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$34.99
121. Audiovox Electronics CE256 CD
$21.88
122. INFINITY INSTRUMENTS LTD. Retro
$14.99 list($24.99)
123. Timex T234S Nature Sounds Alarm
$7.99
124. JWIN ELECTRONICS JX-M55 Fog Free
$39.99
125. Timex AM/FM/CD Clock Radio (T608T)
$36.49 list($49.99)
126. RCA Victory Alarm Clock Radio
$16.16 list($12.99)
127. Emerson Dual-Alarm Clock Radio
$29.87
128. Timex Auto-Set Clock Radio with
$69.95
129. OREGON SCIENTIFIC BAR608HGA Weather
$167.16
130. Fisher Am/Fm/3Cd Slim Shelf/Wall
$29.99 $26.99 list($39.99)
131. Eton FR100 Blackout Buddy with
$6.99
132. SALTON/MAXIM Westclox 114661 Meteor
$16.87
133. Bulova(R) Commercial Wall Clock
$9.99
134. JENSEN JCR-170 AM/FM DUAL ALARM
$169.95
135. Oregon Scientific FSP301A-R Maranello
$24.99 list($25.99)
136. Timex T433B Calendar Clock Radio
$6.99 list($8.00)
137. Westclox Metro
$129.99 $119.99 list($249.99)
138. Teac SL-D90B CD / Clock Radio
$24.88
139. INFINITY INSTRUMENTS LTD. Carl
$94.75
140. TEAC SL-D80 Retro Style Table

121. Audiovox Electronics CE256 CD AM / FM Alarm Clock Radio
list price: $34.99
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Asin: B0002HBSUM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AudioVox
Sales Rank: 7600
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Features

  • Dual Weekend Alarm, CD/Radio/Buzzer Wake-Up Alarm Selection, Snooze/Sleep Function

122. INFINITY INSTRUMENTS LTD. Retro Round Metal Wall Clock 9 1/2" ( Silver )

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Asin: B000260MT6
Catlog: Home
Sales Rank: 2357
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123. Timex T234S Nature Sounds Alarm Clock Radio (Silver)
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B00005ML6Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 14117
Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

2-0 out of 5 stars Totally quiet or too loud
I'm not sure about others, but the volume control is either way too loud, or way too soft. What's up with that? That's okay if you're waking up, but what if you just want to listen to the radio? And the Nature Sounds (Brook, Ocean, or Birds) only have one volume setting!!

The 'minute set' feature works by only pressing the button for each minute change - there's no 5-minutes at a time, or whatever to speed up the time setting. The Alarm Reset button is quite stiff as well. You've gotta really press it to get it activated (or deactivate the alarm).

The only plus this thing has is it's 9-volt battery compartment (ie. there IS one).

Ack!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good deal for light sleepers
I've been using this alarm clock for about 1 year and have yet to be late to work, but that may be because I'm a light sleeper and often wake up a few minutes before the alarm even goes off! As another reviewer stated, if you are a heavy sleeper the nature sounds won't be loud enough to wake you up. For me, it works great - there are 3 sounds to choose from: rainforest birds, ocean waves, and babbling brook. The bird sounds are the best - I haven't even used the others. My only complaint about this product is the angle of the clock face. It angles up, which would be fine if your bedside table was lower than your bed, but mine isn't. I've had to put little felt tabs on the back surface to raise the rear of the clock up so I can read it while lying in bed. Other than that, this is a great little clock/alarm for the money!

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor Design
I'm writing this review as I browse for a new alarm clock to replace this one. Being late today was the last straw.
I've owned this clock for about 6 months now and I have been late to work more in the last 6 mos than any
other time in my life. Correlation?

The biggest problem is that fact that the snooze and alarm reset buttons are almost identical in size and shape.
One is on the left side and the other on the right. Try to figure that out when you're mostly asleep.
The nature sounds are useless to me. If it doesn't sound like a freight train going through my room, I'm probably going to sleep through it.
Perhaps that should have spent less time on the nature sounds and more on the interface design. If I could give it 0 stars I would.

