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101. Ingraham Round Cascade Wall Clock,
$161.95 list($249.99)
102. Teac SL-D90W CD / Clock Radio
$19.88
103. TIMEX T254W Jumbo Dislplay Alarm
$16.99 $15.46 list()
104. JWIN ELECTRONICS Projection Alarm
list($24.99)
105. Timex T234B Nature Sounds Alarm
list($19.99)
106. Sony ICFC121 AM/FM Dream Machine
list($59.95)
107. Oregon Scientific RM318PA ExactSet
$169.99 list($499.99)
108. Philips MZ1200 Gloss Emotive CD/MP3
list($39.99)
109. Timex T276B Stereo Clock Radio
list($499.99)
110. Philips MZ1000 Gloss Emotive CD/MP3
111. Jensen JCR-700 Digital AM/FM Shower
$14.99
112. Timex Instant Weather Alarm Clock
$9.99
113. JENSEN JCR125 AM/FM .9" LED Display
$23.96 list($29.95)
114. CASIO W751-1AV Men's Casual Sports
$53.99 $47.79 list()
115. Audiovox CE265 Alarm Clock Radio
list($59.99)
116. Eton ESP2000 AM / FM Atomic Clock
$79.99
117. Sangean PR-D2 AM/FM Stereo Digital
$5.99 list($6.40)
118. Westclox Bold II Snooze Dialite
$59.95 list($79.99)
119. Sima First-Alert WX-67 Emergency
$29.99
120. GPX CD Player AM/FM Digital Dual

101. Ingraham Round Cascade Wall Clock, White
list price: $6.16
our price: $5.99
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Asin: B000093L64
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Salton
Sales Rank: 6920
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Features

  • Black hands
  • Battery operated
  • 8.5" White plastic
  • White dial
  • Arabic numerals

102. Teac SL-D90W CD / Clock Radio with Remote (White)
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B0002H4IA4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: TEAC
Sales Rank: 26065
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Relive days gone by with Teac's SL-D90 series of CD clock radios, available in white, black, turquoise or red. The retro styling is reminiscent of a 1950s diner, or a classic Ford Thunderbird. Although the SL-D90 might look like it can only play the oldies, it's got technology inside that's in tune with today. The top-loading CD player is compatible with music CDs as well as your CD-R or CD-RW discs. In addition to sporting repeat, intro scan and shuffle functions, you can program up to 20 tracks to play in the order you choose. The digital quartz PLL synthesized AM/FM stereo tuner supports 10 FM and 10 AM station presets. The two speakers are powered by 20 watts of total power. There's also a built-in 3-inch subwoofer that features its own independent volume control knob. The main volume knob is motorized-- something that's very handy when you want to adjust the volume with the included remote control. There's even a headphone jack for when you want to listen in private. An auxiliary line-in jack lets you plug in an external device like an MP3 jukebox. Finally, the SL-D90 is a fully functional alarm clock with timer, sleep and snooze functions.

What's in the Box
SL-D90 CD clock radio, remote control, user's manual ... Read more

Features

  • Retro on the outside, modern on the inside; there's even a remote!
  • Digital AM/FM stereo tuner with up to 10 AM and 10 FM station memories
  • CD player with support for CD-R/RW discs
  • 20 watts total power for 2 built-in speakers and subwoofer
  • Headphone jack, input for an auxiliary audio device

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Looks great and that's about it...
Loved the look of this radio and it looks great in my art deco-inspired home office. However, the CD player almost IMMEDIATELY stopped working. The buttons are hard to push and sometimes have to be pushed a couple of times before they work. The printing on the buttons is small and hard to read. The volume button is awkward to use. All in all, I would never buy this radio again. It looks great, and that's about it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Packs a solid punch in a small package
I bought one of these for my workshop recently, and I'm very pleased with the purchase. No, it's not a Bose Wave or Cambridge SoundWorks table radio, but for the money it gets a lot closer to those well-regarded units than anyone has a right to expect. The 50's art deco styling is a nice touch, an eye-catching change from typical high-tech sterility.

The first thing you notice about the unit is it's weight; it has a hefty, substantive mass for it's size, and it's evident that any resonances will be well-damped. On the underside is a downward-firing 3" subwoofer. On the back are a coax jack for the FM antenna, left and right RCA jacks for aux input and a dial to adjust the subwoofer output. A 1/8" headphone jack is on the left side, and the CD transport is on top along with a snooze bar. A digital display is centrally mounted on the front; above it are three buttons to choose from CD, aux or tuner functions. Below the display are the CD controls, and on either side of the display are three (six total) small buttons that control timer/sleep functions, repeat and shuffle modes, tuner presets, AM or FM band, memory and clock adjustments. At the bottom center of the unit is a lighted power button flanked by the volume and tuning controls. Looking like something off of a '52 Studebaker, these chrome knobs are electronic rocker switches rather than mechanical dials. Volume is adjusted in 2-dB steps from 0 to 80 dB. A full-featured remote in matching color is included.

