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  • Wireless broadcast Short Range
    Verified Purchase

    The instructions are very difficult to understand and the system has a very short range. The display must be in a window no more than 30 feet away from the sensor array. Also, a poor design problem is evident if the weather is cloudy for more than a few days the system does not work.

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  • Daniel
    Verified Purchase

    Works great. I love knowing the weather while getting ready in the morning.

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  • Not sure about this unit.

    Screws are way to small. I had to drill out some of the holes and use bigger screws. Instructions for assembly are poor. Instructions for programing the unit are very poor. I may have a defective unit as I have to reset the time every day. I like the features but time will tell if it really works. I just received my unit in the last week. No rain yet so I'm not sure if that works properly.

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  • Adequate, not more.

    All in all this weather station does do the job. I have checked the readings for accuracy and they are spot on. Considering the cheap quality of construction I wonder how it will handle a strong storm. The solar setup works fine for me - less than 50ft to broadcast. The digital readout leaves a bit to be desired for the vision challenged; could have been a bit bigger, but, for the money... I have only had this operating for a couple of weeks so I can't comment on its durability, battery life, etc.; but, so far, with the exceptions noted, it is doing what it was made to do with decent efficiency! I could not recommend this product to a friend - at the price I paid. Cheaper, perhaps.

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  • Questionable cost versus benefit useage
    Verified Purchase

    the manufacturer is really cheap on this item. no batteries were included and hard to find what size or voltage you need in it. Also the outdoor unit works well only with two 1.5V regular batteries, even though the instructions say to use rechargeables which are 1.2V that .3 V makes a difference in the distance it will transmit, sync to WWVB and utilize the wind gauge and the rain gauge. Also the screws for assembling the unit are as small as possible. If you have to place a screw to hold two pieces together and the total distance is .5 inches that is exactly the length of the screws - not a thread more. Sorry I got this unit - should have spent another $20 and got a better unit.

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