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Weather trackers or outdoor enthusiasts can now customize weather stations to match their interests, from measuring rainfall for gardeners and wind speed and direction for golfers to optimising home energy efficiency for saving money. Oregon Scientific will unveil the Weather Station Lab today at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

Oregon Scientific, a designer and worldwide marketer of personal electronics, announced the launch of the Weather Station Lab, an interactive online tool that offers a simple, cost-effective and customisable way for consumers to keep a constant finger on the pulse of upcoming weather changes. From measuring rainfall for gardeners and wind speed and direction for golfers to optimising home energy efficiency for saving money, the Weather Station Lab has something for everyone. Oregon Scientific will unveil the Weather Station Lab at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week.

The Oregon Scientific Weather Station Lab is an easy-to-use tool with a step-by-step process to building a custom weather station. Users decide whether they want to build a basic or advanced model and begin by selecting a base console and are walked through a variety of indoor / outdoor scenarios paired with a wide range of optional station sensors and accessories, including:

Customizable weather stations available through the Oregon Scientific Weather Station Lab range in price from $39.99 for basic models through $599.99 for the above-and-beyond features weather enthusiasts crave. The build-your-own weather station learning experience can be accessed via the Lab at www2.oregonscientific.com/weather-station-lab/.

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