hand tick or is it silent?||2. Are the set dials protected from accidently being moved?”
The second hand does make a very faint ticking sound that can be heard by putting the clock up to your ear. The setting dials are not covered.