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1989-05

... Technology store" MICROrMTA Indoor/Outdoor LCD Thermometer 4-in-1 Universal Remote Control Wireless Mike System for Camcorders Automatic AC Power Controller MICROIXTTA Electronic Compass for Vehicles Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer.

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Popular Science

1989-05

... Electronics from The Technology store" 4-in-1 Universal Remote Control LCD Thermometer Wireless Mike System for Camcorders Automatic AC Power Controller MICROIMTA Electronic Compass for Vehicles Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer.

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Taylor USA | Wireless Digital Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer ...
Reports indoor temperatures from 14 to 158°F (-10 to 70°C). Remote sensor transmits temperature readings from -40 to 158°F (-40 to 70°C ...

Taylor USA | Wireless Digital Indoor / Outdoor Thermometer ...
Reports indoor temperatures from 14 to 158°F (-10 to 70°C). Reports indoor/outdoor humidity levels from 20 to 99% RH. Remote sensor transmits temperature readings ...


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  • La Crosse Technology

    La Crosse Technology WS-9160U-IT Digital Thermometer with Indoor/Outdoor Temperature

    Home (La Crosse Technology)

    Rating (0 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    La Crosse Technology

    wireless thermometer

    This wireless thermometer works extremely well and is easyto set up - but you absolutely must follow the directions exactly.Range is excellent - but just make sure that some large object suchas a metal shed or a large oak tree is not in line-of-sight betweenany of the transmitters and the receiver.I am using 3 of these temp sensors with the 915 MHz receiver. Onesensor came with the receiver, and I just purchased two more, since thereceiver can display up to three different temperatures from threesensors. However be advised that if you carry one or more of thesesensors out of range and the receiver loses track of it, you absolutelymust take the batteries out of all three sensors and out of thereceiver and re-initialize all of them. This is not a difficult step,since I did it several times while playing around with the sensors tosee how much range they had - which resulted in the receiver... 5/5 Retired "dmk42" (Huntsville, Alabama, USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: La Crosse Technology WS-9160U-IT Digital Thermometer with Indoor/Outdoor Temperature (Kitchen) This wireless thermometer works extremely well and is easyto set up - but you absolutely must follow the directions exactly.Range is excellent - but just make sure that some large object suchas a metal shed or a large oak tree is not in line-of-sight betweenany of the transmitters and the receiver.I am using 3 of these temp sensors with the 915 MHz receiver. Onesensor came with the receiver, and I just purchased two more, since thereceiver can display up to three different temperatures from threesensors. However be advised that if you carry one or more of thesesensors out of range and the receiver loses track of it, you absolutelymust take the batteries out of all three sensors and out of thereceiver and re-initialize all of them. This is not a difficult step,since I did it several times while playing around with the sensors tosee how much range they had - which resulted in the receiver... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 18, 2009

    Wireless Thermometer

    0 5/5 W. Mills "Gadget Guy" (Texas) - See all my reviews, January 7, 2009

    OK at best...

    I bought a couple of these this last Christmas (2009), one for a gift and one to use myself. I liked the idea of the large read out and the simplicity of the display. Time, inside temp, and outside temp. I didn't see the need for the full blown weather station with the ability to forecast the weather. Somehow I don't think a simple device can do what mankind has struggled with for the last 100 years at least. But I digress...As stated, the readout is big and clear so that's a plus. It requires little knowledge to set it up correctly. Just follow the included instructions and you'll be up and running in 5 minutes. I've only had it running now for two months but the regular alkaline batteries are holding up well. With the remote set about 80 - 100 feet away it indicates with a flashing icon that it's receiving the signal fine. So that's all good.Now the bad. Or maybe I should say "not so good." It's accuracy is questionable to be sure. Even putting... 3/5 TheDougmeister - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: La Crosse Technology WS-9160U-IT Digital Thermometer with Indoor/Outdoor Temperature (Kitchen) I bought a couple of these this last Christmas (2009), one for a gift and one to use myself. I liked the idea of the large read out and the simplicity of the display. Time, inside temp, and outside temp. I didn't see the need for the full blown weather station with the ability to forecast the weather. Somehow I don't think a simple device can do what mankind has struggled with for the last 100 years at least. But I digress...As stated, the readout is big and clear so that's a plus. It requires little knowledge to set it up correctly. Just follow the included instructions and you'll be up and running in 5 minutes. I've only had it running now for two months but the regular alkaline batteries are holding up well. With the remote set about 80 - 100 feet away it indicates with a flashing icon that it's receiving the signal fine. So that's all good.Now the bad. Or maybe I should say "not so good." It's accuracy is questionable to be sure. Even putting... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 24, 2010
    List Price: $56.61
    Display/receiver measures 5.86 by 3.3 inches inches; remote sensor: 5 by 1.5 inches
    Temperatures displayed in either Fahrenheit or Celsius; 12/24-hour time display
    Digital thermometer with wireless remote and clock
    Remote sensor transmits from up to 330 feet; records daily high and low temperatures
    Receives weather data from up to 3 sensors (other remotes sold separately)


