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1. Oregon Scientific BAR338PA ExactSet
$299.99 $253.37 list($499.95)
2. Oregon Scientific WMR968 Cable
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4. Oregon Scientific Cable-Free Long-Range
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5. Oregon Scientific BAR608HGA Wireless
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6. Oregon Scientific Radio Controlled
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7. Oregon Scientific Cable-Free Thermometer
$49.95 $42.89 list($69.95)
8. Oregon Scientific Cable-Free Thermo-Hygrometer
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9. Oregon Scientific PE316CA Pedometer
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10. Oregon Scientific THGR268 Remote
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11. Oregon Scientific RMR603HGA Thermo-Hygrometer
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12. Oregon Scientific BHDR619 Modular
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13. Oregon Scientific BAR888-S Remote
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14. Oregon Scientific WMR112SET Cable
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15. Oregon Scientific HR102 Heart
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16. Oregon Scientific Thermo-Hygrometer
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17. Oregon Scientific WW338 2.4 GHz
18. OREGON SCIENTIFIC RMR602A Indoor/Outdoor
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19. Oregon Scientific WGR968 Wireless
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20. Oregon Scientific BAA182HG Digital

1. Oregon Scientific BAR338PA ExactSet Projection Clock with Cable-Free Weather Forecaster
list price: $99.99
our price: $44.99
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Asin: B00005B0BM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 23
Average Customer Review: 3.91 out of 5 stars
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This versatile system forecasts local weather; automatically sets andupdates the time, day, and date; keeps track of the indoor temperature; andemploys a remote, wireless sensor to record the outdoor temperature up to 100feet away. For forecasting weather within 12 to 24 hours, the6-1/4-by-4-1/4-inch monitor employs a built-in electronic barometric-pressuresensor and then displays the upcoming weather with an icon (sunny, partly sunny,cloudy, rain/snow) on its backlit LCD screen. For keeping track of time, themonitor is equipped with a radio receiver tuned to the U.S. atomic clock; thisenables the monitor to maintain split-second accuracy by automaticallyadjusting, if necessary, to the atomic clock's signals six times every 24 hours.From those signals, the monitor also displays the date, the day, and the timezone for which the user has set the clock. Also, the clock automatically adjustsfor daylight saving time and for leap year. The monitor beams the time and theoutdoor temperature onto a wall or ceiling in large, red numerals for easyreadability. If the monitor is in battery-mode (four AA batteries included),pressing the clock's snooze bar will beam the data for five seconds. If themonitor is plugged into a wall socket with an AC adapter (included), theprojection will be available either for five seconds with the snooze bar orcontinuously if a continuous-beam control is set. The projection beam comes froma device mounted next to the clock. The device pivots so the beam can beprojected onto any surface, and a dial focuses the beam for clarity. You canalso choose to have the temperature displayed in either Celsius or Fahrenheit.--Fred Brack ... Read more


  • Projection clock; displays time, weather forecast, and indoor and outdoor temperatures
  • Wireless remote sensor radios outdoor temperature from 100 feet away
  • Beams time, outdoor temperature in red light onto wall or ceiling
  • Automatically sets and updates time/day/date with U.S. Atomic Clock
  • Crescendo alarm with 8-minute snooze function awakens even soundest sleeper

Reviews (34)

3-0 out of 5 stars over-rated
Although there are some cool features on this clock, it doesn't do all that it should. I'll simply list the pros and cons and you can decide for yourself.

- you can instantly know the weather outside and the temperature inside.
- the forcast prediction and graphics are remarkably accurate.
- projection on ceiling is very cool at night - you can look straight up as you lie in bed and know the time.

- even though it plugs in, the clock runs on batteries. the plug is only for the projection part.
- the alarm wouldn't wake up the lightest sleeper - it's just a little beep like your microwave makes. it just makes them more often as you sleep through it.
- the projection doesn't work at all if any light is on in the room and it's really only usefull on a perpendicular surface - otherwise it's stretched and half out of focus.

So as a second clock and something neat to have, this is fine. Don't get it as your primary alarm clock if you want to make it to work on time and not get fired :-)

5-0 out of 5 stars ITS THE BEST BED SIDE CLOCK EVER !!!
The projection is awesome! The alarm starts quiet then gets loud enough to wake anyone (except the dead or the laziest). The weather forcasting works great never wrong. Knowing the time and outdoor temp as soon you open your eye's right on the ceiling or wall is wonderful! Never needs to be set I receive the signal fine and I live in northern rural Minnesota. Buy it you will love it.

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT!!!
I had this for a year now, and I NEVER had a problem with it. *Knock wood*. It does what it says, and it is very accurate, and the weather forecaster is pretty acurate too. A must buy!

4-0 out of 5 stars Too Little....
Love the clock but wish the buttons were a little less cumbersome - hard to manipulate with just one hand. Indoor temp. reads a little high. Perhaps the projector heats the internals. Other than that, the time and outdoor temp. on the ceiling is quite entertaining!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great idea; poor design
I bought this clock for my technophobic mother and she loves it. The display on the ceiling is ideal for her; she is severely near-sighted in one eye and almost blind in the other. She can see the display on the ceilng in the middle of the night without any problems. In addition to the display, she appreciates being able to see the temperature, both inside and out.

Another feature of this clock that is ideal for her is that the regular display is only lit when you want it to be lit. There are no glaring red numbers staring at you all night. When you want to see the time/temp, press the snooze button and the display lights for a few seconds.

Now for the negatives of this great little gadget. It is very lightweight and the buttons sit smoothly at the bottom of the clock. It is difficult to tell one button from another or to even push the buttons to set the alarm, view, etc. Raised braille like nobs on the buttons would be helpful as well as making the base wider so it would be more difficult to knock it over. Also, if the clock is running off battery, you have the option of displaying the time on the ceiling only when you press the snooze button. However, if you use the A/C adapter, you're choices are continuous display or no display. The slide switch that controls this is on the side of the clock and is difficult to find by feel.

Despite the few shortcomings of this clock, I still think it's wonderful and recommend it to anyone who is tired of squinting at glowing red dots to see what time it is; who wants to know the temperature both inside and out; and who always wants the correct time. ... Read more

2. Oregon Scientific WMR968 Cable Free Complete Weather Station
list price: $499.95
our price: $299.99
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Asin: B00005B0BL
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 1290
Average Customer Review: 2.91 out of 5 stars
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Completely wireless and simple to install, this home weatherstation tracks and stores data about more than 20 weather conditionsand displays them on a touch-screen LCD monitor that measures only 8inches wide by 5-1/2 inches high. The instruction booklet accompanyingthe weather station is easy to comprehend, making the stationaccessible to children, as well as adult hobbyists, gardeners, campers,and fishing enthusiasts. There are three outdoor sensors, each poweredby a solar cell: an anemometer that attaches to a building, fence, orroof to measure wind speed and direction; a thermo-hygrometer tomeasure temperature and humidity; and a self-emptying rain gauge. (Atleast six hours of sunshine are needed to operate the solar cells for24 hours. Each sensor has a backup battery-power unit that requires twoAA batteries--not included.) A 4-1/4-by-2-3/4-inch baro-hygrometermeasures indoor temperature, barometric pressure, and humidity, andmounts on a wall or stands on a desk. (It requires four AAAbatteries--not included.)

