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WATSON W-8681 BRILLIANT WIRELESS WEATHER STATION

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£68.95

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WATSON W-8681 BRILLIANT WIRELESS WEATHER STATION

WATSON W-8681 BRILLIANT WIRELESS WEATHER STATION

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This new weather station has just been released and offers more features than any other similar product, and all at an amazing price. Everything you need is included in the box other than 4 AA cells. You even get a short support mast and clamps to attach the assembled sensors to. There is a generous amount of cable to interconnect the sensors to each other, BUT YOU NEED NO CABLE back to the LCD control console that you use indoors,. That is the beauty of wireless control. You can mount the sensors up to 50m away from the LCD panel and not a cable in sight! The lovely LCD panel is large and is touch conrolled. That's right, you even get a comprehensive touch screen for the price! Customers are bowled over when they look at what they get for the money. Just imagine being able to see all the weather parametrs on a screen that is not tethered by cable. You can take the panel around the house and use in any room you like. Features No cable connection needed to LCD Monitor Touch LCD screen Atomic locked Date & Time Indoor / Outdoor temperature Wind speed and direction Rain gauge Indoor / Outdoor humidity Barometer with pressure trend data Forecaster and weather alarm USB connection to PC PC software control and data programme Historical data storage and recall 4 x AA cells required for LCD and 2 x AA for the transmitter What's in the box! 23 x 14.5 x 3.5cm LCD touch screen and monitor Wind speed sensor Wind durection sensor Rain gauge Outside temperature / humidity sensor with transmit module Cable harnes to connect sensors to transmitter Mounting arms for sensors and hardware Short stub mounting mast USB cable CD with PC software and operating manual

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