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For sailors, surfers, hang-gliders, or kite-fliers, this nifty gadget is a must-have for keeping tabs on current wind conditions. The tiny handheld anemometer comes in a sporty, yellow, plastic, weather-resistant casing, making it ideal for use during water activities or rainy weather. About 5 seconds after powering up, the anemometer reports the current wind speed in either miles per hour, kilometers per hour, meters per second, or Knots plus, displays wind speed on a Beaufort Scale bar graph. The module also records the maximum and average wind speeds for any 2- to 10-second period of time, and recalls them at the user’s prompting. This anemometer also measures current temperature in Fahrenheit or Celsius and wind chill. The LCD screen has a backlight, making the display easy to read even in low-light conditions. The display automatically turns off every 8 seconds in order to preserve the life of the 3-volt lithium cell battery. This anemometer comes with a handy neck band to help prevent you from losing it in foul weather, and is covered by a one-year warranty.
Display wind speed in mph, km/h, m/s, knots -Beaufort scale bar graph (0-12) This is a system for estimating wind force without the use of instruments based on the visible effects of the wind on the physical environment (0-Calm up to 12-Hurricane)
Displays maximum & average wind speed since power on
Backlight feature & power saving shut-off. Included neck lanyard to carry with you!
Display the ambient temperature in Fahrenheit or Celsius. -21.8 °F to 138.2 °F with 0.2° resolution (-29.9°C to +59°C with 0.1°C resolution) -Press + button to view Wind Chill
Is water resistant and includes one 3V CR2032 lithium cell battery
This anemometer is ok but unfortunately it has taken me three attempts to get one that works. Other than that, it seems to be ok but I do not have any way of verifying if the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jose Marin
good instrument to have on hand digital display numbers are too small hard to read.Published 4 months ago by Toan D.
Waste of money! Being a storm chaser,I like to have something I can measure simple winds. Its not even close to grabbing accurate wind speed. Read morePublished 5 months ago by cycle0525
Small, handy and helpful. I live on the beach and use this frequently to gauge the winds.Published 5 months ago by Jamie