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Oregon Scientific Projection Alarm Clocks Look Sharp

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These digital alarm clocks from Oregon Scientific offer up a bold modern design that’s sure to look great on your bedside table.

Oregon Scientific RRA320P and RRM320PA Projection Clocks

Featuring a striking black and white case with a futuristic, bright orange-on-black display, there’s no way you’ll miss one of these clocks when you roll over in the middle of the night to check the time. And even if you did, just look straight up from your pillow, since these clocks can also project the current time directly on your ceiling. Both models also include dual alarms in case you and your significant other need to wake up at different times.

The $39.99 RRA320P is the basic AM/FM alarm clock radio model, while the $59.99 RRM320PA adds an atomic-synchronized movement, temperature display and a wireless thermometer that lets you check the outdoor temperature from up to 300 feet away.



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