Overstock. Set up the solar-powered outdoor sensor of The Weather Channel's wireless weather station within 200' of the indoor station, and enjoy live, up-to-the minute data on the current temperatures indoors and out.
Reviewed by Mark from Texas on Wednesday, February 26, 2014
It synced with outdoor temperature module but once I placed it out side just a 6ft away from the indoor unit. It stopped sending and receiving the outside temperature signal. I never was able to get them reconnected to each other again. The indoor unit seems to eat up the AA batteries fairly fast. My guess is because it is still trying to connect with the outside unit. Don't know if I'll buy any electronics from Sierra again. I love buying clothes from them and have never had any issues with clothing items I've bought.
Reviewed by Frequent buyer from Dayton, Ohio on Thursday, October 17, 2013
Selected this weather station because the outdoor sensor was solar powered and did not require battery changes. Tried to set it up, but the outdoor sensor wouldn't work. After two calls to manufacturer's customer service, they promptly shipped me a replacement outdoor sensor. The only other complaint is that the indoor unit is much larger than other weather stations I have owned, making it more difficult to place unobtrusively, though some may find this an advantage for easy reading of the display.
Reviewed by tonyski from north stonington,ct on Wednesday, August 15, 2012
I ordered a similiar product years ago that I love. It displayed the temp and time on the ceiling and outdoor temp and humidity. This one does neither and seems cheaply made. I only need a new outdoor transmitter for the older model, so I might return this one and order the transmitter directly from lacrosse. I think the new model is portrayed as better than it is.
Best Uses: For Self/Couple
Cons: Item is vastly inferior, Limited Features, No humidity setting, Not tied to atomic clock
Reviewed by Canyon Joe from Flagstaff, AZ on Wednesday, April 04, 2012
Very easy to program. Has a large display that provides a convenient alternative to checking weather on-line, in newspaper, etc. Only issue thus far is that if you place the sensor in the sun at 7000 ft (altitude where I live) it seems to overestimate the actual air temp. Solution: set it up in an area that's mostly shaded.