La Crosse Technology Weather Channel WS-9020TWC-IT Intelligent Forecast Station with Multi-Language Display Option
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- Wireless weather forecast station with remote temperature and humidity sensor
- 4 LCD screen languages: English, French, German or Italian
- Predicts strong winds, storms, tempest, frost, and snowfall
- Records 12-hour barometric history; tendency arrow shows weather changes ahead
- Wireless transmission range up to 330 feet; atomic clock with date
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I proceeded to setup the high and low temperature alerts. Low at 40 and high at 90. This morning we were awakened with the alert letting us know that the greenhouse interior was greater than 90 degrees. We grow several types of Asian plants and trees so we try to keep temps between 40-90. Were located in south central Texas so it's harder to keep the greenhouse cool than warm. We have four automatic roof vents in the greenhouse but it appears we may need some additional cooling. I love this new wireless weather station.
The only con with this weather station is the missing batteries. You would think that at this price point the manufacturer could include 5 double A alkaline batteries.
It was a little more money that I wanted to spend but after checking all the features and other types of weather station I choose this one. I could not be happier. Set-up was a breeze and it appears very well made.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have used this sensor for the past two years and it is pretty accurate for the lower cost of not having a professional weather sensing system...those cost approximately $600.Published on November 13, 2013 by Gary Lane
The 9020 started having problems after about 6 months. I replaced the batteries but it didn't help. The display became intermittent. Read morePublished on October 7, 2013 by Omni Savant
Don't bother wasting your time or money with the seller Beautiful You. What a bunch of monkeys. Now I have to restart the search for a gift.Published on December 13, 2012 by M. Sanders
Nice size unit, good detail, BUT.... It went through batteries ever 4 to 5 days.So much activity on the base. Used the batteries reccomended too! Read morePublished on February 17, 2012 by blgolf
I have had this weather forecaster now for about four years and absolutely love it. I have not had to replace the batteries in it or the sensor in four years yet. Read morePublished on August 31, 2011 by Tom T
Works great and easy to set up. It took a couple of days to start registering the weather trends, but after that it worked great. It has predicted every major storm that has hit.Published on August 17, 2011 by Bill O
Very good product for the price ($42)...The forecast icon area and the pressure are a bit confusing. Also the bottom forecast area leaves room for improvement. Read morePublished on May 26, 2011 by poppaamick
The product works fine, but the product description on the internet was a bit misleading. We saw this product on a number of websites and each implied (but didn't directly say)... Read morePublished on February 20, 2011 by Road Reader
This is a good item. The low temperature forecast uses the 8:00PM dew point.
The forecast for snow, wind, tempest and storm are decent. Read more