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September 29, 2008

Daylight Weather Projection Clock from Oregon Scientific


We've reviewed a competing weather projection clock from Honeywell and loved it, but we think this sleek black weather clock from Oregeon Scientific looks solid as well. The projection feature shines the current time, outdoor temperature and future weather forecast on your choice of surfaces. The integrated light sensor detects the current light levels, and automatically adjusts the projection beam to the perfect level of brightness – making it easy to see the projection at even the brightest time of day. Included wireless sensor gives you the precise outdoor temperature and calendar display in your choice of 5 languages keeps you on schedule.

Product Features

  • 180° rotating projection of weather forecast, time and outdoor temperature
  • Projection feature brightens as room light levels increase
  • Time auto-sets with Atomic time function
  • Weather forecast is shown in easy-to-read icons – sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy, rain,or snow
  • Indoor and 1-channel outdoor temperature display
  • Temperature shown in either F° or C°
  • Calendar with weekday displays in your choice of languages: E-English, S-Spanish, I-Italian, F-French, D-Dutch, R-Russian
  • Alarm with 8-minute snooze function
  • LCD with red LED backlight
  • CDS sensor for projection and LCD backlight brightness control
  • Includes one wireless outdoor temperature sensor (RTHN318)
  • AC adapter included for continuous projection
At Oregon Scientific

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