The RMR500 from Oregon Scientific is dubbed a “weather and home environment station” and supports monitoring the temperature and humidity in up to four rooms, displaying this information on a large LCD display. I can’t help but think it would be far more interesting if the RMR500 could make realtime adjustments to your heating or [...]
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The Neverlate boasts an alarming (sorry!) 21 individually customisable alarms each of which can be assigned to a different radio station. That’s 7 daily alarms for you, 7 for your partner and, presumably, 7 additional ones to finally wake you up after you’ve ignored the other two each morning. I think this more than justifies [...]
In this review I will be looking at the WVQ-570DBE-1AVER from the Casio Wave Ceptor range. Alas Casio have neglected to give any of their extensive watch range catchy monikers so I will simply refer to WVQ-570DBE-1AVER as the Casio Wave Ceptor henceforth.