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AcuRite 00611A2 Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer and Humidity Sensor

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  • Displays indoor and outdoor temperatures and humidity percentages
  • Large, easy to read display shows all data without toggling
  • Temperature trend arrows indicate whether it?s getting hotter or colder near remote sensor
  • Displays daily highs in Fahrenheit or Celsius
  • Strong signal penetration (enhanced 433 MHz)
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  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 3.5 x 5.5 inches ; 9.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B001B35APA
  • Item model number: 0611A2
  • Batteries 5 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (140 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,337 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Weather the day with confidence with your own accurate and up-to-date information, right from your own backyard. This monitor features precise, reliable temperature and humidity readings. The bold, easy to read LCD screen displays the current indoor/outdoor temperature and humidity with a temperature trend indicator arrow and daily high/low information. Display stands upright for tabletop use or is wall-mountable. The outdoor sensor features powerful wireless technology, low battery indicator light, and an integrated hanger for easy mounting. One-year limited warranty. It's more than accurate, it's AcuRite.


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Customer Reviews

Very easy to set up.
Kate Anderson
While the temperature readings were accurate - within 2 degrees both indoors and outdoors, this unit does not perform accurately at all in reporting humidity levels.
G. Jonen
We like the large easy to read display and the fact that it shows both indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity.
hocadobi

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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Ian Walters on April 24, 2009
This equipment is frustrating.

It is, as the first reviewer said, very easy to get going. Despite caveats in the instructions about situations where the units may not be able to communicate well enough, we have had the full quantity of signal strength bars showing on the main unit display no matter where we place the units, even when the signal has to go between concrete floors and through external concrete walls. Remarkably good. The bar display feature is notably worthwhile.

We have now had the 00611 for about three months.

Initially, the two units agreed with each other out of the package when placed side by side, which is of course how it should be.

However, we have recently had to do this sort of side-by-side test again as the reading from the outdoor unit started getting 'stuck' at an unlikely 98% when humidity was very high, but wouldn't come down, even when brought indoors for a while. [The spec. says that the units' operating range only extends to 95% - so I think '98%' may be a kind of default or error reading. It was a very high humidity day when the 98% problem occurred].

We assumed that the outdoor sensor had become damp and needed time to dry out in order to register lower humidity levels.

The outdoor unit is normally installed in a totally covered location, high on a wall under a four-foot overhang.

The outdoor humidity reading did indeed abruptly start to come down after the unit had a few hours indoors, but stopped when it got within 10% of the indoor reading. (The two units were placed side by side indoors at this time).

With the two units still side by side, we turned on a dehumidifier on the far side of the big room.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By El Lobo on May 24, 2010
I purchased this about four years ago because I was wanted the outdoor humidity sensor feature. I had previously been using a Taylor indoor/outdoor wireless thermometer and was very pleased with its performance and accuracy. But I wanted to see the outdoor humidity as well.

I installed the batteries and placed the indoor unit next to another digital indoor humidity sensor and an analog dial humidity sensor. The indoor and analog sensors agreed, the Acu-rite indoor reading was about seven percentage points lower. Now, after a number of years of use, I have found that the outdoor humidity reading is consistently low by about 10 percentage points, particularly at high temperatures, when it counts the most. I consider this error unacceptable, even for a home unit, and do not recommend this product.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By zimmazam on June 20, 2011
There are a number of negative reviews of this product and the primary complaints are accuracy and failures to function. I have had the same unit for over 2 years and have gifted units to my parents and my sister's family. The remote sensor transmits effectively from any practical distance. The display shows the temperatures and humidity inside and out in an easy to read format. It also shows the outdoor temperature trend in an easy to read form which is a neat feature. Folks who complain about the unit's operation may have gotten a lemon and should exchange it. Accuracy is always close to the media reported temps and humidity. I bought my unit at one of the big home improvement stores and paid $20 on sale. When xmas came around, I bought 2 more units for family and paid $25 so the Amazon price seems higher than it should. Nevertheless my family deemed it one of the best and most practical christmas presents ever!
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Picturesque Music on November 9, 2010
I've been playing with this now for two days testing it. Its inside and outside temperature gauges are both unacceptably inaccurate. Although I could have given it another star for features, layout, etc. (the screen works well and if this thing was accurate it would be great), I see no point; *a thermometer that is inaccurate is wholly not worth having*. If its readings cannot be relied upon there is no point in having it. You don't design in cupholders for a car that never starts or put granite countertops in a house that is caving in. The features on this mean nothing if its basic mandates cannot be met. I'm frankly surprised that in 2010 a digital thermometer could be so wickedly off. People have put a radio control car on a rocket and driven it around Mars and here we are with a thermometer about as accurate as me putting my hand outside and just going by feel?

With my inside temp ranging between 61 and 68 this once in a blue moon reads the same indoor temp but almost all of the time is predictably 2-4 F higher. Indoor humidity it may read a little low but I can't say that for sure. Its outdoor readings are a bit horrific, also in the +2-5 range, though this morning with it 35F outside according to weather station (and my car tells me the weather station is indeed accurate for this location), in the dark and no sunlight or anything else this was reading 41F. It's total nonsense.

As one reviewer found, I had the humidity-sticking problem. Yesterday it was stuck at 98% outside (weather.com was telling me 91). Not long after despite no change in conditions this went right down to 35 and stayed there for a long time. At some point while at work it worked its way up again. So its outdoor humidity reading is a complete waste of time.

A side note, I bought several of the $7 wired units at the same time and found that their outdoor readings were more accurate than this one's.
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