Good alarm, Could be better,
This review is from: Oregon Scientific RM368PU Ultra Thin Projection Clock (Kitchen & Home)
This projection clock is quite slim and nice-looking. The backlight makes it easy to read in all lighting conditions. Projection could be kept on which is handy, although it is not visible at all during the day. The projection could be improved: it can only be adjusted by tilting the projector or by flipping the projected image by 180 degrees. It cannot be increased in size (the projected clock is about 15cm wide from a distance of about 2.5m), which is what I expected based on the price. Silly me!
Radio synchronising worked almost straight away. You can set 2 alarms, and the snooze option is good. There is a transparent magnetic stand that came with it, but I have absolutely no idea how to attach it! :D No help is offered in the manual, but no problems as the clock can stand without it anyway (by propping the projector).
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Initial post: 25 Apr 2012 20:25:30 BDT
Found out how to use the stand by accident! Thought that as I couldn't figure it out and probably wouldn't be able to use it I decided to 'gently force' the stand further than it seemed to bend. This caused it to click twice into a couple of different positions and then the two silver dots are magnets and hold the clock in place with the plastic stand bent backwards behind the clock at an L shaped angle! Plastic stand only bends one way so don't worry too much about forcing it further than it first seems to want to go! Best of luck everyone...
In reply to an earlier post on 25 Apr 2012 23:46:00 BDT
Y. Khatib says:
Thanks for your input. I also found how to attach it by accident and it really helps the stability of the clock.
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