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Oregon Scientific WMR86 Complete Home Weather Station

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  • 12-24 hours weather forecast: sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy, rainy, snowy
  • Indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity in up to 3 locations
  • Displays wind speed, direction and chill
  • User selectable altitude and display in mb/hPa or mmhg
  • Backlight feature for easy viewing

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Oregon Scientific WMR86 Complete Home Weather Station + Oregon Scientific THGR810 Thermometer & Humidity Sensor For WMR100 + Oregon Scientific THWR800 Wireless Floating Temperature Sensor
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  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 9.4 x 18 cm ; 599 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.8 Kg
  • Batteries 7 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: LWS1181511411001
  • ASIN: B005NGWN4C
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 16 Sep 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 81,600 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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The perfect addition to your home, this wireless weather station provides you all the weather data you need at a reasonable price. It is ideal for those who do not want to get into PC conectivity. At a glance you’ll see the forecast, time, wind speed & direction, indoor & outdoor temperature & humidity, barometric pressure , and rainfall reading with bar graphs.

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The WMR-86 weather station from Oregon provides dailyupdates on weather conditions with information on the insidetemperature, atmospheric pressure, humidity levels, wind speed anddirection and rainfall levels. It even displays heat indexes, dew points and lunar phases. With support for up to three sensors, the WMR-86 has a wireless range of up to 100 metres.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jerry on 6 Jan 2014
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Easy to set up and simple to read. However, my main complaint is about how you access information. You need to press the select button to scroll a little triangle from area to area on the readout. But the triangle is quite small, and definitely too hard for an older person to see. Once you have the little triangle in the right place, you can then use the other buttons to access different information. For me, max/min temperature is of interest - and is relatively easy to access (press select until you are in the temp. area; press up/down arrows to select indoor or outdoor sensor; press max/min button to scroll through max, min and current temp. One long press to reset memory). But why is the barometer, rainfall and UV measurement all in one area? This means you can't see both at the same time, and need to do more scrolling to access either.

So in all, for me, it is pretty good - but I wish they had thought a little about which information should be visible constantly on the screen - and made the little 'select' triangle a lot bigger!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By David from Rutland on 3 Mar 2013
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This is a solid professional weather station which comes complete with external temperature sensor, rain gauge, and anemometer. Setting up is easy with well-explained instructions and data are reliably transmitted over distances of fifty metres. The clock remains accurate to the second. Any future product should include a sunrise and sunset facility.
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The class 3 mode of wireless transmission seems totally reliable. I have not had a single break in indications or need to reset over the several weeks I have been using it. This is unlike another comparable (Watson) weather station I purchased at similar cost some years ago. Like all weather stations, the Oregon one appears to take only changes in barometric pressure into account when forecasting. I'd describe the forecasts as very generally correct (but you may wish to take an umbrella anyway!) Disadvantages include the need to cycle through the indications to obtain all the information required. Also it requires many batteries. If you want the outdoor ones to over-winter reliably, lithium cells need to be purchased. Still, they last a long time and the costs are coming down. I particularly liked the integration of the anemometer and wind direction vane. The construction seems man enough for the job and well sealed against wind and rain.The rain gauge is separate and requires separate mounting. So is the temperature and humidity unit, but I was pleased to be able to put it in an out-of the way location, well protected from direct wind and rain. If you have the display unit on a low table, you may find the contrast and viewing angle poor, a defect with many LCD type screens. Overall though, I am pleased with the purchase and the display unit seems reasonably neat and harmonious in domestic surroundings. I have always had good experiences with Oregon Scientific equipment.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By MR D K Howells on 18 July 2013
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I am pleased with this system and had it set up pretty quickly. I just wish I would read the wind speed in knots and that it came with a pressure sensor. Otherwise very good.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By SueG on 5 April 2013
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This item is okay but not too clear, have to have it close to the eye to see the reading properly. Very neat and does what it say's.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr S ROWELL on 2 Jun 2014
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Having had an Oregon Scientific external/internal temperature gauge for some years I wanted something to measure wind speed/direction and rainfall (without having to go outside and empty the gauge) I bought a system from a well known UK High Street Electronics group (M****n) and was misled by the salesman as to it's capabilities. Being very pleased with the Oregon I had and not wanting to spend £3-400 on a specialist bit of kit I decided to go for the Oregon WMR86. I didn't need it to talk to the computer as I am quite capable of writing things down (at the moment). It worked straight out of the box and I can reset the temperature and wind speed recorder each day (usually midnight for my records). I do however, have one niggle, to change the values, i.e. m.p.h. - km.h -imperial - metric - barometric pressure values etc. you are told to press a button. NO-WHERE does it tell you where this damn button is. It is behind the cover of the base unit, marked in VERY SMALL writing... you'll need your glasses, trust me! Apart from that I am pleased with it, it stood up to storm force winds during a hail re-inforced thunderstorm and measures everything accurately. I'm just dreading having to replace batteries in the wind and rain guages as they are on the roof and I have no head for heights, thank goodness for someone else who'll get up there to fix it in place.
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By M.M. on 1 July 2014
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This unit was purchased to replace a previous Oregon device which unfortunately perished when a batch of cheap Chinese batteries decided to leak spectacularly and eat away the terminals (Cautionary tale there folks...stick to a good brand of battery !)
Essentially pleased with this device - Main information I wanted was the temperature, humidity and barometric pressure. The rain gauge is interesting, as we get a lot of it in Lancashire. Not yet set up the anemometer, as unless you live out in open country with enough room for uninterrupted 360° wind flow, or are prepared to go up and mount it on the roof (Which I'm not...Don't do ladders !), then it will struggle to be accurate.
Good value at the price I paid on Amazon
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