The touch-screen monitor keeps track of the indoor and outdoor sensors,and also displays local weather/barometric pressure forecasts.Additionally, it has a calendar/clock, an alarm that sounds whensensors detect conditions beyond parameters set by the user, a memorybutton for retrieving past data, and an AC power adapter. (Its backupbattery-power unit requires four AA batteries--not included.) Thesystem can support three additional remote sensors and can interfacewith a PC. Additional sensors, the PC-link software/cable kit, and along-term data-memory accessory are all sold separately. --FredBrack ... Read more


  • More than 20 different weather conditions displayed on touchscreen monitor
  • Displays one indoor, one outdoor temperature/humidity
  • Completely wireless: outdoor solar-powered sensors simple to install
  • PC-link software/cable kit available separately
  • Outdoor temperature/humidity sensor

Reviews (11)

3-0 out of 5 stars Careful !!!
I purchased this unit. Works fine, communicates with software package purchased separately, HOWEVER, it does NOT have the atomic clock feature of most Oregon Scientific clocks. The clock update feature is one way only, from weather station to PC. I have atomic clock software on my PC, so I cannot use this feature. Oregon Scientific customer service said that the self-adjust feature was supposed to be included in the units, but was not, and that they had no plans to fix it. Otherwise, the performance is great if you remember that this is a burst transmission and not continous.

3-0 out of 5 stars Instruction Manual is poorly written.
You have to read between the lines a lot when assembling this unit. Not too difficult if you have some mechanical knowledge. So far so good, time will tell on its longevity when in operation.

4-0 out of 5 stars weather station
It took about 4 hours to complete the installation. It worked right out of the box as advertised. You need tools and experience with building and installing electrical type projects i.e. Heath Kits. If you like tinkering around. This is for you. If you want instant stuff forget it. It is wireless but will not jump out of the box and set up it's self up.

4-0 out of 5 stars Do your homework
The Oregon Scientific WMR968 is a very inexpensive but complex weather instrument. I have been researching home weather stations for over a year now, and just purchased the WMR968 from when the price dropped by half. At the current price it is worth the extra trouble to get it to do what it should do. At this price, you have to expect to do some extra fiddling to get it to perform. If you really want a weather station that is going to perform perfectly, time after time, right out of the box, keep looking. This isn't the one for you. But, on the other hand, for those of you who like me have very little cash to spend on a home weather station, this is a good buy.

Only beware! As is noted in these reviews, and on many other consumer review web sites, the manual that comes in the box is trash! Do not use that manual to set up and tune your WMR968. Please, please, please, go to the Radio Shack website and download the manual for the Radio Shack Cable Free Weather Station with AccuWeather, and use that one, it is excellent! The Radio Shack weather station is identical in all respects to the one sold under the Oregon Scientific brand name, except that, for some reason, it has a real manual written by a real American, and it has all the information you need. Note, that the manual that comes with the Oregon Scientific weather station has 9 pages. The Radio Shack manual has 36 pages.

My advice: if you decide to take the risk and purchase the Oregon Scientific WMR968 from, like I did, read all the consumer reviews, even the nasty ones. You should know what might happen to you. Gather up as much information as you can. I have found several exellent tips on setting up and tuning the WMR968 on this and other web sites. Another suggestion: join and contribute to a weather station bulletin board, such as Share your knowledge and experience with others. Finally, don't be tempted to cut corners when setting up your weather station. The sensitive electronics are not tolerant of abuse. Do your best to make sure everything outdoors is weather-tight.

1-0 out of 5 stars Mediocre Product
For the price, this product has turned out to be extremely mediocre. I decided to purchase the weather station as a gift based upon the outstanding reputation of Oregon Scientific. While, the indoor/outdoor temperature gauge as well as the barometer have worked flawlessly, the rain and wind gauge have never worked correctly (not from lack of trying).

Based upon a price of $400, I expect all the instruments to function flawlessly (assuming proper installation, of course). This simply hasn't happened. There are any number of less-expensive competing weather stations on the market that offer the indoor/outdoor temperature gauge and barometer. I spent the extra money on this product for the additional features of the rain and wind gauge. Since these features have never worked properly, I would not recommend this product. ... Read more

3. OREGON SCIENTIFIC BAR898HGA Wireless Weather Station

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Asin: B00009MKCS
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 1176
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Rotatable display unit for multi-angle viewing
  • Daily Alarm with 8 minute snooze function
  • U.S. Map indicator to display the 4 U.S. time zones - Pacific, Mountain, Central, & Eastern
  • Weather forecast & barometric pressure trend
  • Current & historical barometric pressure reading

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Impressive !!!!
I am really impressed how the weather forecast feature REALLY works ! I live in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and bought one of these for my father - who is an engineer. He LOVES it ! Will buy another one for myself next time I go to the US ! ... Read more

4. Oregon Scientific Cable-Free Long-Range Rain Gauge
list price: $79.95
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005B0BJ
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 578
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Communicating to an LCD-screen monitor by radio waves, thiswireless, self-emptying rain collector can be placed up to 108 yardsaway, allowing a gardener or hobbyist to keep track of daily andcumulative precipitation from the comfort of home or office. A memoryfunction recalls daily-precipitation data from the previous nine days.The monitor also shows the indoor temperature of the room in which it'skept, the time, and the date. There are two alarms: One sounds whenrainfall exceeds an amount selected, and the second is a clock alarmfor wakeup or reminder. Programmable to display rainfall in inches ormillimeters and temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit, this systemoperates on two sets of AA batteries. One set powers the monitor, theother powers the collector. (Batteries not included.) The monitormeasures 5-2/3 by 3-2/3 inches, and the collector is 5-2/3 inches indiameter and 5-3/4 inches high. --Fred Brack ... Read more


  • Rain collector with remote indoor LCD-screen monitor; lets gardeners and hobbyists track daily and cumulative rainfall
  • Wireless; self-emptying; 108-yard transmission range; memory function for previous 9 days
  • Monitor can display in inches or millimeters; also shows time, date, and temperature of room (in Celsius or Fahrenheit)
  • Alarm sounds when rainfall exceeds selected amount; also has standard alarm clock
  • Monitor is 5-2/3 by 3-2/3 inches; collector is 5-3/4 inches high with 5-2/3-inch diameter

Reviews (12)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice Product, Horrible Manual
Just received the rain gauge from Amazon. The instruction manual is at least as bad as everyone says. It makes no mention of the reset switch in the outdoor unit along with numerous other omissions. The cost of phone & email support plus perfectly good units returned in frustration has got to be more than that of a proper manual. As a retired electronics tech (who occasionally wrote in-house procedures) and a native Oregonian, this manual from an Oregon hi-tech company is embarrassing.

On the other hand, looking the unit over, it appears to be very well made. The level of workmanship and quality of the circuit board and wiring in the outdoor unit is much higher than you would expect from a consumer electronic device in this price range. The batteries included were Mallory, not a mystery brand. The indoor unit has a nice heft and its switches have a quality feel.

