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Oregon Scientific Self-Setting Clock


Simplifies Daylight-Saving Time Preparation

Daylight Weather Projection Clock
Model: BAR339DPA, MSRP: $129

As daylight-saving time approaches, consumers nationwide are able to relieve the stress of remembering to change their clocks. Oregon Scientific, a leading maker of consumer electronics, offers a wide variety of self-setting clocks that automatically program themselves to the U.S. Atomic Clock time for official, precise time 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with automatic adjustment for daylight saving.

The Oregon Scientific Self-Setting Clock line includes a variety of models to meet consumers’ needs in terms of functionality and price. For tech-savvy gadget lovers, the Weather Station with Atomic Clock provides users with everything they need to prepare for the day, including iconic forecast, indoor temperature, and barometric pressure reading information. Oregon Scientific Self-Setting Projection Clocks, like the Daylight Weather Projection Clock, offer a unique way to read time and weather in the dark or in the daylight by casting soft, glowing red numbers on a wall, ceiling, or just about any surface. Those looking for a clock with large-print numbers may like the Atomic Projection Clock that provides a new way of looking at time and temperature through a reverse LCD display and easy-to-read font.

“We are continually looking to provide innovative products that enhance consumers’ lives,” said Mike Prager, President of Oregon Scientific North America. “Our wide variety of self-setting clocks offer peace of mind and eliminate the often forgotten task of adjusting clocks for daylight-saving time.”

Oregon Scientific offers more than 20 varieties of self-setting clocks that range in price from $19.99 to $139.99.

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