AcuRite: offering emergency alerts, storm alerts, tornadoes, floods, disasters, amber alerts and public announcements. #Review

Being from the Midwest I’ve encountered my fair share of tornado watches and warnings and you can never be too prepared. Throughout my entire life I can remember running frantically to the basement to seek shelter and each time I always caught myself wondering and worrying about the unknown. From time to time the power would go out and fear struck the entire house.

Questioning the unknown, and having no way to communicate or hear updates really allows fear to take over. With AcuRite you can choose from a wide variety of weather predicting electronics and for my family I had to go with the Weather Station With NOAA Weather Radio And Alarm Clock.

With the Weather Station With NOAA Weather Radio And Alarm Clock by AcuRite you can tune into emergency alerts, storm alerts, tornadoes, floods, disasters, amber alerts and public announcements with confidence. With a self-calibrating technology this weather station provides 12 to 24 hour weather conditions which is generated by a sensor placed in your own yard and offering the most accurate forecast available for your exact location.

 With a powerful wireless technology this AC power docking station is simple to set up and can be used with AC power or as a portable device with batteries. With no subscription fees or other cost and a one year warranty it’s more than accurate. It’s AcuRite!

© Everything Changes http://www.mistymorgan.net I received a free product to help facilitate this review. The opinions expressed in this review are mine and unbiased. For more information please see my disclosure policy located in the PR section of this site.

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