  • TAYLOR

    Taylor 1522 Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer

    Home (TAYLOR)

    Rating (170 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    TAYLOR

    Not a precision instrument, but a good value

    0 5/5 Idler (Boston MA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Taylor 1522 Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer (Kitchen) The description of this thermometer claims 1 degree resolution for both F and C, but the actual resolution is more like 2 degrees F. But at the price (~$10 with shipping) there's no complaint.The thermometer readings seem accurate, the outside probe and inside sensor have different response characteristics so that there is a delay in the temperature readings.When I originally turned it on I was disappointed that the two temperatures weren't identical when the remote probe was at the display unit, but after waiting a while the readings were identical, it was just that the thermal time reponse of the display unit thermometer and the remote sensor are different - the remote sensor seems faster to respond.I've been using it to monitor the air temperature at warm air heating registers - the 10 foot cable to the sensor makes this very easy.I'm very satisfied.update 26 months later (feb 2012): still working just fine ... 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 24, 2009

    Inaccurate outdoor temperature

    0 1/5 Tom B. (Naperville, IL USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Taylor 1522 Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer (Kitchen) Great price but poor performance. I received this yesterday with the typical excellent Amazon service. I put in batteries and left it sit on the kitchen table overnight with the outdoor sensor right next to the main unit. At this point the indoor temperature reads 70 - about right - but the outdoor temperature reads 84, about 14 degrees off. Hmmm. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 12, 2011

    Simple, inexpensive, consistent temperature readings

    0 5/5 Amazon Customer (Somerville, Ma, US) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Taylor 1522 Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer (Kitchen) I was looking for inexpensive thermometers in order to do a temperature profile of several rooms of my house. I bought five of these, which gave me ten easily read temperature points. When placed together all ten points read within a degree of each other, which is pretty good since they were not sheltered from drafts in any way. The remote end is pretty small so you wouldn't have to make a very big hole in order to get it outside if you want to really use it as an indoor/outdoor thermometer. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 11, 2010
    List Price: $10.99
    Price: $5.47
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    Indoor/Outdoor Temperature Readings
    Fahrenheit/Celsius Switch
    Multi-Line Lcd Readout
    Indoor Temp Range: 32° - 122°F X 0.1 (0° - 50°C X 0.1)Ý Outdoor Temp Range With 10-foot Probe: -40° - 158°F X 0.1 (-40° - 70°C X 0.1)Ý High/Low Temp Recall
    Stand Or Wall Mo


  • Extech

    Extech 401014 Big Digit Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer

    Home Improvement (Extech)

    Rating (75 reviews):
    (4.1/5)
    Extech

    extech indoor outdoor thermometer

    0 5/5 adam smith (chicago, il usa) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Extech 401014 Big Digit Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer (Tools & Home Improvement) this is an old-style unit with a probe instead of a wireless transmitter. i've found the wireless units to be erratic. this one is working fine. i especially appreciate the large numbers (1" high) which greatly aid visibility. most competitive units have smaller numbers. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 7, 2008

    Easiest to read, best quality, love it !

    0 5/5 Albert S. Torizzo "for real" (paradise, florida) - See all my reviews This review is from: Extech 401014 Big Digit Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer (Tools & Home Improvement) I have purchased pool test equipment of this Extech brand, always top quality. I wanted a replacement for my old thermometer (it gave up the ghost, Radio Shack).After research, this Extech seemed top of the line. Most importantly, I enlarged photos and examined the contrast on the display, i.e. how the figures stood outfrom the backgroud. After careful scrutiny I the made the right choice. My sixty five year old Italian eyes can read the numbers at a quick glance, from a distance.The numbers are very black, sharp edged, and rather than melt into a blurry background like other units, the numbers jump right out at you. Love it, buy it, it isworth the few extra bucks, trust me. USAF Radio Tech Retired, BS Magna Cum Laude Technology, Worked on Launch pad 39A at Kennedy Space Center. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 26, 2012