In setting up the outdoor unit, the two screws that hold the collector/funnel assembly are easily lost and probably metric. Be careful! The screws for the battery box cover, on my unit, were "captive". Loosen until you feel them 'bump' on the thread insert and they will stay with the cover. Remove the plastic insulating strip from the battery box, reinstall the batteries and press the "RESET" switch with a straightened paper clip. As larryaol mentioned, it's a good idea to leave the cover open until everything is working.

The indoor unit also has a plastic insulating strip in the battery box that must be removed. That done and the batteries installed, press its "RESET" switch with the paper clip. The upper display should stop flashing once the two units establish contact. Although the manual makes no mention, clearly the radio link isn't continuous. It seems to need up to 30 seconds for the display to update. With the rain collector still open, you can carefully remove the tape that holds the tipping bucket mechanism and manually tip it a couple of times to check operation. Its resolution is 0.04" per tip. Wait about 30 seconds for the rainfall reading to update.

Another serious manual omission is in clearing the rainfall reading. The manual instructs you to "Press and hold the RAIN RESET/SINCE button for 2 seconds" but this doesn't work. Oregon Scientific's call center was helpful. What you need to do is press & release then immediately press & hold. This also loads the current "SINCE" date in the lower display.

Hopefully, someone at Oregon Scientific will do something about the instruction manual.

4-0 out of 5 stars Can't Stress this enough!!
The unit once setup is pretty slick. Setting it up is another story. Once you remove the exterior sensor battery cover and remove the plastic strip BE SURE TO DEPRESS THE RESET BUTTON next to the batteries. If you don't do this (the manual barely mentions it) you will have to remove all 10 screws again to gain entrance to the reset button. I too, like a previous reviewer have difficulty clearing the rain amount, it seems to work when it is in the mood, not me.

4-0 out of 5 stars Quality Product but Terrible Instruction Manual
Before attempting to set this product up, it would be worth your while to read some of the other reviews of this product on this website. They have suffered through trying to understand one of the most poorly written operating manuals I've ever seen. Don't let this dissuade you from buying the product because it's a great rain gauge. Just be aware that the manual simply doesn't cover the operating features and instructions in enough detail to allow anyone to properly set the unit up. The most notable omission is about the RAIN/HISTORY - Since reset feature. Read the remaining reviews and enjoy the product.


4-0 out of 5 stars thanks amazonian reviewers - you made set up easy
Setup would be impossible without the reviewers below. After reading their instructions, the whole thing took 10 minutes and the gauge is really fine.

4-0 out of 5 stars Instructions = 0 Stars
As others have mentioned, the instruction booklet is almost worthless. I went to the manufacturer's website:, it wasn't any better.
1. You need a very small jewelers screwdriver, pref. a phillips head.
2. There are 10 tiny screws (2 sizes) you must remove from the outdoor unit! Have containers ready to hold them.
3. After opening the outdoor unit's battery cover, remove the batteries, take out the clear plastic spacer, reinsert the batteries, and MOST IMPORTANT-- press the reset button next to the batteries with an unbent paper clip.
4. BEFORE closing-up the outdoor unit, do the following on the indoor unit--
5. Remove battery cover, remove the batteries, take out the clear plastic spacer, reinsert the batteries, and press the indoor unit's reset button above the batteries with an unbent paper clip.
6. Wait a minute or two for the indoor unit to lock in on the outdoor unit's signal. The top two lines of the display will flash until it finds the signal.
7. If the display keeps flashing, press the OUTDOOR unit's reset button again.
8. Then press the indoor reset, again.
Once the display stops flashing, then close-up the outdoor unit. Don't jiggle the outdoor unit or it will record that as "rainfall."
9. I could not get the rainfall total to reset with the "rain reset" button. I had to do the full reset on the indoor unit.
10. If all else fails.... Reset, reset, reset! Outdoor unit first! ... Read more

5. Oregon Scientific BAR608HGA Wireless Weather Station and Self-Setting Clock
list price: $79.95
our price: $44.95
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Asin: B0002UMYD4
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 160
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description



  • Main unit has a detachable stand - can be placed on a desk or shelf or mounted on a wall
  • Provides accurate weather forecasts with four different graphics based on air pressure changes
  • Three levels of pressure indicators for weather forecasting: rising, steady, or falling
  • Stores maximum and minimum temperatures and humidity--both indoor and for all remotes in use--until reset
  • Full feature clock automatically sets itself to the U.S. atomic clock, features a dual crescendo alarm with snooze function

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Does not work as the description say it does.
Says that the time function automatically synchronizes with the US Atomic Clock, providing accurate timekeeping that never needs adjustment--even for Daylight Savings Time however you must be a certain distance from Denver where the clock is.If not (like me) it's a useless feature.While the transmitter for my unit was only 50 feet from the main unit it constantly lost the signal.I returned my first unit thinking it might have been defective; the second unit was the same.That went back also.100 foot range is a bunch of bunk!I would not recommend this item.

4-0 out of 5 stars Backlight a big plus
This is the only weather station I could find in this price range that has a backlight. It is welldesigned and has functioned well. ... Read more

6. Oregon Scientific Radio Controlled Travel Clock, Model RM826 - 1 ea
list price: $49.95
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005B0BG
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 262
Average Customer Review: 4.45 out of 5 stars
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Equipped with a radio receiver tuned to the U.S. Atomic Clock,this travel alarm clock keeps time with split-second accuracy byautomatically adjusting, if necessary, to the Atomic Clock's signalssix times every 24 hours. The Atomic Clock, operated by the NationalInstitute of Standards and Technology, is one of the most accurate inthe world. From its signals, the slim (5/8 inch thick) little clock(3-1/2 by 2-1/2 inches) not only shows the precise time, but it alsodisplays on its LCD screen the date and day. (The day can be shown inEnglish, Spanish, or French.)

The screen also displays the North American time zone for which theclock is set. The alarm increases in volume and intensity to wake eventhe soundest sleeper suffering from jet lag. Other features: bluebacklighting when the clock is rocked backwards on its foldaway stand;a reception-strength indicator showing how well the radio receiver isreceiving the Atomic Clock's signals; automatic adjustment fordaylight-saving time and leap year; and a low-battery indicator. As abackup, you can set the time, day, and date manually as well asautomatically. The clock operates on two AAA batteries and comes with atravel pouch. --Fred Brack ... Read more


  • Automatically sets and updates time/day/date with US Atomic Clock
  • Clock updates to any North American time zone, shows chosen zone
  • Crescendo alarm with 8-minute snooze function awakens soundest sleeper
  • Screen shows blue backlight when clock is rocked backwards on stand
  • Slim, 5/8-inch-thick alarm clock just 3-1/2 by 2-1/2 inches

Reviews (11)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great features & display. Confusing controls.
As a simple travel alarm clock, this unit would get 5 stars from me if only the controls were easier to use.

- Lovely, clear display with at OUTSTANDING backlight.
- Alarm starts out quiet, then picks up steam. No shocking jolt of sudden loud beeping!
- Display shows you when the alarm is set to go off, even when you are looking at the time. So you can double check the alarm setting at a glance.
- It's pretty small.
- Comes with a protective travel case (a soft custom-fitted envelope).
- You can see it in person at Radio Shack if you want to check it out. (They give it a different name, but it's the same unit.)

