Atomic Alarm Clocks

By: Richard Romando

Imagine setting clock alarm for waking up early the next morning only to be awakened minutes or hours late and then missing out on appointments or meetings. It was can be a frequent occurrence without an atomic alarm clock. With an atomic alarm clock, however, there would be no excuses for late risers, as the alarm goes of on time and can help do away with television or cell phone alarms.

The alarm clock is replete with gizmos, such as audio announcement, automatic summer and winter daylight-savings adjustments, and display time in seconds/minutes of day, date, and alarm time. There is volume selection, which is a bonus as the alarm clock has an extra long beep. Since it is a radio alarm clock, it works on receiving the radio time signal generated by the U.S. Atomic Clock located in Colorado, saving users precious minutes in the bargain.

Another product that can prove useful is the travel atomic alarm clock. For frequent travelers, these clocks work well as their amazingly perfect antennae pick up radio signals from atomic time transmitters. Another plus is that users can do away with the services of a hotel or host for wake up calls when vacationing, on business trips, or traveling for whatever reason.

Atomic alarm clocks come in various designs and sizes, are portable, and are easy to read and set with familiar and positive sounds or songs. Instead of being roused with raucous or shrilly notes, one can hear a soothing favorite song or tone so as not to wake up in a crabby mood. Whether it is a pocket watch or cell phone look-alike, an atomic alarm clock is a must with other traveling accessories, especially if one is on a tight schedule.

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