Wireless Digital Rain Gauge Indoor & Radio Frequency Outdoor Thermometer, Base Station, Single Channel, 433 Mhz Wireless, 100' Transmission Range, Celsius/Fahrenheit Selectable, Auto Scroll For Readings, Minimum/Maximum Temperature Tracking, Programmable, Audible Temperature Alert With Icon, Temperature Trend Indicator, 12/24 Hour Clock, Calendar, Decline Principal Rain Measurement Technology, RF Rain Measurement Transmission Icon, Records & Displays Hourly, Daily, Weekly, Monthly Rainfall History With Automatic Daily Reset, Rain Alert Icon, Not Audible, Low Battery Indicator, 2.25"W x 2.32"H LCD Display, Waterproof Outdoor Rain Collector With Oversized Collection Area, Wide Base Minimizes Collector Tip Over, Self Emptying Rain Collector, Includes 2 Stainless Steel Screws & 2 Plastic Spikes For Deck Or Ground Mounting, 5.0"H x 3.625W x 1.0"D Base Station Dimensions, Requires 2 "AA Batteries, Not Included.
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Customer Reviews for Wireless Digital Rain Gauge & Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer Base Station
Review 1 for Wireless Digital Rain Gauge & Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer Base Station
Do not waste your money
PostedJune 29, 2012
from Central Jersey
Came upon this and picked it up at half price, never had a chance to read a review. Indoor/outdoor thermometer is inaccurate. Because it is supposed to be a rain gauge (that's why I bought it) it has to be out in the open, unobstructed area. The sun makes it at least 20 deg. hotter then what it actually is. The rain guage only reads the first 0.1 to 0.5, then every inch up to 6 inches. So, if it rains 0.8 inches, the last reading will be 0.5 inches, until it rains 1 inch, then up to 1.5 inches, 2.5 inches, etc, up to 6. You will not read at least the 0.5 inches of rain between 0.5 and the next inch. Cheap plastic that will no doubt break when you change batteries or reset the sync to the base unit. Junk. Get a beaker and a ruler. I would give this 0 stars.
Pros: no pros, see cons
Cons: cheap plastic that will break, not accurate as a outdoor thermometer, rain gauge no readings between increments, cheap stand to hold up the indoor base unit
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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