- It's pretty unusual that a clock REQUIRES reading the manual in order to figure out things like how to set the alarm -- but I had to read the manual for this one.
- Though small and light, it would weigh even less without the radio feature.
- Unfortunately the radio signal is only available in North America. Elsewhere, you have to set it the old-fashioned way.
- At least in my home (in central Seattle), the radio signal is only strong enough near a window, not in mid-room.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not just for travel -- I use mine everyday.
I've gone through plenty of alarm clocks -- this is by far the best I've owned. Simple to use. Alarm always wakes me up, yet sound is not an overly-annoying like most. ...Beeping noise starts slowly and increases in pace until turned-off or snooze button is hit.

Also does not cast an annoying bright light into the room at night...just slap the clock and a gentle-glow illuminates the time-area for several seconds.

The batteries have lasted over 2 years now of *everyday* alarm use. That amazes me, 2 years and still going strong! Nice to know power outages won't cause me to be late.

Great clock, I highly recommended it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Impressive clock
I travel for business and have found the hotel clocks, even at the top end hotels, to be very unreliable or even complicated to set. The Scientific Radio Controlled clock was the answer I was looking for in a travel clock. It is compact, easy to pack, easy to set and with a touch of a button, switches to whatever U.S. time zone you have settled in. The alarm is pleasant and has an 8 minute snooze. The display lights up to a soft and readable blue when the alarm goes off or when you give it a tap on top so there is no blarring light illuminating the whole room while you are trying to sleep. There is a signal strength indicator on the display as well as an icon to let you know that the time was successfully adjusted to the Atomic clock. It is suggested that you keep the clock away from appliances such as TV's, else they could interfer with updating the time. If you need the instructions, they are easy to follow, only about a half page long and written in several languages. The only extra feature I wish this clock had is that it would include international time zones. That said, I am thrilled with this clock.

5-0 out of 5 stars i love this clock
I've been a flight attendant for 25 years and I have used several different travel alarms. When this clock was given to me as a gift, I didn't think that I would ever like anything better than my Seiko, but I haven't used it for years. This is my favorite alarm clock EVER, not just travel clock. It's the only one I use. It's easy to use, the alarm signal is perfect, I love the easy time zone adjustment and it's very accurate. I set ALL my other clocks by it. I love this clock. mark w.

4-0 out of 5 stars BATTERIES INCLUDED!!
When was the last time you bought something that had batteries included?! This unit comes with two pre-installed AAA batteries (with a plastic piece installed to keep batteries from draining before you receive the unit.)

Other good features of this clock:
- Hi-Glo display is easy to read and very bright. Easier to read than those Indaglo wrist watches because the digits light up, not just the back of the display.
- alarm-on indicator, and snooze active indicator
- time, day, date and timezone display
- rocking the unit back on its stand activates the snooze (no fumbling for a small button at 5am)
-vinyl holster included
- I had no trouble figuring out how to program this unit manually
- lock switch on back of unit to prevent inadvertent button pushes from changing the settings

Things that could be improved:
- the swing-out stand is a bit fragile; looks to me that it could get crushed in your suitcase
- atomic clock synch is not immediate; I had to wait a good 8 hours for this unit to synch up [ I believe that reception is bad from SE Virginia up to Southern Maine due to population density ]

Overall, it is a very functional and practical travel clock. ... Read more

7. Oregon Scientific Cable-Free Thermometer
list price: $49.95
our price: $34.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005NN9D
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 179
Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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Conquer the limits of space and time with this cable-freeradio-frequency thermometer from Oregon Scientific. Tuning in to asmany as three remote units at once, this thermometer helps monitor thefour corners of your kingdom from one base unit. The kit includes oneremote sensor, which can be stationed up to 120 feet away and sendssignals every 30 seconds. The main unit's LCD screen lets you assign achannel to each remote, and then scroll through the menu as necessary.You can also set temperature range limits, program alarms, and recallrecent highs and lows at each location. A temperature-trend iconreveals whether temperatures are rising, steady, or dropping. Thethermometer's base-unit range is 23 to 122 degrees F, while the remotesensor runs from –58 to 158 degrees F. Both units feature an optionalCentigrade scale. Designed for the desktop or the wall, each piece ofequipment requires two AA batteries. --Emily Bedard ... Read more


  • Cable-free, radio-frequency thermometer; tracks temperatures at up to 3 remote sensors
  • Base has LCD screen; can set temperature range limits, program alarms, recall recent highs and lows, and track temperature trends
  • Sensor can be stationed up to 120 feet away; sends signals every 30 seconds
  • Kit includes main unit and 1 remote sensor; optional Centigrade scales
  • Main unit is 4.6 by 4.21 by 0.98 inches; remote sensor is 4.16 by 2.83 by 0.88 inches

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars Are the kids freezing yet?
This thermometer is addictive. I feel like my grandpa now. If you're getting on in years, this thermometer has huge numbers (1 inch tall x 1/2 inch wide). I can't walk by them without checking the temperature. I have three of them and each base can detect all three sensors (1 in basement, 1 in garage, and 1 upstairs where the kids sleep).

The thermometer even indicates the temperature trend detected from the remote sensors. One reviewer noted that the temperature readings were different in the same room using the remote and base. I can't imagine why, except to say that the manual clearly states that you have to reset both units after installing the batteries.

The base unit can be hung on a nail or stood up like a picture frame. The remote sensor can also be hung on a nail or stood up like a picture frame. The base (main) unit supposedly has temperature alarms although I've never bothered to learn how to use them. I guess this might be nice if you had sensitive electronics or perishable food stored in a place where you wanted to be alerted if the temperature got too high or too low. It also has a temperature memory, which I also haven't bothered to learn how to use. The base displays two temperatures simultaneously - the inside temperature (where the base is located) and one remote sensor at a time. The CHANNEL button changes between sensors. There is also a switch on the back to change the display from Fahrenheit (USA) to Celsius (everybody else).

3-0 out of 5 stars Fickle on range and set up
I love weather and have had several Oregon Scientific instruments and enjoyed owning/using them. This one I bought on clearance for [$] at a local department store. The read-out is great -- big, clear and crisp. My biggest criticism is that I got no where near the distance (90 feet, I believe) claimed to be possible between transmitter and receiver. This forced me to put the receiver (main read out unit) in a place that wasn't as convenient for me. Where I wanted to put it was maybe 60 feet away from the sensor -- well, well within its rated range. It would not consistently hold a signal for that distance. A secondary criticism is the mounting bracket for the remote sensor is of a fairly cheap plastic and I am still not able to really secure it to an outside post. In theory, it slips over a couple of nail heads or screws, but it is not doing that for me. It would have had helped had OS included a paper template to use for drilling the mounting holes.

If you look beyond these criticisms, the price-value equation is favorable. And guess what -- batteries ARE included -- four of them. What a treat!