While it won't make you forget your audio system or home theater, this little stereo from Teac is more than adequate for casual listening in the office, kitchen, or, as in my case, workshop. It puts out a good amount of respectable, well-balanced sound. The subwoofer works quite well at adding weight at the bottom end, and the quartz PLL tuner is a notch above what I've usually encountered in compact systems. At maximum volume, distortion is negligible, and there are no buzzes or other annoying misbehaviors from the cabinet. Hook your iPod up to the aux inputs and you'll have hours of uninterrupted listening while you work.

Complaints: I'm a little leery of the door on the top-loading CD. It has one of those push-to-lock, push-to-release latches that have a tendency to wear out in my experience. Hopefully, this one will prove to be higher quality, but I would have preferred a simple spring-loaded pushbutton latch. Also, the included FM antenna is the usual piece of garbage, in this case a three-foot long thin wire attached to a coax connector. I immediately replaced it with an old Terk antenna with much better results.

The parameters of what a "table radio" is have been redefined recently, and while this offering from Teac may not be on the bleeding edge of the category, it is a worthy product that merits serious consideration if you're in the market. ... Read more


103. TIMEX T254W Jumbo Dislplay Alarm Clock with Radio

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Asin: B0001WZUAC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 2064
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Features

  • Wake to AM/FM radio or buzzer
  • Gentle Wake Alarm wakes user up peacefully with ascending volume
  • Alarm reset button turns off alarm & automatically resets alarm for next day
  • Extra-large, 1.4 custom LED display
  • Sure Alarm battery backup system in case of AC power failure

104. JWIN ELECTRONICS Projection Alarm Clock Radio with AM/FM JL725

our price: $16.99
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Asin: B0007LA98K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JWin
Sales Rank: 17831
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Product Description

JUMBO LED *NIC* ... Read more

Features

  • Jumbo LED Display with 1.4 numbers
  • Analog AM/FM tuning with slide scale
  • Wake to radio or buzzer (selectable)
  • Snooze Function
  • Fall asleep while listening to radio using Sleep Timer function

105. Timex T234B Nature Sounds Alarm Clock Radio (Black)
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B00005ML6X
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 20525
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars A great alarm clock!
I was looking for an alarm clock that would wake me up gently to nature sounds and this one is great. There are three sounds you can use: ocean, running brook, or birds. One previous reviewer thought the birds noise was too loud. I would say it is the loudest of the nature sounds but in no means does it scare me awake, like a true alarm would. It is easy to program and hasnt failed to wake me every morning on time since I bought it. I good buy for your money.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not so good
The nature sounds on this item were not very good. There was no was to adjust the volume on these sounds and the bird sound would wake the dead and scare them back to life.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice Asset
This radio did a remarkable job in waking me up to the sounds of nature. It was a great buy and I recommend it 4 thumbs up. ... Read more


106. Sony ICFC121 AM/FM Dream Machine Clock Radio
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00000K3QZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 30095
Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This Sony Dream Machine comes equipped with all the basics you might expect to find in an alarm clock. You can wake to either a buzzer or to AM/FM radio, then hit the snooze button for another nine minutes of rest. If you like to fall asleep to the radio, the Dream Machine also has a sleep feature, which will turn the radio off after 59 minutes. The Dream Machine is cube-shaped and about 4.75 cubic inches, and can be powered with either AC power or a single 9-volt battery. ... Read more

Features

  • Attractive, compact cube design
  • AM/FM tuner
  • Wake to radio or buzzer alarm
  • Dream Bar and sleep timer
  • Full-power backup

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars 20 Years Old and Still Going
My mother bought me a white Sony Dream Machine when I was in high school. I still have the same clock almost 20 years later, although its more of a beige color now. It's always functioned well, with easy buttons to manipulate, and is a decent radio. It hasn't gained or lost a single minute! It's not a fancy clock, with a ton of glorified features such as CD player, nature sounds, etc.; just a plan alarm clock that does the job its suppose to, and does it well. It's getting time for me to buy a new one, not because it is malfunctioning, but I've dropped it so many times the top buttons have broken and its difficult to change the time now. I could keep on using this excellent clock radio, however people tell me its time to move on. When I finally do step up to the plate, it will be another dream machine with none of the fancy stuff that really doesn't serve the basic function of waking a person. Do I sound melancholy about a clock...sure I do; I'm letting go a piece of my childhood and one heck of a clock at that.

