Summary: The one I bought a few years ago (Model RP5435) for my bedroom was excellent and still works fine. It was easy to use, had a small footprint and had nice features like a DST (daylight saving time) button and auto brightness-adjustment. Bought another one (RC141) two years later for my den.
Summary: I purchased this alarm clock for my daughter, 8, and we love it. Both of us can use it with ease. There is a sleep function for the radio/aux, which I hadn't noticed originally. I like that she can listen to the radio or selected songs on my MP3 or iPhone for sleep, alarm, or just because.
Summary: I bought this knowing the sound was terrible (I have a large stereo in my bedroom with a sleep feature so I don't need the radio) , but I love the usb charging port. I now always remember to charge my smartphone overnight.
Summary: A very nice little clock radio and the charging plug-in for your I-phone is a plus for me. The alarm starts out quietly and gets a little louder if you don't hear it. It also has a snooze button.
Summary: Do yourself a favor and stay away from this one. The instructions are poorly written and the buttons are hard to read. I love a challenge but this thing is rediculous. I have to unplug it and take the batteries out to set or change the time. Possible one button doesnen't work.
Summary: Sometimes going cheaper and less complicated is a good thing. I just spent $80 on another clock radio that lasted a month. I had this model previous to that and had it for years, so I decided to go back to it. Also, it is very easy to set and operate.
Summary: Purchased because of the dual, USB charging capabilities. Had to return to Wal-Mart because could not set the time. I traded for second one and the USB would not charge phone and snooze the button stopped working after first use. Poor quality.