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November 17, 2008

Timex TX6000 Wireless Electronic Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer with Clock and Calendar

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This little setup from Timex of all companies is pretty smart. The wireless sensor also includes the temperature on it's LCD display. It transmits temperature data up to 80 feet. The alarm clock has a snooze alarm feature, and the Base Station requires 2 AAA batteries. Remote Sensor requires 2 AAA batteries.

At Timex TX6000 Wireless Electronic Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer with Clock and Calendar

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June 16, 2008

John Deere Wireless Remote Thermometer

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The John Deere Wireless Remote Thermometer displays the indoor/outdoor temperature, and features a calendar with crescendo alarm clock. This unique 3-line LCD display unit shows you the environmental conditions indoors and out by transmitting data back to the main unit using 433MHz radio frequency waves from up to 100 feet away.

Product Features:

  • Wireless reception of temperature data from a remote sensor
  • Calendar clock with day of the week in 5 languages
  • Crescendo Alarm
  • User-selectable 12/24 hour clock display format and C/F temperature switch
  • Maximum and minimum temperature memory for indoor & outdoor temperatures
  • Low battery indicator
  • Table Stand or Wall Mount

At Oregon Scientific and Oregon Scientific John Deere Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer with Remote Sensor

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May 30, 2008

Review: Honeywell WeatherTime In-Out-Thermometer and Alarm Clock

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You get a wireless sensor and the main unit.

We've been using the TE103NL Honeywell WeatherTime In-Out-Thermometer and Alarm Clock over the past week here at Weather Snob and really like this compact unit. It's easy to carry around the house where you want to see the temperature, and has a bunch of simple easy to use features.

The TE103NL features:

  • Quartz clock with digital readout
  • Dual weekday/weekend and pre alarm with snooze
  • Calendar clock with day of the week and seconds
  • 12 or 24 hour time format
  • Indoor and outdoor temperature
  • Programmable temperature alarm
  • Programmable ice alarm warning
  • Outdoor temperature range:
  • Min/Max memory for temperature
  • Remote sensor (TS03) included- Reception range of up to 100 feet (30 meters)
  • Enhanced digital display with push buttons
  • Table top or wall mount option

Set up was easy. We simply installed the battery in the sensor unit, and then the batteries in the main unit. Setting up the clock was also simple - just hold the mode button and you walk through all the options.

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Put the sensor unit somewhere in the shade. Direct
sun will give you false readings.

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Clock, date, and temperature. Perfect for any Weather Snob.

Overall - the unit has a very large display for its size, and we found ourselves able to read it across the room. The overall temperature readings and performance when put up against our Lacrosse Thermometer - both dead on.

This is a great product, and a perfect gift for Father's Day.

At HoneyWell

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May 27, 2008

Timex Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer - Temp and Humidity Made Easy

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It's that time again. Summer is almost upon us, and you need to know your indoor and outdoor weather situation. Humidity is a big factor in keeping mold from growing in that damp basement of yours, and knowing how hot and humid it is outside will give you the information you need to make sure and empty the humidifier. This compact electronic indoor/outdoor thermometer with hygrometer and built-in quartz clock, has an indoor temperature range of 32 to 122 degrees F and outdoor range of -4 to 158 degrees F. The Timex TX5170 reads relative humidity between 20 and 90 percent, and includes wired remote sensor with 10-foot cord for outdoor readings.

At Timex TX5170 Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer with Indoor Hygrometer and Clock

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May 15, 2008

Wireless Multi-Channel Thermometer - Know the Temp in Many Places

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Soon you're going to want to know the temperature in the shade and in full sunlight. Having a wireless thermometer with a set of wireless transmitters is the way to go, and you might even want a third wireless thermometer sensor for the greenhouse. The kit includes one remote sensor, which can be stationed up to 120 feet away and sends signals every 30 seconds. The main unit's LCD screen lets you assign a channel to each remote, and then scroll through the menu as necessary. You can also set temperature range limits, program alarms, and recall recent highs and lows at each location.

At Oregon Scientific Wireless Multi-Channel Thermometer

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March 18, 2008

La Crosse Technology Window Thermometer - 2 Pack

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From Woot:

Los Angeles: 2119. All the smart ones have left. They're on Mars or one of the colonies. The only people here are regular guys like me. And the La Crosse Technology See-Thru Outdoor Window Thermometers.

The thing about the La Crosse Technology See-Thru Outdoor Window Thermometer is that they made them too well. They read from -22°F to 122°F with a temperature accuracy of +/ 1.5°F. There's a weather resistant case too. Some people say that makes them better than regular guys. Maybe I even agree with that. But I'm the one with the gun.

At Woot

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January 25, 2008

Know the Temperature - Oregon Scientific Cable Free Thermometer

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It's that time of year again here in the Northeast - cold, cold, and more cold. You're going to need an outdoor thermometer at your home to make sure you know what to wear before you go out. We often find the temperature difference at our home, versus the forecast can be as much as 5 degrees. Oregon Scientific's Cable Free thermometer allows you read the temperature outdoors, indoors and in up to 3 remote locations at a time. The thermometer has a jumbo display for easy reading.

  • Monitor temperatures outside
  • Jumbo display shows indoor temperature
  • Read temperatures in up to 3 remote locations at the same time, at the touch of a button
  • Unique user-set alarm features allows selection of high/low temperature alarm limits 4 in x 7 1/2 in x 4 1/2 in

At Oregon Scientific EMR812A Cable Free Thermometer

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January 16, 2008

Solar Powered Thermometer - Lights Up in the Dark


Why would you want a solar-powered outdoor thermometer? So you can read the temperature in the dark. The solar thermometer stores enough solar power during the day to remain lit up for around 4-8 hours at dark. It has a temperature range of -20 F to +120 F and comes with an on-off switch that helps conserve the stored energy for delayed usage.

At Gardeners' Supply Store via Popgadget

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October 30, 2007

La Crosse Technology WS-8117U-IT Atomic Wall Clock with Indoor and Outdoor Temperature and Moon Phase

This La Crosse Technology WS-8117U-IT Atomic wall clock with indoor and outdoor temperature brings you an attractive and highly functional design. It monitors the indoor and outdoor temperatures and also includes the moon phases, a perpetual calendar, the Atomic time and date, and a time zone setting.

At La Crosse Technology WS-8117U-IT Atomic Wall Clock with Indoor and Outdoor Temperature and Moon Phase

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October 5, 2007

Floating Oil Filled Glass Orbs Tell Indoor Temperature

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I've always wanted one of these glass thermometers. Recently, I saw one in the home of a neighbor, and was immediately struck by how cool they are. Galileo Thermometers are magnificent creations that make Galileo's 400 year old principle of relative density a functional reality. An accurate indoor thermometer encased in brilliant glass, the Galileo is the point at which art meets science. Each of the liquid-filled floats weighs exactly.006 grams more than the one above it in the cylinder to ensure a stately and orderly procession of ups and downs as the temperature changes.

At Galileo 17" Liquid Thermometer

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