5-0 out of 5 stars perfect
i have no complaint about this product at all it works great and has great features all for a low price

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor Nature Sounds
I tried this product because I wanted to wake up to the sound of ocean waves. The sound quality was very disappointing for all four of the nature sounds. In addition, there is no volume control for waking up to the nature sounds. Loud is the only choice. I don't recommend this product for these reasons. ... Read more


124. JWIN ELECTRONICS JX-M55 Fog Free Mirror Water Resistant Shower AM/FM Radio

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Asin: B0007M3E9K
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 55176
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • High Sensitive AM/FM Radio
  • Ultra Slim Design
  • Water Resistant Body & Speaker
  • Fog Free Mirror
  • Shelf and Wall Mountable

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars The "J" stands for JUNK
This 2-in-one device suffers from low quality, bad design and is generally shoddy. The radio gets horrible reception, and I live in Chicago, not in the sticks where reception might be a problem. The Tuning knob is especially difficult to use, particularly with wet hands. The audio quality is tinny and unpleasant. There is a Fading issue with the tuner, where a station once tuned, will fade out, nescessetating a wet handed showerer to retune, which is difficult. To top that off, the Mirror after a few months of use, has become hazy and makes shaving a chore. Even after cleaning the mirror with Windex, and some diluted lime-a-way, it is still hazy, and NOT FOG FREE despite the manufacturers claim. This thing is a total waste of money. ... Read more


125. Timex AM/FM/CD Clock Radio (T608T)

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Asin: B00006IDFB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 3778
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Started out fine, but....
then the CD player stopped working after about 6 months. Funny thing is, another Timex CD alarm clock we purchased stopped working a few weeks later. We won't be buying Timex again.

5-0 out of 5 stars nice to wake up to my own choice of music...
this little machine is great. i've only had it for a few weeks, but it has surely made a big difference in how i start my day. i can program exact songs to wake up to...drifting from sleep into the waking world has never been more gentle. my girlfriend and i were tired of waking up to depressing news on NPR (not that the news should be avoided, but hearing it first thing upon waking can put a damper on the day). i think everyone should have a cd playing clock radio, if not this brand, then pick one of your choosing. i got this one for a good price and see absolutely nothing wrong with it. actually, let me rephrase that: the large green display is a tad bright (or brighter than the one i had grown accustomed to) and there is no dimmer switch as is available on other cd clock radios i looked at. it's really not a big deal at all, and after a night or two you probably won't even notice it. overall, i think it's a great buy...and the sound is pretty decent for such small machine.

2-0 out of 5 stars hum hum
on low volume you will hear a hum, somewhat complicated to find different features..........its going back sorry ... Read more


126. RCA Victory Alarm Clock Radio
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0002IGJ0A
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 20573
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Features

  • Real wood construction with wood veneer
  • Analog clock & alarm
  • AM/FM mono analog radio, lighted tuning & clock dial
  • Wake to buzzer or radio, unique snooze-light function
  • Built-in speaker, requires 9V battery for backup

127. Emerson Dual-Alarm Clock Radio - CK5051
list price: $12.99
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Asin: B000068E86
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 5617
Average Customer Review: 2.58 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (26)

4-0 out of 5 stars Worked for me
I just got this clock last night. The dual alarms worked independently and the snooze button was fine, matter of fact I think I tested the snooze about 10 times to make sure it worked. I am very pleased with the clock. If you are looking for sound quality, the radio is not that great but for me, it is just an alarm so it didn't matter and the price was right for one that has dual alarms. So, if you are just looking for something to wake you up, it is a reasonable clock. I only gave it 4 stars because of the sound, otherwise, I think it is great.

2-0 out of 5 stars inherent flaws in dual alarms
works well as a clock, but depend on the dual alarm feature to help you get up in the morning? HAH! i have returned my clock to target 3 times to get it replaced. don't depend on your snooze button to work, because it simply turns the alarm off. this was a defect i found after about a month of using the clock. it used to let you snooze for about 7 minutes, but after a while, the snooze feature simply stopped working. i thought it was because i set the second alarm within 1 hour of the first. not true. and i called emerson customer service to inquire about it. their service was awful and they wanted me to pay shipping to send it back to them for replacement! not likely to find anyone paying $9 shipping on a $13 clock. i'm returning mine to target and replacing it with a $17 brand from sony. i can't afford to depend on this emerson clock to let me snooze any more! i would have been better off to set 2 separate clocks at my bedside!

