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AcuRite

Model 00799HDSBA1

Internet #100659740

Store SKU #816436

LCD Thermometer

$7.89 /each

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The AcuRite Digital Window Thermometer features accurate, reliable temperature readings. The bold, easy to read LCD screen displays the current temperature in degrees Fahrenheit. Weather resistant construction is perfect for outdoor use. Easy-mount suction cup. 1-year limited warranty. It's more than accurate, it's AcuRite.

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how accurate is the thermometer?

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July 12, 2015
The specification says "It's more than accurate, it's AcuRite." but it doesn't include how accurate is the reading displayed by the thermometer.
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I would not think very accurate since the suction cup places the unit right at the window. The actual window and surrounding house are hot in summer and in winter, radiating heat from within. Also, the location of the window being used could be in full sun or shaded by a tree and other variables. So it becomes a question of getting a reading of your home's exterior wall as opposed to an air reading away Read More
I would not think very accurate since the suction cup places the unit right at the window. The actual window and surrounding house are hot in summer and in winter, radiating heat from within. Also, the location of the window being used could be in full sun or shaded by a tree and other variables. So it becomes a question of getting a reading of your home's exterior wall as opposed to an air reading away from any buildings. Another problem is that all weather reporting agencies provide a different temperature figure and you don't know how often they update as well as the accuracy of their equipment. To find out, you would probably have to compare your reading to that of a calibrated mercury lab quality thermometer. Lastly, temperatures can vary widely from place to place depending on the density of surrounding buildings, concrete slabs, blacktop, and available trees. Read Less
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