    Large display

    0 5/5 raincrow - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Extech 401014 Big Digit Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer (Tools & Home Improvement) This is a great unit, It has exactly what I wanted, a large display (1" Numbers) without any other readouts such as Clocks, humidity etc. It is very accurate as I compared it to a bare bulb thermometer. The only down side is viewing in a dark room or from an angle, like all the unlit digital readouts they are hard to see in dark spaces or from an angle. I plan to make a flexible mount for mine so I can adjust for best view. I had an old Heathkit indoor/outdoor thermometer with a lighted readout that finally quit on me after 30 years of service, since they are no longer available I believe this is the next best thing. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 22, 2010
    List Price: $26.99
    Price: $24.97
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    Built-in memory stores min/max temperature readings
    Simultaneous display of indoor/outdoor temperature
    Indoor Range: 14 to 140-Degrees F (-10 to 60-Degrees C)
    Outdoor Range:-58 to 158-Degrees F (-50 to 70-Degrees C)
    Large LCD display with 1-Inch (25mm) digits


  • Acu-Rite

    AcuRite 00831A2 Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer

    Home (Acu-Rite)
    List Price: $17.99
    Price: $14.49
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    Strong signal penetration (enhanced 433 MHz)
    Daily minimum/maximum record
    Small outdoor sensor is easy to place
    Displays indoor and outdoor temperature
    Trend arrows allow quick reading


  • General Tools & Instruments

    General Tools & Instruments DTR900 Inside/Outside Thermometer with Minimum/Maximum Memory

    Home Improvement (General Tools & Instruments)

    Rating (4 reviews):
    (3.2/5)
    General Tools & Instruments

    not very accurate

    0 2/5 mikewoodbooks - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: General Tools & Instruments DTR900 Inside/Outside Thermometer with Minimum/Maximum Memory (Tools & Home Improvement) Upon checking the temperature reading with the external probe next to the unit in the house over several days, the external probe consistantly reads up to 2.5 degrees farenheit warmer. With both temperature guages in the same location they should be identical. I've only seen an identical readout about 1% of the time. 90% of the time the external probe is 1 or 1.5 degrees warmer. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 4, 2013

    OK if you can get it for under 10 Dollars...

    0 2/5 Danny Reed - See all my reviews This review is from: General Tools & Instruments DTR900 Inside/Outside Thermometer with Minimum/Maximum Memory (Tools & Home Improvement) Works. But, very cheap construction. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 20, 2014

    Very reliable and accurate

    0 4/5 j'Orel Miller - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: General Tools & Instruments DTR900 Inside/Outside Thermometer with Minimum/Maximum Memory (Tools & Home Improvement) I have two of these. One has been in use for several years. I read a review that said the outside and inside temperatures aren't the same when the outside probe is placed next to the unit. This has not been my experience; when I do this, the temps are within .5 degrees F of each other. The outside probe responds to temperature changes much faster than the inside base unit, so if you test the unit this way, you need to wait a while for the inside unit to catch up to the outside probe reading.I would have given this five stars, except there doesn't seem to be any way to reverse the outside and inside readings (for example, to use the unit on the outside of a freezer to monitor the inside temperature of the freezer). In this application, "outside" is really "inside". 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 16, 2014
    List Price: $29.95
    Price: $26.95
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    This sensor is fast responding, just one switch toggles Fahrenheit or Celsius display and also the date and time format
    The display mounts on a wall or other flat surface and the exterior probe is thin enough to fit under a window and is waterproof
    Simultaneous display of indoor and external probe temperature and time
    Inside/Outside Thermometer with Min and Max Memory is perfect walk-in refrigerators, reach-in boxes, greenhouses and household and lab applications
    Stores and recalls min and max indoor and remote temperatures with time and date stamps, allows you to look back and monitor change


  • Oregon Scientific

    Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer w/ Self Setting Clock

    PC Accessory (Oregon Scientific)

    Rating (186 reviews):
    (2.8/5)
    Oregon Scientific

    Handy So Far

    So far the device has entirely lived up to expectations. Atomic Clock feature works fine and the range and accuracy on the remote sensor seems fair enough -- there is often about a 1-2 degree difference between the sensor and main unit if set right next to each other, but this is minor for the uses we get out of it (a quick look at outside temps during the winter).The only issue we ran into that was "problematic" was the Ice Alarm feature. This feature sets off the devices alarm anytime the temperature drops between 32 and 27 degrees or so to alert you to possible icy conditions. The problem is that in cold climates the temperature hovers in that range all winter long...so the alarm goes off continually every 40 seconds or so.We just happened upon a solution that has worked perfectly. The ice alarm only works on Channel 1. So, if you set the outside sensor to Channel 2 or 3 the ice alarm is disabled and is no longer triggered. Obviously, they should have... 4/5 B. Smith - See all my reviews, November 24, 2006

