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Taylor Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer, Hygrometer & Atomic Clock

3 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews
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  • Indoor/Outdoor Temperature Readings
  • Indoor Temp Range: 14° - 158°F
  • Outdoor Temp Range With Sensor Only: 14° - 158°F
  • outdoor Temp Range With Probe: -40° - 158°F
  • Indoor Humidity Reading: 22% - 99% Relative Humidity
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Product Description

Wireless indoor/outdoor thermometer with hygrometer & atomic clock.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 10.7 x 10.7 x 2 inches
Item Weight 12 ounces
Shipping Weight 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer TAYLOR
ASIN B001F0RBIS
Origin USA
Item model number 1526
Batteries 4 AAA batteries required.
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3 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

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I purchased model #1526 and was barely able to see the display on the receiving unit. I then replaced the batteries with brand new lithium ones with no improvement. I returned the unit to the store where purchased and received a replacement that is also very difficult to see the display. The sending unit display is much clearer and easier to see.

I also lose the temperature reading on the receiving unit when the temperature goes below 15 F despite only being approximately 10ft from the sending unit. Once again, both units have brand new lithium ion batteries. I called Talyor and they were no help at all and said I should just return the unit to where purchased.
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I feel stupid having ordered this product after having read the completely accurate reviews written by the previous customers. This item is a piece of junk.

The first time I received the product, the main unit was broken inside the packaging. Amazon was quick and courteous a about sending a replacement item. However, a working model isn't much more useful. The Display is so dim that it is practically unreadable and you must be viewing it at a very precise angle to see it at all. By no means can you just glance at it as you are walking by.

If I could give this zero stars, I would.
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Had it not been a gift from a dear friend this POS would have received top billing in my recycling bin.

Firstly, if you must use this unit, BE SURE TO INSTALL THE BATTERIES IN THE REMOTE UNIT FIRST!!! Failing to do so will lock the master unit into a search loop which is not always possible to recover from.

The diplay is mostly unreadable unless of course your standing on your head in a well lit corner of the local asylum (restraints optional).

The "Atomic Clock" don't even bother. I think it's trying to connect with Chernobyl. Use the manual setup.

The readings are questionable at best. I live in mid-Michigan and I utilize the NOAA site at least once daily. I also have a very reliable, mechanical indoor outdoor T&H unit in my office. I compare the readings from NOAA to my old standby and I'm always within one degree 'F' and within 2% of humidity. Sadly, the 1526 is always off between 5% and 20% of both.

So when all is said and done; PURCHASE A DIFFERENT UNIT. A Weather Rock is more accurate than this is...
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Upon installing I had to reposition the indoor unit on the wall because you can't see the information on the display if you view it from below eye level, that is, at an angle from the bottom of the display. Now that it has turned cold, the external unit is registering about 9 degrees above the actual temperature and above the indoor unit when they are placed side by side. There is a warranty but it is hardly worth the trouble and expense to return to Taylor for the money involved. I am going to toss it and order a Lacrosse which has been reliable in our summer home.
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I purchased the Taylor wireless thermometer and two additional remote sensors (giving me three remote sensors in total). Even after sitting side by side for 6 hours the three units displayed significantly different temperatures (sometimes up to 6 degrees different). Also, the main unit has never managed to sync with the atomic clock (after 10 days I gave up and set it manually). It was sitting right next to a La Crosse clock that has no trouble picking up the signal. On the plus side, I really like the remote thermometer cable sensor. That allowed me to sit the sender inside the house with the sensor cable though a hole into the attic and outside. The humidity sensor also seems fairly accurate on all devices. So for a fairly flexible installation and a rough guide to temperature these are fine.
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The LCD screen has such low contrast that it's hard to read, unless you push the backlight button, which only illuminates the screen for a few seconds. The contrast varies considerably with angle of view. It's best when viewed from above, such as when the unit sits on a counter. But if you mount it on a wall at eye level, it's hard to see, and impossible if higher than eye level. The "100 foot range" certainly doesn't apply if there are any obstructions like walls or windows. 20 feet is more like it. Finally, after multiple tries indoors and outside, I still haven't been able to get it to synch with the atomic clock.
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I would have awarded this product "zero stars" if the system would have let me.

This wireless thermometer did not reliably receive the signal from the remote sensor. I tried resetting it several times, and positioned the receiver and transmitter about five feet apart for two days to "sync" with each other. Lithium batteries did not help.

I returned the unit for credit within a week.
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By -=PES=- on December 6, 2013
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I bought two. Wish I had spent the $$$ on bubble gum. I'm using the two remotes against a single base unit and, even though both sending units operate identically and relatively accurate, the base unit fails (either one!). The failure is that it will read the remotes and display their varying temps... for about an hour. Then it stops updating. If I pull the batteries on the base (again, either one), it will receive and display the current temp... for about an hour. And yes, I operated the base units independently; I pulled the batteries on one and used the other.

I like the sending units. They come with a fairly lengthy external gauge that you can sneak through window screens, plumbing (I use mine to measure the temp in my crawl space).
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