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Casio DQ747-8EF Digital Alarm Clock, Silver
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- LED - A light-emitting diode (LED) is used to illuminate the watch face.
- Thermometer (0C / +40C) - A sensor measures the ambient temperature around the watch and displays it in C (0C /+40C).
- Daily alarm without an hourly chime - An accoustic signal goes off daily at a set time.
- Full Auto Calendar - Allowances are made automatically for months of different lengths
- Snooze feature
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The Casio DQ747-8EF comes in a sleek silver finish and has an array of features. As well as being a compact digital alarm clock, it also features a thermometer sensor which measures the ambient temperature around the watch and displays it in C (0C /+40C). It also has a full automatic calendar.
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- there is a slider on the right side, which selects the mode ("alarm on", "alarm off", or "snooze"). You can only see the date in "alarm off" mode, otherwise you will see the alarm time. Personally I would have preferred buttons instead of the slider, cause I feel a slider could be less durable...
- the backlight... well, it's not actually a _back_ light. It comes from the left side and looks like it's generated by a tiny weak light bulb. The brightness is on the low side. If that's a good or bad thing wlll vary with individual tastes. For me it's a bit weak, but I can live with it.
- the alarm is set simply by using the two buttons on the left (+/-). They scroll the time minute by minute. It's not too slow, and once you reach the desired time, it's set after waiting for a little while.
- the alarm sound is loud enough. Again, no fancy features like gradual increase in volume.
- as far as I can tell (I didn't delve into the manual), this product does away with several settings in order to keep it simple. There is a single alarm time, no choice of temperature units (Celsius), language (English), date format (month-day). As long as you're happy with these defaults (I am), it's one less thing to care about.
- actual time-keeping is decent, like an ordinary quartz watch.
- batteries are held in the horizontal base, which I like as it ensures good stability. The base is fixed and can't be folded.
I think that's all. Hope this helps.