Digital Weather Station plus Portable Weather Alert NOAA Radio with S.A.M.E. 08580 / 08575
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Weather the day with confidence with your own weather and weather prediction information – pinpoint accuracy right from your own backyard. The AcuRite Digital Weather Station uses patented Self-Calibrating Technology to provide your personal forecast of 12 to 24 hour weather conditions. Self-Calibrating Forecasting is generated from weather data measured by a sensor in your yard - giving you the most accurate forecast available for your exact location. The outdoor sensor features powerful wireless technology, a weather-resistant design and an integrated hanger for easy mounting.
Tune in to emergency alerts, storm alerts, tornadoes, floods, disasters, amber alerts and public announcements with the AcuRite Portable Emergency Weather Alert NOAA Radio. This handy radio is digitally tuned to NOAA Weather Radio (NWR), providing continuous weather information including warnings, watches, forecasts, tornadoes, floods and all hazards 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Sounds a loud alert siren when emergency conditions occur. Specific Area Message Encoding (S.A.M.E.) ensures you will only receive advisories, watches and warnings that are intended for your specific location. Warnings relevant to your local area scroll across the backlit LCD display and color-coded LED's indicate alert type. AC power docking station included for at-home use, with portable battery-operated option while on the go or during power outages. Setup is simple. Power on the radio and you are ready to receive emergency alerts - there are no subscription fees or other costs. It's more than accurate, it's AcuRite.
NOAA Weather Alert Radio Features:
Digital Display Features:
Wireless Outdoor Sensor Features:
Display: 7.3" H x 7.8" W x 3.3" D
Handheld Radio: 7.5" H x 2.3" W x 1.5" D
Outdoor Sensor: 4.8" H x 1.6" W x .9" D
Outdoor Temperature Range: -40º to 158º F, -40º C to 70º C
Temperature Accuracy: +/- 2°
Outdoor Humidity Range: 1% to 99% RH
Humidity Accuracy: +/- 5%
RF (wireless) Range: 330' (100m)
NOAA RF (wireless) Range: Up to 50 Miles
Power: 4.5V DC adapter (included), 8 AA batteries (not included)
Download Quick Start Guide: AcuRite Weather Alert Radio with Specific Area Messaging 08580 / 08575 [PDF]
Download User Manual: AcuRite Weather Station Plus Weather Alert Radio 08580 / 08575 [PDF]
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Only one issue with it so far. Review by Wayne
A great little unit that is sure to wake you! Has a nice display and seems as accurate my 1035 Weather Station. I have had it for close to a year now and the only thing to fail on it was the alarm clock function. If it wasn't for that, I would have given it 5 stars. (Posted on 4/16/13)
So far I'm quite happy Review by elslyfox
So far I have been quite happy with the product. The only thing about it that bothers me is that unless you are viewing the lcd screen from just the right angle, it's impossible to see the numbers and since it tips back, you have to raise up out of bed to read the time & temp unless you reach up and tip the unit forward.
(Posted on 9/24/12)
Awesome Review by Ed
This thing is great up north - my grandson is OBSESSED with weather/storms..... he loves it! Probably going to have to bring it home for the winter. (Posted on 9/6/12)
Outstanding value Review by Jeff
This is a very nice, high performing weather station (which includes humidity as well as advanced "learning" weather models for improved forecast accuracy), and a very good weather radio with S.A.M.E. technology. You can select what types of alerts will actually trigger an alert. However, the radio is always powered ON, whether it's in the base (using AC power), or out of the base (using batteries). It's always ON and there's no way to turn it OFF. You can silence any alert once it sounds though.
(Posted on 6/27/12)
Excellent - highly recommend Review by Janice
Great little weather station! Just setup and it works. The NOAA feature is loud enough to wake the household - we had it go off during the middle of the night when hail and storms came in. (Posted on 4/4/12)