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Oregon Scientific RMR203HGA Indoor/Outdoor Temperature & Humidity Station with Atomic Clock

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  • Displays indoor temperature, time, indoor humidity and the same outdoor data from up to 3 remote sensors (none included)
  • Indoor temperature and humidity and time displayed in large easy-to-read digits
  • Green LED light blinks when outdoor temperatures hit sub-freezing levels
  • Daily Hi/Lo memory for indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity; atomic clock/Calendar
  • Measures 2.9 by 5.2 by 1.8 inches; weighs just 11.2 ounces
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Oregon Scientific RMR203HGA Indoor/Outdoor Temperature & Humidity Station with Atomic Clock + Oregon Scientific THGR122NX Wireless Temperature and Humidity Sensor + Energizer L92BP-Energizer Ultimate Lithium AAA Battery (4-Pack)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.9 x 5.2 x 1.8 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002JM0DEA
  • Item model number: RMR203HGA
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #442,774 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Product Description

The unique desktop thermometer & atomic clock will make a great addition to any home or office! This weather station displays humidity, temperature, and precise time. Its sleek design is a perfect fit for any desk or work area. Three channels allow for monitoring the temperature and humidity in up to three remote locations.

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Customer Reviews

Indoor/outdoor temperature and humidity.
jcminaz
Like the back light feature but numbers too small to read across room.
crame
I will not purchase another product made by this company.
CHRIS

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By S. Wrisley on August 22, 2009
Although the packaging shows both indoor and outdoor humidity being displayed on this unit, it does NOT show outdoor humidity unless you purchase a separate receiver unit which costs more than the Weather 300 did! This effectively doubles the price. Other than that it seems to be a good unit, but since I purchased it specifically because I wanted both indoor/outdoor humidity, it was a huge disappointment. The packaging is deceptive since it shows both indoor and outdoor humidity. You have to read the back carefully to find out about the need for an additional receiver.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By cknudson on July 31, 2013
I bought the "temperature and humidity station" which cost about $10 more than the "temperature station". I got it home and installed the batteries and put the sensor outside. The station started reading the temperature but not the humidity. So I got out the little users manual that was included and read "Wireless sensor included does not include humidity. To receive outdoor humidity you need a wireless sensor with the humidity function." WHAT??? WHY would you put a sensor that does not include humidity in my temperature AND humidity station? Am I supposed to go back to the store and buy another sensor with humidity function? And do what with the sensor included? Throw it away? After looking online, apparently the sensor I need will cost me about $30 more. Seriously? I'm going back to the store alright, but it's to return this lousy product. The least they could do is state on the packaging (not in the users manual that is inside the packaging) that you have to buy this additional sensor. I feel cheated.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Gonzo on March 20, 2012
I just received this item and I am already disappointed about how difficult to
read the display is. The product picture is clearly photoshopped and does NOT
reflect the actual product. I have an older Oregon Scientific weather Station
which is much easier to read. This is a major design flaw as far as I'm concerned.
I uploaded a photo showing both units side by side for comparison.
While the unit itself is probably working just fine, this problem with the
display is really annoying.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By jcminaz on July 26, 2013
My wife bought me this weather station for my birthday to replace another Oregon Scientific station that died. She tried to buy a station that matched my old one. Indoor/outdoor temperature and humidity.

She bought this model (Weather 300). The packaging states on the front, in large print, TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY STATION. The image on the device in the packaging displays an example read out of data. It shows indoor and outdoor humidity and temperature.
I took the device out of the packaging and started to use it. However, I could not get the device to display the outdoor humidity. I "fiddled" around with it to see if I could get the outside humidity to display. I finally got the instruction sheet out and starting reading. This is where I learned that the Weather 300 will not read outdoor humidity unless you buy a different outdoor sensor. What? The packaging clearly gives the impression that this device monitors and displays outdoor Humidity. I finally examined the back of the packaging to find, in small print, "*to read outdoor humidity THGR268 temperature and humidity sensor is required"

I then went and looked at the Oregon Scientific website and see the image of the product clearly displaying indoor and outdoor humidity. You have to read the small print on the website to see a notation that this device will not monitor outdoor humidity without an additional purchase. The same goes for the display on Amazon.

The outdoor sensor that I will now need to buy to turn on the outdoor humidity function costs almost as much as the original Weather 300.

This is totally deceptive.

The packaging, the website, and Amazon all give the impression that this device displays outdoor humidity.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Marty on January 28, 2012
I was very happy with this product... until it konked out.

I've had a number of different temperature stations with the remote sensors... a necessity in Tucson, where outside temperatures can be anywhere from the mid-20's to 110+.

I contacted Oregon Scientific to ask questions about a problem with this model. Instead of answering my questions about batteries, they suggested a warranty replacement, when they found out it was over a year old they no longer wanted to help. Rather than buy a new unit ever year, I'll find a manufacturer that makes a good product and supports that product.

Sadly, I've lost faith in a company that I previously thought very highly of. Shame.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jim Jolley on February 17, 2013
This item was not purchased from Amazon, but I want Amazon buyers to know that this device failed within one year. Oregon Scientific does not have, as far as I can determine from their web site, any warranty other than a 30 day return policy. Another item, a THT 312 (an indoor/outdoor thermometer), was purchased recently from Amazon, and it has failed after 3 months. I would suggest looking for more reliable and perhaps more expensive units from some one else. I won't buy another Oregon Scientific device.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Marty on January 28, 2012
I was very happy with this product... until it stopped working.

I've had a number of different temperature stations with the remote sensors... a necessity in Tucson, where outside temperatures can be anywhere from the mid-20's to 110+.

I contacted Oregon Scientific to ask questions about a problem with this model. Instead of answering my questions about batteries, they suggested a warranty replacement, when they found out it was over a year old they no longer wanted to help. Rather than buy a new unit ever year, I'll find a manufacturer that makes a good product and supports that product.

Sadly, I've lost faith in a company that I previously thought very highly of.
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