One other huge advantage: Its operating range on the low end is very good, an important consideration if you live in cold weather state. I don't think it reads to minus 20, which sometimes occurs where I live but when it's that cold, I don't want to know it, either :) Also, this unit runs on regular batteries; some competitive units require very costly lithium batteries.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very dependable
I live in NH where the weather changes by the hour. I have owned 2 of these units for 2 years. Just changed the batteries in all units. (Make sure you hit the reset button on the sensor and main unit in order for them to function)I depend on them a great deal. I have one upstairs facing East. Good in the morning to choose a dress mode. I also have one unit dounstairs facing West. In the Summer the dounstairs unit tells me how hot or cold it got that day. Highly recommend.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not Reliable
I have owned two of these units. They both worked for a while (until the warranty ran out) and both failed. Both units will no longer display the outdoor temperture. Oregeon Scientific technical support was of no help.

5-0 out of 5 stars Green house saver
I bought this for my husband and he gave it rave reviews. He put the remote unit in his green house and so far, the results are great. I am trying to find out how to order additional remote sensors. We have 5 acres and we want to monitor the temperature at various spots on the property. We are very pleased with this device and highly recommend it. ... Read more

8. Oregon Scientific Cable-Free Thermo-Hygrometer
list price: $69.95
our price: $49.95
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Asin: B00006J03L
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 746
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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No more squinting at a column of mercury to learn whether it'sa jacket day or a shorts day. The oversized digits on thisthermo-hygrometer are readable from across the room and accuratelydisplay temperature and relative humidity for both indoors andoutdoors. Simply place the remote sensor in a sheltered spot outdoorsand keep the main unit indoors on a desk or wall. Temperatures areaccurate to a tenth of a degree, in either Fahrenheit or Celsius. Iconsshow comfort level (a smiley face with changeable mouth), and trends intemperature and humidity (falling, rising, steady). Other featuresinclude high/low memories and user-set maximum/minimum alarms. Threechannels let the main unit support up to three sensors, with atransmission range of 100 feet. The main unit measures 4-5/8 by 4-1/4by 1-1/8 inches; each unit comes with two AA batteries for operation,wall-mounting notch, and table stand. This thermo-hygrometer is coveredby a 90-day warranty against defects. --Ann Bieri ... Read more


  • Cable-free thermo-hygrometer monitors temperature and humidity
  • Includes main display unit and remote sensor
  • Large-scale, easy-to-read digits
  • Main unit supports up to 3 sensors
  • Batteries included

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Worked just fine..... for a while!
I purchased this unit in late December 2002 (as a Christmas present to myself), and was tremendously pleased with it for nearly a year.....

However, a few months ago it developed a horribly irritating flaw -- the LCD screen would simply go blank, and had to be reset (PITA, because it doesn't have a reset "button"; instead, you have to straighten out a paperclip and shove it into a small hole in the back).

I've emailed the folks at Oregon Scientific about this problem, and they suggested a variety of things that they thought *might* correct this behaviour (i.e. make sure the transmitting and receiving units are at least 10ft apart, try switching to a different channel, etc). Unfortunately, none of their suggestions had any effect on the problem, and it just continues to get worse (i.e. I now have to go thru the reset process 2 or 3 times before the display comes back). And a subsequent email to the Oregon Scientific folks 3 days ago has yet to be responded to.

So while I was satisfied with this unit at one time, it is now just worthless, and I consider it to have been a waste of my money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best bet for a wireless thermo-hygrometer
I have owned this unit for about three years. The outdoor sensor resides on a column under a covered patio at the rear of my home. The receiver is in the home office, which is approximately 40' from the sending unit. The signal must travel through four walls to the receiver. It has worked like a charm from day one and is extremely accurate. Batteries have been changed only one time during my ownership. I purchased another sensor for another part of my home, which is indoors (and further from the receiver and has more walls to penetrate than the outdoor sensor). So, I have three readings around my outside, one in my home office and another upstairs in a remote room. This system is strudy, reliable and has a very nice appearance. I like having the information displayed on the remote sensors as well. One glance and I know what is happening when at those locations. You cannot go wrong with Oregon Scientific. I am amazed that the cost of this monitoring system is so reasonable, given the quality that is present. I am now purchasing a duplicate system for my beach home. You will never regret having chosen this package for your weather information needs. A conservative five+++ stars goes to OS and this product.

5-0 out of 5 stars very pleased
I originally boiught a GE unit from Target. Piece of junk, very inaccurate.
I wanted to monitor the humidity in my basement workshop with a dehumidifier. With the extended unit, i can monitor my bedroom and with another extra extended unit i monitor my babies room.
All 3 separate units, the main unit and 2 extended units placed together showed very similar readings. The GE product was over 15% wrong with humidity, (they say it's calibrated within 5%).
I also brought the Oregon Scientific units outdoors and checked the humidity against what the National Weather Service reported for the area and it was right on. The GE unit reported 80% humidity in a while the OG units showed 65% as reported by th Nation Weather Service.
They seem more substantial pieces and not toys displaying big LCD numbers and graphics.
These are not expensive compared to really high end humidity measuring devices so i expect inaccuracy and can tolerate inaccuracy within reason. (Unlike the GE sold at target) Therefore this product meets and even exceeds my expectations. I believe it represents honestly what it intends to do for this price range.

4-0 out of 5 stars works
works as advertised, stand that holds it up falls off every other second, additonal sensors are expensive. ... Read more

9. Oregon Scientific PE316CA Pedometer with Calorie Counter
list price: $24.00
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Asin: B00005NN9H
Catlog: Health and Beauty
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 62
Average Customer Review: 3.32 out of 5 stars
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Oregon Scientific's pedometer is an affordable high-techfitness tool packed with functions. It's very lightweight (which isgreat when exercising), and doesn't provide a distraction while theworkout is in progress. Though light, it is still very durable, andonce it's clipped to a waistband there's no need to worry about itslipping off. It computes and displays distance walked, number of stepstaken, calories burned, and time of day--all displayed with backlitillumination of the screen for easy viewing--and measures 2-1/2 by1-1/4 by 1-1/2 inches. This pedometer runs on 2 LR44 batteries. --A.J. Rathbun ... Read more


  • Almost weightless
  • Extremely durable
  • Cliips to your waistband
  • Computes distance walked, number of steps taken
  • Computes calories burned and time of day

Reviews (31)

4-0 out of 5 stars Can't beat the price
I'm recovering from back surgery and wanted a way to know--rather than guess--how close I come to meeting my daily walking goals. This comparatively inexpensive pedometer doesn't achieve perfection, but it does get the job done.

On the up side, it's small, easy to read and includes a user-controlled back light. The belt clip is extremely secure, and the screen displays everything from actual steps walked to total distance and calories burned. It was easy to adjust the stride length and body weight. My steps are tracked accurately with the "sensitivity" slider control set in the middle, rather than all the way to the left as many other reviewers suggest. I have learned that there is a bit of wiggle room on mine--if I count off 20 steps, it might say 19 on one set and 21 on the next. In the long run--I bothered to count all the way to 100 several times--it was spot on.

