June 27, 2007
Some say you need a crystal ball to predict the weather, but we'd rather have a Crystal Weather Station. The upcoming Oregon Scientific Crystal Weather Station has laser engraved 3D icons in crystal with colour highlighting and a radio controlled digital clock. You can also change the mode of the Crystal Weather Station by waving your hand. The mode will then change from time to indoor temperature.
Via The Red Ferret Journal at Oregon Scientific Crystal Weather Station
June 7, 2007
The Vermont Weather Station monitors both temperature and humidity. Finished in antiqued copper, it uses a 4.25 inch diameter thermometer dial with a 1 inch hygrometer dial with an outdoor swivel arm bracket for mounting at just the right angle. These classic weather instruments combine practical simplicity with timeless design.
The solid copper housing will endure well outdoors because it is naturally resistant to corrosion. Left unattended, it will attain a rich, dark patina and take on a very aged classic looking weather station feel.
At Conant Custom Brass Model TH-6c Vermont Copper Weather Station
May 30, 2007
The Oregon Scientific WMR100BOXTIT Professional Wireless Weather Station features an easy setup and also a rotary dial for easy information access. The WMR100 monitors six different weather measurements and includes an atomic clock for precise time. An all-in-one sensor pole offers easy set-up, and you can even expand the sensors for additional weather monitoring. Software is also available for your PC and can be used with a USB connection.
- Rotary dial controls for easy console navigation
- Includes five sensors for comprehensive weather information (UV sensor available for purchase separately)
- Forecast the weather 12 to 24 hours in advance using graphical icons
- Displays temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, wind, rainfall, dew point, windchill, and heat index data
- Bar graph shows 24-hour history of barometric, UV Index, and rainfall data
- Automatically sets itself to the U.S. Atomic Clock and adjusts for Daylight Saving Time; includes alarm
- Wind sensor provides information on wind speed, gust, and direction
- PC software available for use with USB connection
- Moon phase icon helps gauge moonlight and tides for outdoor activities
- Displays three levels of temperature and humidity trends: Rising, Steady, or Falling
- Wireless sensors transmit data from up to 300 feet from main unit
- Minimum/maximum temperature and humidity memory with time/date stamp
- HiGlo™ electroluminescent backlight
- Customizable weather alarms
- Altitude adjustment for barometric pressure
- Minimum System Requirements: Windows 32-bit operating system
At Oregon Scientific WMR100BOXTIT Professional Wireless Weather Station
May 24, 2007
We're partial to old school meets new school design and the Honeywell TC681ELW Wireless Weather Station w/Analog Quartz Clock has it. We love the blue display and analog clock, as it really does combine old and new information the way we like it. We also like the fact it has comfort level indicators along with the min/max temperature for the day. Also - the ability to have 3 temperature sensors will eliminate having just one temperature so you can get an average around your house instead of a misreading with the temperature gauge in the direct Sun.
- Quartz clock with classic analog readout.
- Crescendo alarm with snooze.
- Indoor and outdoor temperature. 12 to 24 weather forecast (with icons).
- Programmable temperature alarm.
- Outdoor temperature range: lithium batteries: -38°F to 158°F (-38.8°C to 70°C) or alkaline batteries: -4°F to 158°F (-20°C to 70°C).
- Indoor and outdoor humidity. Humidity range 25% to 90%.
- Comfort level indicators.
- Remote channels auto scan.
- Min/Max memory for temperature & humidity.
- Monitors temperature and humidity from up to 3 remote locations.
- Remote sensor (TS33C) included.
- Reception range of up to 200 feet (60 meters).
- Enhanced blue backlight for digital display.
- LED backlight for analog display.
- Uses 4 AA batteries (not included).
At Honeywell TC681ELW Wireless Weather Station w/Analog Quartz Clock
May 22, 2007
We're rather excited about the Honeywell TN924W Complete Wireless Home Weather Station. It's got just about everything you want in a home wireless weather station - time, weather, sensors, wind, rain gauge, and other great features. It's even got a rather amazing programmable ice alarm to tell you when things aren't going so well. Oh and did we mention a moon phase feature? We'll have a full run down after our review unit arrives with first impressions.
