Reviewed by Ms CE from Washington on Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Works great! We bought two, one for the home, one for our RV. However, since it's winter and the RV is in storage, we put batteries in both receivers but only one transmitter. Both record the temperature from the transmitter, but one of them is about 80 feet from the transmitter through several w...
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Reviewed by Review Guy from Cooperstown on Wednesday, July 31, 2013
The weather Channel Wireless Thermometer is easy to read. Most importantly, becasue the thermometer's outdoor sensor is wireless, you can locate the base unit in the house where it can more accurately give you the indoor temperature. Thermometers with a theathered sensor have to be located near the window where is is tradionally colder or warmer than the room.
Reviewed by betsybo from Knoxville, TN on Monday, July 1, 2013
This was easy to set up and worked for about a week. Then, as reported by another reviewer, the outside temperature simply quit working and showed simply two lines. No amount of resetting would work. This is a dud and not worth buying at any price unless you need an indoor thermometer and clock, because that's all that works.
Reviewed by Neo from San Francisco Bay area on Saturday, June 22, 2013
Product worked for one day. Then the outside temperature would not register in the table top unit, instead it gave two lines "--". Tried a couple times to reset, as the instructions are very specific (you have to take batteries out of both units for at least ten minutes, then put the batteries back in while keeping the units between 3 and 5 feet apart, and the units should start communicating after 15 minutes). but did not work. Very disappointed