Attach this thermometer to the outside of any window and you'll be able to read the outdoor temperature from across the room. The big, digital display is easy to see even in bright sun. Weather-resistant unit reads from -13° to 158°F and shows daily high and low temperatures. Mounting tape and one CR2032 button battery included.
• Window thermometer • Weather-resistant design • Easy-to-read digital display • Reads from -4º to 140ºF with daily highs and lows • Mounting tape and battery included
Buy two or more at $13.95 each.
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Comments about Product: I love this little thermometer which I have had for about four years now. I will speak to some folks negative comments. My thermometer is under an overhang so waterproof is not an issue and I live in Oregon. I just recently had to replace the battery for the first time. In the afternoon the reading is not accurate due to the sun shinning directly on it, but that is not a problem because I only really want to know the temperature in the morning. I live in the moderate climate of western Oregon so severe temperatures are not an issue here. Attaching it to the window can be tricky especially as the suction cups get older. Here is what I have learned over time:
1) It attaches best to a warm window.
2) Wash the window where you plan to attach it. I use Windex. Wash the suction cups with a tiny bit of soap and water to remove any oils.
3) Moisten the suction cups just a TINY bit with spit or water before attaching.
4) Put down something soft to catch it in case it falls off the first time. Mine has fallen on a hard surface a couple of times and is still accurate.
Comments about Product: This is a great little device for finding out the temperature inside or out. I use mine for outside right now and the numbers are easy to read. I am really quite pleased with my purchase.
Comments about Product: I love it. I was replacing an older smaller outdoor digital thermometer. It took a couple tries to get it to stick, but that is no different than any other suction cup item. Mine is in direct sun, so the reading isn't always reflective of the actual temp, but that's to be expected! Not sure what others are complaining about! I recommend this product.
Comments about Product: I activated the battery, got a double image, the temperature changed the first time I activated it and then never waivered from 75.8º no matter where I put the thermometer. I threw it out - probably cost more to return it than it was worth in the first place. I order often from Plow and Hearth and this is the first time I've been disappointed.
Comments about Product: Terrific outdoor thermometer..have had mine for over a year with no problems (all outdoor thermometers that use suction cups will on occasion fall due to barometric changes) mine did twice..but stood up. I am back now to buy more as gifts. The battery is still working!
Comments about Product: Purchased two(2) for gifts. My neighbors is working fine. My brothers worked for 3 1/2 months then a scrambled display appeared. Thinking the factory provided button battery was weak, he replaced it. To no avail, still garbled.
Both units were placed beneath window awnings. Precipitation should not be a factor. Must have gotten a bad one.
Comments about Product: I wanted it for outside on a window where it would be snowed and rained on and also get much colder than the thermometer can handle. I did not know it had to be under a shelter and in warmer temperatures or I would not have purchased it.
Comments about Product: I gave one to several of my family members because I liked my dig.win.therm so much. I do wonder how long the battery will last. Time will tell.
Also my Son and I visited your store in Virginia Beach recently. It is so overwhelming in every way. I'm so pleased to have your store so close to me.
Comments about Product: We stuck this on the outside of the garden window in our kitchen...we enjoy being able to check the temperature outside but it is very hard to see in the sunlight. Other than that, we like the product a lot.
Comments about Product: We keep an eye on the weather, more than the average person, so we were happy to receive this thermometer as a gift. Our pleasure was short-lived. It is not accurate. No matter where we placed it we were unable ever to obtain an accurate reading and some of the readings were actually laughable.
Comments about Product: I agree with Diane from NJ. I can't get an accurate reading. One November day I got a 90 degree reading. I live in CT! I bought it to help me dress the kids appropiately in the early morning. I'm bummed because it doesn't work and I have to return it now.
Comments about Product: I was disappointed in the fact the unit is not waterproof and the instructions sugggest it be placed away from the elements. Most windows are exposed to the elements, so this pretty much limits the use.
Comments about Product: This thermometer really works and it installs quickly. It is easy to read and best of all it is accurate! It has been in place on our window for a year now through rain, snow, ice and heat. I go to it every day to check the outside temperature.
Comments about Product: I returned this product because it really doesn't perform as I would think many would want it to. First of all, it is shown outside a window, but it is not waterproof! I put a zip-loc around it to try to keep it dry. But what made me realize it wasn't useful was that if you stick it to your window the indoor temperature affects the reading which was more than ten degrees warmer than the actual outdoor temperature. So I don't know what this would be good for unless you had it inside.
Comments about Product: We really love the thermometer, it's great to see the highs and lows of the day. We apparently didn't read the instructions and left it on the window during the winter. Our winters in Syracuse, NY are too cold and we had to replace it this spring. Other than that...love it!
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Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.
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