La Crosse Technology Ws-8117U-It Atomic Wall Clock With Indoor And Outdoor Temperature And Moon Phase
Hang on wall or free standing. Displays indoor/outdoor temperature, 12 hour time, perpetual calendar, tendency arrow, forecast icon on changing barometric pressure and indoor humidity. Features: atomic time and date with manual setting, automatically upda tes for daylight saving time (On/Off Option), time zone setting, time alarm with snooze, 3 languages to choose from: English, French, and Spanish, swiss precision sensor, 1- to 99-percent indoor humidity range, neg…
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La Crosse Ws-8117U-It Features
Brushed-aluminum wall clock with time, date, and temperature functions
Radio-calibrated readings for accuracy within 1 second per day
Indoor and remote temperatures; moon phase readings and dual alarms
12- or 24-hour time modes; time zones from the United Kingdom to Fiji
12-1/4 by 8 by 1-1/4 inches; 1-year warranty
La Crosse Atomic Clock With Temperature And Moon Phase Reviews
This is a very popular model with many customer reviews. The majority of reviews are positive with around 80% of all customers giving the Ws-8117U-It 4 or more stars (out of 5).
This is a GREAT, easy to set up, easy to use product that I wouldn't trade for anything. It has been prominent in my kitchen for over a year now, and I love it!
I have had this unit for about a month and so far, am completely satisfied with it. I just ordered a smaller model for the bedroom, (with projection on it). I am delighted to be able to look up at the kitchen wall and see both the inside and outside temps, it sure beats peering out the window at the thermometer hanging on the tree.
Many of the negative reviews deal with the display being hard to see.
The unit is well designed, lovely to look at it, but its remote temperature sensor and the corresponding receiver in the main unit are shabbily manufactured and unreliable.
I like the clock in general and it does all it's suppose to do, but I find the display difficult to see clearly unless you are directly in front of it. Viewing it from just a little angle makes it bad. Oregon Scientific displays work much better.