Love La Crosse- I have 3. To check out the temp before leaving the house for work every day. To decide if it's OK to open a window for the cats to breath some fresh air. To check the time when you don't have your glasses on because it's big enough to read without your glasses. Stylish and looks good. Check the date when there is not a calendar close by.
Quality Product. Received this clock as a gift in December, 2004, and I am still using it. I use it in the bedroom primarily for the projection feature. However, this is the clock I use to set all of the others in my house due to the automatic time setting feature. The projected numbers can be read on my white ceiling at night but not during the day. The projection feature is hard to find on an electric clock. A couple of the LEDs that form the numbers stopped working a few years ago but restarted about the day I was going to throw the clock away. They have been working since. About 3 weeks ago the outdoor temperature sensor stopped working. The unit will work for a few days after cleaning the battery terminals but eventually stops again. Nine years hanging under the overhang of my house in eastern Pennsylvania with no maintenance and only one battery change is not bad. The clock displays the time, the outdoor temperature and the indoor temperature. It would be perfect if it projected the indoor temperature in addition to the time and outdoor temperature.
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