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We have a passion for the weather. We love to study clouds, gauge winds, count raindrops, predict storms and track every single life-affecting detail. This boundless enthusiasm for all things meteorological will make you love this wireless weather station even more. Not only is its wood finish beautiful, its display is equally magnificent. Place the remote sensor outside and comfortably track the weather inside - temperature, humidity levels and more.

Weather Station Includes

  • Display
  • Sensor
  • AC adaptor
  • Instructions

Weather Station Details

  • Material: Wood, plastic
  • Dimensions: 1-1/4" x 7" x 6-1/2"
  • Requires: Two "AA" batteries for sensor (not included) and three "AA" batteries for display wireless use (not included)
  • Weight: 0.9 lbs
  • Care: Wipe with a damp cloth
  • Collection: Wind & Weather
  • Country of Origin: China

About the Collection
Get at home with nature with Wind & Weather by Plow & Hearth. Born out of a passion for all things meteorological, Wind & Weather opened their doors in 1976 on the beautiful northern coast of California. Four decades later, the company has grown into a world-renowned supplier of unique garden décor, decorative accents and weather instruments, traveling the globe in search of the world's most extraordinary products. Each exclusive selection represents an unwavering commitment to quality and performance, ensuring you’ll be ready for whatever mother nature sends your way.

Wind & Weather by Plow & Hearth
At home with nature

Debbie EgizioAbout the Guest
Debbie Egizio began her career more than 17 years ago as a photo stylist and project designer with a national DIY decorating magazine. She has contributed to hundreds of set designs and innovative DIY projects and has styled everything from rooms to food and goods. She also specializes in lifestyle editorial images for various catalogs and national decorating magazines. Debbie currently appears in product videos for Plow & Hearth's online catalog and uses her role as brand ambassador to share her expertise by educating new employees on the collection.