Marathon Commercial Grade Panoramic Atomic Wall Clock with Table Stand, Date, and Temperature – Self Setting/Self Adjusting – Batteries Included – CL030033WD (Wood Finish)

This Marathon atomic clock is self-adjusting and self-setting, eliminating the need to manually input the time and date. Simply insert the batteries provided with the clock and it will synchronize to the time set out by the atomic clock in Colorado once the signal is received. The clock includes all 8 North American time zones – a worldwide exclusive Marathon clock feature! It can be used anywhere in continental North American including Hawaii. Choose from Pacific, Mountain, Central, Eastern, Atlantic, Newfoundland, Alaska and Hawaii standard time. The time and date can easily be set manually for those using the clock outside of North America. Daylight Savings Time on/off option is included. The clock’s sleek, contemporary design features a brushed steel effect frame and large numbers making this beautiful clock ideal for home, office, school, hospital, etc. It easily hangs on a wall or can be placed on a table top using the sturdy fold-out stand. Split-second accuracy shows: the time in either AM/PM format or 24 hour military timing; the month, weekday and date; as well as indoor room temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit. Sold to Government, Banks, Schools, Churches, Offices, and Banks

Product Features

  • LARGE DISPLAY – Easy to read 4″ high display
  • SELF-SETTING/ADJUSTING – Using radio frequencies broadcast from NIST’s Colorado Atomic Clock (Atomic feature only functions in North America)
  • MULTIPLE DISPLAY MODES – 12 or 24 Hour Display Formats with Indoor Temperature Display in Celsius or Fahrenheit
  • 8 TIME ZONES – A Marathon exclusive, choose between PST, MST, CST, EST, AST, NST, HST & AKST with option to turn Daylight Savings Time on or off
  • BATTERIES INCLUDED – 2 AA long life batteries included


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2 thoughts on “Marathon Commercial Grade Panoramic Atomic Wall Clock with Table Stand, Date, and Temperature – Self Setting/Self Adjusting – Batteries Included – CL030033WD (Wood Finish)

  1. Can’t see it, I just can’t see it. … The face of the clock, that is. As others have said, if you are not looking straight at the face of the clock, you cannot read it. I didn’t think it would be that bad. It is.The viewing cone is only about 15 degrees. See the attached image. I never had any trouble reading the Radio Shack clock this replaced. The one from the Shack was great – easy to read and kept excellent time. But after 10, 15, or maybe 20 years, it just stopped one day. Rats!Otherwise, this…

  2. Oh my! What a large, white clock you have there! I gotta say, this is a pretty nifty wall clock.Be patient, though. You may not get a signal right away. I guess it depends on what time of day you press the “wave” button. From what I’ve read, the signal for atomic clocks gets stronger at night, so I’d recommend pressing the button late in the evening or close to midnight.The first time I tried to sync, I was on the road and I didn’t receive a signal. When I went home that night, however, I pressed the button…

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