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Reviews Categories | Ham Shack Clocks | Casio DQ-750 LCD clock with temperature Help

Reviews Summary for Casio DQ-750 LCD clock with temperature
Casio DQ-750 LCD clock with temperature Reviews: 3 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $18.99
Description: * 12/24 hr format
* Extra large display
* Temperature
* Daily alarm
* Auto calendar
* Snooze function
* LED backlight display
Product is in production.
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K6USI Rating: 5/5 Sep 11, 2004 21:32 Send this review to a friend
Its a winner  Time owned: more than 12 months
It's great, keeps good time, the numbers are large, day, date and 24 Hr time. I think it was about $15.00. I Might buy another one.
N5NW Rating: 5/5 Oct 2, 2002 19:37 Send this review to a friend
Excellent hamshack clock  Time owned: more than 12 months
Large, clear digits with capability of using 24 hour time and temp. Having some trouble with segments going out on me, but that's after about 5 years of continual use. Time accuracy is excellent, only lost < 1 min per year in my experience. Batteries last about 2 years in my application. I'm looking for sources for replacement!
VA3MIC Rating: 5/5 Mar 4, 2002 22:25 Send this review to a friend
Attractive 12/24hr desk clock with large LCD digits  Time owned: 3 to 6 months
The LCD digits for the time are 1.25" high. The clock front is a square with the time in the upper two thirds of the LCD screen and the date, day and temperature on the lower part of the screen. The front is slanted and the colour is dark grey. The clock is very attractive and seems to fit in well with my black/grey radios. The clock is also very easy to read and can toggle between 12 and 24 hr formats. The snooze button (there is an alarm function) along the length of the top of the case also doubles as a switch for the blue LED backlight; the backlight stays on for 5 seconds when the snooze button is pressed.

The clock takes two AA size batteries. It has lost only 12 seconds in the last 3.5 months, when compared to NIST.

Summing up, it's an attractive, lightweight 12/24 clock for the desk. And it's inexpensive.

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