April 12, 2011
This stylish digital Oregon Scientific Weather Forecast Watch tracks the weather by measuring barometric pressure trends, displaying 4 weather icons -- sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy and rainy.
This is a sleek, low-profile watch with a calendar, an alarm and a stopwatch function up to 60 hours. It has a backlight for easy viewing in low light conditions and is water-resistant up to 30 metres (98 feet).
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September 29, 2008
We've reviewed a competing weather projection clock from Honeywell and loved it, but we think this sleek black weather clock from Oregeon Scientific looks solid as well. The projection feature shines the current time, outdoor temperature and future weather forecast on your choice of surfaces. The integrated light sensor detects the current light levels, and automatically adjusts the projection beam to the perfect level of brightness – making it easy to see the projection at even the brightest time of day. Included wireless sensor gives you the precise outdoor temperature and calendar display in your choice of 5 languages keeps you on schedule.
- 180° rotating projection of weather forecast, time and outdoor temperature
- Projection feature brightens as room light levels increase
- Time auto-sets with Atomic time function
- Weather forecast is shown in easy-to-read icons – sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy, rain,or snow
- Indoor and 1-channel outdoor temperature display
- Temperature shown in either F° or C°
- Calendar with weekday displays in your choice of languages: E-English, S-Spanish, I-Italian, F-French, D-Dutch, R-Russian
- Alarm with 8-minute snooze function
- LCD with red LED backlight
- CDS sensor for projection and LCD backlight brightness control
- Includes one wireless outdoor temperature sensor (RTHN318)
- AC adapter included for continuous projection
At Oregon Scientific
July 30, 2008
This watch features an altimeter that has 23 hour history, and a barometer mode with a 23 hour history as well. The watch also comes with a compass built in, and forecast icons will give you the low-down on the weather at hand.
At XG-55 by La Crosse Technology - Tomorrow's Weather Today
April 29, 2008
With Microsoft killing the spot watch, it's good news to that Oregon Scientific is putting out a weather watch in it's place. The Meteo Watch will debut next month at about $80, and feature a non-wireless weather forecast from the built in barometer. The watch tracks the weather by measuring barometric pressure trends, and features a reverse LCD display and stopwatch function. Four easy-to-read icons (sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy, and rainy) display the upcoming weather conditions in the next 12 to 24 hours.
- Weather forecast using 4 weather icons: sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy and rainy
- Stopwatch function up to 60 hours
- Digital Clock, calendar and alarm functions Backlight function for easy viewing in low light conditions
- Water resistant up to 30 metres (98 feet) One CR2032 3V battery (included)
Via Engadget At Oregon Scientific
April 28, 2008
Microsoft is quietly pulling the plug on their SPOT weather watch and MSDN project. What are you losing? The SPOT Watch aimed at providing real-time weather and schedule updates to the wrists of the weather obsessed everywhere. The technology will no longer be built into any new watches, and the most recent examples have sold out across the web.
Bummer. We really liked this service and we think it was perfect for watches. Hopefully someone else will build this into a watch or provide a similar service in the future.
August 14, 2007
As we've said in the past - it's hurricane season and they've just spotted two big ones - Flossie and Dean. Good luck to all involved - we'll be watching.
Hurricane Flossie inched closer to Hawaii on Tuesday, bringing with it 110 mph winds, pounding surf, potential floods and prompting state officials to declare a state of emergency for the Big Island.
On the opposite side of North America, Tropical Storm Dean formed in the eastern Atlantic Ocean and is expected to become the first Atlantic hurricane of the season as it swirls toward the Lesser Antilles and Puerto Rico. Dean is expected to reach hurricane status later this week.
Meanwhile, Hurricane Flossie was moving at 13 mph west-northwest through the Pacific Ocean at about 5 a.m. (11 a.m. ET) Tuesday, according to the Central Pacific Hurricane Center in Honolulu.
At Flossie bears down on Hawaii as Dean forms in Atlantic
May 10, 2007
Need to get the weather on that all important camping trip with the family? Look no further than the The Digital Compass Watch with Altimeter. It provides the essential information while you hike, camp, bike and perform other outside activities: especially for extended periods of time. The Digital Compass Watch with Altimeter features electronic sensors which monitor the outdoor conditions (e.g. weather forecast, temperature, barometer, altitude, and compass directions) The Digital Compass Watch with Altimeter also includes regular time, dual time, daily alarm, chronograph, and a timer in a sleek water resistant case.
At Digital Compass Watch With Altimeter