1-0 out of 5 stars Very annoying clock!
My husband and I complain about this clock nearly every night when we go to set it. I am actually online looking for a new clock! I find the "forward" and "reverse" buttons used to adjust the alarm and time very frustrating--forward only works in a "fast" speed, and reverse in a "slow" speed. Sometimes it can take several tries to finally get it to the right time. The tuner in the radio is absolutely pathetic-- I wake up to what usually amounts to the only station I can find on the dial. Haven't had the snooze problem, but I generally do not use that feature. The seems like a very poorly designed, poorly made clock.

5-0 out of 5 stars great buy
i love the emerson dual clock radio,it gets me up in the morning and it sets by its self so i dont have to fix it every time the lights go out.the price is great also.no more being late to get up in the morning.

4-0 out of 5 stars clock
Haven't had any problems. Good price. ... Read more


128. Timex Auto-Set Clock Radio with Digital Preset Tuning (T311T) (T311T)

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Asin: B0001Y6J1Y
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 2708
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works Fine, Does What it Says
Finding a clock radio with battery back up and radio presets was a challenge. Most of them have analog radios, which means when I flip from the baseball game (am radio) to jazz (fm radio) I have to once again slowly turn the dial until I find the spot with the best reception. It is a joy to use presets.

Mine worked fine out of the box. Radio quality (sound) was good, suitable for a bedroom. Surprise, surprise, it came with the batteries (2 AAA) already installed for the battery back up.

Fine clock radio.

1-0 out of 5 stars Dead out of the box! [ZERO STARS]
The radio function did not work at all on this very poor quality Timex clock radio. No sound from where the speaker should be. Nothing. Not even a cackle. Nada. Nichts. The only sound this thing would make would be the cracking of cheap plastic upon impact with asphalt if thrown from a tall building. Features really do look great on paper, and the designers should be commended for having one of the best ideas on the market for this type of product, but perhaps the factory workers in China had a really bad day when they got around to trying to put these things together. Just thoroughly PATHETIC!!!
Shame on you Timex! Get your act together!!!!!!!!! :-(

P.S. I would have GLADLY paid $10 more if this item had been made using QUALITY workmanship!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars Seems nice, but not quite what I was after
I wanted something with large numbers, dual alarms, and battery backup; saw this and it seemed to fit the bill. However, once you read the manual, it says that there ARE two alarms, but one is buzzer only and the other is radio only.

Back it goes. ... Read more


129. OREGON SCIENTIFIC BAR608HGA Weather Station And Self-Setting Clock

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Asin: B00026732U
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 99750
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Features

  • Crescendo alarm with snooze button
  • Wireless sensor monitors humidity and temperature, both indoors and outdoors
  • Multiple temperature channel capabilities(additional sensors required)
  • Three levels of pressure indicators - Rising, Steady or Falling
  • Screen is illuminated with HiGlo electro-luminescent backlight

130. Fisher Am/Fm/3Cd Slim Shelf/Wall Mount System

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Asin: B00012O7ME
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fisher
Sales Rank: 5639
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Features

  • Ultra-Slim Design
  • Easily Wall-Mountable
  • Vertical-Loading 3-CD Changer
  • Motorized CD Doors
  • Electronic Volume Control

131. Eton FR100 Blackout Buddy with Power Failure Light and AM / FM Radio, Pearl
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B000255ITQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Grundig
Sales Rank: 3537
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Features

  • Super-Bright LED Light provides illumination when you need it most
  • On/Off Switch allows you conserve power when you need to - AC Plug goes into any standard outlet to charge & standby
  • AM/FM Radio helps you stay in tune with breaking news and receive important local radio broadcasts
  • Alarm Feature wakes you up when you want (with or without power)
  • Illuminated Multi-Function LCD Screen glows a soft blue when plugged in, serving as a night light

132. SALTON/MAXIM Westclox 114661 Meteor Black Alarm Clock

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Asin: B0002VCUZU
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Salton/Maxim
Sales Rank: 9141
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Features

