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Electrohome EAAC601 Projection Alarm Clock

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This Product was reviewed by Staying Alive Crew Last updated: Feb 17, 2022 at 10:44 am

The Electrohome EAAC601 Projection Alarm Clock is truly a modern digital alarm clock. 

If you’re a visual person, nothing hammers home what time it is then seeing it projected onto your wall or ceiling to jolt you out of bed. 

It not only projects time but also the temperature for you to have in full view. It has a 180 degrees swivel projection, so you don’t need to roll over to see what time it is. 

If you don’t want the projector to be on so that you can fall asleep without interruptions, the 3.6 inches of white LCD with blue backlighting display, can show you the time and you can adjust the brightness to your heart's content. 

The Electrohome offers you the option of having a buzzer or radio set as the alarm clock sounds. 

With 20 preset radio stations on offer, you’ll be spoilt for choice on what tunes to wake up to. 

Powered by an AC cord, it comes with a backup battery and automatically adjusts to daylight saving time. 

The Electrohome does all the heavy lifting, including waking you up!

Key Features

  • 3.6 inch white LCD with blue backlight & adjustable brightness
  • Project time or temperature onto wall/ceiling
  • 180 degrees swivel projection
  • Battery backup
  • 20 preset radio stations
  • Auto adjust to daylight saving time
  • 2 sirens: Radio or buzzer
  • Smart alarm clock
  • AC power cord


  • Brand: Magnasonic
  • Model: Electrohome EAAC601 Projection Alarm Clock
  • Size: 3.5 x 5.5 x 4.76 inches
  • Weight: 1.23 pounds


  • 1-year warranty
  • Available in 2 colors
  • Modern style
  • Good for sleepers who prefer clocks with wall projections
  • Best for couples
  • Ideal for people who enjoy listening to music at night
  • Affordable
  • Long-lasting battery backup


  • The alarm may not be loud enough for heavy sleepers
  • Set up may not be counter-intuitive

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