- Product Dimensions: 33 x 21.1 x 19.6 cm
- Shipping Weight: 2 Kg
- Batteries 10 AA batteries required. (included)
- Item model number: BHT668A
- ASIN: B00006J03G
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: June 6 2013
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- Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
Oregon Scientific BHT668A Cable-Free Modular Weather Station
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- Wireless digital weather station with 4 separable display modules
- Units can be used separately or bracketed together
- Includes rain gauge, barometer, indoor/outdoor thermometer with hygrometer
- Also includes radio-controlled alarm clock
- One-year warranty; batteries included
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The stylish new Cable Free Modular Weather Station is an exciting new departure on the notion of consumer-grade weather and environmental monitoring instruments. It is "new age" with it's stylized profile and equally advanced in it's technology and operating concept. It is a completely modular system, with four separate, compact monitoring instruments. The Barometer with WeatherForecaster provides an automatic weather forecast. Barometric pressure is displayed as well as the forecast for the next 12 to 24 hours. The ExactSet Clock with Alarm is a remarkable timepiece that monitors the electronic time signals transmitted by the U.S. Atomic Clock,and sets itself automatically. The Rain Gauge incorporates an automatic self emptying rain cup that measures, then eliminates rainfall. The indoor rain gauge module displays daily rainfall as well as a nine-day historical record. The Thermo-Hygrometer measures outdoor temperature and relative humidity, and is updated to the display unit every 10 seconds.
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The only problem I had: it is designed for USA only, and as soon as I left America I couldn't get the radio-controlled alarm clock function.