La Crosse Technology 308-1410GR Wireless Thermometer with Trend Indicator

November 15, 2018 - Comment

This Digital Indoor/Outdoor Wireless Thermometer by La Crosse Technology(R) comes with both sensor and receiver. Not only does it show both inside and outside temps, but also has an outdoor temp trend indicator. Set time manually, choosing between 12 or 24 hour display. The thermometer also includes a signal strength icon for sensor transmission, low

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This Digital Indoor/Outdoor Wireless Thermometer by La Crosse Technology(R) comes with both sensor and receiver. Not only does it show both inside and outside temps, but also has an outdoor temp trend indicator. Set time manually, choosing between 12 or 24 hour display. The thermometer also includes a signal strength icon for sensor transmission, low battery icon for sensor, min/max indoor temp readings (deg F/deg C), min/max outdoor temp readings (deg F/deg C) and low battery icon for the receiver.

Product Features

  • Monitors IN and Wireless OUT temperature (F/C)
  • MIN/MAX temperature records
  • Temperature trend indicator
  • 12/24 Hour time (manual set) with snooze alarm
  • Low Battery Indicator

Comments

Anonymous says:

Kickin’ Wireless Thermometer With so many wireless thermometers out there on the market, it can be confusing to choose one from another. Take La Crosse, for example. They offer a seemingly endless amount of thermometers, boasting all sorts of unique features while all looking slightly different from each other. Which one do I get? Are some more accurate than others? While I can’t vouch for the others, this particular model works like a charm. It’s just great! The temperatures read almost dead-on. The signal strength and…

Anonymous says:

Works well I had another indoor/outdoor that required a wire to run outside of a window, that finally came loose, so I decided to try a wireless unit.Living in an apartment with a terrace, I have limited choices of placement of the remote unit, but was able to locate a spot that did not receive direct sun that would throw off the readings.It is always within a degree of the readings I receive for my area on my cell phone app, and I can move it around my apartment without loosing…

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