|10" Black Atomic Wall Clock||10" H x 10" W x 1.75" D||1.3 lbs|
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La Crosse Technology 10" Black Atomic Wall Clock
nancy from Port Charlotte, FL– Verified Buyer
Followed the directions, set it down facing the west and within 5 minutes it had found the correct time. It's been up several weeks now (outside but under roof) and is working beautifully.
Peace from United States– Verified Buyer
Simple design, and very precise in keeping time. We placed this in the guest room and it easily fits with the rest of the decor.
Jan Frear from Nebraska– Verified Buyer
So far it keeps time well. I haven't had any trouble with this clock. It is very accurate to the photo. The time is so accurate that I decided to order 2 more.
Jong Rho from Mesa, AZ– Verified Buyer
Was originally going to use this in the covered patio but 10" was too small, but since its really quiet, moved it to the guest bedroom.
This wall clock is just perfect.
John Cheney from Oklahoma City, OK– Verified Buyer
I wanted an easy way to readily see the time without having to search out the timepeace. I hung one on the wall by the tv in our living room and one on the wall so it can be viewed from our bed. This 10" clock is just wright.
Excellent Reading Clock
Donald from Port Orange, FL– Verified Buyer
Very nice design
Okie Witch from Round Rock, TX– Verified Buyer
Meets my needs exactly. Easy to set up, it did all the work! The price is just right other than free, ha.
Best wall clock ever!
Ann from Ceres, CA– Verified Buyer
I love this clock. It is the second one I have bought. It keeps time by satellite and you don't have to listen to any loud ticking.
Will definitely buy from them again.
dimplysweet from Los Angeles, CA
Great buy. Love the clock.
CH from Toronto, ON– Verified Buyer
We bought two of these clocks - one for the kitchen and one for the basement. We took them out of the box, put in the batteries, hung them up (did not adjust the time). In the morning, they were both right on time. They look really nice too. Very pleased.
La Crosse Technology introduced radio-controlled clocks to the US market in 1991 and continues to be on the cutting edge of this technology across America. All of their weather instruments, clocks and watches are calibrated daily to the atomic time standard of the National Institute of Standards and Technology. All instruments default to fahrenheit, inches, mph and all atomic time pieces are tuned to a 60 kHz, WWVB radio signal in Fort Collins Colorado.