On the down side, the cover is extraordinarily difficult to open. Difficult as in I have wrestled with it for nearly five minutes just to pop it open. (I now don't close it quite securely. It doesn't fall open.) And I can see some folks might be bothered by the imprecision over short term counting. And for some reason, if I clip it to a pants pocket, rather than on a belt loop or my waist band, it doesn't seem to read anything at all. I have no clue why this is so, but it is a little disapointing.

Considering that every other pedometer I looked at was more than twice the price of this model, I'm astonished at how well it works. Perfectionists will likely prefer a more expensive version, but for short term use, casual interest, easy-going folks or even something to help get the kids more active, you can't go wrong.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great price...Accuracy? Not so much.
The price of this product is what sold me comparing to other pedometers. I bought it being aware of the problems other reviewers have stated. The "happiness" ratio seems about 40% at best. The thumb clip has been problematic but you can work around it. But is that what you want in a product? The biggest flaw I have found is in its accuracy. After several tests of 50 steps the unit averaged being "off" by being over 40 steps...on the lowest sensitivity. Disappointing. I wouldn't mind it being off by being under because I would exercising more and thats good. But this way I feel like its cheating me at the cost of my health. I will continue to use this unit but I will be on the lookout for a new unit. I can not make a recomendation for this product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Sore thumb, yes, but otherwise ginchy
I've had mine for two days and agree with the others about the painful thumb button on the locking mechanism. I just shaved the little plastic catch down a little with an Xacto knife: problem solved.

The step counts seem accurate to me and I haven't noticed any spurious ones while the unit was sitting on a table or anything. I believe there are defective ones out there, but mine seems fine.

I'd recommend it, and I'd recommend shaving or sanding that little plastic ridge down to save the tip of your thumb!

5-0 out of 5 stars It's great!
I bought this item about 3 months ago and LOVE it. I saw some reviews where people complained that it counted steps when they weren't moving and didn't count steps when they were moving. I had some of this trouble too and found that it was usually where I placed the pedometer. You just have to experiment some to find the best place to put it for how you move (including how you move when you're sitting at your desk).

I have tested it out several times to check for accuracy--counting my steps as well as those on my pedometer. This may seem a bit manic, but I manually counted out more than 500 steps in a couple of these times. In all cases, the pedometer was right on with my count (occasionally it was off by one or two steps only).

1-0 out of 5 stars My aching thumb!!!
I'm not sure just how accurate this pedometer is. I've been SITTING in front of my computer since I put it on and it reads 141 steps so far and I have it on the lowest sensitivity level.

More importantly, the tip of my right thumb is killing me from wrestling with the lid to get it open. The release button doesn't push in and release anything. You auctually have to use your thumb to pry it open.

I will try using it tomorrow without closing the lid, but this seems to be a bit ridiculous.

Oh, It now reads 148 steps... ... Read more

10. Oregon Scientific THGR268 Remote Temperature Sensor
list price: $34.99
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Asin: B00005NN9C
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 1696
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Perfect for a garden, greenhouse, wine cellar, or baby's room,this remote, wireless sensor--designed as an add-on for use with anyOregon Scientific cable-free thermo-hygrometer monitor--displays theindoor or outdoor temperature and humidity where it's located and alsoradios the data to the monitor, which is not included. The sensor canbe placed up to 90 feet away from the monitor, and the channel it usescan be selected from among three options, permitting this sensor to beused with two others by the same monitor. It displays temperature ineither Celsius or Fahrenheit, with a range of minus-4 to 140 degrees F.It operates on two AA batteries (which are not included), has alow-battery indicator, measures 4-1/8 by 2-3/4 inches, and can be seton a flat surface with a stand or mounted on a wall (stand and wallmount are included). --Fred Brack ... Read more


  • Remote temperature/humidity sensor for garden, greenhouse, baby's room
  • For use with Oregon Scientific cable-free thermo-hygrometer monitors
  • Displays temperature and humidity; also radios data to monitor (not included)
  • Wireless; operates on two AA batteries (not included)
  • Works up to 90 feet away from monitor

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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Sensor
What makes this sensor so good is that it is wireless! I have not had any trouble using the sensor, works through wood and brick easily. It has a local digital readout so you can also use it for a display where you are monitoring. It mounts handily using two screws, and it is removable from the mounting bracket. I highly recommend this unit. ... Read more

11. Oregon Scientific RMR603HGA Thermo-Hygrometer with Clock
list price: $59.95
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Asin: B0006VBBCO
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 176
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MODEL- RMR603HGAVENDOR- OREGON SCIENTIFICFEATURES- Standard Thermo-Hygrometer with ClockLarge screen displays:- Indoor & outdoor temperature and humidity with 3 trendindications: rising, steady, falling. - Time- Month/Date/Day * Automatically synchronizes with the U.S. Atomic Clock and adjusts forDaylight Savings Time. * Wireless sensor monitors and displays outdoor temperature and humidity. * Multi-channel capability to monitor temperature and humidity in up to 3remote locations (additional sensors required). * Dual-crescendo alarm with snooze* Illuminated with blue HiGlo electro-luminescent backlightf for easynighttime viewing. * Wall mount and desktop display options* Actual size: 5.0" x 4.5" x 2.0" ... Read more


  • Measures 5 by 4-1/2 by 2 inches; can sit on desk or hang on wall
  • Weather station with clock; displays time, date, day, humidity, indoor and outdoor temperatures
  • Large, illuminated LCD screen; wireless monitor; dual-crescendo alarm with snooze
  • Automatically synchronizes with U.S. Atomic Clock and adjusts for Daylight Savings Time
  • Able to monitor temperature in up to 3 remote locations (additional sensors required)

12. Oregon Scientific BHDR619 Modular Personal Ringer (Wireless Doorbell)
list price: $49.95
our price: $39.95
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Asin: B00006J03F
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 4107
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Sleek and handsome, this wireless doorbell features a push-button unit to mount outside any door, along with a ringing unit that can be wall-mounted, set on a table, or carried from room to room so an important delivery is never missed. Three channels allow the user to choose from three distinctive rings. The doorbell features a 100-foot transmission range, volume control, and low battery indicator. The main unit measures 6-1/2 by 2-1/2 by 1-1/4 inches and requires two AA batteries, while the push-button unit measures 4-1/4 by 1 by 1-1/2 inches and requires three AAA batteries.--Ann Bieri ... Read more


  • Modular 2-unit, 3-channel wireless doorbell
  • Push-button unit mounts by any door
  • Main unit/ringer sits on work desk or wall mounts
  • 3 distinctive sounds for channel identification
  • Requires 2 AA and 3 AAA batteries

13. Oregon Scientific BAR888-S Remote Thermometer Cable Free Weather Forecaster with Indoor/Outdoor and ExactSet Clock.
list price: $99.95
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Asin: B0006Q5OTK
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 393
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  • Maximum and minimum temperature memories for main unit and remote sensor. Temperature measuring range +23F to +122F (-5C to +50C).
  • Additional sensors sold seperately
  • Displays Time, Date of week (English/French/Spanish), Alarm time
  • Crescendo Alarm with 2 minutes duration that increases in volumne
  • Automatic synchronization with the US Atomic Clock in Boulder, Colorado

14. Oregon Scientific WMR112SET Cable Free Weather Station
list price: $399.95
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Asin: B00006J046
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 5863
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Everyone from school children to meteorologists will appreciatethis exceptionally high-quality wireless remote weather station. Thethree basic components of the station are a stylish main display unit,which can sit on a desk or mount on a wall; a remote rain gauge,powered by its own small solar transmitter; and a wind gauge(anemometer), also powered by its own solar transmitter. The displayunit comes with two sensors: a thermo-hygrometer for outdoorinstallation, and a baro-thermo-hygrometer for indoor installation.Simultaneous readouts of all the weather station functions are clearlyarrayed on the main unit: barometric pressure, indoor and outdoorrelative humidity, indoor and outdoor temperature, rainfall amount andrate of fall, time and weather alarms, wind speed, wind direction, andwind chill temperature. Graphics of clouds, sun, and rain portray theday's forecast, and a digital compass displays the wind readings.

