The Hammacher Schlemmer projection clock is a radio-controlled atomic clock that projects the time and temperature onto a nearby wall or ceiling. To ensure that your Hammacher Schlemmer projection alarm clock always displays the most accurate time possible, your clock receives an atomic time signal that is broadcast from a military base in Fort Collins, Colorado. Before your projection alarm clock can receive the correct time signal, you must set it to the appropriate time zone for your area.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Examine the front of your Hammacher Schlemmer projection clock to locate the "Mode," "+" and "-" buttons.
Access the time zone-setting screen on your Hammacher Schlemmer projection clock by pressing the "Mode" button just once.
Wait for the seconds place digits on your clock display to show the correct day of the week. This indicates that you have entered the correct setting screen.
Note the Pacific, Mountain, Central and Eastern time zone icons on the screen. Press the "+" button to select the desired time zone for your area.
Return the clock to its regular timekeeping mode by pressing the "Mode" button. Your clock will now receive the atomic time signal for the time zone that you selected.
Tips and warnings
- For best results, place your Hammacher Schlemmer projection clock near a window that faces Fort Collins, Colorado.
- Avoid placing your Hammacher Schlemmer projection clock in a room that is constructed primarily of steel building materials as they can prevent your clock from receiving the daily time signal.
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