4-0 out of 5 stars Faithful Companion
I've owned the same Dream Machine for 16 years, and only recently has it decided to stop working. The only problem I've had with it was that at some point many years ago, it didn't seem to care that it had a back up battery and would lose the time after losing power for 30 seconds.

I wake up to the radio, and have found it to be plenty loud when waking, although the buzzer may be too quiet for some.

In terms of longevity and reliability, I highly recommend it.

2-0 out of 5 stars horrible!
I recieved a this clock as a gift. it was blue though. the alarm was horrible all it gave was a beeping sound that gradually got louder. it never woke me up. the other choice of alarm was to be woken up my a loud radio. that sometimes worked but it was very annoying. after about a year of use the alarm stopped working and wouldnt go off at all. i ended up throwing it in the garbage where it belongs. the stero on it was horrible as well, but with no antenna, what else do you expect? i think there was a cords that hung from the back and acted as an antenna but it was useless. if you need an alarm clock to wake up early in the morning for work, id advise to stay clear of this one.

4-0 out of 5 stars Awesome, except for the color!
I received a Dream Machine as a graduation present and I must say it has served me faithfully for many years. In fact, my younger sister has been using it at her college so our family as a collective has gotten at least 9 good years out of this product. My only complaint is that it used to come in black and now it is only offered in this cheesy white color. The color is the only reason I give it 4 stars instead of 5.

As for the quality of the alarm and waking up, it is true that the actual beeping of the alarm is not very loud. However, this problem is easily rectified by setting the alarm to the radio setting and then pumping up the volume to either your favorite station or even some nasty static (for those deep sleepers). It's pretty hard to oversleep when the alarm goes off and static is blasting in your ear.

The best thing about his machine is it's simplicity of design and use. It's gives you exactly what you need and no frilly extras, all in an elegant and space-conserving cube design. One of the aforementioned needed features is the backup battery. You simply attach a 9V battery to the bottom and you never have to worry about not hearing your alarm because the power goes out.

This really is a great product . . . now if only someone at Sony would get a clue and offer it in different colors . . .

3-0 out of 5 stars I don't always wake up!!
I got this alarm a couple years ago and now I'm using it in college. Unfortunately, I have had some incidents in over sleeping because the alarm wasn't loud enough and this was costly - academically. For people out in the market for a loud alarm clock, I personally wouldn't recommend this one. ... Read more


107. Oregon Scientific RM318PA ExactSet Projection Clock
list price: $59.95
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Asin: B00005B0BF
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 66067
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Whether you check on the time by consulting this alarm clock'sLCD screen or by looking at a large red-light projection of the timebeamed onto a wall or ceiling, you'll know the time is accurate. That'sbecause the clock is equipped with a radio receiver tuned to the U.S.Atomic Clock, and it keeps time with split-second accuracy byautomatically adjusting, if necessary, to the Atomic Clock's signalssix times every 24 hours. From those signals, the slim (1-5/8 inchesthick) 5-1/2-by-4-inch clock not only shows the precise time, but alsodisplays the date and day, with automatic adjustment for daylight- saving time and leap year, according to the North American time zonefor which the clock is set. (The day can be shown in English, Spanish,or French.) As a backup, you can set time, day, and date manually aswell as automatically.

The red-light projection makes it possible to check the time withoutsquinting. If the clock is in battery mode (two AA batteries included),pressing the clock's snooze bar will beam the time onto a wall or theceiling for five seconds. If the clock is plugged into a wall socketwith an AC adapter (included), the projection will be available eitherfor five seconds with the snooze bar or continuously if acontinuous-beam control is set. The projection beam comes from a device mountednext to the clock. The device pivots so the beam can be projected ontoany surface, and a dial focuses the beam for clarity. --FredBrack ... Read more

Features

  • Beams time in red onto wall or ceiling, either momentarily or continuously
  • Automatically sets and updates time/day/date with US Atomic Clock
  • Clock updates to any North American time zone, shows chosen zone
  • Crescendo alarm with 8-minute snooze function awakens soundest sleeper
  • Slim, 1-5/8-inch-thick alarm clock just 5-1/2 by 4 inches

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars A bit disappointed...
I bought this clock for the projection feature, but was pretty dismayed to find that the projection is so faint, that the room needs to be in pitch darkness in order to see the time. Since our blinds let in some light, by 6:30 AM, it is almost impossible to see the time.

