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Oregon Scientific Unveils Home Products With New Bluetooth Capability At 2014 International Home & Housewares Show

New BLE BBQ Grill Thermometer and Weather@Home Products Put Information at Users' Fingertips with Wireless Connectivity

TUALATIN, Ore., March 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Oregon Scientific, a leading designer and worldwide marketer of personal electronics, today announced its 2014 line of advanced 'Smart Living' products, including revolutionary weather stations from their renowned Weather@Home line, to connected BBQ thermometers that make grilling a cinch. These new products and more will be shown for the first time at the 2014 International Home & Housewares Show (March 15-18) in Chicago, IL.

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The new Grill-Right Bluetooth® BBQ Thermometer sends temperature alerts to a Smartphone or tablet to help the chef enjoy the party and focus on entertaining guests. Three new weather stations from the Weather@Home line will communicate the climate indoors and outdoors instantly via Bluetooth-enabled devices.

"Oregon Scientific has over 25 years of experience in the 'Smart Living' space and we pride ourselves in developing versatile products that fit into today's multi-device-oriented world," said David Riley, Director of Product Development and Marketing. "Oregon Scientific consistently finds ways to evolve top products and we're thrilled to help make life a little easier for consumers with new innovations for the home."

Here is an overview of the products to be displayed at the 2014 International Home & Housewares Show.

Weather@Home Line
Oregon Scientific expands their Weather@Home line with three new weather stations: EMR211, RAR213HG, and BAR218HG. Download the app and grab your iOS or Android device to immediately receive updates on atmospheric pressure, weather forecasts, temperature, humidity readings, ice alerts, and more with transmission range up to 50 meters. You will always be up to date, whether monitoring the climate outdoors for your next trip or gauging the temperature and humidity levels in your home. Three unique weather stations provide options for different needs from simple weather tracking to details about the changing moon phases. These new Weather@Home products range from $29.99 to $59.99 and will be available Summer 2014.

Grill-Right Bluetooth® BBQ Thermometer
No need to wait by the grill to find out when dinner is ready - the new AW133 Grill-Right Bluetooth® BBQ Thermometer alerts you when your meal reaches the perfect temperature. Use the app to pair with your iOS or Android device, program your choice of eight entrées, choose the doneness desired, and then start grilling. The new Grill-Right Thermometer will be available Fall 2014 for $69.99.

The new Oregon Scientific products will be unveiled for the very first time at the Oregon Scientific booth (#11027, Level 3 – Lakeside Center) during the International Home & Housewares Show floor hours March 15-18, 2014, at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL. Information about Oregon Scientific's full line of product offerings can be found at: oregonscientific.com/us.

About Oregon Scientific
Oregon Scientific was founded in 1989 in Portland, Oregon, a place buzzing with ideas and invention. Backed by IDT International Limited - one of the world's leading electronics manufacturers, Oregon Scientific is renowned for its technological innovations, design excellence and investment in research and development.

The company creates lifestyle electronic products that fuel people's desire for "SMART LIVING." Its products reflect the highest pursuit of technology and design, harmoniously blending fine aesthetic values with a keen appreciation for our natural surroundings.

Building on the success of its hallmark Time & Weather collection, Oregon Scientific has extended its product offerings that now include Sport, Fitness & Health, Wellness & Beauty, and Electronic Learning collections.  All are designed to meet today's lifestyle needs and enhance the way we live, work and play.

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