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Oregon BA900 Crystal Weather Station

Oregon Scientific is launching a new clock and weather station that operates as a 24-hour weather forecaster. While Oregon already has an established line-up of weather forecasting gadgets in various guises, it says the BA900 Crystal Weather Station is its first with a particular focus on design. Oregon says this is the world’s first weather station with laser-engraved 3D icons illuminated by coloured lights.

The Crystal Weather Station has a radio-controlled clock that wirelessly synchronises with broadcasts from the official atomic clock so the user never has to remember to reset the clock at he start and end of British Summer Time or when taking the Crystal Weather Station abroad.

The BA900's translucent display shows 3D cloud, rain orsun icons depending on the forecast for the next 24 hours. It can also instantly tell the current indoor temperature. TWhen the owner waves their hand in front of the motion sensor the Weather Station switches between time and temperature modes.


The BA Crystal Weather Station will be available from September, priced at £130 inc VAT.

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