Also, the "Radio Controlled" atomic clock setting doesn't seem to be received in NYC. It just shows the "No Reception" symbol, so you have to set the time yourself. So much for the "ExactSet" functionality...

And, oddly enough, the images show the clock as being black, but the one I received is silver.

3-0 out of 5 stars Pretty, but adequate
Very sleek looking clock but a few problems: The LED display on the face is not very bright and very difficult to see during the daytime (at night it is impossible to see the time unless you click the button to light it up for a few seconds), it is too easy to turn the alarm on/off by mistake since the buttons are flat.As mentioned in another review, you can project the time (in red digits) but only on the ceiling. On the wall, the time is displayed backwards. One thing I like about the clock is the alarm. It is a loud beep that goes off in intervals (the beeps move closer together until it goes off completely) ...Overall, I think it is a very nice-looking clock that works adequately.

4-0 out of 5 stars OK, but...
I purchased this clock for my visually impaired father. We both like gadgets and this was intriguing with its ability to receive short wave time broadcasts from the National Institute of Standards atomic clock in Boulder. It set its own time after a few minutes of operation.

He finds it difficult to use: if he picks it up he's apt to turn on the alarm function by mistake. This was waking him up nightly at 12AM until he put it in another room.

The projected time is only visible in a darkened room on the ceiling. I thought it might be able to project onto the wall behind the clock, reasonably close, and be visible during daylight. It does this, however the projected time is upside down. The designers intended for it to project on the ceiling.

The projected time, in red block digits, is bright enough and large enough for him to see at night on the ceiling.

This is the second Oregon Scientific product I have purchased. They build in high quality with innovative features. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this for its intended use. However if I were to purchase another clock from OS, it would be without the projection feature. ... Read more


108. Philips MZ1200 Gloss Emotive CD/MP3 Shelf System (Silver)
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B000094FVA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 25353
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Finally, a compact stereo that looks as cool as your music sounds. The limited-edition MZ1200 offers a double-layer construction of sand-blasted aluminum alloy for a rugged finish. Diamond-cut details lend precision to its lightweight, corrosion-resistant shell. Crank up the radio with any of your 40 favorite preset stations, or slide a homemade MP3 CD into the vertical disc bay and rock out to your tried-and-true favorites--10 hours at a stretch. The system is powered by a relatively hefty 25 watts per channel, and the speakers are ported for reinforced bass response. A pocket-size remote control extends your system authority to your listening position.

What's in the Box
Main unit, two speakers, speaker cables, remote control, remote battery, FM and AM antennas, and user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Stylish, limited-edition compact stereo with vertical-slot CD loading
  • 25 watts per channel, 2-way ported speakers with dual 3-inch woofers and detachable speaker grilles
  • Sand-blasted aluminum alloy construction
  • FM/AM tuning with 40 station presets; wake to radio or CD
  • Includes pocket-sized remote control

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Cheaper on Ebay
I like the overall looks of my stereo, very cool!!!!!!!! For how my parents spent on it, $399.00 ouch! But it's on Ebay for less, but it's worth the money. Plays mp3's so I have music for hours.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great looking, pleasing performance
Having read the reviews below, I feel compelled to set the record straight.

First, the speakers DO produce bass. It's not the overwhelming blowout hip hop concert kind, but it's bass nonetheless. If you want spine-tingling lows, get a more expensive system -- or one with a subwoofer. Or, better yet, adjust the bass on this system up a step or two. I'm pretty picky when it comes to audio (I also own a pair of B&Ws) and I'm pleased with the overall sound from these speakers.

Second, the system really does look great. One reviewer said it's impossible to turn off the display light. That's not true. Hold down the power button, and the display light turns off completely. Five stars for looks.

The features are great too. I wont go into too much detail here; you can read about that stuff online. I personally like the gradually increasing volume on the alarm (which will wake you up to your favorite CD).

Finally, my complaint: the remote control, which you WILL use, just sucks. It is not backlit, and its shape is such that you have no way of telling which buttons you're hitting in the dark (the buttons are indistinguishable from one another by feel). Result: it's really hard to use the remote at night in bed. This is an example of design run amok.

Otherwise I'm happy with the thing.

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay Away!
This system is WAY too expensive. I considered buying one until i actually heard it.
There is NO BASS!!! So you have to buy a subwoofer if you want good sound from it.
If you add it up(400 for the stereo, 300 for a decent subwoofer) 700 BUCKS!

