Information about La Crosse Technology Weather Direct Weather Station - Internet Powered, Wireless
Closeouts. Get the daily forecast for your hometown, concert venues, golf courses and more with this Weather Direct internet powered weather station from La Crosse Technology. Choose from a list of over 40,000 locations with no subscription required.
Uses a wireless internet connection to generate four-day forecasts for over 40,000 locations
Scrolling weather system provides location, forecast, sunrise/sunset time and current outdoor temperature
Four-day forecasts for morning, afternoon, evening and night
Time alarm with snooze button
Time and date window
No subscription required
No WiFi or software instillation necessary
Mounting hardware included
High-speed internet, network router and computer for web-based set-up are required
Reviewed by Bill from Santa Rosa, CA on Thursday, June 23, 2011
Installation take a bit of work: You need to connect the transmitter unit (included) to a router for the Internet connection, then register online. Once set up, it runs automatically. It has its own Internet connection, so you don't need to have wireless Internet or keep your computer on. See the ma...
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Reviewed by Ken Freestone from Holland, MI on Tuesday, October 15, 2013
This product seems to be pretty good. Set up was fairly straightforward and took about a 1/2 hour. Being knowledgeable of wireless hook-ups and internet connections really helps. If you are not comfortable with routers and networks you will probably need help from someone who is tech-savvy. The unit performs well and is easy to read.
Outside temperature has been interesting. Comparing the read-out to local forecasts and weather apps on my smart devices it fluctuates +/- 4 to 5 degrees. several local reports and my apps also varied 3 -4 degrees. If you are looking for absolutely accuracy this unit won't get you there but it will be close.
Reviewed by Runner from Lake Hughes , California on Saturday, December 29, 2012
The closes I could register the unit was to nearest city 15 miles away , it won't do any good to me. I will keep using The Weather Channel in my mobile device. Sorry but this unit to me is trash waste of money.
Reviewed by The Flash from New york on Thursday, August 2, 2012
After one year of wrong weather reports I through the product away. It would be raining outside, yet the forecast would be sunny. This and the reverse happen frequently. Even if you check back hours later, It still shows the same , wrong, forecast.