Meteo Personal Weather Clock. Not your average weather station clock, this. It can deliver the weather from 176 European cities to your bedside via a radio signal. Of course when we say deliver, we don’t mean you wake up to a snowstorm round your slippers, but you knew that anyway didn’t you? It’s a great way to tell what the weather is going to be like at your destination if you’re setting off on your travels. Hey, and it comes with a crescendo alarm. How useful is that? £68.50.
The renowned Swiss company Meteotest has been supplying meteorological data to public authorities and companies for 25 years – and now to you as well. At no additional costs or fees. The data is simply transmitted to your alarm clock via the radio clock signal from the physical-technical federal agency in Mainflingen, Germany, and via the HBG transmitter located at the Federal Meteorological Office in Switzerland.