4-0 out of 5 stars Apple colored, Apple influenced mini-system
If Apple designed a mini-system this would be it. It's a well constructed unit and it's funky appearance looks better in person than it does in the pictures. What they don't show is an external black box amplifier so this is really a four piece system. Might as well call it a five piece system because you're probably going to want to buy a powered subwoofer. The overall sound quality is quite good despite the lack of bass. It plays discs of MP3 well with minimal seek time (no id3 info though). The controls are also minimal with some, like the dim function almost useless. The small display is so bright, even when turned off, that I have to throw a t-shirt over it to sleep. ... Read more


109. Timex T276B Stereo Clock Radio (Nature and Bell Sounds, Auto-Set)
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005ML6W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 5596
Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Timex T276B is a stereo clock radio with nature and bell sounds. The time and date are preset at the factory, so all you have to do is plug it in and the T276B will display the correct time. Adjust the preset time to any of seven different time zones with the touch of a button.

The T276B provides the conveniences of any modern alarm clock. Wake to three different bell sounds or AM/FM radio. Soothing nature sounds are provided for sleep function, or sleep to radio. The alarm can be set to a specific period of seven, five, or two days. Two alarm settings are available with battery backup for added confidence.

Additional features include an amber, backlit LCD display, a Hi/Lo clock dimmer, and a programmable sleep timer. ... Read more

Features

  • Automatically sets time itself
  • Wake to bell sounds or AM/FM radio
  • Dual alarm system
  • Amber, backlit LCD display
  • Programmable sleep timer

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Update to my earlier review
What does a clock do - keep accurate time - right?
This one has been slowing down with time (no pun here) - Since I bought it it is already 10 minutes behind the "real" time and there is no way to adjust the time. It comes pre-set with the time for the time zone.
Maybe one day it will be a whole hour behind and then I can get the accurate time by changing my time zone!
Great features, but useless as a clock.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great auto-adjust feature
Good :
1. Adjusts time automatically after a power loss
2. Dual alarms
Bad:
1. The nature sound feature is not any good - the quality is poor
2. Makes a loud beep after the alarm is set - really annoying late at night while adjusting the wake-up time
3. Display is too bright at night even after dimming it

2-0 out of 5 stars Can Be Difficult to Use
Although it is very full featured, this alarm can be very difficult to use. Some of the buttons are inside a panel, while others are on top. The placement of these buttons makes no sense in terms of use. It's also very easy to accidently turn off the alarm when you're still half asleep.

Special note to users in Arizona, Indiana, and any where else that does not observe Daylight Savings Time: There is NO way to turn off the DST auto-set feature, so twice a year your clock will automatically set itself to the WRONG time!

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't do it
I recently bought this alarm clock. It seemed to have every possible feature you could ever want in an alarm, however, all these features were done very cheaply. The LCD display is always brightly lit, which is a distraction at night, the actual sound quality from the two small, mono speakers was reminiscent of my first transistor radio back in 1975, the sounds of nature might actually be nice if they weren't coming from those terrible speakers. The long and the short of it is, all those features for that low of price, I got exactly what I paid for.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent choice
Shopping for an alarm clock isn't really something I put a lot of research into. After all, the common denominator of them all is the most important: they wake you up on time. But, I had some important features I wanted and not only found them all in the Timex T276B, but more than I expected.

AUTO-SET. This thing is ready for use right out of the box. Plug it in and the time is already set. If you aren't in the EST time zone, you simply need to set it to your correct time zone. Furthermore, the clock automatically makes adjustments for Daylight Savings Time -- so no more worries about forgetting it. It also has a 99-year calendar, which is an added bonus.

BATTERY BACKUP. Like most alarm clocks, the T276B has a battery backup system that will save the time and your settings in the case of a power outage. Unfortunately, saving the time does you no good if the alarm never goes off. With 3 AA batteries, the T276B's alarm will still function without external power. This is a huge plus as far as I'm concerned.

DUAL ALARMS. I'm a little behind the times when it comes to dual alarm clocks, so this is a bonus for me that most people probably already have. What is really nice about the T276B, though, is that you can set each alarm to be active 7 days a week or specify whether it will be active on only weekdays or only weekends. So, no more having to remember to shut off one alarm and activate the other. Each alarm can be set to wake you up to the buzzer, radio or nature sounds.

GRADUAL WAKE-UP. If I were to narrow down my single biggest reason for shopping for a new alarm clock, it would be that I was tired of the sudden blaring of my clock while in the middle of deep sleep. The T276B's buzzer alarm gradually increases in volume, allowing you a more peaceful wake-up.

