The whole family can learn about the weather in your own backyard and plan for outdoor explorations with this wireless weather station.
This fun and accurate weather station measures indoor and outdoor temperatures, barometric pressure and trends, and humidity. Among other features, this gives precisely accurate time via wireless signals from the U.S. atomic clockthat automatically updates for fall and spring time changes.
Uses four AA batteries, not included.
Dimensions: Receiver: 4.25" x 6.04" x 1.14" Sensor: 5.5" x 1.625" x 1"
Weight: 4 oz.
Signal strength is irregular outside the contiguous 48 states. Clock can be set manually when in use outside of the U.S. atomic clock coverage area.
Transmission Range: Up to 330 feet
Transmission Frequency: 433.92 MHz
Swiss precision sensor
Backlit for easy viewing at night
Compatible Sensors: TX3U, TX3UP
Weatherman forecast icon based on changing barometric pressure
Gave the Family Wireless Weather Station to both of my grandson's families. The boys like to check on what kind of clothes to wear each day and I hope it will help them to learn more about the weather. I wish the child-icon could be change from boy to girl. My granddaughter wants to know why it doesn't come with the image of a girl!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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