Summary: Overall this was a nice clock radio, however reason I wanted this model was for the atomic clock feature and it didn't work. I had to return it for a refund. Also, even when set on dim the display was very bright.
Summary: Don't buy this if you just want a simple clock/radio with alarm/ music wake up. Should be able to start using a clock-radio with alarms without reading a deeply involved direction booklet. Much, much, too much!
Summary: I've only had the unit for 3 days, but so far it performs well. One of the reasons I replaced my 20 year old clock radio was the reception was weak and scratchy. Once I attached the wire antenna of the new clock radio to the vertical wall, the reception is very good The biggest problem I had was to...
Summary: Radio provides good reception which is important where we live since other inexpensive (less than $150 radios) have not. Clock light even on lowest setting is very bright so I leave it off. Initial setup is a bit tricky and requires reading the manual and carefully following the steps.
Summary: The instruction manual was confusing at first, but once you get the hang of it, it's simple and logical to set. I love that the tuning and volume controls are rotating DIALS rather than buttons to push and hold-- much easier to use. The station presets feature works easily and is convenient to use.
Summary: Take a look at the picture. That is NOT the product I received. You have the wrong picture posted. The RCR-22 has the buttons on the front like the RCR-2. This picture is more like the RCR-10 model. Check it out. This is the wrong picture for what I was sent.