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Ambient Weather WS-1090 Wireless Home Weather Station

Posted in Weather Stations by Conner Flynn on November 15th, 2010

If you are seriously a weather nut, you’ll want to check out the Ambient Weather WS-1090 Wireless Home Weather Station. It’s a compact, easy to install, complete wireless (915 MHz) home weather station with impressive reliability at a low cost.

The WS-1080 weather station will measure wind speed, wind direction, temperature and humidity (both inside and outside), rainfall and barometric pressure. It also calculates dew point and wind chill. What doesn’t it do? The device features a touchscreen console that displays a wide range of parameters in an easy-to-read format. This is basically a weather man in a box. It can be placed on a desktop or mounted onto a wall.

Star Wars weather forecast

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on December 20th, 2009

Geeks don’t understand all kinds of fancy weather talk. We don’t know what precipitation means, or barometric pressure, or wind chill. Just make it easy by telling us in Star Wars terms what’s going on outside. That we understand.

If it’s snowing, it’s like Hoth. If it is hot as hell out, it’s like Tatooine. Easy. That’s the idea behind Tom Scott’s Star Wars Weather Forecast. Weather made easy. Besides it’s good to know when you might have to crawl inside a Tauntaun for warmth.

Weather Mate: Portable emergency weather info

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on February 1st, 2009

Weather Mate: Portable emergency weather infoThis one is a great device for the adventurer, whether you are on the high seas, trekking through swampland, or in the jungle. Bear Grylls will definitely want to get one of these. It’s called the Weather Mate and comes from designer Samuel Jones. It’s an emergency weather radio that will automatically notify you of a flood, high winds, storms, tornadoes and other weather conditions that can potentially harm you.

The device is easy-to-navigate and though it looks alien, features a 6-LED flashlight, a full spectrum of NOAA weather frequencies, LCD Screen, circuit board, radio receiver and a speaker. It can be powered by a battery or it can run off of the dynamo by winding the rear crank handle.

iLuv’s iMM183 dual dock iPod alarm clock also does the weather

Posted in iLuv by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2009

iLuv’s iMM183 dual dock iPod alarm clock also does the weatheriLuv is on a roll. Seems like every time you turn around, they have a new alarm clock of some kind, but they’ve been saving the best for CES. Today they announced the iMM183 Hi-Fi Dual Dock Alarm Clock with Weather Band Radio.

It will charge twin iPods and iPhone 3Gs while giving you NOAA emergency alerts, letting you know if Tornadoes or other natural disasters are on the way, so you can run to safety. After grabbing your charged iPhone of course. It also sports an auxiliary input for non-Apple devices.

Weather Forecasting watch from Oregon Scientific

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on June 24th, 2008

Weather Forecasting watch from Oregon Scientific
The Meteo Watch from Oregon Scientific will have the weather on your wrist whenever you need it. Unlike others, it doesn’t download weather from the air-waves, instead, it measures barometric pressure trends. This gives it a fairly accurate forecast for 12 to 24 hours in the future. And it’s not totally ugly either.

It’s got a reverse LCD display that displays one of 4 icons that include sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy and rainy. It also has a stopwatch function that goes up to 60 hours should you need one. Aside from that, there’s the typical calendar, alarm, and backlight, plus it’s water resistant up to 30 meters. You can get one for $69.99.

Rain Forecasting Umbrella for Mary Poppins types

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on April 16th, 2008

Rain Forecasting Umbrella for Mary Poppins types
Unless you own an old bowler hat, umbrellas really don’t go with anything. They’re just not very stylish, unless you are one Mary Poppins. Unfortunately umbrellas are pretty necessary if you want to stay dry. But weather is unpredictable. You often don’t know when an umbrella is required.

That’s where this concept umbrella from Materious comes in handy. It has an LCD handle that indicates the weather status by displaying different colored lights. White lighting indicates a sunny day and blue light indicates light rains. A dark blue hue indicates heavy showers. It can do this because the hub that the umbrella rests on gets it’s info through WiFi. You’ll always know when you should bring your umbrella with you.