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June 10, 2011

Oregon Scientific BAR1000 Crystal Weather Station


This diamond-shaped Oregon Scientific Crystal Weather Station makes a unique weather forecaster/work of art combo for your home or office. It is designed to stand upright on a tabletop. The Station integrates Swarovski crystal elements into familiar weather symbols for forecast display, illuminating the appropriate crystal symbol in colored light to predict the weather.

The red sun signifies sunny, blue clouds represent cloudy skies, and green raindrops predict rain. On its left side, the weather station toggles between the atomic time and indoor and outdoor temperatures--a THN132 remote sensor is included. Wave a hand over the top of the weather station to manually toggle between the time and temperature information.

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