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ORIA Refrigerator Thermometer, Indoor Outdoor Thermometer with 2 Wireless Sensors, Freezer Thermometer, Audible Alarm, Min and Max Display, LCD Display for Home (Battery not Included)

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For those that are curious, I purchased this before on October 2019 and they still work. Been using them in my freezers, but recently been having issues with kids leaving the fridge french door cracked open or they don't slide the drawer all the way back in for the freezer, so got myself the black version.
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For those that are curious, I purchased this before on October 2019 and they still work. Been using them in my freezers, but recently been having issues with kids leaving the fridge french door cracked open or they don't slide the drawer all the way back in for the freezer, so got myself the black version.
How's the battery life? I saw a review saying the base unit uses a set a week which seems absurd.
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How's the battery life? I saw a review saying the base unit uses a set a week which seems absurd.
I can't remember when I've replaced the batteries in the freezers, that seems to last pretty long no where near to what the user stated. I'm using NIMH batteries, so I'm not sure if that makes a difference. The unit itself will slowly get lighter, so the screen will be difficult to read as your batteries die, so you'll know when you need to replace them. Definitely lasts longer than a week, I'd say a few months the display unit the actual devices easily over a year, because I can't even remember when I've last replaced them if ever.

I didn't measure them for accuracy, I use them more for temp change alert (so my freezers go beyond 15 degrees chances are someone left them open longer than a few minutes), so after it goes beyond a certain temperature threshold it starts to beep like a 1980s digital watch alarm.
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Does anyone have a good recommendation for smart temp sensors for fridges? I guess zigbee or others that will work with homekit or Habitat.

I see a few on amazon, but given the audience I am curious if any have had success with the small battery operated devices with BT5.
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How's the battery life? I saw a review saying the base unit uses a set a week which seems absurd.
I've had the set for over a year and use regular no brand batteries. I haven't had to replace the base unit or the sensors. Works perfect!

My only complaint is the one of the sensors has the same wireless band as my outdoor weather station so for a while I was curious why the outdoor temp was 36F laugh out loudlaugh out loudlaugh out loud
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Probably works better than a DHT11 strapped to an Arduino. I wonder if they're 315MHz or 433MHz. Grabbed one to find out.
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Exactly what I was looking for at a great discount.
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A insurance for your Samsung fridges. How ever I recommend you whirpool😎😎🤯
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Do yourself a favor and use these with Energizer lithium AA batteries. NIMH or alkaline batteries will last weeks or perhaps months at near 0F. I've been using the same set of lithium AA for 18 months with a problem, nor a sign they need to be replaced.

On the other hand, the receiver itself needs a new set of NIMH/alkaline batteries every 2-3 months due to display being on 24/7.
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Bought one of these (different "brand", same product) about 2 years ago. We use them in our fridges in our camper. Nice way to make sure the food is staying cold enough without having to keep opening them up.
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Bought one, but just 6 left! Hurry before sold out...(unless that "6 left" is a lie!)
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I bought this in Nov 2020 and just had to replace the batteries on the display unit. I checked the voltage on the thermometers and they were still considered more than "good" by my battery tester.

I bought the unit after my garage circuit breaker tripped, and we lost a freezer full of food (no idea it had tripped until over a day later).

Since then, it was helpful in:
- Noticing how often fridge-freezers go through defrost cycles.
- An alarm if the kids leave the freezer open accidentally (has happened only once - but that's worth the price).
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Not dead. Just got one with 50% off code.
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