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Reviews Categories | Ham Shack Clocks | Wal-Mart "Atomic" clock model RM 103A Help

Reviews Summary for Wal-Mart "Atomic" clock model RM 103A
Reviews: 1 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $About $12.00
Description: This clock uses WWVB to calibrate itself on a daily basis.
Product is in production.
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K1WCC Rating: 5/5 Jan 19, 2004 07:47 Send this review to a friend
Best clock!  Time owned: more than 12 months
I bought this clock at my local Wal-Mart last year just by chance. It was on sale for about $12.00 and being advertised as an atomic clock. Unlike a previous "atomic" clock I owned, this one can be set for Zulu (GMT) and 24 hour time. Time characters are 7/16" high and the unit has an alarm and light. It's been running since I had it on a zinc-carbon AA battery! This really was an excellent deal and has no trouble receiving WWVB in my basement shack among all the rigs, wires, etc. Wish I knew who the manufacturer was but hey, at least I knew the model number! These clocks are great for glancing at as a QSO begins so you can log the time correctly, or for setting your computer time before a contest.

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