NATURE SOUNDS. Another feature I wanted in an alarm clock was the ability to fall asleep listening to nature sounds. The T276B has 3 options: bubbling stream, waves and forest. Unfortunately, the loops are very short and less soothing than I had hoped -- hence, only 4 stars for this product.

VARIABLE SLEEP VOLUME. Another neat thing about this product is that you can fall asleep to either the nature sounds or the radio at a variable "sleep volume", while maintaining a louder alarm volume.

All in all, this is a great product with some other great features that I don't have the room to point out. ... Read more


110. Philips MZ1000 Gloss Emotive CD/MP3 Shelf System (Green)
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B000094FV8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 34864
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Transparent high pressure moulded casing
  • 50 watts total power
  • MP3-CD playback
  • AM/FM digital tuner with 40 presets
  • 2-way bass reflex speaker system

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Cheaper on Ebay
I like the overall looks of my stereo, very cool!!!!!!!! For how my parents spent on it, $399.00 ouch! But it's on Ebay for less, but it's worth the money. Plays mp3's so I have music for hours.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great looking, pleasing performance
Having read the reviews below, I feel compelled to set the record straight.

First, the speakers DO produce bass. It's not the overwhelming blowout hip hop concert kind, but it's bass nonetheless. If you want spine-tingling lows, get a more expensive system -- or one with a subwoofer. Or, better yet, adjust the bass on this system up a step or two. I'm pretty picky when it comes to audio (I also own a pair of B&Ws) and I'm pleased with the overall sound from these speakers.

Second, the system really does look great. One reviewer said it's impossible to turn off the display light. That's not true. Hold down the power button, and the display light turns off completely. Five stars for looks.

The features are great too. I wont go into too much detail here; you can read about that stuff online. I personally like the gradually increasing volume on the alarm (which will wake you up to your favorite CD).

Finally, my complaint: the remote control, which you WILL use, just sucks. It is not backlit, and its shape is such that you have no way of telling which buttons you're hitting in the dark (the buttons are indistinguishable from one another by feel). Result: it's really hard to use the remote at night in bed. This is an example of design run amok.

Otherwise I'm happy with the thing.

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay Away!
This system is WAY too expensive. I considered buying one until i actually heard it.
There is NO BASS!!! So you have to buy a subwoofer if you want good sound from it.
If you add it up(400 for the stereo, 300 for a decent subwoofer) 700 BUCKS!

4-0 out of 5 stars Apple colored, Apple influenced mini-system
If Apple designed a mini-system this would be it. It's a well constructed unit and it's funky appearance looks better in person than it does in the pictures. What they don't show is an external black box amplifier so this is really a four piece system. Might as well call it a five piece system because you're probably going to want to buy a powered subwoofer. The overall sound quality is quite good despite the lack of bass. It plays discs of MP3 well with minimal seek time (no id3 info though). The controls are also minimal with some, like the dim function almost useless. The small display is so bright, even when turned off, that I have to throw a t-shirt over it to sleep. ... Read more


111. Jensen JCR-700 Digital AM/FM Shower Clock Radio with CD Player

Asin: B00005R1AA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Jensen
Sales Rank: 2235
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • AM/FM Receiver with 10AM + 10FM Pre-sets and Digital Tuning, Back-lit LCD Display
  • Vertical Loading CD Player, Play, Pause, Stop, Skip Forward/Back, Programmable Memory, Repeat 1 or All
  • Headphone Jack
  • Power: 6 x 'C' (UM-2) (Not Included), AC Adaptable (AC Adaptor not Included)
  • Size: 12-1/2" (H) x 6-1/4" (W) x 6" (D)

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars FYI
In response to "A Guest" in Virgina, I believe you wrote a review for the wrong product. You state your tuning knob has become stuck but this product has no tuning knob as it uses a digital tuner. Just thought others should know this. I havn't used this shower radio yet but I plan to pick one up after I received a Spectra shower radio (CR-500) for christmas which has broken after about a week, stay away from that one...

5-0 out of 5 stars Great sounding radio at a good price
I was tottaly pleased to open this radio for a Christmas present onlt to find how great the speakers sound.Im looking to buy another unit for another room in the house. 5 stars!!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars This radio could be a lot better
We got this CD player/radio for a wedding gift (from our registry). The tuner doesn't get a lot of stations in our area (we have tested this brand at circuit city since we got this one to see if it was just ours or if all of them were like that). Also, our tuning knob seems to be stuck, so we get ONE station really poorly. So, it has only been useful to us as a CD player so far, which really wasn't what we were looking for.

