Summary: Well designed, aesthetically pleasing etc. If you're buying a cheap clock radio for sound quality, then you're delusional. This isn't some overpriced, underperforming Bose piece. It's a clock radio. It's supposed to tell time and wake your butt up and not look terrible doing so. And that's what this is.
Summary: This clock fulfills its purpose. My husband and I get up at different times, do the dual alarm system is helpful. ALWAYS CHECK THAT YOU ARE GETTING GOOD RECEPTION AND DECENT VOLUME ON THE RADIO OPTION BEFORE YOU SET THE ALARM! I moved the radio to a different location on my night stand, and I couldn't get a station to come in well. Luckily, I woke up anyway. Otherwise, it is a good buy.
Pros: Compact, Durable, Good Sound, Lightweight, Looks nice
Summary: Aside from my satisfaction with the product, I was amazed and pleased with the fact that J&R processed my order on Sunday, and I received the item on Tuesday WITH NO RUSH DELIVERY CHARGES. J&R, you're fantastic.
Summary: A well-built clock radio with features, functionality, and performance equitable to or surpassing its competition. Poor implementation of LCD display, in and of itself a critical show-stopper.
Pros: Excellent time-keeping & alarm functionality; sturdy construction; aesthetically pleasing (bright LCD!); ease of use
Cons: Poor viewing angles from LCD; speakers susceptible to RF feedback; fickle tuner
Summary: I needed a clock radio with 2 wake-up times and a dimmer for the display. This radio has much more, and I am completely satisfied with it. You can pre-set 4 wake-up times--2 for "weekday," and 2 for "weekend." You can wake up to music, buzzer or melody. I found the melody setting handy when my classical music station had a pledge break for a week and I didn't want to wake up to talking.
Pros: Accurate Controls, Clear Signal, Easy To Set Up, Good Sound
Summary: This clock caught my eye because of the built-in lithium battery back-up, which should last for five + years. No time loss when you lose power! Beyond that, the display of both alarm time settings keeps you from pushing buttons to see what time the alarm is set. Also, the time set (and alarm sets) goes forward or back, no more going all around the clock to go back 10 minutes. A "weekend" button kills the alarm till you turn it back on.