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Lowes.com has AcuRite Digital Weather Station w/ Wireless Outdoor Sensor (00609) on sale for $9.98. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks powerfuldoppler

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This digital wireless weather station sensor helps you monitor indoor/outdoor conditions (humidity and temperature display of current climate). Requires 4x AA batteries to operation and includes a 1-year limited warranty w/ purchase. Offer valid thru December 31, 2017 or while promotion last - Discombobulated

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Written by powerfuldoppler Edited November 2, 2017 at 05:10 AM by wuzzy
Lowes has the AcuRite Digital Weather Station with Wireless Outdoor Sensor for $9.98 w/store pick up (YMMV depending on Zip)

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Created 11-01-2017 at 06:02 PM by powerfuldoppler
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I bought 4 sensors from Acurite and placed them all in the same spot. Not one ever matches the other.
Not to threadcrap, but we used to go through these wireless thermometers every couple of years.

Then I bought one of these old school thermometers https://www.walmart.com/ip/THERMO...D/47655835 and put it in our window. It's awesome. Never need batteries!!! The only way to break it is with a hammer.
Well, Acurite customer service says they should be within 2 degrees of each other. Also depending on the model the +/- is different. Looking at temperature and humidity, mine are never the same, and can be as much as 5 degrees or humidity % different. Acurite does have decent customer service and replaced two under warranty.

I asked them if I bought a more expensive version would it be more accurate and I was told no. They use the same sensor in all of their devices.

I assumed these things would be more accurate than they are. Really surprised how inaccurate they actually are.

But hey....just buy one. That way you never know if it is wrong.

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Pick this up at the same price in November 2016. I love it so far but not sure how accurate it is. Just glancing it how cold outside normally does the job. I love the function of if the temperature is rising or falling indicator.
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Shipping was free for me.
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Like to use these for cigar and herb humidors. Also use these for animal and reptile habitat/enclosures.

Cheaper than other alternatives.
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I bought 4 sensors from Acurite and placed them all in the same spot. Not one ever matches the other.
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I bought 4 sensors from Acurite and placed them all in the same spot. Not one ever matches the other.
"matched", defined as what..?
if they're within 4 degrees of each other, than that's within their specification...

Temperature Accuracy +/- 2 degrees Fahrenheit
https://www.acurite.com/white-dig...idity.html
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"matched", defined as what..?
if they're within 4 degrees of each other, than that's within their specification...

Temperature Accuracy +/- 2 degrees Fahrenheit
https://www.acurite.com/white-dig...idity.html
Well, Acurite customer service says they should be within 2 degrees of each other. Also depending on the model the +/- is different. Looking at temperature and humidity, mine are never the same, and can be as much as 5 degrees or humidity % different. Acurite does have decent customer service and replaced two under warranty.

I asked them if I bought a more expensive version would it be more accurate and I was told no. They use the same sensor in all of their devices.

I assumed these things would be more accurate than they are. Really surprised how inaccurate they actually are.

But hey....just buy one. That way you never know if it is wrong.
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Quote from psyctto View Post :
"matched", defined as what..?
if they're within 4 degrees of each other, than that's within their specification...

Temperature Accuracy +/- 2 degrees Fahrenheit
https://www.acurite.com/white-dig...idity.html
Is this pretty common with most digital thermometers or are others usually more accurate?

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Pricing appears to work with MyLowe's for free shipping.
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Not to threadcrap, but we used to go through these wireless thermometers every couple of years.

Then I bought one of these old school thermometers https://www.walmart.com/ip/THERMO...D/47655835 and put it in our window. It's awesome. Never need batteries!!! The only way to break it is with a hammer.
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Deal good until Dec 31st.. no rush
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Google Home and Alexa have rendered these useless to me.
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Google Home and Alexa have rendered these useless to me.
How??
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Purchased mine well over a year ago and I love it!
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