LaCrosse Technology atomic wall clocks provide accurate, reliable timekeeping at very affordable prices!
LaCrosse introduced atomic clocks to the United States in 1991. The atomic clocks are radio-controlled, receiving a daily signal from Fort Collins, Colorado, that update the atomic clocks to within one second of official U.S. government time. The wall clocks even automatically adjust for Daylight Savings Time!
LaCrosse atomic wall clocks are effective within the contiguous 48 states and are battery operated.
Atomic wall clocks from LaCrosse Technology are available in digital and analog formats. Large, easy-to-read analog atomic wall clocks vary from 10 to 18 inches in diameter while the stylish digital clocks come in various finishes such as cherry, oak or silver!