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AcuRite Wireless Digital Floating Pool and Spa Thermometer
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AcuRite

Wireless Digital Floating Pool and Spa Thermometer

$29.98 /each

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Perfect for pools, hot tubs, and lakes, the AcuRite Wireless Digital Pool Thermometer allows you to monitor water temperature from a digital display inside your house (up to 100 ft. away). The bold, easy to read LCD screen displays the current water temperature, high / low information and a history graph with the last 3 days of temperature recordings. Track temperature changes from 1 hour to 3 days ago. A Freeze Warning alerts you when the water temperature drops below 40 degrees. The floating outdoor sensor features water temperature information, durable weatherproof & waterproof construction, powerful wireless technology and low battery indicator light. One-year limited warranty. It's more than accurate, it's AcuRite.

  • Monitor water temperature remotely
  • Historical measurement bar graph allows you to monitor temperature readings from 1 hour up to 3 days ago
  • Freeze Warning alerts you when water drops below 40 degrees
  • Strong signal penetration enhanced 433 MHz
  • Powerful wireless technology transmits data through walls and long distances
  • Tabletop or wall-mountable design
  • Powerful wireless technology transmits data through walls & long distances
  • Durable, weatherproof and waterproof construction
  • Rubber side bumpers
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Will it connect to acurite weather bridge?

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November 10, 2015
Will it connect to acurite weather bridge?
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August 31, 2016
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Yes - you can see your readings anywhere in the world
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August 22, 2016
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It will NOT connect with the new MyAcurite firmware update on the bridges. The device is not supported by Acurite when connecting to their bridges. They don't even sell this on their website anymore because it's so prone with issues.
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June 22, 2016
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Yes, works great over 100' from the pool and now I can see temp on my computer and phones.
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May 31, 2016
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Yes. this will connect to your bridge. My old one was connected and the one I received today also connected. Hoping this one lasts more than one year.
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January 18, 2016
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This sensor is not on the list of AccuLink compatible sensors.
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Suitability for salt water spa pools

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July 17, 2015
Is this floating thermometer suitable for chlorinated salt water spa pools? Our pool normally runs at 40-41 degrees C (105 F) with a salt water chlorinator. Our last unit only lasted 3 months as I later found out through a Google search that the unit was actually unsuitable for salt water pools. I don't want to be caught twice. :) John
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August 2, 2016
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Yes
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June 28, 2016
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Do not purchase for any type water, I have purchased 3 and all have failed in fresh water in 3 weeks or less.
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April 25, 2016
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Mine did that too - condensation in LCD, found it was not the top plastic LCD cover that leaked, it was water getting in past the rubber seal in the base screw connection causing the condensation in the LCD from water inside the unit. Got some plumber's silicon faucet grease, coated the rubber seal liberally, and no more leaking. Now I use the silicon grease on my chlorine feeder and pump strainer basket Read More
Mine did that too - condensation in LCD, found it was not the top plastic LCD cover that leaked, it was water getting in past the rubber seal in the base screw connection causing the condensation in the LCD from water inside the unit. Got some plumber's silicon faucet grease, coated the rubber seal liberally, and no more leaking. Now I use the silicon grease on my chlorine feeder and pump strainer basket lid rubber seals as well. Keeps the seals in place, and from drying out, and makes a nice tight but easy to unscrew waterproof connection. Read Less
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October 31, 2015
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It is waterproof - I don't see why not.
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August 5, 2015
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Honestly - it's not suitable for any pool.
In my experience, it leaks horribly around the LCD window and will likely fail within a month or two of having been outside. I've purchased two of them and experienced the same problem with both. There is *no* water seal between the LCD and the clear window. Rain and pool water splash will combine to fill the unit with moisture over time.
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May I purchase only 1 item - the floating pool thermometer

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No don't, they don't last very long.
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Yes, you will have to order online, they don't normally stock in stores
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I have not seen these particular items sold separately. However, there are similar digital floating thermometers on ebay.
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Yes but it comes with the indoor monitor as a complete unit, not just a standalone thermometer.
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yes you can run up to 3 just switch them to different channels they have A B OR C on both reciever and base were you put in the batteries
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Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 179 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by These suck, first one lasted 2 days and went bad. Second one last 3 months and says the pool temperature is 158 degree, Not. October 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst pool thermometers on the market Had one get filled with water and short out within 3 days. The replacement did the same thing. Really bad product. October 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by spa thermometer I am on my third one. The batteries get wet and the thermometer.Then the unit stops working October 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Wasted my money on three of these. The bottom line is that my first purchase lasted one season and I went through two of these within a month on season two. I too thought that maybe the kids were being rough on the first one but that definitely was not the case this year. To be honest, I have a feeling that these actually leak from the top where the display is, than on the lower part where the battery is (because there is an o-ring there). The problems that I have had include (of course) the leaking of all three, the fact that the direct sun shining on the unit will inflate the temperature reading by several degrees, and the third until would not switch from C to F (however, the remote display is able to be switched to F). If it weren't for the fact that these leak (one clear indicator of that is that it shows the temp to be around 150 degrees), this would be an awesome device. There is a display on the unit in the pool and of course the remote display as well. The remote display provides temperature tracking for the previous week and there are several channels to select in case one frequency is weak. The batteries last a reasonable time (the devices died before the batteries did), and the pool unit synchs up easily to the remote display. In fact, seeing that the other pool units had died, I was using multiple remote displays connected to the one unit in the pool. It is a shame that they cannot master making this device waterproof as it is supposed to be in the water all the time, because otherwise it would be a great product. As is, it is almost as effective as having an umbrella that is not waterproof. I guess the other alternative would be to use it in an indoor pool and of course drain the water out of the pool. September 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Leaks Based on my experience and other reviews I can come to only one conclusion - This thing leaks and will only last anywhere from a few days to one season if you are lucky. It isn't a case where one may leak and another may not, they all do! Now I may not know much, but if you told me to make a gadget that floats in water, my first objective would be to make sure it doesn't leak. No matter what, if I can't make sure it doesn't leak, then it can't come to market. The one I bought lasted about a couple Months before it stopped working and I saw water in the screen area. I opened it up and put it in the sun and once dry it worked again with fresh batteries for a few more weeks. I am strong enough and tightened the battery compartment as tight as I could make it. I suspect that the water is coming in from the antenna cover on the top as the screws that hold it are completely rusted. September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product This is a great way to monitor the pool or lake temperatures. Very accurate and reasonably priced. September 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Inaccurate The unit is well-built and looks nice, but it does not register the correct temperature. Manufacturer's warranty information is unavailable, and attempts to contact them have failed. The real temperature was confirmed with manual thermometers. Acurite shows 99 when the tub is actually 104. Hoped this unit would be better than those cheap units from China that only last a month or two. This one is warrantied for a year but what good is that when the manufacturer won't respond? Guess I will have the wrong temperature for a year. I notice that Acurite thermometers in general are inaccurate. My wireless Indoor/outdoor thermometer is typically 5 degrees wrong. October 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Nice I have been looking for a thermometer for my Koi pond so I know how to feed. The convenience of having the reading in the house is a real nice. The in pond thermometers were always a pain to read. I have had no leakage of water into the sensor as mentioned earlier. I did put some silicone grease on the gasket as a precaution. I really like the feature of having the 3 day graph so I can have an easy trending comparison. I have other AcuRite products and have been happy with them. I will be getting a weather station and hope this unit will work as a sensor so I can track any trends of the water temperature to the air temperature. I would definitely recommend this product to anyone with a Koi pond. July 26, 2016
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