Oregon Scientific Weather Forecaster with Temperature Display and Self-Setting Atomic Clock
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- Forecast icons display 12 - 24 hour weather forecast/Displays the indoor and outdoor temperature
- Automatically sets itself to the U.S. Atomic Clock - never needs adjusting for Daylight Saving Time
- Moon Phase indicator/Ice Alert
- Crescendo alarm with snooze function
- Wireless sensor monitors inside/outside temperature
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Oregon Scientifics' Wireless Weather Forecaster with Temperature Display and Self-Setting Atomic Clock forecasts the weather 12 - 24 hours in advance. It displays indoor and outdoor temperature, and sets itself to the US Atomic Clock signal.
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Eventually I bought another forecaster (of a different manufacture) and I've had no problems since.
When I bought this replacement, I was basically only looking for two things: an outside temperature monitor and an accurate atomic clock. I am thoroughly disappointed considering I got neither. The base unit measures the inside temperature in my home pretty accurately, however the remote unit consistently reports the outside temperature 4 or 5 degrees higher than it actually is. I have the remote in exactly the same spot as my previous one (which was accurate). It's about 4 feet off the ground and in the shade (as it should be). If OS can make one model measure the temp accurately, why can't it make all their models measure accurately? Now, I realize I can just subtract 4 or 5 from the outside temp to get pretty close to the actual temp, but that's not really the point, is it?
As a prior reviewer noted, the atomic clock will not pick up the radio signal unless you live within about 900 miles of Boulder, CO. Since I am in N.C. the atomic clock feature is utterly useless to me. This "technicality" should absolutely be stated in the product description since the great majority of the population does NOT live within 900 miles of Boulder. I now ask the same question about the atomic clock feature - if OS can make one model pick up the signal from anywhere in the country, why not put that technology in all their models? Ironically, I don't think you can pick the atomic clock signal up with this unit IN OREGON!
Buy a different weather station.
Worth noting: I thought that it was wall-mountable. It is NOT. There is a large plastic base built in that makes wall-mounting impossible.
Bottom line: Great for the price
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