3-0 out of 5 stars Avoid humid areas?
I purchased this shower/CD player for my recently graduated daughter's first apartment as a fun item. Before purchasing another one for my teenage son, I asked her about this Target shower/CD player. I had just read a recent Amazon review which lacerated of a similar model. Her email respsonse:

" Also, the cd player works great--however, I don't put it in the shower itself because ironically enough you're not supposed to place it humid/moist areas--so not sure why it's a shower device. I do hang it on the doorknob inside the bathroom and listen to tunes in the morning--so i'd give it one and a half thumbs up. " ... Read more


112. Timex Instant Weather Alarm Clock Radio - T239
list price: $14.99
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Asin: B0002UBEE4
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 7549
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Features

  • Weather, AM/FM radio and alarm clock
  • Get instant access to local weather reports
  • Slow rising buzzer volume
  • Sleep timer
  • Large green LED display

113. JENSEN JCR125 AM/FM .9" LED Display Clock Radio

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Asin: B00009W39T
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Jensen
Sales Rank: 11675
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Features

  • 7-minute snooze
  • 59-minute sleep to music with auto off
  • Power: AC 120v/60Hz; battery back-up for clock: 1 "9V" (not included)
  • Size: H 2 3/4 in x W 7 7/8 in x D 5 1/4 in

114. CASIO W751-1AV Men's Casual Sports Watch
list price: $29.95
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Asin: B0000UIWOG
Catlog: Watch
Manufacturer: Casio
Sales Rank: 6701
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115. Audiovox CE265 Alarm Clock Radio With Top Loading Cd Player

our price: $53.99
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Asin: B00011SUBO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Audiovox
Sales Rank: 1492
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Features

  • Top loading CD player, digital AM/FM turner
  • Wake to radio, CD or alarm
  • Snooze/sleep function

116. Eton ESP2000 AM / FM Atomic Clock Radio (Silver)
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B0006PRU1Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
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Amazon.com Product Description

Unwind with the Eton ESP2000 AM/FM clock radio, which sets a tranquil mood by playing such serene soundtracks as restful ocean, summer stream, woodlands, gentle rain, and rhythmic heartbeat. Equipped with an AM/FM tuner and a large LCD with LED backlighting, the radio is ideal as a sleep aid for the bedroom or a stress reliever for an office setting. In addition, users won't have to worry about showing up late to important meetings, as the clock synchronizes itself four times daily to the U.S. Atomic Clock to ensure consistent accuracy. It even adjusts automatically for daylight savings and leap years and displays in both 12- and 24-hour modes. The clock includes a dual alarm function, a snooze control, and a sleep timer, and lets users awake to the radio, a buzzer, or the soothing nature tracks. It also displays the indoor temperature (from 32 to 122 degrees F) so users can verify whether it really is too warm in the room or it's all in their heads. The ESP2000 comes with an AC adapter and three AA batteries for battery backup during power interruptions and measures 5.25 by 7.5 by 2.75 inches (W x H x D).

What's in the Box
ESP2000 radio, AC adapter, three AA batteries, user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Self-Setting Atomic Clock

117. Sangean PR-D2 AM/FM Stereo Digital Q-Radio (Gray)
list price: $79.99
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B00007079E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sangean
Sales Rank: 18906
Average Customer Review: 3.56 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • PLL Synthesized Digital Tuning for rock stable reception of AM/FM and VHF TV audio (Channels 2-13)
  • Illuminated dial Indicator with both Analog & Digital Display Choose up to 10 stations for instant access
  • Oversized Tuning Knob
  • Clock & Alarm

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Q Radio and LCD Problem
I have had this radio for over a year, and I like it a lot. But it did have the problem described in an earlier review, in that the LCD display failed after a year and the radio became unusable. Sangean USA replaced the radio even though it was out of warranty, which was great, but was also a indication that the radio has a recurrent problem. I am planning to buy another one, but wanted to assure that the problem would not recur. I emailed Sangean, and they acknowledged the problem in earlier production units. They say it has been fixed for later production units, so according to Sangean the design problem has been resolved.

3-0 out of 5 stars Sangean PR-D2 , Not bad, Not great
This radio looks great. I really liked the style. However, that's about all I really liked. Another reviewer compared the sound to the Bose Wave radio. Either they've never heard the Bose or they were just really happy with the price comparison. At high volumes the radio sounds ok but at lower volumes it sounds like it play from inside a cardboard box. I could live with that but my real disappointment was with the tuning. I live in the mountains where radio reception is difficult. Usually "PLL Synthesized Digital Tuning for rock stable reception of AM/FM" is exactly that. In this radio the tuning is stable but the reception was worse than other cheap dial tuning radios that I own. Often raising the antenna made the reception even worse. I really wanted to like this radio but it's just lacking in too many areas. The clock vs frequency display feature is another really bad idea.

