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Wireless Battery-Powered Weather Minder

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Wireless Battery-Powered Weather Minder

Wireless Battery-Powered Weather Minder
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Follow the current weather, weather patterns and weather forecasts with this weather minder from Plow & Hearth. Each 6-1/2”H x 3”W unit gathers a wealth of information with its wireless remote sensor that has a range of 330’. It shows you this information with easy-to-read weather icons and large digits. You can watch the current indoor and outdoor temperatures, humidity and barometric pressure. This unit also shows the time with an atomic clock and it has a calendar. Further, it forecasts upcoming weather so you can be prepared. Each unit requires four AA batteries (batteries not included).

• This Forecasting Weather Station to Track Weather Patterns from Plow & Hearth gives a bulk of weather information in a small 6-1/2”H x 3”W device
• This weather minder tracks indoor and outdoor temperature, humidity and barometric pressure, plus it shows the time and a calendar
• This high-tech weather device also shows temperature records and gives weather forecasts such as sun, sun with clouds or clouds with rain
• Each weather station features easy-to-read icons and works with a wireless remote sensor with a range of 330’
• The remote sensor requires two AA batteries and the base unit requires two AA batteries (batteries are not included) and the unit features a low battery indicator

Wireless Remote Sensor: Range 330' (max. 3)
Transmission Frequency 433Mhz
Temperature, Remote: -39.8°F to 139.8°F; (-39.9°C to 59.9°C)
Temperature, Base: 14.2°F to 139.8°F; (-9.9C)
Minimum and maximum temperature records with date and time
Humidity, Remote and Base: 1 to 99% RH
Minimum and maximum humidity records with date and time
Comfort indicator icons: happy face or unhappy face
Barometric Pressure Trends: weather tendency indicator
Weather Forecast Icons: Sun, sun with cloud, cloud with rain; threshold setting option.
Time: Self-sets to U.S. Atomic clock, 12/24 hour format, two independent alarm settings, two-minute alarm duration, selectable snooze: off, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 minute.
Calendar: Weekday and date, or date and month

6-1/2"H x 3"W

4.7 (based on 3 customer reviews)

By Debbie
FromLas Cruces, NM
Very nice product; way over priced
Comments about Product:
Little disappointed to find the same product for $30 less after I had ordered this one. Delivery said it was federal express; it wasn't, came by way of the USPS.

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By wally
weather Minder
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On kitchen counter

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By Granny Farmer
FromHolton, Michigan
indoor/outdoor temps
Comments about Product:
Was easy to start up and works great, we have had several different ones and this is the best so far.

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Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.

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