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    0 3/5 Kindle Customer - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer w/ Self Setting Clock (Sports) Product does what it is supposed to do. The readout is large and easy to see. Only complaint is there should be a way to turn off the freeze warning audible alarm which is irritating. It goes off continually. The only way to silence it is to set the outside unit on a different channel than channel 1. Perhaps Oregon should consider doing away with this feature. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 13, 2008

    Not for all of US

    My Son-in-law bought this to use in Alaska. The Atomic clock works within 4000 miles of Ft Collins, Co, which doesn't include Alaska. So he set the time manually and it worked for a few weeks, then picked up WWV just long enough to set the clock... to Pacific time. Turns out the clock only has 4 time zones, and doesn't include HI or AK. Customer service couldn't help. Each time he reset it to AK time it worked for awhile then reset to Pacfic time. The wrong time is worse than no time at all. So he gave it to me. I live in NM.I had the same problem as another reviewer.... freeze alarm constantly waking me up at night. Instructions and customer service no help. Solution was to set remote to channel 2 which has no freeze alarm.The folks at Oregon Scientific must be related to the Word programmers at Microsoft. They try to come up with overly helpful features which only annoy. And they are no help trying to correct.Once we relocated this device to New... 3/5 R. Devinney (Silver City, NM) - See all my reviews This review is from: Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer w/ Self Setting Clock (Sports) My Son-in-law bought this to use in Alaska. The Atomic clock works within 4000 miles of Ft Collins, Co, which doesn't include Alaska. So he set the time manually and it worked for a few weeks, then picked up WWV just long enough to set the clock... to Pacific time. Turns out the clock only has 4 time zones, and doesn't include HI or AK. Customer service couldn't help. Each time he reset it to AK time it worked for awhile then reset to Pacfic time. The wrong time is worse than no time at all. So he gave it to me. I live in NM.I had the same problem as another reviewer.... freeze alarm constantly waking me up at night. Instructions and customer service no help. Solution was to set remote to channel 2 which has no freeze alarm.The folks at Oregon Scientific must be related to the Word programmers at Microsoft. They try to come up with overly helpful features which only annoy. And they are no help trying to correct.Once we relocated this device to New... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 22, 2007
    List Price: $29.99
    Large LCD displays temperature trends and min and max temperatures; day and month
    Crescendo alarm clock with 8-minute snooze
    Monitors the indoor and outdoor temperature using wireless sensor
    Automatically sets itself to U.S. atomic clock
    Wirelessly transmits weather data up to 100' away


  • Chaney Instruments

    AcuRite 00888A2 Indoor/Outdoor Digital Thermometer

    Home (Chaney Instruments)
    List Price: $21.00

    Easy-to-read digital display with push-button backlight
    Tabletop or wall-mountable design
    Displays minimum and maximum temperatures in Fahrenheit or Celsius
    Wired digital indoor and outdoor thermometer
    Weather-resistant 10-foot cable monitors outside conditions


  • La Crosse Technology

    La Crosse Technology WS-9740U-IT-NL Wireless Temperature Station with Remote Sensor and Dress-for-Weather Icons

    Home (La Crosse Technology)
    List Price: $39.95

    Indoor display mounts to wall or rests on desktop stand; receiver measures 5 1/3 by 3-3/4 by 3/4 inches
    Wireless transmission range up to 330 feet; requires 4 AAA and AA batteries
    Displays outdoor temps, and indoor temperature and humidity with high and low records
    8 icons suggest what to wear; atomic clock sets itself and adjusts automatically for DST
    Temperature display with atomic clock, wireless sensor and dress-for-weather icons


  • Maverick Industries, Inc

    Timex Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer with Indoor Hygrometer and Clock (TX5170)

    Lawn & Patio (Maverick Industries, Inc)
    List Price: $23.59
    Price: $14.03
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    Compact electronic indoor/outdoor thermometer with hygrometer and built-in quartz clock
    Reads relative humidity between 20 and 90 percent; includes wired remote sensor with 10-foot cord
    Indoor temperature range of 32 to 122 degrees F and outdoor range of -4 to 158 degrees F
    Sleek white plastic housing; measures 2.88 x 5.44 x 0.81 inches (W x H x D); 1-year warranty
    Records day's maximum and minimum temperatures; requires single AAA battery (not included)


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