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Philips AJ210/05 Weather Clock Radio

by Philips
3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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  • CD Player: No
  • Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB): No
  • Dual Alarm: yes
  • MP3 Docking: No
  • USB Interface: No

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.3 x 16.9 x 10.5 cm ; 399 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 907 g
  • Item model number: AJ210/05
  • ASIN: B000NIY4H4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 15 Feb 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 108,129 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Display weather forecast with graphical animations

Multi-colour light weather indicator

Display indoor temperature

Wake up to your favourite radio tune or a buzzer

Gentle wake with increasing alarm volume

Start your day right by waking up gently to a gradually escalating alarm volume. Normal alarm sounds with a preset volume are either too low to wake you up or are so uncomfortably loud that you are rudely jolted awake. Choose to wake up to your favourite music, radio station or buzzer alarm. Gentle wake's alarm volume gradually increases from subtly low to reasonably high in order to gently rouse you.

Dual alarm time

Digital tuning with presets

Sleep timer for easy fall asleep to your favourite radio tune

Sleep timer lets you decide how long you want to listen to a radio station of your choice before falling asleep. Simply set a time limit (up to 1 hour) and choose a radio station to listen to while you drift off to sleep. The set will continue to play for the selected duration and then automatically switch off to a power-efficient, silent stand-by mode. Sleep Timer lets you fall asleep to your favourite radio DJ without counting sheep or worrying about wasting power.

Large backlit LCD display for easier viewing in low light


Product Description

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Customer Reviews

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Alarm Clock Radio on the market nowadays 30 Aug 2008
By Turko
Before buying this alarm clock radio, I did a detailed research on the Internet. I intended to buy a Sony alarm clock radio, but I changed my mind after I saw this on Philips website. It's much better than Sony's models.

First of all, it has a stylish design. It displays weather forecast and indoor temperature which makes it superior to other alarm clock radios on the market. There are very few alarm clock radios with a digital tuner, and Philips AJ210 is one of them.

No need to look for an alarm clock radio anymore. Buy this one, you won't regret!
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A lot more useful than it looks 17 Jan 2008
By Tomás
I only bought this clock because I wanted a nice looking clock that was going to be accurate. This one is one of those radio controlled clocks that sets itself automatically, and it's very nice looking so I picked it up.

The weather aspect of it (the top left corner glows different colours for different weather, e.g. Red for Storms, blue for clouds, white for snow, orange for clear skies etc), wasn't a reason I bought it, but now it's the part I like the most. You put two AA batteries in a little box that you stick outside, and from the humidity and temperature the clock shows the predicted weather with different colours. This turned out to be really useful, waking up in the morning to the radio and seeing when you open your eyes if it's going to be an umbrella day or not.

And it looks very nice, the colours are bright and cast a nice light onto the clock, and the display is adjustably backlit which is handy for bedside lights.

Very nice clock/weather station, also very solid build quality. Def. recommended.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Words cannot describe... 26 April 2009
...How much I hate this clock radio. The weather forecaster is a joke. It has never in the 18 or so months since I bought it been anything even approaching accurate. The red thunder storm light has never once lit up, in spite of all the storms we have here in Italy. It is simply awful.

The mains lead now keeps falling out of the back of it and so it runs just on batteries. For some reason when it runs on batteries, the lamp doesn't work so you can't see the LCD display in the dark. Not that you could see it when it was lit up due to the weird angle the clock stands. I had to tip it up at the back with a pile of coins to be able to see the display from my bed. The only good thing is that you can tune the radio digitally. This clock came so close to being hurled out of the window today. The time/date and radio set up is silly and confusing (but that may be because I'm reading it in Italian). Why can't it run on 2AA batteries instead of 4AAA ones that no one has hanging around the house? Save your money and just buy an ordinary clock radio. The "weather station" is cack and not worth the extra money. Every Philips appliance I've bought lately has been really poor quality. This is the last Philips item I'll be buying.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Can't Sleep BRIGHT 7 Nov 2009
I bought this in December last year, but have had it unplugged practically since I bought it.
The reason is it is simply so bright! The screen itself has three light levels, bright, medium and off. Even medium light is enough to see around the room.
The real problem however, is the Weather indicator light in the corner. This is a nice gimmick , however the blue indicator which designates cloudy weather is almost bright enough to be able to read a book. Given the UK weather conditions, this is on practically all the time. In sunnier countries the orange light would be on which is much more subtle, and I could live with this.
I have now given up on using this and am looking at new bedside clocks.
If you need a dark room to fall asleep, I would suggest considering other products (incl Philips)above this.
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