Personal Weather Station with Atomic Clock TE388W-M display indoor and outdoor temperature, day, date and 12 to 24 hour weather forecast with cloud icons. The clock automatically sets itself to the US Atomic Clock and has a programmable alarm with snooze function. Selectable 12 or 24 hour time format.
This desk or wall mountable unit has a programmable ice warning alarm and min/max memory for temperature. The day can be displayed in English, Spanish, French, German or Italian. Expandable to monitor up to three locations with the addition of up to two additional remote temperature sensors, sold separately.
Includes a single remote temperature sensor with range of up to 213 feet (65m). Requires two AA type batteries for the main unit and two AA batteries for the remote sensor. Batteries not included. Suggested operating temperature range is -40F to 122F (-40C to +50C) if using lithium type batteries.
Reviewed by 3 customers
I returned the first one I bought because the sensor doesn't communicate with the main unit. Same problem for the second set received last week.
easily picks remout sensor from 50 ft from a car and thru 2 walls
I am a huge fan of atomic clocks and watches for decades now and am still wondering why they are not way more popular here in the United States. There are more than a dozen such devices around my house, and many more have been had before that. I recently ordered two of these for what seemed to be a good price. And to this day neither one of them would synch with the remote sensor, and one does not even synch the time coming out of Colorado. I wouldn't write this if I had any less experience with such radio controlled clocks and watches, and I also wouldn't assume it's a bad product if only a single one doesn't work. But this is a double fail and a rare total disappointment and waste of money. And even if it worked flawlessly, the viewing angle of the display is horrible, easy misreadings will happen or one won't even be able to read it at all from some perspectives. Never had such a bad product, it shouldn't even be on the market.