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1. Dr. Friedrichs Gruppe 691300 Wireless
2. Dr. Friedrichs Gruppe 696000 Wireless
3. Dr.Friedrichs Gruppe 447500 Rain-Gauge

1. Dr. Friedrichs Gruppe 691300 Wireless Thermometer, Plus Clock/Calendar
by Torka
Lawn & Patio
list price: $129.00
Asin: B00005V56L
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

By combining a main unit that displays the indoor temperature(plus a clock and calendar) and the temperature from a remote, wirelesssensor that can be set up either indoors or outdoors up to 100 feetaway, this battery-operated, radio-wave set monitors conditions at twolocations simultaneously. (The main unit will handle up to threeadditional remote, wireless sensors, though those must be orderedseparately.) The large LCD display has three sections: one showing thetemperature at the remote sensor's location, another showing thetemperature at the main unit's location, and the third showingclock/calendar information. Minimum/maximum temperatures recorded bythe remote sensor for any given period can be recalled, and themeasuring period can be reset at any time. The display can be set foreither Fahrenheit or Celsius.The remote sensor can also be programmed to sound an alarm whentemperatures fall outside or inside programmed parameters (for a baby'sroom or wine cellar) or when the freezing conditions are reached (for agarden or garage). The clock can also be programmed to sound an alarm.The main unit uses two AA batteries and the remote sensor one 9Vbattery (batteries not included), and there are low-battery indicatorsfor each. The main unit has a built-in desktop stand or can be hung bya nail or screw with a wall-mount slot in the back. It measures 3-1/4inches wide, 5-3/4 inches high, and 3/4 inch thick. The remote sensorlies flat or can be wall mounted (mounting tapes included) and measures2-1/8 inches wide, 4 inches high, and 1 inch thick. Because no assemblyis required, the system operates as soon as batteries are installed.Read more

Features

  • Main unit displays indoor temperature (plus clock/calendar) and temperature from
  • remote, wireless sensor up to 100 feet away (indoors or outdoors)
  • Programmable alarm for temperature changes or freezing conditions
  • Main unit can handle up to three additional remote sensors (not included)
  • Recalls minimum/maximum temperatures; battery operated (batteries not included)

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Way to go, Dr. Friedrich!
This is one cool thermometer.Read more


2. Dr. Friedrichs Gruppe 696000 Wireless Thermometer
by Torka
Lawn & Patio
list price: $115.00
Asin: B00005V56M
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

By combining a main unit that displays the indoor temperatureand the temperature from a remote, wireless sensor that can be set upeither indoors or outdoors up to 100 feet away, this battery-operated,radio-wave set monitors conditions at two locations simultaneously.(The main unit will handle up to two additional remote, wirelesssensors, though those must be ordered separately.) The large LCDdisplay shows the temperature at the main unit's location on the leftand the temperature at the remote sensor's location on the right.Minimum/maximum temperatures recorded for any given period can berecalled, and the measuring period can be reset at any time. Thedisplay can be set for either Fahrenheit or Celsius.The remote sensor also has been preprogrammed to sound an alarm whenthe temperature at its location falls to 38 degrees F--ideal for, say,a garden or garage. The main unit uses two AAA batteries and the remotesensor one 9V battery (batteries not included). The main unit comeswith a desktop stand or can be hung by a nail or screw with awall-mount slot in the back. It measures 5 inches wide, 3 inches high,and 7/8 inch deep. The remote sensor has a built-in desktop stand orcan be wall mounted and measures 2-3/8 inches wide, 3-1/2 inches high,and 1 inch thick. Because no assembly is required, the system operatesas soon as batteries are installed. Read more

Features

  • Main unit displays indoor temperature plus temperature from remote
  • Wireless sensor up to 100 feet away (indoors or outdoors)
  • Automatic ice alarm if temperature at sensor falls to 38 degrees F
  • Main unit can handle up to two additional remote sensors (not included)
  • Recalls minimum/maximum temperatures; battery operated (batteries not included)

Reviews (4)

2-0 out of 5 stars Dr. Friedricks Guppe Wireless Thermometer
I only today received this item so I have no long term experience to report.However, the description refers to the capability to use 3 transmitters but neither the data furnished with my purchase nor anything I have been able to locate gives me enough information to allow me to purchase another transmitter.

2-0 out of 5 stars Infernal Beeping
If you live in a tropical climate than you are ok, but if you live where the temperature dropps below 40'F don't buy this product. The ice warning is a infernal high pitched beeping which sets off the glass break alarms on my security system. There is no stopping the beep. It is a "built in feature". You have to "destroy" the speeker to get it to stop. Don't get this product. I would suggest the other version that doesn't beep. Other than this it is a pretty accurate (sometimes off a little) but other than that it works well.

1-0 out of 5 stars frustrating design
Neat idea, but frustrating design.When freeze alarm beeps you must press a certain button to stop it. When it sounds in middle of night it is difficult to find that specific button. Be nice if it had a "silent" mode. If you do press the wrong button, you have reset it--which is not a simple button click. You have to unscrew the back and reset the transmitter unit as well. Not worth it. ... Read more


3. Dr.Friedrichs Gruppe 447500 Rain-Gauge
by Torka
Lawn & Patio
list price: $20.00
Asin: B00004TTTG
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Now there's a decorative way to gauge rainfall. The Dr. Friedrichs Gruppe 31-1/2-inch plastic rain gauge measures 1 millimeter of precipitation per square meter, or one liter, up to 1-1/2 inches, or up to 40 millimeters. Not only is it functional, it's an attractive addition to your garden or lawn. The deep green metal pole can be easily inserted into the ground. Attached to the pole is a curved, plastic holder designed to embrace the softer green-tinted plastic gauge perfectly, all the while adding grace to your outside environment. Large white numbers make the gauge easy to read, and white markings in between the numbers give you the perfect reading, no matter if it's misting or raining cats and dogs. ... Read more

Features

  • Made of clear, green-tinted plastic
  • Tall style allows for easy readability
  • Just lift the cup out of the stand and empty each day
  • Measures rainfall in inches
  • 31-1/2 by 3 inches

Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars REPLACEMENT
I like the rain gauge. My only disappointment is that I cannot find a replacement gauge. It has broken, but I would like to continue using it.I have tried stores around where I live, but no such luck. Does anyone now how to find them?

1-0 out of 5 stars Shoddy rain gauge
This rain gauge was a disappointment all the way around. First, it arrived broken. Second, it was made of plastic when I had thought (judging by the photo) that it was wought iron. And third, it was marked in meters instead of inches. It was made in Germany and should have stayed there.

3-0 out of 5 stars Plastic
The plastic rain container is good in a warm climate but feels rather delicate. The support rod is somewhat flimsy and doesn't appear to be durable. It is attractive but appears low quality for the $$. ... Read more


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