W-8682-MKii Wireless weather station
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Watson W-8682-MKii Wireless weather station

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£69.95
12 Months 14.9% APR
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The W-8682-MKII is a wireless weather station that requires no connecting cable between the LCD monitor and the remote weather sensors. The range depends upon local obstructions but the normal 100m range will satisfy most requirements. The time and date are locked to the German DCF longwave atomic standard signal (can be received from UK) so the time is always correct. This weather station offers amazing value and comes with everything you need to set it up in the garden. All hardware is included and the only items you need to sup- ply are a short mast to attach the supplied stub mast and sensor assembly, 3 x AA cells for the LCD panel and 2 x AA cells for the outside transmitter.

The LCD display has five keys for easy operation and allows comprehensive adjustment and correction for your location. It can also display historic data and within the menu you can select imperial or metric values. It also fea- tures an alarm that can be triggered by data sensors in extreme weather conditions.