Wireless 7-Day Weather Forecaster

Wireless 7-Day Weather Forecaster

This wireless weather is running on a free wireless network spanning the continental USA, said to “work virtually anywhere and requires no set-up”.

The 7-Day Weather Forecaster gives you a weeks worth of detailed weather predictions from AccuWeather.com. You get continuous display of weather forecast data for 150 U.S. locations from AccuWeather.com — no PC or internet connection required.

Now you can always know daily high and low temperature, precipitation, wind speed and direction, UV index, pollen, and air qualiity alerts. The Back-light changes color to indicate temperature at a glance. Use your Forecaster on a table or desk (stand included), or on a wall (hook-compatible). No sensors or setup required.

Wireless 7-Day Weather Forecaster

Features:

  • Provides 7-Days Worth of Weather Forecasts from AccuWeather.com
  • Pollen and air quality alerts
  • Easy to use, no setup or sensors required
  • Glanceable color shifting backlight indicates the temperature
  • Auto-synchronized clock – never needs setting
  • Put an AccuWeather.com forecast anywhere you need it
  • Uses 4 AA Batteries (not included)
  • Comes with optional 120V AC Power Adapter
  • Product Dimensions – 7.75″ x 7.75″ x .75″

The Wireless 7-Day Weather Forecaster measures, 7.75 x 7.75 x .75 inches, uses 4 x AA batteries and is available from ThinkGeek for $199.99.

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One Response to “Wireless 7-Day Weather Forecaster”

  1. Hi – I noticed when looking sideways at the LCD display of this unit, you can see the word “PRECIPITATION” in the lower left corner along with % signs along the bottom for each slot, “6AM”, “9AM” “NOON”, “3PM” and “5PM”….also what looks like the picture of a moon and stars (it is right above the large TODAY cloud in the picture of the unit on this page). Is this some kind of moon phase display?

    No manual or information I could find anywhere on the web talks about these features, no mention made on accuweather.com I could find, and there appears to be no button to activate them.

    Any idea what that is all about? Thanks!

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