Oregon Scientific’s TimeLight adds a twist of color to weather forecasting. On a sunnd day the corresponding icon glows in bright red. On a rainy day, the icon is a gloomy purple. The wireless sensor gives you both the inside and outside temperatures once you place it outdoors. The crescendo alarm wakes you up gradually, and it projects its data onto your ceiling, automatically illuminating when the lights go out. Roll over for the key features.

Oregon Scientific TimeLight Projection Clock with Color LCD costs around $100.

– Forecasts the weather 12 to 24 hours in advance using color-changing graphical icons: – Sunny–Red/Orange, Partly Cloudy–Pink, Cloudy–Turquoise, Rainy–Purple, Snowy–Green
– Displays indoor and outdoor temperature readings
– Displays and stores daily high/low memory for indoor and outdoor temperature measurements
– Indoor temperature range: 23°F to 122°F (–5°C to 50°C)
– Outdoor temperature range: -22°F to 140°F (–30°C to 60°C)
– Projection feature displays Atomic time, outdoor temperature and alarm status
– Touch key technology
– Projection automatically turns on depending on room brightness
– 180° projection rotation
– Automatically sets itself to the U.S. Atomic Clock and adjusts for Daylight Saving Time
– Features crescendo alarm with 8-minute snooze
– Features 12/24-hour format clock with calendar in 5 languages—English, French, German, Italian or Spanish
– LED backlight for easy viewing in lowlight conditions
– Included sensor wirelessly transmits weather data from up to 100 feet (30 meters) away
– Batteries included: three AAA (main unit) and one AA (sensor)
– 4.5V AC adapter included
– Dimensions : 4.78L × 4.57H × 2.29D inches

Source : NewLaunches

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