Using the same technology NASA employs to tell time, Atomix clocks wirelessly synchronize with the National Institute of Standards and Technology's atomic clock in Boulder, Colorado. In addition to daily confirming the time, these clocks automatically adjust for Daylight Saving Time and run up to two years on AA batteries. The Atomix 13131 Dartmouth Desktop Alarm Clock has a black plastic case with what the manufacturer calls picture frame styling. A thin silver bezel surrounds the large, backlit LCD panel. In the LCD panel, the Dartmouth displays the time as hour, minutes, and the date as month, date, and day of week. Displays indoor temperature in degrees Fahrenheit. Large three-inch by five-inch digital display area (approximate) surrounded by black frame and silver border. Electroluminescent light on/off. Height: 5". Width: 7". Depth: 2.25".
Designed as a free-standing unit onl for use on desk, table, nightstand and shelf
Displas indoor temperature in degrees Fahrenheit
Electroluminescent light on/off
Large three-inch b five-inch digital displa area (approximate) surrounded b black frame and silver border
Powered b three AA (1.5V) alkaline batteries (not included)
Single dail alarm with a repeat snooze function
This batter-operated atomic clock snchronizes dail to within one second of official government time via radio signal from the U.S. Atomic Clock in Colorado. The clock even resets automaticall for Dalight Savings Time
Time can be displaed in 12-hour or 24-hour mode
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