"AURIOL" Premium Weather Station, £39.99 Lidl
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"AURIOL" Premium Weather Station, £39.99 Lidl

£39.99LIDL Deals
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Found 27th Nov 2014
Wireless weather station: Available December 4th

With 2 outdoor instruments for precise wind and rain measurements
Features include:
- Wind direction and wind speed in m/s, km/h or mph
- Daily rainfall and weekly summary in mm or inches
- Air pressure at 6 hour progression in mb, hPa or inHg
- Indoor and outdoor temperature in °C or °F
- Heat index or ‘perceived temperature’ in °C or °F
- Dew point (useful for ground frost forecasting)
- Wireless data transmission via radio, range approx. (m): 25
-Batteries and mounting materials included
-2 year manufacturer's warranty

4 Comments

Or just look out of the window.

Which reminds me , I was working outside of a radio station and the forecast according to them was cloudy with a possibility of showers, if they actually looked out of the window they may have noticed it had been peeing down for an hour. Lol

Darzen

Or just look out of the window.Which reminds me , I was working outside … Or just look out of the window.Which reminds me , I was working outside of a radio station and the forecast according to them was cloudy with a possibility of showers, if they actually looked out of the window they may have noticed it had been peeing down for an hour. Lol



I realise you're being sarcastic, so don't take this as moaning or uppity, but I've worked at several radio stations. Often the studios don't have windows and are buried in the deepest, darkest, most soundproof bit of the building... and the presenters barely have time to take a pee while they're on air! Not only that, they're forecasting for a huge region, not just their car park, which is why the forecasts often sound ridiculous!

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miikeyblue

I realise you're being sarcastic, so don't take this as moaning or … I realise you're being sarcastic, so don't take this as moaning or uppity, but I've worked at several radio stations. Often the studios don't have windows and are buried in the deepest, darkest, most soundproof bit of the building... and the presenters barely have time to take a pee while they're on air! Not only that, they're forecasting for a huge region, not just their car park, which is why the forecasts often sound ridiculous!



Think you may have just highlighted how pointless this device is.

Might buy this because I have wanted a station for ages but don't like the fact it doesn't have a negative display like the other 'clone' models out there. Also does this have a Barometer?

Does anyone know how reliable it is? It's been on sale at Lidl before. Apparently Oregon Scientific stations are poor quality and cheap and cheerful ones are better.
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