Hideki Keeps Crowds on Time at Housewares '07 - Daylight Savings Time Comes Early

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Hideki's atomic clocks and Honeywell branded weather stations are being put to the test on the first morning of the 2007 International Home & Housewares Show held in Chicago, March 11-13

Hideki's atomic clocks and Honeywell branded weather stations are being put to the test on the first morning of the 2007 International Home & Housewares Show held in Chicago, March 11-13.

This year, as Daylight Savings Time arrives earlier than usual and the season's unpredictable weather patterns continue, Hideki Electronics is completely prepared to keep everyone on time and well informed about the environmental conditions, as the company presents its full line of atomic clocks and Honeywell branded home weather stations, among other items.

Jim Boyle , President of Hideki said, "Each year, when more than 60,000 people congregate in Chicago for the Housewares Show, we are very proud to show off the convenience of atomic time setting, as just one of the many features that is incorporated into several of our products, including our Honeywell home weather stations. This year, we'll be keeping everyone on time as well as monitoring all of the weather conditions for the Windy City too."

Several new products that incorporate atomic time and weather monitoring as standard features in Hideki's Honeywell branded home weather station products line are:

The new Honeywell Complete Home Weather Station with NOAA Emergency Alert (TE924, MRSP $349.99) is the world's most feature-rich home weather station to date. While the product offers rain, wind, forecasting, atomic time, and up to eight wireless indoor and outdoor sensors that have a range up to 300 feet, it is also the only complete weather station to include the NOAA Emergency Broadcast System in it.

The Honeywell Atomic Projection Clock with NOAA and FM radio (PCR507W, MSRP $99.99) is the ultimate bedside clock radio. It automatically sets to US Atomic clock; has a light sensor to begin projection and front panel display in low light, monitors indoor and outdoor weather conditions, as well as its ability to broadcast NOAA emergency alert warnings. Meanwhile it can also be tuned to your favorite radio station for music or news.

With the new Honeywell Weather Forecaster with Heat Index (TE657W, MSRP $129.99) warm weather conditions become a top priority. The new product is an atomic clock that displays sunrise and sunset times, and features a dual crescendo alarm with snooze, but its new Heat Index display with indicators and alarm-settings for indoor and/or outdoor temperature and humidity are key functions. Complemented by a programmable ice warning alarm, the TE657W has remote channels that scan for the minimum and maximum alerts to indoor and/or outdoor temperature and humidity formula indexes. In addition, the new Honeywell product has 24-hour barometric pressure history for charting and forecasting and a user defined altitude adjustment for the most accurate, personalized informative readings.

About Hideki Electronics:

Hideki Electronics, established in 1989 as a division of K&P International Holding Ltd, is a manufacturer and marketer of consumer electronics that provide valuable and useful information for today's busy lifestyle. The Hideki Electronics product line includes Honeywell branded home weather stations, analog and digital atomic clocks, timers, wall clocks, projection clocks, and travel clocks, as well as OEM products. Hideki operates offices in the U.S., Europe, Hong Kong, and China. The Hideki 10,000 square-meter factory based in China employs nearly 2,000 people. For further information about the company, please see the company website at http://www.hidekielectronics.us. For product sales, please visit http://www.honeywellweatherstations.com and http://www.digiviewtime.com. The toll-free number for customer service product support is 1-866-443-3543.

For Hideki Product Sales Information, Contact:

Hideki Electronics, N.A. Office: 7865 SW Mohawk, Tualatin, OR 97062

T: 503-612-8395; http://www.hidekielectronics.us

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