The item shows the time digitally, the temperature in centigrade and the humidity. There are two dark grey bars by which the mode can be set and the settings changed.
This item is commonly termed 'a weather station'. This item can be used indoors to provide information on the weather and the time in a digital format at a time when digital technology is replacing analogue.
The item is very light and can be carried anywhere and placed anywhere in the home.
It was made in China, the cost was only £2 despite the transportation and manufacturing costs. A common method of
production in the first decade of the 21st.
Objects such as this, fulfilled a need for gadgets in regard to many of the public in the first decade of the 21st century. It was inexpensive, easy to read, displaying results visually.
It indicates a fashion in technology.
An example of technology promoting smaller, mobile,
items allowing individuals to be aware of weather conditions at
home without resource to media. This can help in regard to health needs,
eg. humidity, heat, portalable in regard to the owners lifestyle.
In this regard it as proved useful to allergy suffers and at times of