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May 30, 2008

Review: Honeywell WeatherTime In-Out-Thermometer and Alarm Clock

You get a wireless sensor and the main unit.

We've been using the TE103NL Honeywell WeatherTime In-Out-Thermometer and Alarm Clock over the past week here at Weather Snob and really like this compact unit. It's easy to carry around the house where you want to see the temperature, and has a bunch of simple easy to use features.

The TE103NL features:

  • Quartz clock with digital readout
  • Dual weekday/weekend and pre alarm with snooze
  • Calendar clock with day of the week and seconds
  • 12 or 24 hour time format
  • Indoor and outdoor temperature
  • Programmable temperature alarm
  • Programmable ice alarm warning
  • Outdoor temperature range:
  • Min/Max memory for temperature
  • Remote sensor (TS03) included- Reception range of up to 100 feet (30 meters)
  • Enhanced digital display with push buttons
  • Table top or wall mount option

Set up was easy. We simply installed the battery in the sensor unit, and then the batteries in the main unit. Setting up the clock was also simple - just hold the mode button and you walk through all the options.

Put the sensor unit somewhere in the shade. Direct
sun will give you false readings.

Clock, date, and temperature. Perfect for any Weather Snob.

Overall - the unit has a very large display for its size, and we found ourselves able to read it across the room. The overall temperature readings and performance when put up against our Lacrosse Thermometer - both dead on.

This is a great product, and a perfect gift for Father's Day.

At HoneyWell

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