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Wireless Weather Watcher.

by Richard

The 5-Day Wireless Weather Watcher (it says Wireless Weather Forecaster on the site, and Wireless Weather Watcher on the box and manual, so I picked one) is a new product from Brookstone that has made my life just a little simpler for the past week or so that I’ve had it sitting on my desk. It’s filled with easy to read, glanceable information for the current day and the next 4 days. It uses standard icons that represent rain, partly cloudiness, thunderstorms, sunniness and more. The Weather Watcher also shows you the high and low temperatures for the day, current temperature, and the current time. When you turn it on for the first time, it automatically picks up the weather where you are and the weather readings for 4 nearby cities, which you can flip through using a button on the side of the unit.

The Weather Watcher has a stand that allows it to be propped up on your desk, and even contains a magnet so that you can stick it to any metal surface if you’d like. It’s $85 and available at any Brookstone retail store, or from their website. I like it a lot, and am finding that it’s a great device to have around.

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2 Responses to “Wireless Weather Watcher.”

  1. Pat Says:

    I received a Brookstone weather watcher for a gift. I like it but for my Kentucky zip code they list the local area as Springfield IL. The local 5 cities are BIS, Bismark, DLH Duluth, GRD Green Bay , JEF Jefferson City. On Ambient web site they list Louisville, 125 miles, Nashville 135 miles and St Louis 225 miles from here. It feels to me that they may have had a stratagy to give me far away meaningless readings so I would jump for the $6.95 monthly premium. Just looking for any similar experiences.
    Pat

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