Outdoor thermometer goes LCD
Spring is coming to chase away those winter blues, so instead of sitting all day long by the window sill to catch the first spring robin, why not get a more precise measurement of when spring kicks off officially? The La Crosse Outdoor LCD Window Thermometer makes a valuable addition to any home, coming in an aesthetically pleasing package that let’s you know in advance the types of clothes you ought to put on before heading out of the house.
Powered by a single AAA battery, this outdoor thermometer comes with a translucent LCD display that shows off the current temperature in easy to read numerical digits. Of course, the current temperature isn’t the only information it can display as it does keep a record of the maximum and minimum readings for the day. All readings will be reset when the clock strikes twelve, so you can be assured that each new day comes with a new set of readings. Temperature displays are in Fahrenheit only (with a range of -13°F to 158°F), so those who are still using the Celsius reading will just have to adapt. The Outdoor LCD Window Thermometer is (duh) weather resistant and measures 4″ x 3.75″ x 1.25″.
One word of caution though, it would be advisable to place the Outdoor LCD Window Thermometer somewhere away from the harsh glare of direct sunlight as that could greatly affect the current temperature, making you wear one layer too thin when winter is about to make a graceful exit. Those who are interested will be able to pick up the Outdoor LCD Window Thermometer from Thinkgeek for $14.99.