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|Band Width||30 Millimeters|
|Case Diameter||5.2 Centimeters|
|Case Thickness||20 Millimeters|
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Description for Casio PQ15-1K Travel Alarm Clock with Thermometer
Presenting innovation that fits in the palm of your hand, the digital-quartz powered Casio Travel Clock Auto Calendar Thermometer Clock #PQ15-1KP features a digital-blue dial face, which is embellished with an easy-to-read time display. Other innovative features include a handy day-and-date calendar, a temperature reading, and an alarm setting, while a stationary plastic bezel promotes day-to-day durability. Designed to accommodate your busy schedule, this handsome timepiece offers a sleek functionality. CasioWith the launch of its first watch in November 1974, Casio entered the wristwatch market at a time when the watch industry had just discovered digital technology. As a company with cutting-edge electronic technology developed for pocket calculators, Casio entered this field confident that it could develop timepieces that would lead the market.Today, Casio is focusing its efforts on solar-powered radio-controlled watches: the built-in solar battery eliminates the nuisance of replacing batteries, atomic timekeeping means the users never have to reset the time. Recently, Casio launched a series of Bluetooth watches that sync to the users cell phone to automatically update the time. Casio is always moving time forward
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Here’s what I love about this alarm clock:
Alarm sounds as beeps which run for about 20 seconds and then speed up and get louder (or it seems to be louder) making it imperative to get up. Just try to ignore it....
Effective 5min snooze setting, which continues at least 7 times (haven’t gone past 7, so it might go longer).
Nice little stand which also doubles as the case bottom for traveling, but is all in one piece.
Good backlight, which is off, until you touch the snooze button, not too bright not too dim.
Big central front mounted snooze/off/backlight button. Hard to miss.
Easy, straightforward setting switches.
Easy to adjust alarm setting or times, when switching time zones.
Handy temperature display, so you can see just how cold your sleeping back will take you...
Rugged. My old one has been dropped, stepped on, tossed but not caught, chewed on (by the critters), and is still almost like new.
Light, easy to pack.
Audible alarm even through ear plugs.
Uses AAA batteries, nothing fancy.
Doesn’t use up the batteries, very energy efficient even with daily use.
And finally, it lasts a long time.
Oh, and the price is super reasonable....like all Casio watches and clocks, excellent value for the money.
My chief complaints arise from the ergonomics of the design. It is rather tall and is quite top-heavy when reaching for it in the dark. The switches for setting the time and alarm modes are tiny and awkward to use. The snooze bar is located in a highly unorthodox position in the middle of the front of the clock, which makes it easy to topple over and off the nightstand due to the placement and the ungainly top-heaviness of the design. The backlight for the digits is absolutely worthless, consisting of two very faint green bulbs on the left side of the clock as you face it. Good luck trying to read it in the dark (I still have 20/20 vision and all that's perceptible for me is a vague greenish glow.)
On balance the clock is decent is you want a basic clock that keeps good time and has an alarm that is able to successfully wake you. I have kept mine in my bag for now, but am actively shopping for better alternatives, at which point the PQ15-1K will end up in a trash can in a hotel on a continent as yet undetermined. I expected more from Casio, and far prefer my 10 (or so) year old Casio which is still my primary travel alarm.
Bottom line: This device is far worse than the Brookstone item that it replaced, and I do not recommend it.