The Chaney Balmoral II Atomix Aged Copper 18 in. Wall Clock is perfect for any area where you don't want to choose between form and function. An aged-copper-finished metal gives this wall clock a stylish appearance, and the 18-inch diameter, with glass face, makes it easy to read even from a distance. Because this clock can be enjoyed indoors or outdoors, its uses are nearly endless. This Atomix-radio-controlled clock receives the nation's official, exact time down to the second through a radio signal from the U.S. Atomic clock in Ft. Collins, Colo. It also adjusts automatically for daylight saving time, as needed.
Caution: Do not hang in direct sunlight.
Because this clock has a thermometer, it should not be hung in direct sunlight.
Headquartered in bucolic Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, for 60 years strong Chaney Instruments has delivered technical innovation, excellent customer service, and corporate integrity with their line of precision temperature and time products. Chaney was one of the earliest manufacturers to bring the atomic clock technology to US consumers, knowing its users would appreciate the convenience of having their clocks automatically reset for Daylight Saving Time. And you never need to wonder if your clock is running fast or slow when it's synchronized daily with the U.S. Atomic clock.
Chaney instruments lets you keep tabs on the time and temperature indoors or outdoors and in digital or analog. Whether you prefer a look that is bold Americana, retro, or sleekly modern, choosing a Chaney product always ensures that your clocks are more accurate and your home is more beautiful.
Founded in 1943, Chaney Instrument Company is an internationally known name in quality clocks and thermometers with headquarters in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. From wall clocks and cooking thermometers to weather stations and rain gauges, Chaney satisfies the need for precise temperature and time measurements in every walk of life. Chaney's thermometer and clock designs incorporate innovative technologies and decorative trends. With patents that date back to 1958, the company continues to bring new time and temperature technologies to the market today and to expand the application of its products into new markets.