Description and Features
Tardy no more – Never be late again for your appointments by having a clock nearby to always remind you of the time. Let the LED Infinite Clock by Nova Lamps do this job for you.
More than a clock – Aside from telling you the time, it also serves as a beautiful décor piece. It features a Brushed Aluminum/Bronze finish, and an LED light for added effect.
No visible cords – We all know how unsightly colored cords can be. Good thing this clock came with a clear cord, allowing it to blend in walls of practically any color.
- Brushed Aluminum/Bronze Finish
- With a Clear cord
- 31.25'' Height x 31.25'' Width x 3'' Depth
- Voltage: 120
- On/Off Switch located at the Inline/Cord
- Cord Length: 9 feet
- Weight: 17.5 lbs
LED Lighting is the future!LED feature cutting-edge LED lights. The benefits of LED lighting are astounding. They last far longer than any other type of bulb - usually longer than the lifetime of the item itself. The energy they require in order to produce bright light is far lower than incandescent bulbs or fluorescent bulbs, providing you a significant savings on your electrical bill. Compared to other non-LED , and especially compared to incandescent fixtures, LED easily pay for themselves over their lifetime.
You'll never have to buy replacement bulbs because LED bulbs can last for 30-50,000 hours ... at least 15-20 years with 5 hours per day of use. Imagine the cost savings not having to buy 10 sets of replacement bulbs in that time, plus saving trips to the store and dealing with the inconvenience of old-fashioned lighting!
LED bulbs require much less electrical energy - only a few watts per bulb. Your electrical bill will be lower as a result. If you're put off by LED because of the price, consider it a long-term payoff - overall you will save by joining the LED revolution today!
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In Buyer's Guides: Atomic Clocks
Atomic clocks receive a radio signal from the most accurate clock in the world, the cesium atomic clock, transmitted from the National Institute of Standards in Fort Collins, CO. The radio signal that covers the entire United States will keep your clock accurate to within one second over one million years. You'll never have to reset the clock, even for daylight-saving time!
The US Naval Observatory which operated 70 "atomic clocks" provided the following background information about these clocks: 'A cesium beam atomic clock uses the exact frequency emitted by atoms of the metallic element cesium. Today, cesium clocks measure frequency with an accuracy of one second in 1,400,000 years! It is the most accurate realization of a unit that mankind has yet achieved. A cesium clock operates by exposing cesium atoms to microwaves until they vibrate and counting the corresponding cycles as a measure of time.