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Airthings 2950 Wave (2nd Gen) - Smart Radon Detector with Humidity & Temperature Sensor - $150

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Has anyone compared this to the Radon eye? Wondering how much their readings differ.
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Has anyone compared this to the Radon eye? Wondering how much their readings differ.
Cannot compare but I have the radon eye and like it. It logs locally and you can download via Bluetooth and graph on phone. That allows you to really see patterns. For instance I know when it rains it's going to climb and how fast and I can monitor mitigation
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Is this decent price?
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Has anyone compared this to the Radon eye? Wondering how much their readings differ.
I have both and it is very common that readings differ by more than 100%. Sometimes RadonEye is higher and sometimes Airthings is higher. I think Airthings rolling sampling window is very different from RadonEye. Overall I trust RadonEye reading much more but app for it is really rudimentary. AirThings historical readings are much smoother than RadonEye, that are much more up and down, with occasional drops to zero.

The reason I trust RadonEye reading more because it more predictably drops reported number when I open all windows with breeze replacing air inside. Overall it is impossible to know for sure accuracy without a point of reference with the same sampling window.
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I just bought the nonsmart one for $136. Should I return and get this for $14 more?
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