Model # TX6700

Internet #203762707

Maverick Wireless Rain Gauge-DISCONTINUED

Discontinued Maverick

Wireless Rain Gauge-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

Have you ever been curious about the amount of rain that has fallen. Or do you need to know for a school project or even for work. Check out this wireless rain gauge by Maverick. The unit receives rain data from a wireless remote rain gauge and shows wireless outdoor temperature. You won't have to worry about this unit resetting itself as it accumulates rainfall until a manual reset is made. It now only shows the current rainfall rate but also shows max/min rainfall amount records and the rainfall for last rain period. The rainfall transmitter self empties via tipping bucket so you don't need to go out and empty it yourself. Just remember to reset the recorder.

  • Manual set time and date
  • Rainfall measures in inches
  • Shows max/min indoor and outdoor temperature records
  • ºC/ºF selectable display
  • Wall hanging or free standing (removable stand)




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Wireless Rain Gauge-DISCONTINUED is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not Impressed The mounting screws and washers were loose in the package. There was a small plastic envelope that they should have been in but it was stapled on one end and open on the other. One washer was missing. The battery case in the rain collecting unit has 6 very small screws holding the cover in place. If you drop one, you will never find it nor will you find a replacement. A snap in place cover would have been sufficient and easy. The base unit's digital functions are ridiculously hard to set. The time of day starts at 12 midnight and you press the + button to step through the time minute by minute. So if you are setting the clock to 7 PM, you will have to press the + button 420 times. It would be worth staying up past midnight to set it. The date functions in a similar way. The date starts with January first and you keep pressing the + button to arrive at June 10 (for instance). This is the first electronic rain gauge that I've owned that gave you no way to check it's accuracy or to calibrate it correctly if it's wrong. Definitely not what I would expect from Home Depot.
Date published: 2013-06-10
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