If, like most of the British population, the weather is important to you, and you’d like to have a go at predicting it – or you just want to know how cold it is outside, then the SM1600 wallmounted weather station is for you.
The SM1600 can track many channels of data. It records the maximum and minimum indoor and outdoor temperatures, humidity, and air pressure. This is used to calculate a comfort factor, which is displayed on several icons. Air pressure is displayed both on a numeric display and on a trend graph.
The unit features a radio-controlled calendar and clock setting, programmable temperature warning alarms, weather forecast animated icons, moon phase display, and storm prediction warning.
It also comes with a remote weatherproof temperature sensor that works at up to 40 metres away, which means it can be placed outside, or perhaps in a greenhouse.
Although it doesn’t hook up to actual weather forecasts being broadcast over the radio waves, like this coffee maker, for example, it can be used to help you identify weather trends, if you’re into that sort of thing.
If not, it could just be a talking point at your next geeky party.
The Silver Wallmounted Weather Station costs £69.99 and is available to pre-order now.