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Majestic RS87 Digital Projection Clock Radio - Thermometer

Majestic RS87 Digital Projection Clock Radio with Thermometer

Majestic combines straight forward thinking with Italian design flair to make products that are both practical and great to look at.

Their new RS87 clock radio has a built-in radio tuner, thermometer and an auxiliary input to be connected to external audio components. Thanks to the acquisition of 2 adjustable alarm times and the built in projector displays the time on a ceiling or wall too.

Product details


  • Integrated thermometer / temperature display
  • 3.5 mm auxiliary input jack for connecting external audio components - such as portable MP3 and CD players
  • 2 alarms with separate alarm times
  • Projector with adjustable focus


  • 1 x device


  • 10 x 15 x 10cm
  • Weight: approx 500g


  • AM / FM reception with a manual tuner
  • Large easy to read LCD display
  • Alarm clock via radio alarm tone
  • Night light function
  • Date display
  • Snooze
  • Sleep Timer
  • Built-in speakers
  • Rear integrated antenna
  • Switching between Celsius and Fahrenheit
  • Power supply: 230V, 50Hz

Operating instructions

What our customers think

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of toby reviewed on 01/06/2013

Has anyone who has designed a projector clock tried to use one? The problem is always being able to shine the projected clock on the wall or ceiling in the right place while still having the clock itself in a useful orientation. All clock designs seem to make an assumption that you might only ever want to shine it on the wall behind the clock or the ceiling directly above the clock etc. but never both.

That's why this design offered hope (note past tense) as it looks like the ball on the top should tilt AND turn. Sadly it only tilts from directly vertical to about halfway down to forward, and it does not twist. That means if you want to shine it on a wall behind the clock you have turn the whole clock to face the wall. It also means that if you have the clock on the bedside table facing into the bed, and project onto the ceiling the time on the ceiling will be on its side when viewed when looking up from the pillow.

The clock requires mains power to run and has an electric shaving plug, but comes with a euro/shaving to UK plug adaptor, which means it sticks out miles from the wall socket.

The blue daytime clock face is easy to read and looks good. However it is very bright and at night it lights up the bedroom more than I would like so I have to cover it when I go to bed.

There is a "nightlight" function which turns on a blue light which shines up around the ball on top of the clock. This seems to add very little ambient light to the room compared to the amount coming out of the display. I will never use this function

The brightness of the projector clock is good and I can see the time even after dawn as long as the curtains are drawn. You have an option to turn this on or off which may make the projector last longer (I find these get dimmer over time with previous clocks). As the clock requires main power the projector can be left on all the time. The clock has watch batteries installed to preserve time and settings while it is unplugged.

The other functions are all as expected. The speaker is small and is not going to win awards for sound quality but you wouldn't expect it to, would you? There is an audio in jack which looks like a headphones socket but would allow you to plug in your iPod etc if you had the appropriate cable. There are two alarms and each can be set to ring with radio or buzzer. You can choose to set alarms as weekday / weekend or all week.

The thermometer is on 20cm lead that you are supposed to dangle over the back edge of the night stand. There is also a long wire which acts as an antenna fro the radio.

One surprise function is a daylight saving button which allows you to advance the time by an hour by pressing one button and then return to standard time again with one press of a button. This is a nice feature, but oddly if you change the time while in daylight savings mode, the clock gets its math wrong and subtracts an hour from the time you set and reverts to standard time, which leaves the clock set two hours behind the correct time. oops.

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Majestic RS87 Digital Projection Clock Radio - Thermometer

  • Integrated thermometer / temperature display
  • 3.5 mm auxiliary input jack for connecting external audio components - such as portable MP3 and CD players
  • 2 alarms with separate alarm times
£32.90 Incl. VAT
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