- Water Resistant
- Suction Cup Mounts
- Hang on Screw or Nail
- Atomic Time
- Manual Time Setting Option
- Indoor Temperature
- Indoor Temperature Range: 32°F to 122°F
- 1 “AA” Alkaline Batteries
- 7.5" Diameter
In this video we explain what a clock movement is, go over what "Atomic Time" means, and then demonstrate how to set up and use any of our four main wall clock movements. Use this video to learn how to set up a basic decorative wall clock, or one that uses the WWVB Atomic Radio Signal coming from Fort Collins, CO.
For more information on the NIST or the WWVB signal, visit:
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Excellent love my clock.
It has stopped working and was wondering if it uses batteries and how to change it but not finding it on your website.
Please for your help and grateful in advance
Hello Cherryl, Thank you for your review. We really appreciate your comments. Open the back cover by twisting the casing cover of the radio controlled bathroom clock counter-clockwise. Be careful to insert the battery (1.5 VAA – LR6 battery) with the correct polarity, since a battery inserted in the wrong polarity can cause damage to the clockwork. Close the back cover again. Replace the battery only with equal battery types.
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