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August 29, 2012

Netatmo Urban Weather Station with iPhone Integration

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Gizmodo only gave the Netatmo Urban Weather Station 2.5 out of 5 stars, but they're not weather obsessed. Billed as a personal weather station that beams environmental data up to the cloud then down to a colorful smartphone app sounds like a dream come true. At $180 sure it's a little pricey, but the fun of weather is measuring your own and on your own time.

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For the $180 you get a large indoor AC-powered cylinder which measures indoor noise level, CO2, humidity, and temperature. A small outdoor unit, powered by four AAA batteries, measures temperature and humidity. You read the data with an app on your phone. We like the outdoor noise level monitoring to give you an idea of the environment the station is in.

We'll let you know if we can get our hands on one for a review.

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Check Out This Week's Wind & Weather Deal of the Week

December 7, 2011

Digital Photo Frame Weather Station

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This Digital Photo Frame and Weather Station Combo is a multi-function weather station that shows off your digital photos in a static or slideshow display on a 7" thin-film transistor color LCD screen. It displays temperature, humidity, barometric pressure and historical weather information.

The unit includes a radio-controlled digital and analog clock with alarm, calendar, sunrise and sunset times, and moon phase. You can add up to four 900 mhz wireless remote weather sensors for monitoring your basement, garage, wine cellar and more.

At Amazon and Wind and Weathericon where you can receive $2.99 flat rate shipping on orders of $75 or more. Use code LNK299WW through December 31, 2011.

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December 5, 2011

Holiday Gift Pick -- La Crosse Technology WS-2811OAK-IT Professional Weather Center with Solar Wind Sensor

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If you are looking for a weather center for your in-house meteorologist this holiday season, look no further than this all-wireless La Crosse Technology Professional Weather Center with Solar Wind Sensor.

This professional weather center uses a USB transceiver to transfer weather data to your PC. A wireless solar wind sensor updates every 30 seconds to the display.

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Among the features are relative air pressure with a 12 or 72 historical graph, total rainfall of the last 12 and 24 hours, wind speed, direction, gust and chill, indoor/outdoor temperature and humidity, and dew point. Several weather alert alarms warn of storms or other problematic weather conditions. Read more.

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November 9, 2011

Holiday Gift Pick -- Collegiate Weather Station

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Show your school spirit while keeping tabs on the weather. This Collegiate Weather Stationicon is a great gift idea for students and alumni. It displays indoor temp and humidity, shows forecast icons and includes a clock with an alarm function and calendar. Available styles:

  • University of Alabama
  • Auburn University
  • Clemson University
  • University of Florida
  • University of Georgia
  • University of Kentucky
  • University of South Carolina
  • University of Tennessee
  • University of Texas
  • Virginia Tech University

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October 5, 2011

Animated Color Forecast Station by La Crosse

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Check out the weather in living color with this Color Forecast Station by La Crosse. The station features animated color graphs with an indoors/outdoors thermometer and humidity percentage, plus minimum/maximum records. It also indicates the heat index and dew point, with accurate atomic time and date and a perpetual calendar.


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September 27, 2011

Learning Resources Calendar and Weather Pocket Chart

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Introduce your little one to the weather. This heavy-duty, vinyl Calendar and Weather Pocket Chart includes 136 pre-printed, double-sided cards to post calendar info--dates, days of the week, months, years, yesterday, today, and tomorrow--alongside weather conditions, seasons, and holidays.

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June 6, 2011

Ship's Hull Tendency Barometer

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You can forecast weather just like 17th Century mariners did with this wall mounted Ship's Hull Tendency Barometer. Glass tubes are positioned above a model sailing ship's wooden hull. We understand that barometers measure atmospheric pressure, but what exactly is a tendency barometericon?

The tendency barometer was patented on December 23, 1818 by Alexander Adie, a Scottish optician, calling it a Sympiesometer. Sir James Clark Ross used it on his expeditions. The tendency barometer consists of two liquid filled tubes mounted parallel to each other. The barometer tube is in a U-shape, which is open-ended and filled with a red fluid, and a closed thermometer tube is filled with a blue fluid. You can predict the weather with glance across the room:

  • When the fluid levels are equal, the weather is changing.
  • When the red fluid level is below the blue fluid level, the weather is fair since high pressure pushes the red fluid down in the tube.
  • When the red fluid level is above the blue, stormy weather is predicted as low pressure allows the red fluid to rise in the tube.

The Ship's Hull Tendency Barometer would make a tremendous Father's Day gift. It comes fully assembled on a frosted-glass frame and sturdy hanging hardware is included.

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November 10, 2008

Oregon Scientific WR606 NOAA Desktop Weather Station

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This is a really cool weather station and emergency alert radio from Oregon Scientific. We love the fact it combines the two features into one smart unit, and has a bright easy to read display.

