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Lidl - Auriol Radio-Controlled Outdoor/Indoor Temperature Station White/Black £5.99
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Lidl - Auriol Radio-Controlled Outdoor/Indoor Temperature Station White/Black £5.99

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Lidl - Auriol Radio-Controlled Outdoor/Indoor Temperature Station White/Black £5.99
Posted 17th Jul 2020

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

  • Indoor and outdoor temperature display with weather tendency indicator
  • With radio-controlled sensor for outdoor temperature
  • Radio-controlled clock with automatic date and time setting – including summer and winter time
  • Indoor and outdoor temperature display in ºC or ºF
  • Time displayed in either 12 or 24 hour format
  • 2 separate alarm times, with snooze function
  • Day and date display
  • MSF signal
  • Suitable for desktop use or wall mounting
  • Outdoor sensor with 30m range (outdoors)
  • Includes batteries and fixings
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In_Viz17/07/2020 20:25

I had an earlier Auriol Radio controlled thermometer, they are very good, …I had an earlier Auriol Radio controlled thermometer, they are very good, with a good transmitter range, The one I had was a more rectangular one,it had two problems. 1. the display; you needed to look at it at the right angle or it became very feint, new batteries or not. The other thing is the radio controlled time , it seemed to use the signal from Germany, so the time would be European time not GMT or BST. You had to reset it every day. I couldn't find instructions to use a different signal, they might have solved this in the latest model though.


Insert batteries into outdoor sensor first, then into display unit.

The two units will automatically search and pair.

Once paired (indicated by the temperature showing on bottom right of display), the clock will attempt to set itself via radio signal. This can take up to 5 minutes and is best achieved by placing the unit near a window.

Once the time has set, it may need adjusting to your local time zone.

This is done by

  • Long press of the CLOCK button to enter the clock setting mode.
  • Short press the CLOCK button until the country starts (GE) starts flashing.
  • Change country to EN by short press of the SET/RESET button.
  • Short press the CLOCK button until the zone starts flashing.
  • Change zone to -1 by short press of the SET/RESET button.
  • Short press of the CLOCK button until display is back to normal.
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Thank you for this. Ideal timing as the one l am currently using has stopped working. Biggest thing for me is remembering it doesn't start until 26 July!!!
Nicnacnoo7017/07/2020 18:38

Thank you for this. Ideal timing as the one l am currently using has …Thank you for this. Ideal timing as the one l am currently using has stopped working. Biggest thing for me is remembering it doesn't start until 26 July!!!


Maybe put a reminder in your phone or a sticker on fridge.
Day.....DI....?
I trust this goes to English in the UK.
I bought one of these last year,come the Autumn it fell off the wall.!!
trannyboy17/07/2020 19:47

Day.....DI....?I trust this goes to English in the UK.


Dienstag (German for Tuesday). I noticed this myself and wondered the exact same thing - surely they have an English setting.
You can choose English at set up
I had an earlier Auriol Radio controlled thermometer, they are very good, with a good transmitter range, The one I had was a more rectangular one,it had two problems. 1. the display; you needed to look at it at the right angle or it became very feint, new batteries or not. The other thing is the radio controlled time , it seemed to use the signal from Germany, so the time would be European time not GMT or BST. You had to reset it every day. I couldn't find instructions to use a different signal, they might have solved this in the latest model though.
In_Viz17/07/2020 20:25

I had an earlier Auriol Radio controlled thermometer, they are very good, …I had an earlier Auriol Radio controlled thermometer, they are very good, with a good transmitter range, The one I had was a more rectangular one,it had two problems. 1. the display; you needed to look at it at the right angle or it became very feint, new batteries or not. The other thing is the radio controlled time , it seemed to use the signal from Germany, so the time would be European time not GMT or BST. You had to reset it every day. I couldn't find instructions to use a different signal, they might have solved this in the latest model though.


Insert batteries into outdoor sensor first, then into display unit.

The two units will automatically search and pair.

Once paired (indicated by the temperature showing on bottom right of display), the clock will attempt to set itself via radio signal. This can take up to 5 minutes and is best achieved by placing the unit near a window.

Once the time has set, it may need adjusting to your local time zone.

This is done by

  • Long press of the CLOCK button to enter the clock setting mode.
  • Short press the CLOCK button until the country starts (GE) starts flashing.
  • Change country to EN by short press of the SET/RESET button.
  • Short press the CLOCK button until the zone starts flashing.
  • Change zone to -1 by short press of the SET/RESET button.
  • Short press of the CLOCK button until display is back to normal.
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Good deal
Please excuse my ignorance... What is this for?

Is it literally for telling you that the temp is outside?
buddn0717/07/2020 20:43

Please excuse my ignorance... What is this for?Is it literally for telling …Please excuse my ignorance... What is this for?Is it literally for telling you that the temp is outside?



L.O.L....
buddn0717/07/2020 20:43

Please excuse my ignorance... What is this for?Is it literally for telling …Please excuse my ignorance... What is this for?Is it literally for telling you that the temp is outside?


And indoors, too. 2in1
buddn0717/07/2020 20:43

Please excuse my ignorance... What is this for?Is it literally for telling …Please excuse my ignorance... What is this for?Is it literally for telling you that the temp is outside?


Yes, you find it's used by people who still wear those Bluetooth earpieces connected to a phone...
I have this one in white and it is quite useful. The only thing I miss is the relative humidity.
Excellent price
This is pretty bizarre.
floridafil17/07/2020 20:28

Insert batteries into outdoor sensor first, then into display unit. The …Insert batteries into outdoor sensor first, then into display unit. The two units will automatically search and pair. Once paired (indicated by the temperature showing on bottom right of display), the clock will attempt to set itself via radio signal. This can take up to 5 minutes and is best achieved by placing the unit near a window.Once the time has set, it may need adjusting to your local time zone. This is done by Long press of the CLOCK button to enter the clock setting mode. Short press the CLOCK button until the country starts (GE) starts flashing. Change country to EN by short press of the SET/RESET button. Short press the CLOCK button until the zone starts flashing. Change zone to -1 by short press of the SET/RESET button. Short press of the CLOCK button until display is back to normal.


Thanks, Yes I could change the time,but it seemed to reset itself overnight to European Time, so every morning I had to reset it. I used it as a thermometer in the end,
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