Atomic Clock and Weather Station

Atomic Clock and Weather Station

The beautiful Sharper Image Hadrons Atomic Clock and Weather Station ($50) is pretty much like an advanced version of the Weather Cube.

Sophisticated-looking and supremely accurate, the Hadrons™ desktop clock automatically receives the time and date from the U.S. Atomic Clock in Fort Collins, Colorado. Its easy-to-read 2 1/2-inch backlit LCD screen shows seconds, day of the week, signal-strength indicator and the time zone. It has an alarm with five-minute snooze. Also features a dual LCD with weather station that displays forecast icons, indoor °F/°C temperature, humidity and 6-hour barometric pressure history on an illuminated screen. Runs on 4 AAA batteries (order separately). Measures 4.4″ x 9.4″ x 1.3″. Weighs 23.8 oz.

(Via 7Gadgets)

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3 Responses to “Atomic Clock and Weather Station”

  1. This is one of the best looking & cleanest clock design styles I’ve ever seen! I sincerely would like to see this re-issued with a dual time zone display in a 12/24 hour format (local & utc capable for ham radio ops), ac operation with battery backup and an outdoor transmitter to display outdoor temp instead of indoor!!! Blessings! Will,

  2. Some good ideas you have there Will, I totally agree.

  3. No where in the Sharper Image Hadrons Atomic Clock & Weatherstation instructions does it tell you how to shut off the alarm when it goes off! Also, setting the alarm and using the backlight features is a total PAIN because it’s all on the back of the clock and tiny little buttons that aren’t intuitive to use. Any help? Am I doing something wrong??

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