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Weather Projection Clock

Practical and Compact
Model Number :TW369
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The Oregon Scientific Weather Projection Clock provides you everything you need to start a day – radio-controlled alarm clock, weather forecast, indoor and outdoor temperature all in a compact design. The angle adjustable projection arm shines the information to any angle that suits your eye level, which means you don’t even have to turn your head to know the time and weather forecast. Power saving backlight ensures good visibility in dark environment.


  • Projection of weather forecast and time in RED
  • Weather forecast
  • Indoor and outdoor temperature
  • Atomic Clock
  • Power saving backlight
  • Calendar
  • Alarm with snooze
  • Adaptor and batteries are included
Projection Yes
Projection arm 180 degree front to back, 180 degree projection flip
Atomic (World Clock) Yes
Alarm (# of) 2
AC Adapter (Y/N) Yes
Calendar Date/Day
Alarms Sounds (nature, etc) Beep
Snooze Function Yes
Temperature Display (inside, outside, none, in&out) Inside & Outside
Project Temperature/Forecast Project Forecast
Weather Forecast Yes
Backlight Yes
Digit Display Color Black
Item Color Silver
Projection Color Red
Dimensions 5.4" x 1.5" x 3.6"
Rating and Reviews
Based on 5 review(s)

Most Useful Review  

Great Clock

Written by "A.S" from "UT"
Apr 29 2014

This is the 3rd clock I have purchased over the years. it is a great clock. It shows the time and the outside temperature on the ceiling. Great to find the time when just waking up without having over...

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Most Recent Review  

Features are great - Setting it up is illusive

Written by "O.A" from "ID"
Dec 01 2014

Have had the unit for the last 3 days, it works but the instructions on how to set it up are lacking in clarity or simply do not provide it. I cannot find the designation to show I have it set up for being used in the United States for the language. No

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