  • 110V AC Powered
  • 6 red LED display
  • Alarm snooze
  • 9V Battery back-up (battery is not included)
  • Buttons on top for easy access

133. Bulova(R) Commercial Wall Clock

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Asin: B000093IMY
Catlog: Furniture
Manufacturer: Bulova
Sales Rank: 1549
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134. JENSEN JCR-170 AM/FM DUAL ALARM CLOCK RADIO

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Asin: B00009W39U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Jensen
Sales Rank: 5397
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Features

  • 0.6-inch green LED display
  • AM/FM receiver, Dual alarm, Wake to radio or alarm
  • 7-minute snooze, 59-minute sleep to music with auto off
  • Power: AC 120v/60Hz, Battery back-up for clock: one 9v battery (not included)
  • Size: H 2.13 in; W 8.13 in; D 5.75 in

135. Oregon Scientific FSP301A-R Maranello Ferrari Speedometer Line Projection Clock, Ferrari Red
list price: $169.95
our price: $169.95
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Asin: B000224NDQ
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 7664
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Product Description

Oregon Scientific (FSP301A-R) Maranello Projection Clock Red ... Read more

Features

  • Set to the official time by synchronizing the clock and calendar to the official U.S. atomic clock via radio frequency broadcast
  • Alarm sound is selectable between exciting Ferrari racing engine sound or standard beep alarm
  • HiGlo backlight makes it is easy to read during low lighting conditions
  • Shows the time on any surface
  • Provides the weather forecast and both indoor and outdoor temperatures

136. Timex T433B Calendar Clock Radio with Dual Alarm
list price: $25.99
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Asin: B00004VXAM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Timex
Sales Rank: 6903
Average Customer Review: 3.14 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Wake to the clear AM/FM reception of the Timex T433B calendar clockradio with dual alarm. Its dual-alarm system is perfect for those who don't wakeup with the first alarm or for working couples with different schedules.

Thedigital LCD display glows blue at night with a rotary brightness control andindicates time, alarm, and date. The Timex T433B also features a battery backupsystem in case of power failure. ... Read more

Features

  • Dual-alarm clock
  • Clear, crisp AM/FM reception
  • Auto-on night-light with rotary brightness control
  • Digital LCD screen with month and date calendar
  • Dependable battery backup system

Reviews (7)

2-0 out of 5 stars Timex: The one that keeps on ticking?
Thank goodness this clock has been discontinued. What a piece of junk. While the unit is physically sturdy, the display is small and awfully hard to read. The display light is inefficient at letting you read the black digits. The buttons on my clock became hard to use; they started to require more and more pressure to make them work until I have to brace the clock on the bed....jamming my fingers on the buttons. I'm ready for a new one!

4-0 out of 5 stars I Love This Alarm
I like quirky tools, and this alarm is quirky.

First the down sides.

- The indiglo light is horrible and you can't see this alarm from across the room, or even a few feet away when your eyes are all beary from sleep. The light sensor isn't too great either, so I pretty much leave it on or off.
- The switches & knobs (alarm on/off, am/fm, brightness, frequency) on the side are, well, on the side, and you have to sort of figure out which is which, though I remember vaguely which is which.

- The buttons can be hard to push, but I think they're easy to push.
- It can be hard to tune in your favorite radio stations.

What I like about it:

- Two Alarms! YAY. I set the 2nd one for 14 minutes after the first, which gives me 9 minutes then 5 minutes then 4 minutes snooze (then alternating 5 and 4 minute snoozes).
- The layout of the buttons on the front is pretty good. The slow back/fwd fast back/fwd on the left side is great and makes it very easy to set the alarm time. The alarm button also stands out enough that you hit it without accidentally hitting the time button.
- The snooze button is easy to hit. Then again, I'm not a morning person, so maybe that's a down side.
- Backup battery.
- Heavy-Duty construction.
- The light dims, so it becomes a regular LCD display.

If I were Timex, I'd improve this clock by adding/changing:

- Better backlight, they should user-test this. I realise Indiglo is a big brand and probably helps sell this product, but they really need to improve on this for this particular application.
- For the size & weight you'd think it would also do nature sound or something (not that I'm a fan of them), but it doesn't.

