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Casio Watch Pq15-1K(P)
Presenting innovation that fits in the palm of your hand, the digital-quartz powered Casio Travel Clock Auto Calendar Thermometer Clock #PQ15-1KP features a digital-blue dial face, which is embellished with an easy-to-read time display. Other innovative features include a handy day-and-date calendar, a temperature reading, and an alarm setting, while a stationary plastic bezel promotes day-to-day durability. Designed to accommodate your busy schedule, this handsome timepiece offers a sleek functionality.
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134 of 139 found the following review helpful:
great little clockJun 07, 2006
I've owned this clock for several years - it's dependable, durable and reliable. I find it great to have the temperature readout, in both Fahrenheit and Celcius (that way I can whine bi-lingually when it's hot..). I've travelled with it, camped with it, and use it as my everyday bedside alarm. My only complaint is that the snooze button is set for only 5 minutes per "snooze" - hardly enough.
81 of 82 found the following review helpful:
The perfect travel alarm clockNov 27, 2007
By D. Tarr
I've had one of these for at least ten years, and it's still going strong. I think I've only changed the batteries 3 times, and I use it as my primary alarm clock almost every day. It has traveled with me to at least 3 continents and been through countless airports, train stations, bus stations, docks, suitcases, hotel rooms, and campgrounds, and still sits by my bed every night. The only problems I've had with it are when I've forgotten to set it. I'm tempted to buy another one only because I'm afraid they'll quit making it; I want to be able to replace it when it finally gets crushed or stepped on or lost in transit.
On a more objective level, it has a well laid out display, showing the time, date, day, temperature, and alarm/snooze indicators. The time can swith to 24-hour format, and the temperature can display either in F or C. The snooze button is big enough to hit with my eyes closed. The snooze button also turns on the greenish backlight for 5 seconds or so, letting me see what time it is in the dark. The base flips around and protects the buttons from getting pressed while it's in my bag, which is important as I usually just toss it in with my keys and flashlight and mp3 player and other things with hard pointy bits.
My only real complaint is that the snooze function only waits 5 minutes, I'd prefer about 10. Still, when you're travelling, who wants to sleep in all day? There are things to do! This is small enough to take anywhere no matter how I'm traveling. This is easily the best travel alarm clock I've ever had.
190 of 209 found the following review helpful:
A missed target for CASIOSep 22, 2006
By A. Pietsch
I've owned a CASIO PQ-10 Travel Alarm Clock for about ten years, traveled with it thousands of miles in my bicycle panniers, and it's still running on the original batteries! The alarm switch finally failed, and I really loved this clock, so I decided to try the PQ-15 as a replacement since the PQ-10 is no longer available. I'm dissapointed - the PQ-15 is more than twice the size and weight (4" tall compared with the PQ-10's 1-3/4" height, uses 2 AAA batteries instead of 2 small watch batteries) and bulges in the back for the battery holder.) With a much larger snooze/LED button, although slightly recessed, its size makes it all too easy to activate the LED display and use up the batteries during travel. I'll keep the PQ-15 for some travel, but I think CASIO took a basic, simple, clean design and went too far. In fairness, the PQ-15 control butons are better spaced and easier to use than the PQ-10, but I wish they would have upgraded the PQ-10 and kept the same form factor.
37 of 40 found the following review helpful:
Time: Great Temperature: Not So GreatMay 05, 2006
By Michael Frisbie
This clock is compact, easy to read, portable, and inexpensive. There seems to be a defect with the thermometer function, however, at least in the one we bought. It was fine for the first couple of days, but on the third day or so it registered the temperature in our house at over 90 degrees farenheit (about 30 degrees higher than the actual level). Probably not worth sending it back for, but disappointing nonetheless.
21 of 22 found the following review helpful:
The Perfect ClockNov 23, 2007
I really love this clock, but didn't realize how perfect it was until I tried to find a similar one for my husband at local stores. I bought it almost 10 years ago. I use it bedside (really great when the power goes off!), but take it when I travel, and so I've bought a couple of other similar ones for my husband. But my husband's beeps as you set it - not great when your wife is asleep. His snooze button is very close to the set button, so when you go to hit snooze in the dark, it can take a few tries to get it right. Another one had confusing controls that made you wake to waves or birds - not loud enough for him, and so annoying to set that he ripped it apart one night in frustration. But the Casio has a nice wide snooze that also turns on the light - great for sleepy fumbling. The temperature is great, esp. when traveling. It's really the perfect clock.
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