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Taylor Digital Waterproof Maximum/Minimum Thermometer, -20 to 120 Degrees F

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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Taylor
Part Number 1441
Number of Items 1
EAN 0077784014417
LowerTemperature Range -20  Degrees Fahrenheit
Maximum Measurement -20/120°F
Measurement Type Temperature
Temperature Range -20/120  Degrees Fahrenheit
UNSPSC Code 41000000
UPC 077784014417
Upper Temperature Range 120  Degrees Fahrenheit

Maximum/minimum temperature recording thermometer. Seven day high/low memory for both sensors. Du... Read full product description



Product Features

  • Maximum/minimum temperature recording thermometer
  • Temperature range -20 to 120 degree F/ -29 to 50 degree C
  • Seven day high/low memory for both sensors.
  • Dual channel for separate temperature readings
  • Operates on one AA battery included

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0007LTTR2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,897 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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Product Description

Maximum/minimum temperature recording thermometer. Seven day high/low memory for both sensors. Dual channel for separate temperature readings. Water resistant housing for outdoor use. LCD cover to protect the display from sunlight. Temperature range -20 to 120 degree F/-29 to 50 degree C. Low battery indicator and auto off feature. Operates on one AA battery (included).

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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Robert Bowden on September 28, 2009
I bought about 10 of these for monitoring growth chambers and greenhouses. They work just great for making sure that conditions stay in the desired range. Its ability to measure and retain min/max data for six days is my favorite feature. When I forget to check for several days, the information is retained in separate memory registers for each day. Another bonus is that each unit comes with independent right and a left channels with 10 foot cables for each. Accuracy is very good. I found about 0.5C divergence in readings between different units.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Bold Consumer TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 7, 2010
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This was a great purchase for my purposes. I am truly enjoying my Digital Min/Max Thermometer! I have a small 6' x 8' greenhouse and I'm growing things in the Winter that are only supposed to grow in the Spring and Summer. I check the thermometer often to make sure the temperature is acceptable. The weather here has been icy cold. The minimum temperature got close enough to my "acceptable minimum" that I brought in a small heater. The thermometer appears to be well made for my purposes. If it broke, I would get another one quickly. It's so much fun to go out there and check to see just how low the temperature got last night and if I need to provide more heat for my plants. I recommend it!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mike on April 14, 2012
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We ordered two of these temp recorders for our greenhouse/garden. They both came with a small instruction booklet which is very easy to understand and operate. They're made of some pretty durable plastic and overall construction seems pretty fair for the price. The LCD screen is quite large and easy to read. The two sensors are nice and long, and it's nice to have the two to place them where needed. We've noticed on one of the units one sensor reads a degree or so lower than the other when placed in the same spot. But in the instructions it does say it's accurate +/- 1.5 degrees so no worries there. We have yet to use them outside but worked great out of the box. The only problem was the supplied batteries were no good, we had to replace them with our own. When using the batteries supplied it seemed the units were no good but that was easily fixed with some name brand AA's. Overall, I'd probably purchase again from what I see so far. Also, these units DO NOT do humidity, only temp.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By oso on June 11, 2013
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I bought this and 3 other digital display thermometers with 10' probes to monitor the temperature in a hot-water bath I use to kill the bio-fouling on my oyster stacks. At 140 degrees for 40 seconds, 99% of the starfish and mussels will be killed, while the oysters will survive. A variance of 5 degrees too high and the oysters will die. 5 degrees too low, and the mussels will survive. Accuracy is important, so, before I used them, I put all into a slush-ice mix to see how close to 32 degrees they would be. The Thomas Traceable Lollipop was dead on. The Taylor 4515 (w/ 2 probes) was within 1 degree, and the small General Tools AQ 150 was at or within 1 degree the entire time. The Taylor Digital Panel Mount Thermometer, however, was poor - see the review elsewhere.) This Taylor model was consistently a degree or two off, even between the right and left probe when they were lying next to each other. That said, the error was almost always within a degree or two, and no more. The rate of change was consistent with the other plastic-coated probes (the Thomas is a metal probe, and reacted much quicker than the others). The display case that can be closed and left outside in a shelter is nice. Bottom line: I decided to keep mine to monitor the daily air and water temps, knowing that they will be within 1 degree or so. I won't use it for the hot-water baths as the accuracy is not there.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Scott Olsen on November 15, 2011
I just finished building a green house from a kit. If you have a green house you need a min-max thermometer. I was not impressed in others I saw advertised, but this one looked like it was worth a try. I received it a few days ago and it has preformed very well. I am very pleased with the unit and I especially like the feature of recalling previous days tempts. The only problem I encountered was the batteries. They were poor quality and did not work.
Scott Olsen
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By F. Rump on February 13, 2011
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I've purchased many an analog max/min thermometer and so far none of them has worked for me. This digital product is exactly what I was looking for and I may buy another for outside my greenhouse.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kevin on April 21, 2013
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Worked like it was supposed to but the digital display was very difficult to read in cold temperatures. The display was very faint when the temperature was in the low 30's and below. I used the batteries which were provided. They were not premium batteries. I will replace those batteries with some Duracell's and see if that helps the display appear darker in the cold. I used this to measure the coldest temperature in my tent at night so that I could accurately rate a down filled sleeping bag against its E.N. temperature ratings.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By x on April 25, 2013
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I was very annoyed to discover that the DOA Chinese AA batteries contained lead so I had to figure out how to recycle the toxic batteries. A typical US manufactured AA does not contain lead. I called Taylor to complain about the lead batteries and they were unaware of the problem.

The instructions are in a miniscule font so you may need a magnifying glass to read them, but the unit is easy to operate so the reading the instructions is a onetime affair.

I use the thermometer in an orchard. It has two temperature probes that work identically; each has its own buttons. The unit stores the minimum and maximum temperature for each 24-hour period for up to six days. You can purge the data using the reset button. Otherwise, it will replace sixth day's min max temperatures with the 5th day's data and so on.

Although the device is supposedly for outdoor use, the battery door is not waterproof so I hang the device out of the weather. To replace the battery you remove two very small Phillips head screws. Do this indoors to avoid losing the screws.

Overall, it seems like a good unit for the price however, the battery door could be better, the printed instructions bigger, and it should come with quality US manufactured batteries.
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