  • 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).
  • Large dot-matrix LCD display with backlight displays weather forecast 12 to 24 hour in advance, barometric pressure and ice warnings.
At Oregon Scientific WR606 NOAA Desktop Weather Station
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November 7, 2008

La Crosse Technology WS-2317 Professional Weather Station

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We haven't featured this weather station from La Crosse before, and for $99 it looks pretty solid. We like the WWVB radio integration, and the three remote sensors are wireless.

  • Displays extensive weather data, in all cases with programmable alarm functions for certain weather conditions as well as records of all minimum and maximum values along with time and date of their recordings
  • Monitors all types of weather conditions, including indoor temperature/humidity, remote temperature/humidity, rainfall, wind speed and direction, wind chill, dew point, and barometric pressure
  • Receives and displays the WWVB radio controlled time and date
  • 0ptional PC interface included
  • Three remote sensors are wired together and use two AA batteries total, with wireless transmission back to display unit

At La Crosse Technology WS-2317 Professional Weather Station: Home & Garden

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October 29, 2008

Chaney Instrument Oak Finished Weather Station - Classy Weather

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We love the classic weather station, and think this one will look right at home in your living room or den. Finished with a warm oak stain, this wooden weather station features a thermometer, barometer and hygrometer. The unit hangs vertically or horizontally to dress up any wall. The luxurious, handcrafted Tahoe Oak finish emphasizes brass bezels for a striking affect. A handsome black band sets off the brass bezels while graceful, black hands stand out against an off-white dial face. Arabic numerals are easy to read from across the room. Temperature is displayed in Fahrenheit and Celsius. Backed by a five-year, manufacturer warranty, this 14-inch-tall station is precision-engineered for accurate weather data.

At Chaney Instrument Oak Finished Weather Station

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October 24, 2008

Blue Line Metal Weather Station from Oregon Scientific

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We really like just about anything with a hint of blue in an electronic device, and the Oregon Scientific BAR908HGA Blue Line Weather Forecaster not only fits the bill - but is stunning. You’ll have all the information you need to plan your day – displayed in cool blue LCD numerals against a white LED backlight. Atomic time never needs adjusting. Included remote wireless sensor contains the RF chip to better receive the Atomic time signal. Indoor/ outdoor temperature and humidity keep you in the know, while an iconic weather forecast indicates future weather conditions.

Product Features

  • Time auto-sets with Atomic time function
  • 12 or 24-hour time display with calendar and alarm
  • Weather forecast is shown in easy-to-read icons – sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy, rainy, or snowy
  • Indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity display
  • Bar chart display of 24-hour barometric pressure trends
  • Includes one wireless outdoor temperature sensor (RTGN318)
  • Additional sensors available, including UV sensor (UVR138)

At Oregon Scientific and Oregon Scientific BAR908HGA Blue Line Weather Forecaster

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October 13, 2008

Semi-Pro Weather Station from Honeywell

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If you want to get into the weather station game, why not go semi-pro? This weather station automatically sets to the US Atomic Clock, and features a Duel crescendo alarm. Other features include:

  • 12 to 24 hour weather forecast 24 hour barometric pressure history chart
  • indoor/outdoor temperature & humidity
  • manual altitude adjustment
  • monitors temperature & humidity in up to 3 remote locations
  • anemometer that measures wind speed and direction
  • rain gauge that measures rainfall amount
  • thermo-hygrometer that measures temperature and humidity
  • operating range is up to 100 feet
  • LED back light and automatic backlight control

At Semi-Pro Weather Station

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October 6, 2008

Wireless Floating Temperature Sensor for Professional Weather Stations

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Looking to know what temperature the pool is in your yard? How about the pond over the hill? This addition for the WMR series of Weather Stations from Oregon Scientfic will tell you the temperature in the pool, hot tub, boat, lake or anywhere you want to know the temperature of the water.

Product Features:

  • Waterproof floating sensor displays and transmits water temperature to compatible Professional Weather Stations
  • Three channel selectable
  • 3.0 Protocol
  • Works with WMR80, WMR90, WMR100, WMR200
  • Requires two AA batteries
  • Dimensions: 4L x 4D x 7H (in.)

At Oregon Scientific

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September 26, 2008

Ultra-Thin Weather Station from Oregon Scientific

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Thin is In! We love the look of the Ultra-Thin Weather Station from Oregon Scientific. Ideal for use on a desk, on a wall, or next to a bed, you’ll have all the information you need to plan your day. Atomic time is always precise and never needs adjusting for Daylight Saving time. Indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity keep you in the know, while an iconic weather forecast indicates future weather conditions. Alarm with snooze and calendar display round out the many features of this indispensable clock. Included remote wireless sensor contains the RF chip to better receive the Atomic time signal.

Product Features

  • Time auto-sets with Atomic time function
  • 12 or 24-hour time display
  • Weather forecast is shown in easy-to-read icons – sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy, rainy, or snowy
  • Indoor and 1-channel outdoor temperature and humidity display
  • Temperature shown in either F° or C°
  • Alarm with 8-minute snooze function
  • Includes one wireless outdoor temperature sensor (RTGN318)

At Oregon Scientific

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