All compatible components for the weather station can be placed up to300 feet from the main display unit and transmit at 433 MHz. The mainunit measures 7-3/4 by 3-1/4 by 1-1/2 inches, and features a rotatingantenna and push-button automatic-opening control panel on the front.The weather station requires AAA and AA batteries (not included), andcomes with a 12-volt DC adapter. The anemometer requires some assemblyof the wind vane, and should be mounted securely (hardware included),as it can record winds up to 125 miles per hour. Cables attached to therain gauge and anemometer plug into their respective solartransmitters. The weather station is programmable to display readingsin Celsius or Fahrenheit, inches or millimeters, and in five differentlanguages. While a 90-day warranty covers defects, the station shouldgive years of pleasure to weather watchers.--Ann Bieri ... Read more


  • Wireless, remote weather station for home, office, or school
  • Measures air temperature, relative humidity, and barometric pressure
  • Also includes a rain gauge and anemometer (wind speed)
  • Stylish black-and-silver main unit displays readings
  • Radio-controlled calendar clock

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Love it but beware of set up directions
I had purchased this weather station with some hesitancy after reading the reviews of the Oregon Scientific WMR968 weather station. This unit, the WMR112SET, was a newer model but the WMR968 was not reviewed well due, I think, to most folks inability to compensate for errors in the instruction manual. If you follow the set up directions in this manual to the letter you will encounter problems. Only by reading the entire manual did I discover a sentence that states that unless the main control unit is set up last you will wonder why many of the other monitoring units aren't communicating with it for you MUST assemble all the other units and have them operating under power before setting up the main unit so that all readings will appear on it. It took me 3 or 4 hours to figure this out since the very first set up section in the manual concerning the anemometer tells you to use the main control unit to adjust the anemometer and then set up the other sensing units. You can't do that. You have to set up all the sensor units first before powering up the main control unit and then make your adjustments to the anemometer. Having stated that this was somewhat frustrating to set up, once it was set up it worked like a charm. I really enjoy this weather station. It works well and my advice is to set all of the units up on a table and give the sensors some time to adjust themselves and communicate. For me that time was a few minutes. The indoor and outdoor sensor's readings were initially way off sitting side by side on the table subjected to the same temperature and relative humidity but they eventually ended up reading the same after about 5 to 10 minutes. You do need a compass to accurately set the anemometer and the tiny set screws pictured in the directions on the wind speed and wind direction parts are hidden under some plugs that aren't described in the directions and that must be removed with a needle or pin to get to the screws. The directions could be clearer but I am satisified with this station. However, I'm someone who will tinker with something until it works correctly. Now I have to admit the the fact that this weather station is wireless and needed no holes drilled through the outside of your home held great appeal to me as did the solar powered rain and wind gauges. Everything has battery backup, too. The readings all appear to be accurate as well. The atomic clock feature and weather forecast and alarm functions mean that this is really the only source needed most weather conditions. The station also has many functions not discussed in the editorial review here such as dew point for example. I'd recommend that you purchase this if you want an attractive, accurate weather station and you don't mind spending a few hours setting it up. Set up time could be under 30 minutes if the documentation was better. Oregon Scientific does provide you with a technical support number if you have problems. I put the unit together without calling them but you may need to do so if the directions confuse you. I only gave this weather station a four out of five star rating because of the set up instructions. After that set up you should pleased with the results that you get for many years to come. ... Read more

15. Oregon Scientific HR102 Heart Rate Monitor
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00005NNBW
Catlog: Health and Beauty
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 648
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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A handy little digital trainer, this heart-rate monitor fromOregon Scientific helps pace, optimize, and tailor a workout. Used witha wireless, 2-ounce chest-band transmitter, the monitor delivers quickand accurate heart-rate readings in a continuous display. You can alsoestablish upper and lower heart-rate bounds and set an alarm to go offif you end up outside the range. The monitor's sporty band iscomfortable, and the large LCD screen features a scroll-through menufor the clock, stopwatch, and alarm modes. The unit weighs just over anounce and features a five-second blue backlight and a power-savingsleep mode. It's even water-resistant up to 30 meters. OregonScientific includes a zip-shut carrying case and a convenient handlebarmount. --Emily Bedard ... Read more


  • Displays heart rate continuously
  • Heart-rate alarm helps you stay in optimum zone
  • Watch includes time, month, day, date, and stopwatch HiGlo blue backlight and programmable alarm
  • Includes carrying pouch and handlebar mount
  • Includes carrying pouch and bicycle or exercise mount

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Works well but strap is too big
I used to have a Polar heart monitor but lost the watch. I decided to go with this model because it's less expensive. I have an average women's size body and the adjustable strap that goes around your chest is too big for me. Since the smallest that the strap adjusts to is too big, I have it adjusted with a bunch of the strap material flopping around on my back (I didn't have this problem with Polar). It's annoying and will require a sewing experiment some time soon. The heart monitor part works well though. Mine came with a neato bag and bike or exercise equipment holder for the transmitter (watch). ... Read more

16. Oregon Scientific Thermo-Hygrometer with Indoor/Outdoor Display
list price: $29.95
our price: $24.88
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Asin: B00006J03K
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 981
Average Customer Review: 3.43 out of 5 stars
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This multifunctional device displays the temperatureand relative humidity for either indoor or outdoor locations. Perfectfor indoor use in greenhouses, wine cellars, cigar humidors, orjust monitoring household conditions, this thermo-hygrometer has anindoor temperature-measuring range of 23 to 122 degrees F (0 to 50degrees C). For gardeners or those living in areas of extremetemperatures, outdoor readings are taken from the includedweather-resistant probe that hangs out a closed window via a 12-foot wire. Theprobe has an outdoor measuring range between -58 to 158 degrees F (-50to 70 degrees C). This instrument also measures humidity between 2 percent and98 percent and has icons that indicate whether conditionsare wet, dry, or comfortable. A memory recall function records thehighs and lows for both temperature and humidity and displays them atthe push of a button. The jumbo display makes reading easy to seefrom a great distance. Measuring 4 by 4-1/2 inches, this humiditymonitor and digital thermometer mounts to a wall or stands on a tableand runs on one AAA battery (included). --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more


  • Displays indoor or outdoor temperature and humidity
  • Memory recalls high and low temperatures and humidity
  • Jumbo easy-to-read display from a distance
  • Includes 12-foot cable with probe for outdoor readings
  • AAA battery included

Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars Accurate Enough (How to Calibrate an Hygrometer)
My unit reads 4% low, which is about par for an inexpensive hygrometer. The digits are readable across the room, however, and I can subtract 4 in my head.