Continue reading: "Honeywell TN924W Complete Wireless Home Weather Station"
May 18, 2007
This handy desktop weather station monitors indoor and outdoor temperature, outdoor temperature trends, and features minimum and maximum temperature memory functions. It displays in your choice of Fahrenheit or Celsius. The clock receives official broadcasts of Atomic Time updates via radio and sets itself accordingly for optimal precision. The clock is equipped with an alarm, snooze button, and backlight feature. The weather station also features indoor and outdoor humidity displays, weather forecasting, and a calendar with moon phase monitoring. The unit includes one remote sensor and can receive data from up to 3 remote sensors (purchased separately).
- Product Description
- Main Unit: W 51/4 x H 31/2 x D 1
- Sensor: W 21/2 x H 31/2 x D 1
- Indoor/outdoor temperature display
- Radio-controlled atomic clock with alarm
- Dual snooze
- Trend bar indicators
- Indoor/outdoor humidity display
- Weather forecaster
- Min/max memory
At Chaney Instrument Wireless Weather Station w/ Remote
May 16, 2007
Call us "blue backlit freaks, but we love the blue backlight in just about any weather device. This personal weather station from Honeywell displays indoor and outdoor temperature and the internal memory stores minimum and maximum temperatures for both indoor and outdoor locations. The clock automatically sets to U.S. atomic clock and has dual crescendo alarm with snooze and it does include a remote sensor with transmission range of up to 100’
At Honeywell Wireless Personal Weather Station - TE219ELW
May 14, 2007
This Oregon Scientific weather station features a modular design that lets you put different displays in different locations around the home or office. So, if you want the uber weather dashboard on your desk with everything - you can have it, or you can break the weather modules apart and spread your weather information throughout the house where you want it. There are four compact monitoring instruments that can be used separately or bracketed together.
- The Barometer is equipped with a forecast feature that shows what the weather will be like for the next 12 to 24 hours. Oregon Scientific's Exact-Set Clock with alarm monitors electronic time signals transmitted by the U.S. Atomic Clock, and sets itself automatically.
- The Rain Gauge accurately measures rainfall and then empties on its own so there's no running out to the yard between storms.
- The indoor module displays daily rainfall and records nine days worth of rainfall data.
- The Thermo-Hygrometer measures outdoor temperature and relative humidity. All this with an elegant Scandinavian design, too!
At Oregon Scientific BHT668A Cable-Free Modular Weather Station
May 12, 2007
Okay so that's a mouthful to say, "La Crosse Technology WS-7049U Mahogany Wireless Weather Station with Remote Temperature Sensor", but it's a really great deal at $17.99 today on Woot! Normally priced at $59.99 you'll save $40 bucks and some change. We ordered one and will have a full review soon.
Let’s take a moment to remember “weather girls”, a now-extinct species of TV weatherperson. (No, we’re not talking about the band who did “It’s Raining Men.”) The idea behind this chauvinistic bit of typecasting was that since weather was the most boring segment of a newscast, you had to spice it up with a fabulous mini-skirted weatherbabe. Otherwise, you risked losing the attention of the Y-chromosomed portion of your viewing audience. Ultimately, what one might call the Willard Scott Doctrine firmly established that people want a mildly humorous, non-threatening, mild-mannered type calling out the highs and lows – and they’d better not be too good-looking. Take a look at the action news team near you: chances are the weatherperson is the homeliest of the bunch, especially if it happens to be a dude. It’s no coincidence that David Letterman got his start as a weatherguy.
At Woot : One Day, One Deal and Amazon.com if you miss the deal.
April 17, 2007
An elegant piece for your home or office. This weather station has the 3 traditional brass instruments on a finished mahogany plaque. A quartz clock for accurate timekeeping, a barometer to track changing air pressure, and an accurate thermometer and hygrometer to monitor temperature and humidity. All instruments have a 2.5'' dial with highly polished brass cases. Includes an ''AA'' alkaline battery for the clock plus lifetime warranty for the entire weather station.
At Weems & Plath - NEW! Weather Station