Insignia™ - Digital AM/FM Dual-Alarm Clock - Black

Easily wake up to your favorite radio station with this Insignia™ NS-CLOPP2 alarm clock that features a digital AM/FM tuner and 10 preset stations for simple customization. The large LED display provides a high level of visibility.
$19.99

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    Overview

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    81% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1579 out of 1950)

    Features


    Digital AM/FM tuner

    With 10 presets for listening to your favorite stations.

    Dual-alarm capability

    Allows 2 alarm configurations to be set for different times.

    Radio or buzzer wake-up

    Provides your desired type of wake-up call.

    Large LED display

    Lets you easily view the time.

    Battery backup

    Helps keep the correct time in the event of a power failure.


    Customer rating

    4.0
    81%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Almost Perfect

      Posted
      PeteTheGolfer
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I've gone through three or four clock radios and finally found one that's well designed. The display is visible in bright light, but it can be dimmed a bit if desired. The buttons are gray with black letters, making them easy to read. They're at the top, so the radio doesn't move when you push them. It has ten presets, which is more than I need. There is only one button to move to the next preset, so the only choice is to go up from 1 through 10, then back to 1. You can't go backwards, so if you don't use all your presets, you have to skip the unused ones to go back to a lower one. What I did was to repeat the presets to fill in the unused slots, but that shouldn't be necessary. One other minor annoyance is that I had to stretch out the antenna wire to get good reception. Other radios I've had didn't need that. Other than that, it's perfect.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      I would rate this product ZERO if I could.

      Posted
      insigniasux

      OK, using Best Buy's website looked up this product. Rated FOUR stars. Nothing mentions blowing up, dying in several months, etc (unlike other clocks I had been reviewing the same day). I purchased this product. COMPLETE JUNK. Bad review said setting the clock was hard. Instructions were bad.. People need to RTFM. Programming instructions are FINE. Physical condition of product is COMPLETELY JUNK. Product feels flimsy to the touch. Buttons are VERY hard to use. You must press them HARD to get them to work. They feel like they are going to collapse into the case!. Separate antenna wire. NO Slit to run power cord away from the radio (read, radio sits on it). Sound coming from the radio sounds like garbage. (AUDIO, not reception). Reception seems good. People say radio is hard to program, I agree (PHYSICALLY, not instructional wise). This product is COMPLETE JUNK!. I haven't owned this radio 12 hours and I'm returning it in the morning. I'm disappointed with Best Buy on this one. I know Insignia is a cheap brand but even for Best Buy, this thing is COMPLETE JUNK.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Nice radio alarm clock.

      Posted
      Dale
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      This clock is inexpensive yet has some nice features. It has radio station presets. Separate forward and back buttons when setting the time or an alarm. When using the radio as an alarm, the sound level starts low and gradually gets louder, so there is no sudden jolting alarm. I haven't tried the buzzer alarm but I suspect it works the same way. One slight negative is that there are only two brightness levels for the display (which is green) and the dimmest of the two is brighter than I would like in a dark bedroom environment. For listening to music on the radio, the quality of the sound is only fair, which is what I would expect given the price and the speaker size. It is fine for voices such as the news or weather report. Overall I am pleased with this product.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Didn't Work For Me

      Posted
      TheWot

      It felt cheap right out of the box. The plug wouldn't stay put to make contact in my wall outlet. It was kind of complicated to set up - took a while just to figure out how to set the time and no, of course I didn't read the instructions. But honestly it should be intuitive enough that I can figure out how to set the time five years from now when the instruction manual is long gone. But the deal-breaker was the poor reception. I gave up my Sony cube because I could no longer read the numbers wirhout my glasses. I didn't want to spring for their pricey projection model. I figured there couldn't be that much difference between two $20 clock radios. I was wrong. Stations The Sony pulled in easily were nothing but static on this radio even with the wire "antenna" fully extended The numbers on this clock are green, big, and bright (but can also be dimmed) so I could see them easily. That was the only plus for me. But what good is a clock radio if I can't wake up to a radio station I actually want to listen to? It's going back, and it looks like I'll be springing for that expensive Sony after all.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Digital Table AM/FM Clock Radio

      Posted
      Floydster

      This is the THIRD radio similar to this one I have returned! I had a VERY simple and EASY to understand GE AM/FM Clock radio for 20 years and the FM antenna was going bad. Decided to get a new radio. What a surprise, NOTHING was simple, NOR easy to set up OR understand! Those of us who remember BLACK rotary dial telephones maybe can relate! The instruction manual was no help at all UNLESS you have eyes that were the strength of a MAGNIFYING glass! After an hour of INCREDIBLE frustration and getting more angry by the second, I boxed it up and returned it! Are there ANY AM/FM table radios out there that are EASY to set up and play, OUT OF THE BOX? Apparently not….and I have looked and looked! So for now I will put up with my EASY to use 20 year old GE < BIG SIGH >

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Works Well

      Posted
      dale
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      This alarm clock works very well. One nice feature I didn't expect (didn't see it in the description) is that when the radio alarm goes off, it starts at a low volume and gradually increases to the full level (which you can set) over about 20 seconds or so. (I haven't tried the buzzer alarm but I imagine it works the same way.) It's nice not be be abruptly awakened by a loud radio suddenly coming on. The only thing I would like to be different is that it only has two brightness levels for the display. The lowest level is still a little brighter than I would like in a dark bedroom. A third, lower, level would be good. My previous Insignia radio alarm clock had three levels and the lowest level was quite dim, which was just about right. When used as a radio, the audio quality is decent, but not great. But I wouldn't expect great, given its size and price.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      ok but problems

      Posted
      Nelee
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Overall, I like the radio. The numbers are big and bright. I really like that. I encountered a problem. The antenna wire was knotted up in a tight little bundle that I could in no way unwrap after trying for close to a half hour. I finally got frustrated and just cut the antenna off so I could work on it without the radio hanging on in the way. I finally got it unwrapped, tied it back to the short antenna piece I had left on the radio and that was enough to kind of get it working. The wire is very thin and not compatible with big fingers or poor vision to unwrap it. If I bought it again, I'd have someone at Best Buy unwind the antenna and if they couldn't do it either, I'd return it immediately.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Pretty good for the price

      Posted
      Sologirl
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Pros- Nice that it has multiple stations you can pre-program. Face is large and highly visible. Decent sound quality for a clock radio. Cons- it's tall and angled so you can't see the flat buttons on top from a laying-down position, and if you accidentally hit one other than the snooze (including the volume), it shuts the snooze function off. I ended up gluing a half inch piece of rubber foam to the long snooze button to help with that. Also, it's a little hard to re-set the time without the instructions, should you need to. Other than that I think it was a pretty good purchase for under $20.

      I would recommend this to a friend




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