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The Clock and Weather Forecaster Projector

This clock projects the time as well as indoor and outdoor temperature onto a wall or ceiling in lighted numerals. Precision time keeping is possible by the clock¿s pre-tuned internal radio receiver that responds to a special 60 kHz frequency time signal generated by the U.S. atomic clock in Boulder, Colorado, the most accurate clock in the United States. The clock automatically sets the day and date and displays them on the digital face in 1/2-inch high numerals. It projects 3-inch high numerals a distance of 6 feet. The clock also monitors room temperature and uses a remote sensor that affixes to an outdoor surface within 90 feet of the clock to monitor outdoor air temperature. Kinetic movement icons display the weather forecast for the n ext 12-24 hours. Has alarm, 8-minute snooze and 180-degree adjustable projection angle. Molded plastic. Includes AC adapter and two AA batteries. 5" H x 5 1/2" W x 1 1/2" D. (1 lb.) Note: Clock will update automatically if operated within the Continental US. For areas outside the Continental US, the clock can be set manually.

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Item 63170
Price $99.95
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