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No.
By Caravaggio on 19 November 2014
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Yes, but make sure when activating the alarm function at a later date that you have selected the correct time, say 7.30 am, and not the other setting, say 2.45 am, as I did on one famous occasion.
By Jill Webb on 11 September 2015
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First, this radio controlled alarm clock does not synchronise with the DCF-77 time signal in Mainflingen (Germany). It synchronises with the MSF-60 time signal in Anthorn (Cumbria) in the United Kingdom. I knew this when I bought the clock because I bought this clock as a back up to another radio controlled watch that … see more First, this radio controlled alarm clock does not synchronise with the DCF-77 time signal in Mainflingen (Germany). It synchronises with the MSF-60 time signal in Anthorn (Cumbria) in the United Kingdom. I knew this when I bought the clock because I bought this clock as a back up to another radio controlled watch that I have and that synchronises with the DCF-77 time signal broadcasted from Mainflingen. The MSF-60 signal sends GMT, but you can change the time zone in the clock and have it showing CET (or Summer equivalent) while synchronising with the MSF60 signal. 15 years ago, I had another clock that used the MSF-60 signal, and I had no problems receiving the MSF-60 signal. Unfortunately, in 2007 the transmitter was moved from Rugby, in the South of England, to Anthorn in the border with Scotland. Now, I cannot receive the signal where I live. So it seems that the move further North has weaken the signal in my house. This clock cannot play the role of back up to my DCF-77 clock, because it does not synchronise in my house, but if you live closer to Anthorn, say in Amsterdam, may be you can get the time signal. Exceptionally, when there is very good weather the clock synchronises with the MSF-60 time signal in Anthorn, but this happens only when there is very good weather. (Which is not often in my country). Instead, my DCF-77 clock works perfectly and synchronises with the transmitter in Mainflingen frequently, but rarely, when there is very bad weather, it misses the synchronisation.
In conclusion, the watch works and synchronises perfectly. It is a very well done machine with value for money. It can give you a Central European Time synchronised with the MSF-60 transmitter. see less

By Osita polar on 21 April 2015
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Backlight comes on when you touch the clock
By Mr Philip Mitchell on 09 October 2014
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Agree. Display is awful.
By Brendan P. on 13 February 2015
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It 's approx 8 x 8 cm and 3 cm deep. 50 grams in weight with batteries. The instructions say that it can be set to other time zones but I've never done it myself. Hope this helps. LG
By LardyGirl on 14 July 2014
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