Vero 625-488 Wall Clock: Behind the shatter-proof crystal and minimalist black matte case lies a durable, radio-controlled and battery-powered watch movement that synchronizes with the NIST clock in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Along with its accurate radio-controlled timekeeping, this clock offers an AM/FM radio, weather forecasting and pressure trend indicator, auto-synchronization, remote sensor and time zone indicators.
Sangean RCR-22: The sleek, futuristic design and subtle blue shades of the case mask an array of atomic technology like precise radio-controlled timekeeping for CE time, the UK, U.S. or Japan.
Accuwave Wall II Clock: The most popular Howard Miller atomic model, the Accuwave 2 features extra large Arabic numerals, a clear glass crystal and a radio-controlled quartz movement.
Described as a cutting edge manufacturer of radio-controlled timekeeping technology, LaCrosse continues to reign as the leading atomic clock company.
WT-3102B Analog: This clock's sturdy black plastic case makes it affordable, and the accurate radio-controlled movement makes it indispensable.
Technical features include four time zones, auto or manual time setting, Daylight Savings Time options and a radio-controlled atomic movement.
Radio-controlled clock, resonance clock, spectroscopy clock and radio clock are all terms that people use to describe an atomic clock.
Performance options include time for 43 cities, 1/100 second 24 hour chronograph and radio-controlled atomic timekeeping.
Standard options include four time zones, accurate radio-controlled movement and Daylight Savings Time options.