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Govee 2-Pack Smart Temperature Humidity Monitors w/ Swiss-made Sensor and App Tracking - $15.99 + FS w/ Prime or Orders $25+

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Govee US via Amazon [amazon.com] has 2-Pack Smart Temperature Humidity Monitors w/ Swiss-made Sensor and App Tracking for $15.99 after code TBKZTDUP. Shipping is free with Prime or order over $25.
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  • Up to 2 years free data storage on app
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Anyway to access temperature remotely? Ultimately want these devices to send me an alert when it reaches 40 degrees. I'm rarely there but want to make sure pipes don't burst
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Anyway to access temperature remotely? Ultimately want these devices to send me an alert when it reaches 40 degrees. I'm rarely there but want to make sure pipes don't burst
https://www.amazon.com/Govee-Temp...NrPXRydWU=
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it's amusing how this brand keeps saying "swiss made" sensor when the entire assembly is made in china. also, there's nothing about swiss having to do with particularly good sensor making. swiss are not particularly known for doing much in the aerospace industry where sensor technology would be paramount. it's obviously what china marketing believes westerners want to hear being borrowed from horology. honestly, i'd be more impressed with a "japan made" sensor, or maybe a "taiwan made" sensor... LOL i guess china figures nobody in swiss is gonna come after them for royalty money LMAO
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it's amusing how this brand keeps saying "swiss made" sensor when the entire assembly is made in china. also, there's nothing about swiss having to do with particularly good sensor making. swiss are not particularly known for doing much in the aerospace industry where sensor technology would be paramount. it's obviously what china marketing believes westerners want to hear being borrowed from horology. honestly, i'd be more impressed with a "japan made" sensor, or maybe a "taiwan made" sensor... LOL i guess china figures nobody in swiss is gonna come after them for royalty money https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima.../emot-LMAO.gif
Your rant reminds me of the Xiaomi Mijia pen LOL https://slickdeals.net/e/10416708-xiaomi-mijia-0-5mm-sign-pen-0-99-free-shipping?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1

I bought one because of the Switzerland imported refill and the Japanese ink that they use in these pens, for a dollar. Needless to say I was greatly disappointed, it was super hyped up on SD few years back.
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That's expensive lol. Was hoping it would be $20 and under Frown
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That's expensive lol. Was hoping it would be $20 and under https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/frown.gif
If you have a Nest thermostat, you can buy a remote sensor, but those are also around $40.
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I bought this one year ago.
and use it to measure the temperature in my sunroom.
so far I am satisfied with it.
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I've been using for about a month and am happy with the performance
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I've been using for about a month and am happy with the performance
worked great. bought 1 the last time at $10 and used it to determine if our thermostat was broken.

missed the same $8 each during prime day. now its back with this mystery code. bought 8 more. never enough of these. shed. attic. basement. freezers. fridges...
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I got these for 15.99 about two weeks ago and I'm satisfied with them so far. The temperature reading seem accurate compared to other thermometers (such as Nest Thermostat) that I have around the house. When I compare the two hygrometer readings when they were right next to each other, the readings were occasionally different by as much as 4% but I believe the difference is due to lack of air circulation. I believe these hygrometers would have a more consistent reading if there was a little more air circulation around them when I tested them.
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I got these for 15.99 about two weeks ago and I'm satisfied with them so far. The temperature reading seem accurate compared to other thermometers (such as Nest Thermostat) that I have around the house. When I compare the two hygrometer readings when they were right next to each other, the readings were occasionally different by as much as 4% but I believe the difference is due to lack of air circulation. I believe these hygrometers would have a more consistent reading if there was a little more air circulation around them when I tested them.
spot on. now i notice its in the room with my fan on almost 247. i tried 1 week in the fridge but now from your statement it might not be that accurate without air circulation.
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What do you use to calibrate these? I have one without a display that I calibrated the hygrometer using the wet salt truck. But not sure what I should use to calibrate the temperature.
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Anyway to access temperature remotely? Ultimately want these devices to send me an alert when it reaches 40 degrees. I'm rarely there but want to make sure pipes don't burst
Why don't you just set your thermostat to run before 40 degrees rather than rely on an alert? Ideally you wouldn't want to drop it lower than 50 degrees anyway
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it's amusing how this brand keeps saying "swiss made" sensor when the entire assembly is made in china. also, there's nothing about swiss having to do with particularly good sensor making. swiss are not particularly known for doing much in the aerospace industry where sensor technology would be paramount. it's obviously what china marketing believes westerners want to hear being borrowed from horology. honestly, i'd be more impressed with a "japan made" sensor, or maybe a "taiwan made" sensor... LOL i guess china figures nobody in swiss is gonna come after them for royalty money LMAO
It's just a guy from Switzerland that 'works' in China.

He constantly walks through the plant (which, again, is physically located in China) & just simply touches each unit before it is packaged & shipped out.

And that's how they get away with their outlandish statement that claims that it's a 'Swiss Made' device.
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