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AcuRite

Model # 00827HD

Internet # 202260981

Store SKU # 304154

What-to-Wear Digital Weather Station

$14.98 /each

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Product Overview

Plan the day with confidence with your own weather and weather prediction information pinpoint accuracy right from your own backyard. The AcuRite What-to-Wear Weather Station uses patented Self-Calibrating Technology to provide your personal forecast of 12 to 24 hour weather conditions. Self-Calibrating Forecasting is generated from weather data measured by a sensor in your yard giving you the most accurate forecast available for your exact location. 20 different icons provide a clothing recommendation based on the forecast to help you prepare for your day. The bold, easy to read LCD screen also displays the pressure weather trend, current indoor/outdoor temperature, indoor humidity, time and date. Stands upright for tabletop use or is wall-mountable. The outdoor sensor features powerful wireless technology, a weather-resistant design and an integrated hanger for easy mounting. 1-year limited warranty. It's more than accurate, it's AcuRite.

  • Patented self-calibrating forecasting pulls data from a sensor in your backyard to give you the most accurate forecast for your exact location
  • 20 different what-to-wear clothing recommendation icons
  • 12 to 24 hour weather forecast with trend arrow
  • Wireless technology transmits data through walls and from a distance
  • Tabletop or wall-mountable design
  • Integrated hanger for easy mounting
  • Durable, weather resistant construction
  • Low battery indicator

Specifications

Dimensions

Display height (in.) 
5.25 in 
Display width (in.) 
3.5 in 
Receiver depth (in.) 
1.7 
Receiver height (in.) 
5.25 
Receiver width (in.) 
3.5 
Sensor depth (in.) 
.939 
Sensor height (in.) 
4.79 
Sensor width (in.) 
1.575 

Details

Atomic Clock 
No 
Batteries Included 
No 
Calendar 
Yes 
Displays barometric pressure 
Yes 
Displays dew point 
No 
Displays humidity 
Yes 
Displays wind chill 
No 
Displays wind direction and speed 
No 
Forecast ability 
Yes 
Indoor/outdoor temperature 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Internet Enabled 
No 
Maximum number of sensors 
Outdoor Living Product Type 
Weather Center with Sensor 
Rain gauge 
No 
Receiver battery type 
AA 
Receiver mount type 
Detachable stand 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Sensor battery type 
AA 
Theme 
None 
Total number of batteries required 
Transmission range (ft.) 
433 
Trend lines 
No 
Wireless 
Yes 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
1 year 

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I need two wireless thermometers each one having different frequencies which model do you recommend?

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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 78 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Won't last long This is the third accurate brand weather station that I've owned. I've had 3 of them in the past 5 years . They last about 18 months or so but they eventually will break down not worth the money. I've decided to use the old fashioned weather gauge outside. May 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not recommend What to Wear Digital Thermometer! The outdoor thermometer has failed to compare with another outdoor thermometer 95% of the time. I have never seen an outdoor thermometer go up to 122 F in North Carolina, except for this one. Even on a "good day" it continues to be off by 5 + degrees, so yes it does adjust, but is not accurate and cannot be depended upon. the inside temp is correct. The time is good, The date works. Unfortunately it does not give me the one piece of information I had bought it for. May 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Faulty indoor/outdoor weather station I bought one of these a year ago and within 7 months the outdoor sensor stopped working. I bought a new unit last month and had the same problem with it right out of the box. April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by much more accurate than previous one I had by another company The accuracy is really good. I placed it by the previous one I had and it is much more accurate April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Accurate temp. Gives a good idead of the outside weatherr. Transmits a good distance. Accurate temp. Gives a good idead of the outside weatherr. Transmits a good distance. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Digital weather station Works great once the the remote and inside units are powered up in the correct order. Try both orders (remote last or inside last) until the readings make sense. April 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not accurate at all I bought this yesterday at HomeDepot. I put the main unit inside my house and the sensor right next to it, 1 foot away. My AC thermostat is set to 74 degrees. The main unit says its 84 and the sensor says it's 79. Piece of junk. April 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Great product if you live on the sun. I purchased this weather station so that I would know how to dress appropriately for the day. The plan was to look at the station in the morning to get an idea if I needed a coat or sweater or what not. I placed the outdoor sensor as instructed, 4 feet off the ground; out of direct sunlight; protected from rain. Made sure the connection between the outdoor sensor and indoor monitor was established within range (about 8 feet). Next, I set a standard thermometer next to the sensor to check the calibration and after a few hours I checked and the monitor was showing the same temperature as the standard thermometer. The next morning the monitor showed 91 degrees fahrenheit. Problem is it was only 48 degrees and a cold rain. Since he unit has a 14 day "learning" period I thought it was just off because it was learning. That afternoon the unit seemed to show the accurate temperature. After that, every morning showed a new outrageous temperature. The last few days, it kept reporting the outdoor temperature was 117 degrees. The actual was between 50 and 60. I finally returned the unit and would not recommend this to a friend. May 10, 2015
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