This clock simply couldn’t be easier to use. All you have to do is insert an AA battery (sold separately) and press your corresponding time zone button, that’s it! The clock receives radio communication from Fort Collins, Colorado, where the exact time signal is continuously broadcast throughout the United States. Time is precisely measured by the Atomic Clock of the US National Institute of Standards and Technology, Time and Frequency Division in Boulder, Colorado, where a team of atomic physicists continually measures time to an accuracy of ten billionths of a second per day. The clock will recognize PT-Pacific Time, MT-Mountain Time, CT-Central Time and ET-Eastern Time, and automatically adjust for daylight savings.
Average Customer Rating
|BOBBY — BRIDGEPORT, TX Date: 8/27/2011|
|Review: Great, This is the only clock to have. The automatic reset of the time every day and at day lite savings the only way to go.|
|MARK — ROCHESTER, NY Date: 8/11/2011|
|Review: great clock that get its time from the mothership|
|JAMES — MATTYDALE, NY Date: 7/31/2011|
|Review: works well so far|
|FRED — SUNRISE BEACH, MO Date: 7/7/2011|
|Review: good product|
|MARILYN — BELMONT, VT Date: 5/24/2011|
|Review: I gave this clock as a gift and the recipient is delighted. At first she was concerned that her preferred placement would not work – between the refrigerator and the microwave – but it was fine. She is happy to be able to see the large numbers from her chair in the living room.|
|DARON — CONWAY, SC Date: 5/7/2011|
|Review: Nice clock, price very competetive, I use it outside in direct sunlight, I get 2 years of use, bought two of them they are cheap enough to dispose of when they quit working.|
The minute you snap on a Bongo Tie, you realize that you’ve discovered the very best way to organize computer cables, extension cords, photo and A/V cables, tools, camping gear, sports equipment – you name it. Bongo Ties were invented by a professional photographer to clean up the clutter of cables and to attach wires to light poles temporarily. You’ll be able to use them to tie up bundles of wires or coils of rope, attach a tarp, or organize the cables behind your computer desk or home theater. The Bongo Tie is a really simple device. There’s a rugged wooden knob – called the Bongo – tied to a big, strong rubber band. Stretch the rubber band around the coil of wire and loop the free end over the Bongo. That’s it. Use these in the garden to support young trees, in the garage for everything, or around a slippery container to add grip. Sold in a package of 10 Bongo Ties.
|RANDALL — YUCAIPA, CA Date: 1/14/2010|
|Review: This was my first time using Bongo Ties. They are great for securing my extension cords and audio and video cables. Simply great!!|
|PIERCE — LOS ANGELES, CA Date: 1/10/2010|
|Review: These are fancy rubber bands and probably won’t last very long.|
|NICK — LAWRENCE, KS Date: 11/14/2009|
|Review: As with paperclips, pushpins and other desk supplies, no home or office should be without some BongoTies. They’re that useful.|
Keep your valuables safe, even when you travel. The LCD Electronic Digital Safe can be mounted securely to a wall in your home or even to your car with the included mounting hardware, so you’ll feel safe about bringing your jewelry, wallet, camera or personal documents along on road trips.
Designed for the professional driver, the LCD Electronic Digital Safe offers both keyed and keyless entry. You program the electronic combination code, which can be up to eight digits long, and you’ll have access to your important items whenever you need them, while enjoying the peace of mind that comes from knowing that they’re safe. Note: This safe is not fire rated.
The safe’s bright LCD display is visible in any light, and the number display can be turned off for extra security. The standby battery pack uses 4 AA batteries, sold separately. Two emergency keys with a hidden lock are also included. Read more
|JOHN — VIRGINIA BEACH, VA Date: 2/7/2008|
|Review: Bought one for the RV last fall. Liked it so much we bought another one for the house! Simple, secure good size, and at a reasonable price.|
|JOHN — VIRGINIA BEACH, VA Date: 10/15/2007|
|Review: This is exactly what we were looking for to install in the RV. Easy to use, and install. Better then a simple lockbox, and not as bulky as a fireproof safe.|