Oregon Scientific Advanced Wireless Weather Station

Last updated: June 22, 2020

Advanced features at an affordable price make the Oregon Scientific Advanced Wireless Weather Station popular with weather enthusiasts. It only comes with one sensor, but you can purchase sensors to monitor additional areas for a slight upcharge. One of the most popular features of this weather station is its large, attractive, easy-to-read display.

We looked at the top Weather Stations and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Weather Station you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: An advanced weather station at an affordable price.

In our analysis of 44 expert reviews, the Oregon Scientific Advanced Wireless Weather Station placed 8th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

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Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Affordable and easy to set up/use. Monitors up to 3 remote locations at a time.
Can record both indoor and outdoor temperature, Capable of monitoring up to three locations
It seems to work well with its great graphical icons. It can detect indoor and outdoor temperatures and it has a simple setup overall.
I like the large display that provides all the weather info that you need at a glance. I also appreciate the fact that all the components are powered by regular alkaline batteries that are readily available.
The device has a beautiful backlight like a midsummer sunset that illuminates the screen well.

What reviewers didn't like

Additional sensors needed to maximize the product. Indoor unit does not hang up; must sit on a table or shelf.
It was not very accurate and the indoor display wasn’t as appealing as others we reviewed, like the La Crosse 308-146.
Although reviewers love the backlight of the LCD, few users wished it would stay on quite longer as there are so many to look at. It’s extremely faint and few users can’t read the measurements on the screen display except in the brightest light.
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