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Oregon Scientific Translucent Crystal Weather Station


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  • The world's first weather station with laser engraved 3D icons in crystal
  • View the 12 to 24 hour weather forecast at a glace with color illumination
  • Quartz clock
  • Easy -to-read animated display of time and indoor temperature with bright LED backlight
  • Change the display mode between time and indoor temperature with just a wave of your hand

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 1.5 x 4.5 inches ; 2.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001ETDJ3Q
  • Item model number: BA900H
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,288,615 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Sleekly designed in a crystaline block with a midnight black base unit, the Crystal Weather Station adopts non-traditional material and method to display forecasted weather. Instead of using symbols or line drawing in the two dimensions to illustrate weather on LCD display, weather icons (sun, cloud and rain) , are laser engraved in three dimensions inside the crystaline block with detail and texture. Also, it is the world's first weather station with exquisitely crafted crystal showing the weather by projecting light in different colors from a separate unit. Red for sunny, blue for cloudy and green for rainy indicate the weather status with just a glance even from a far distance. On the base, time and indoor temperature is shown on an easy-to-read animated display. There's no need to fuss with buttons-switch between time and indoor temperature with just a hand-wave. thanks to infra-red motion sensors. It is a sensational display piece for any home or office.

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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By looking around on October 27, 2007
Well, I guess I'm the 1st one reviewing this clock - this one is an eye catcher, sleekly designed - infra red motion - 3d etched weather forecast - it has the "coolness" allure that goes well in the modern house, condo, office, etc.

....now the "lacking" parts: you cannot control the brightness of the clock or the weather forecast display - it could come in handy if you want a night light for your bedroom - also, you have to be very, very careful when assembling the crystal part to the plastic part as they should line up, so it doesn't look crooked - mine is off by about 1mm, not too noticeable....why o why didn't they had it fully assembled is beyond me.

....also the instruction sheet is skimpy and lacking instructions...YES, lacking instructions (that's the why on 4 and not 5 stars...) when I set the time the first displayed option is zone (?) - nowhere in the manual is there any mention of this "zone" - I looked on the Oregon Scientific website to no avail, what they provide on the product page is the same manual lacking any mention whatsoever to this "zone" option - after deliberating a bit, I could only assume it was the GMT offset to wherever you are, hope I'm correct.

Finally, nowhere in the manual or Oregon's website is there any mention at all about the: "with U.S. Atomic Clock" - what's up with that???

Overall is a very sexy clock - basic at what it does, but in an artful and tasteful way.

FOLLOW UP.... FOLLOW UP.... FOLLOW UP.... FOLLOW UP.... FOLLOW UP....

At first a four star - now a ONE star!

After having this clock for a bit over a week I am very DISSAPOINTED - the weather forecast is completely inaccurate, on a perfectly sunny day it was indicating that it was going to rain!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Joanne M. Nicolow on February 22, 2008
The weather station keeps great time and is easy to read. It makes a great night light. The weather icons are bright and easy to read. I was disappointed in the fact that the brochure indicates that the device synchs to US Atomic clock. This is not true and I didn't find this out until I called Oregon Scientific direct. Seems strange since you can see the "synch" icon on the front of the device. A little expensive given the lack of this feature.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By K. Bowers on December 24, 2009
The lights are pretty. The inside temp and time work. The barometric indicators are so out of sync it's not even funny.
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