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Vintage 80s GE Digital Alarm Clock AM/FM Radio Model 7-4624A Woo

Vintage 80s GE Digital Alarm Clock AM/FM Radio Model 7-4624A Woo


save up 60% off ???? RARE - Vintage GE General Electric Alarm Clock Radio Solid State Model C-435A prices clearance

An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab

Seller Notes:“This listing is for a RARE - Vintage GE General Electric Am Alarm Clock Radio Model C-435A - WORKS!!! This clock must be pretty rare due to the fact that the only one I can find online is a white model of this and I still can not find one with the black front! This radio clock does work with everything functioning as it should. I have photographed it to show how nice of condition it is in! If you are a collector of vintage clock radios and want something unique for your collection, this clock is for you!
” Brand: GE

Features: Time Clock
Custom Bundle: No
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
Color: Black
Modified Item: No
Featured Refinements: Vintage AM Radio
Product Line: Solid State
Material: Hard Plastic
UPC: Does not apply
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Anyone else here use/own a vintage digital clock radio?

Postby xevious » Apr Sat 16, 2011 7:36 pm

Back in the early 1980's, I bought a GE digital clock radio with VFD (vacuum florescent display, looks like LED). I chose it for a couple of reasons, mainly because GE was known for making quality products and because it had dual voltage, battery backup, and 12/24 display options. Well, the thing turned out to be built like a tank. I carted it with me all over the USA and to Europe. It still works great. I had to clean the volume and button controls with deoxit to clear out some scratchiness, but after that it was fine.

The time setting controls go forward only. I was finding it a bit of a pain, so I figured after more than 25 years of service, it was finally time for something new. Last year I went looking at various electronics stores. I tell you, I was appalled by the junk they had on the shelves. Sure, they looked cool on the outside, but I was surprised to find functionality quite lacking. Everybody seems so focused on having an iPod dock. Hey, I just want to wake up reliably with reasonable sound. If I want to wake up to a particular song, I can simply use my cell phone for that (any MP3 can be assigned for an alarm sound).

Anyway, I remembered that my alarm clock was not the top of the line. So I started looking into used alarm clock radios from the 1980's for sale. Sure enough, there's tons of them out there. GE, Sony, and Panasonic seem to lead the way. So many of their products are still going strong.

I was particularly amazed to find that GE made some clock radios with digital tuners! The 7-4880 and 7-4885 are two of them. You can pre-program a station for several button short cuts. And ones for position 1 and 2 are reserved for alarms 1 and 2, so you can wake up to different stations. The display auto-dims depending upon the room brightness. And when entering the time, it's direct entry via a keypad. You can even preset how long you want snooze to last (as opposed to the common 9 minutes found on most clocks). Some models even have a gradual wake feature, whereby the radio volume starts out low and gradually gets louder, so you're not awakened with a jolt.

I find it rather amazing that such innovations have been lost in the new crop of clock radio models. Is the convenience of cell phone alarms the main reason, I wonder? Personally, I use my cell phone for waking up as a backup. My clock radio(s) serve as the main wake-up device.

Anyone else here use older digital clock radios instead of the newer ones?

Last edited by xevious on Apr Thu 21, 2011 2:33 am, edited 2 times in total.

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