Oregon Scientific EW92 Radio controlled alarm clock with outdoor wireless sensor and ice alert £4.98 instore at Morrisons - HotUKDeals
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Reduced to clear instore, still say £9.98 on the box but scans at £4.98. Ideal as it has an ice alert so you know if you are going to have to scrape the car before even getting up.
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#1
lol ice alert...pointless
#2
Just look out the window, no?
#3
royals
lol ice alert...pointless

holmesgroove
Just look out the window, no?


Most of these gadgets display a warning symbol to show it's freezing so I agree not really a feature that needs to be in the deal title; but it seems a bit petty to complain...

Just having the outside temperature is quite useful I find; you can easily see if it's raining or snowing but without opening a window it's not so easy to tell how warm it is...

My alarm clock goes the whole hog with a barometer and rain sensor so I can start think of excuses for staying home before I even get out of bed...
#4
wombat6025
royals
lol ice alert...pointless

holmesgroove
Just look out the window, no?


Most of these gadgets display a warning symbol to show it's freezing so I agree not really a feature that needs to be in the deal title; but it seems a bit petty to complain...

Just having the outside temperature is quite useful I find; you can easily see if it's raining or snowing but without opening a window it's not so easy to tell how warm it is...

My alarm clock goes the whole hog with a barometer and rain sensor so I can start think of excuses for staying home before I even get out of bed...


Who's complaining here? I just added a contrary view to this 'ideal' product. I'd rather save the money, go outside and check whether I need to scrape my car windows, and indeed put warmer clothes on for the day. Cheers
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holmesgroove

Who's complaining here? I just added a contrary view to this 'ideal' product. I'd rather save the money, go outside and check whether I need to scrape my car windows, and indeed put warmer clothes on for the day. Cheers


Sorry - I thought you were commenting about the "ice alert" specifically.
I do think this is quite a decent price, but obviously not everyone needs more from an alarm clock than the current time; personally I can't face the day unless I know what the time is in New York or when the moon will rise and set...
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Can't be many radio controlled clocks alone for this price, go on somebody, I'm ready to stand corrected!
#7
wombat6025
holmesgroove

Who's complaining here? I just added a contrary view to this 'ideal' product. I'd rather save the money, go outside and check whether I need to scrape my car windows, and indeed put warmer clothes on for the day. Cheers


Sorry - I thought you were commenting about the "ice alert" specifically.
I do think this is quite a decent price, but obviously not everyone needs more from an alarm clock than the current time; personally I can't face the day unless I know what the time is in New York or when the moon will rise and set...


hahaha, fair shout! In light of your point....this is hot!!
#8
lol tells the time...pointless
#9
No good if you have a mrs like mine .... she keeps setting the ice alert off all night :-(
#10
Waldolf
No good if you have a mrs like mine .... she keeps setting the ice alert off all night :-(
Lol! :)
#11
Just put her back into the freezer when she starts to defrost.
#12
Radio controlled clocks saves changing them in Summer/Winter time... gets heat and rep from me and I might buy it as well...
#13
Windows desktop gadget will the same.
#14
Morrisons Knutton (Newcastle) still have a few. Just purchased two, one for me and one as Xmas gift. Needs two AA and two AAA batteries. The AAA for the sensor which can be easily mounted outside the house. Unit does not take long to lock on to the time signal. I suppose that if you got up really early, its sometimes deceiving exactly how cold it is outdoors. If this means that you take notice of it, and go outside a bit early to clear your car, and not drive it frosted up, then thats a "clear" safety advantage.

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