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April 13, 2013

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StarHalo

And this is precisely why I use a battery-powered radio as an alarm clock; with a regular AC-powered clock, all it takes is a relatively brief power outage that spans the time you have the alarm set for and that's it, no alarm, and who knows when you'll wake. With a radio, it doesn't matter if the power goes out, or the internet goes down, or some software company sends a bad update, you *will* wake precisely at the appointed time.

Doug T.

Thanks for the review. I like the RCR-9's slightly bigger brother, the RCR-3

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