That's about it. I like this alarm a lot, if you want a dual alarm clock and can deal with the indiglo (which dims so you don't have a light blaring in your face all night), I highly suggest this one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Many useful features
Good:
-Shows date and alarm time on the display ALL the time.
-Great battery backup (see story below).

Bad:
-Display is hard to see from far away, because it is a backlit LCD (it looks cool, though).

The Story:
When an ice storm hit Kansas City, my power was out for almost a week. The Timex, because it has an LCD display, continues to display the time. When the power is out, instead of the radio (if you have it set to radio), it beeps--so you won't sleep in. After a week of no power, it still had the time on the display! I couldn't believe it. Timex did a great job designing the internals of this.

1-0 out of 5 stars Can't read the stinkin' display!
I must start by saying that I never write product reviews. Seems like too much time to spend, even though I do read other reviews and purchase accordingly. When I saw that amazon carries this clock, I HAD to write!!

This clock seems good, has dual alarms, date, etc. But I am looking for another clock because the display (it is adjustable) drives me nuts. I have to set it really bright to see it at night (my whole side of the bedroom glows, which my fiance and I aren't too thrilled about. So when I turn it down where the light doesn't qualify as a light source, I can't read it at night.

A very frustrating clock, am in the market for a new one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent buy. Great features, great clock.
This clock is very easy to operate once you read the instructions. I think it's a great buy.

Pros:

* The time display is easy to read day or night. It's especially easy to read at night even with my glasses off. It has a brightness controller that you can adjust to suit.

* The instructions manual is short and easy to understand

* You can set two different alarm times

* There is a large snooze button on the top that you can easily reach to temporarily turn off the alarm. To permanently turn off the alarm there is a small reset button which you can hit once you gain your co-ordination

* When the alarm's sounds, its frequency is low, then it gradually gets louder. This is a great feature. This prevents you from being scared out of bed. My old radio had an explosive alarm that would scare a dead man.

* It has a calendar (but hard to read from far). Both the calendar & time are displayed at the same time so you don't have to press any buttons to switch between the two.

* The sound quality is fairly good. I had no problems tuning the stations (I guess this depends on were you live).

* It has a battery back-up system (two AAs) so incase you loose electricity, you wouldn't have to reset the time. The clock will continue working until electricity is restored or the batteries die. I find the feature great because you may want to move the clock from room to room.

* It's built with a sturdy construction. It doesn't have that lightweight cheaps feeling.

Cons:

* The buttons at the front to set the clock, calendar & alarm times are small and stiff. You have to press them a bit hard for them to work, which may leave you with sore fingers. Maybe they just need "breaking in." How often do you have to set a clock anyway? ... Read more


137. Westclox Metro
list price: $8.00
our price: $6.99
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Asin: B00013K6PA
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Salton
Sales Rank: 29738
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Features

  • Plastic Lens
  • .5" LCD
  • Top alarm snooze
  • Light on demand
  • Quartz movement

138. Teac SL-D90B CD / Clock Radio with Remote (Black)
list price: $249.99
our price: $129.99
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Asin: B00008IXFV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: TEAC
Sales Rank: 3307
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


139. INFINITY INSTRUMENTS LTD. Carl Jorgen Raised Numbers Metal Wall Clock

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Asin: B00078VY3W
Catlog: Home
Sales Rank: 5432
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140. TEAC SL-D80 Retro Style Table Radio with Clock and CD Player - Black

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Asin: B00008BWMB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Teac
Sales Rank: 7851
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Rotary Analog AM/FM Stereo Tuner
  • Rotary Volume Control
  • Top-loading Type CD Player with Precision 3-beam Laser Pick-up and up to 20-track Music Memory
  • Multifunction 4-digit LED screen displays CD Track and Clock
  • Wake to Radio or CD and Sleep to Radio

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4-0 out of 5 stars What a great gift
TEAC has a winner with this nostalgia radio. How I remember listening to the radio in my youth before going off to sleep. Styling is classic and functions are effortless. ... Read more


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