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September 24, 2008

Oregon Scientific Desktop Emergency Radio Weather Station - Stay Informed and Prepared

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Given the recent and ongoing hurricane season, and the amazing number of tornados this past year in the US, needing an emergency radio is like having running water. Just get one. We like the new weather radio from Oregon Scientific, as the WR606 can continuously monitor emergency broadcasts related to weather or civil incidents in your area. It also features SAME alert programming capabilities, and you can specify which counties you want to hear information for, and be alerted when severe weather or other alerts occur in up to 9 different local counties. You’ll also get temperature, humidity, weather forecast and barometric pressure data, each illuminated by a LED backlight with an included AC adapter.

Product Features

  • Monitors all US Hazards and Emergency Alert System (EAS) bulletins, warnings and watches
  • Receives all NOAA reports, which include advisories on severe weather conditions, civil emergencies, hazards, and evacuation details
  • SAME technology alerts users to emergencies in their area, and describes the type and duration of the event
  • Audible and visual alert signals notify you of all levels of messages (Advisories, Watches, Warnings)
  • 7 user-selectable channels or auto channel selection
  • Large dot-matrix LCD display with backlight
  • Displays indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity
  • Forecasts the weather 12 to 24 hours in advance
  • Measures barometric pressure with altitude adjustment
  • Ice Warning function: icon flashes when outdoor conditions near freezing temperatures
  • Features 12/24 hour time, day/month calendar and 2 daily alarms with snooze function

At Oregon Scientific

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