Oregon Scientific's +ECO Solar Weather Clock and Station don't predict solar weather

Tim Stevens
T. Stevens|12.01.09

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Oregon Scientific's +ECO Solar Weather Clock and Station don't predict solar weather
Oregon Scientific expands solar-powered +ECO line with Solar Weather Clock and Station
Like the looks of Oregon Scientific's solar-powered +ECO Clima Control unit but don't need something that sophisticated -- or expensive? The company has just expanded the line with two (slightly) more affordable options for budget and environmentally conscious folks like you. First up is the $100 +ECO Solar Weather Station, which provides the same functionality as its $20 more expensive predecessor, monitoring temperature and humidity in multiple locations and recharging itself via detachable solar panel, but does so with a smaller screen capable of showing indoor and outdoor temperature, time, and an icon representing the coming weather. Also on offer is the $70 +ECO Solar Weather Clock, pictured below, which ditches the weather display and the ability to display humidity, things that may or may not be much of a loss depending on your meteorological inclinations.
Oregon Scientific expands solar-powered +ECO line with Solar Weather Clock and Station
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