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La Crosse Technology The Weather Channel Professional Wireless Weather Center

Closeouts. The Weather Channel's Professional Wireless Weather Center tracks and displays wind chill, wind speed and dew point, and stores a history record of up to 140 different measurements for use in tracking patterns.

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  • Reviewed by Disappointed from New Hampshire on Sunday, April 20, 2014
    Initially bought another la crosse weather station, did not work right out of the box, touch screen would not respond, so I returned it and bought this weather channel weather station. I did not realize it was also la crosse when I bought it, otherwise I would not have. After about a month, the top right corner of the led screen went black. As this only shows the date, I was willing to deal with it. Then a month later, the signal from the remote wouldn't be detected by the base unit even after changing batteries in both pieces. So basically the unit is useless and going in the garbage. Sierra trading post should stop selling this garbage. Do not buy this model or even brand
  • Reviewed by kestrel from NC on Tuesday, March 25, 2014
    works great, long range, but the wind speed sensor has a wire that has to be hooked into temp sensor, no bigger, we have ours mounted 100 feet away under another building, so hide from sight...
  • Reviewed by rick from Sacramento Ca. on Friday, March 14, 2014
    . The first one was defective and returned for another. The second is o.k. but it forecasts rain when none is forthcoming for at least 3 to 5 days
  • Reviewed by Bmah from NH on Wednesday, March 12, 2014
    Not worth the time to try and set this thing up. It would be fine if it were truly wireless, it is not. The cable connecting the annanometer to the wireless hygrometer/thermometer is probably 100' long. What to do with all of the extra 95' of cable if you only need 5'? I wasted more time than I care to admit trying to shorten the cable and splice it together to a workable length, all to no avail. The appropriate place for this is the landfill where the one that I bought is headed.
  • Reviewed by Gary from Vermont from vermont on Thursday, March 6, 2014
    item claims to be wireless when in fact there is a wire that connects the two outside pieces wind meter and sending unit also I've only had for 5 days but the unit flatlines when it gets cold outside even though it claims to be good down to -40 Contacted lacrosse support [which you can only do via email and they say they'll get back to you in 5 days or so they say they are very busy. it has now been 4 days and no word yet so i am going to wait and see if they have any magic answer but not very impressed so far
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