You can check the accuracy of your hygrometer as follows:

Take a big bottle cap full of salt (a teaspoon or two) and add a few drops of water to it. You want a stiff paste, not liquid salt. Put your hygrometer and salt-laden bottle cap into a tupperware container and seal it up. (Make sure that you can read the hygrometer through the walls of the container without opening the lid.) Leave everything alone and sealed for 24 hours (while the air inside the container settles). A properly calibrated hygromter will read exactly 75%.

5-0 out of 5 stars a must for piano owners
I'm a professional piano technician, and I would strongly recommend this product for piano owners. Pianos suffer damage when exposed to temperature and humidity changes, and this product helps to monitor that. If you are getting wide swings in either number, you should either move the piano or make adjustments to your HVAC setup.

1-0 out of 5 stars Description is misleading
I bought this thinking that it would show the outside humidity which is very important where I live.

It does not. It only gives indoor/outdoor temperatures and INDOOR HUMIDITY. Since most people don't have a problem with the indoor humidity this info is not worth much.

It seems like they intentionally worded a misleading description on this product. Any indication of trying to mislead the consumer gets ONE Star in my book.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good product
I purchased this one as a last resort to the 4 I previously purchased from Radio Shack.

I breed snakes, and I need to know exactly what the temperature and humidity is inside the incubator. Unlike the Radio Shack versions (which were cheaper), this gives an accurate measurement of both temp and humidity levels.

The display is large enough to read from a distance, so I don't have to get out my glasses to read the numbers. It's a good quality product for the money.

1-0 out of 5 stars Sorry I bought it . . .
Hygrometer is very inaccurate - shows humidity at less than 50% in Virginia in the middle of July on days you sweat just sticking your head out the door. At the same time, it shows the humidity inside a nice, comfy air-conditioned house as about the same. The thermometer is ok, but 50% is a failing grade where I come from . . . ... Read more

17. Oregon Scientific WW338 2.4 GHz Digital Expandable Cordless Phone with Weather Station and Alarm Clock

our price: $118.99
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Asin: B0007PG5AC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 20463
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Oregon Scientific (WW338) Weather DECT Telephone ... Read more


  • Handset speakerphone; headset compatible
  • 2.4 GHz digital signal; real-time weather display and forecast
  • Expandable to 4 handsets and 3 weather sensors, 1 of each included
  • Caller ID/call waiting, 40-call memory; 50-station phonebook
  • Clock with dual alarms, snooze feature

18. OREGON SCIENTIFIC RMR602A Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer With Self-Setting Clock

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Asin: B00026733E
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 1309
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  • Dual alarm settings
  • Large LCD screen displays indoor and outdoor temperature, as well as humidity
  • Outdoor temperature range from -25 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Remote sensor has up to 100 foot transmission range
  • Wall mount or desktop display options

19. Oregon Scientific WGR968 Wireless Anemometer
list price: $129.95
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Asin: B00006J044
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 17008
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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For enthusiasts of sailing, hang-gliding, kite flying, or forcoastal dwellers, this anemometer measures wind speed and direction soyou can assess if the conditions are right for your activity. Themeasuring range for wind speed goes up to 125 miles per hour and forwind direction is between 0 and 359 degrees. The unit also displayswind chill temperature between –99 degrees C to 70 degrees F. Theaccuracy rate of wind speed measurements is plus or minus 0.4 miles perhour and, in steady wind conditions, the anemometer transmits new datato the display once every minute. Powered by a solar transmitter, theanemometer also comes with two 1.5-volt batteries for backup power andoffers 433 MHz wireless transmission up to 300 feet. This unit iscompatible with other Oregon Scientific wireless weather stationproducts and is covered by a 90-day warranty. --CristinaVaamonde ... Read more


  • Measures wind speed up to 125 mph
  • Measures wind direction up to 359 degrees
  • Compatible with Oregon Scientific's wireless weather station
  • 433 MHz wireless transmission up to 300 feet
  • Powered by solar transmitter; two 1.5-volt batteries included for backup

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars Not mentioned in description
Note, that I have not used the product yet. These are just -out-of-the-box impressions. The description states that it is "Compatible with Oregon Scientific's wireless weather station". However, be warned that you MUST own that unit.
The WGR968 is ONLY a transmitter and completely worthless unless you have the weather station.
Also, (sarcasm warning) could they have printed the manual using a SMALLER type style? It is printed in english, french, spanish,german, but only for people with VERY good eye sight.

5-0 out of 5 stars Anemometer review
Have had this unit for about 10 months and it has performed great. Easy to set up, and provides accurate readings. The wireless feature is great, given the need to get the unit at least 20 feet above any surrounding obsticals. The unit is solid and has had no problems. A good unit for the price. If you are considering an anemometer, keep in mind that it must be located well above any buildings so the wind is not affected by the wind deflection of roofs, trees etc. Thus, the biggist problem can be getting the unit high enough on a solid mounting. Mine is on a 35'high 2" pipe, secured to the side of the house, and well grounded.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Weather Tool
Snow and cold. Combine the cold with wind and you have yourself a low wind chill factor. This unit measures windspeed and then sends the info to the main unit (which you must purchase separately). The unit combines the outdoor temperature with the windspeed and automatically calculates wind chill. It works wonderfully and really comes in handy before heading off to work. It is solar powered with a battery backup, so make sure you have chosen the proper area in which to place the unit. I'm a weather buff, so of course I love it! ... Read more

20. Oregon Scientific BAA182HG Digital Weather Forecaster
list price: $59.95
our price: $21.99
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Asin: B0003O9CEI
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Oregon Scientific
Sales Rank: 274
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This inconspicuous digital weather forecaster can be mounted anywhere. An internal sensor detects indoor temperature and humidity, while a remote 433-MHz cable-free thermo-hygrometer reports outdoor temperature and humidity within a 100-foot range. Temperatures are displayed in Fahrenheit or Celsius. A memory recall function records temperature and humidity highs and lows, and displays them at the push of a button. Programmable alarms ring when a particular temperature is reached. A happy face icon appears if indoor humidity is at a comfortable level. Trend indicators for temperature, humidity, and air pressure signal changes in weather within 12 to 24 hours, or indicate the weather pattern is holding steady. Additionally, four weather forecast icons--sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy, and rainy--predict conditions for the next 24 hours. The unit also operates as a digital clock with dual alarms. This forecaster can gather information from up to three remote sensors (one included). Four AA batteries are required to power the main unit, and another two to run the remote sensor. Oregon Scientific covers this gadget under a 12-month warranty. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more


  • Shows 24-hour weather forecast with graphical icons
  • Displays indoor/outdoor temperature and humidity; records minimum/maximum values
  • Temperature, humidity, and pressure trend indicators
  • Accepts readings from up to 3 remote thermo-hygrometers
  • Digital clock with dual alarms; 12-month warranty

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