5-0 out of 5 stars It's Just Nice
This radio is solid. The controls feel precise. The 1960-retro vertical styling makes it unusually handy to carry around as a portable. It has sound quality at least as good as any mono portable radio I've ever heard, and it provides stereo FM although, of course, only when you use headphones.

Unusually, it also has selectivity and sensitivity to match its other strengths. It picks up weak and distant stations as it should (and as most radios unfortunately don't), making it useful in rural areas, while camping, and so on. It might not be quite as good as the GE Superadio III in this regard, but it's close, has some good features the GE doesn't, and it tunes much more easily. On the other hand, if you're REALLY out in the boonies, external antennas can help you catch the weakest signals; and while the GE has terminals for both AM and FM external antennas, the Q Radio has AM antenna jacks only.

This is a radio with a clock, not a clock radio. If you want to use it as a clock radio only, its display will disappoint you; it is angled upward, making it hard to see when it's at eye level as on a bedside table, and it can't show the radio frequency and the time at once. However, it does sound far better than any clock radio I've ever had. In special circumstances, the fact that the Q Radio will still wake you on time even if power fails, or is not available at all, may lead you to prefer it to the more usual clock radios.

Although easy to operate, many of its controls have multiple functions. This can be slightly confusing at first. However, they're pretty thoroughly labeled, so you shouldn't have any trouble figuring them out.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Bedside Radio
My Sangean Q arrived via Fedex within 7 days of placing the order.

I was impressed immediately with the classic retro design
and the obvious assembly quality. The controls, large knobs and buttons, are very easy to see, feel, and manipulate. The backlighting glows a warm golden shade and can be turned off. The various buttons on top that control functions are designed to make their use intuitive - I set the radio up to my preferences, and then read the manual! Very simple and straight forward.

Station reception is excellent, very important in rural east Texas. This quality, and the 5 pre-sets on each band, remind me of a car radio. The sound is pleasant and well balanced, a little weak on bass presence and separation, but considering the price and size, very adequate, and better than most other radios in this price range.

The Sangean Q is a fine, general purpose radio with above average convience features and sound. Keep the batteries fresh and you'll have a great emergency radio to boot!

4-0 out of 5 stars A lot of radio. Not so much clock.
This would appear to be a car radio circuit put in an attractive, rather retro looking package. You get your five preset buttons, and the display is in a panel that looks like it would be at home in a dashboard as well as in the radio you're given.

You get car radio performance out of the radio circuit as well. First night I got it, on the AM side on a spring night I got New Orleans, Toronto, and Cleveland. The FM circuit appears to be just as solid, giving good reception on stations that usually are not easy to hear on the radio it replaced.

There's even a terminal to attach an external AM antenna to this thing; unfortunately there's no provision for an external FM antenna. The FM sound quality is solid, even though stereo can only be had through headphones. As a radio, this would be useful for sports fans and other AM listeners who follow teams in distant cities at night.

The clock radio part is very basic, however, with only one clock or alarm setting. When the radio comes on, as noted below, the display shows the frequency instead of the time; you can't set up for a different display. There's no fancy stuff that allows you to fall asleep to one station and wake to another, or to adjust the sleep and wake volume to different settings. The only way you get a clock memory is to add the batteries that power the radio itself: four D cells. The whole package is rather heavy with the batteries in.

If your needs for a clock radio are very basic, this would work fine. If the performance of the radio is more important than the performance of the clock, again this is a good choice. If you need a multifeature clock radio, look elsewhere. ... Read more


118. Westclox Bold II Snooze Dialite
list price: $6.40
our price: $5.99
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Asin: B00013K6PK
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Salton
Sales Rank: 45372
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Features

  • Shatter proof lens
  • Easy-to-read analog display
  • Alarm
  • Quartz electric movement
  • Continuously Lit dial for night time reading

119. Sima First-Alert WX-67 Emergency Alert Radio with S.A.M.E. Technology
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00008IO4Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sima
Sales Rank: 22353
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Features

  • Portable weather/hazard alert radio
  • Receives all 7 NOAA weather/hazard channels
  • Specific Area Message Encoding (SAME) Technology
  • Telescoping antenna for improved reception
  • All digital readout

120. GPX CD Player AM/FM Digital Dual Alarm Clock Radio - CRCD2004
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B0002DJQEG
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 10893
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Features

  • Top-loading CD player, AM/FM radio
  • Dual alarm system
  • 2 full-range speakers
  • Red LED display
  • Snooze bar

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