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Oregon Scientific launches solar-powered ECO range

Oregon Scientific launches solar-powered ECO range

By 21 September 2009

Oregon Scientific has announced the launch of a new "+ ECO" range that includes a device to help monitor the temperature inside your home, with the aim of getting a better grip on your central heating, potentially saving money - and you know it's coming... >>

Firebox launches the WoodStation

Firebox launches the WoodStation

By 16 July 2009

Firebox is offering a stylish new addition for your home or office that's ideal for anyone with an interest in the weather, the time, or wood, for that matter. In stark contrast to your usual weather station, the WoodStation is made of wood and offers... >>

Oregon Scientific Eco weather station ditches batteries

Oregon Scientific Eco weather station ditches batteries

By 7 July 2009

Oregon Scientific has announced the release of the +ECO Clima Control weather station, a new weather station that runs on solar power. Coming with a built-in solar panel, the new weather station gadget allows its users to monitor the current temperature... >>

Oregon Scientific launches slimline metal weather station

Oregon Scientific launches slimline metal weather station

By 30 January 2009

Oregon Scientific has launched a metal weather station, the BAR908HG. With a radio controlled clock and calendar, the station will let you know the indoor and outdoor temperatures and humidity as well as boasting a pressure reader and the ability to predict... >>

Oregon Scientific launches Weather Box

Oregon Scientific launches Weather Box

By 21 November 2008

Oregon Scientific has launched the Weather Box - apparently the world’s thinnest weather station. As well as desktop use, it can be wall-mounted and will keep you in the know with indoor and outdoor temperatures and humidity. There's also a weather... >>

Oregon launches world's first weather predicting watch

Oregon launches world's first weather predicting watch

By 25 April 2008

The "world's first" weather watch is available from May from Oregon Scientific, who should know a thing or two about the tech, being leading producers of digital weather stations. This multipurpose watch has a clock, alarm and calendar function, but crucially... >>

"Stripping girl" weather station

"Stripping girl" weather station

By 8 November 2007

This stripping girl digital weather station is a fun, graphical way to show the state of the skies. We just hope she puts on a few more layers when it does get cold - she'll catch her death dressed like that. £34.99, link below. >>


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