John Deere Wireless Long-Range Weather Forecaster with Self-Setting Atomic Clock and Free Hat
Stationed on the kitchen windowsill or packed along in a pocket, Oregon Scientific's John Deer weather station helps keep farms running smoothly, and urban households, too. This wireless long-range weather forecaster receives temperature and humidity data from up to three remote sensors (one included) and is equipped with a self-setting atomic clock that keeps perfect time on its own. The clock automatically sets itself to the U.S. Atomic Clock and displays 12- and 24-hour weather forecasts with kinetic movement icons depicting sunny, rainy, cloudy, etc. Sensors can be stationed up to 300 feet away and setup without the wire hassle. Place one in the barn, one in the greenhouse, and another in the field to monitor humidity and temperatures there. Barometric pressure trends are displayed as "rising, steady or falling," so you'll know where the weather is heading before that hike or day in the garden. The clock is equipped with a crescendo daily alarm with 8-minute snooze. The purchase includes a trusty John Deere Hat.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at March 17, 2008 5:29 AM