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Acu-Rite Wireless Weather Station

Updated on September 3, 2012
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Keith Schroeder writes The Wealthy Accountant blog with 30 years experience in the tax field. He is the tax adviser of Mr. Money Mustache an

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I remember my first weather station. It was an Acu-rite. I don’t know the model number; I can’t find it anywhere on the console. I still have my first Acu-rite and it works as good as it did the day I got it. Batteries are the only maintenance ever performed on my Acu-Rite weather station.

I have more than one weather station now. Weather has become an addiction, requiring more advanced weather forecasting tools and sensors to titillate the mind. But I can not give up my Acu-Rite. Why is that?

Throwing away a working device irritates me, so I keep my Acu-Rite console in the living room. Newer Acu-Rite models have more features and some even forecast weather up to two days out. My old friend does only the basics: temperature inside and out, humidity inside and out, date and time, and moon phases. These facts date me, I am sure. Still, my old friend faithfully displays the facts accurately. Long life and accuracy; what more could I want?

Money comes hard so I want a product that delivers what it promises and lasts. Acu-Rite has a variety of wireless weather stations perfect for the home or office. Acu-Rite has quality at an affordable price. That is why I am buying another Acu-Rite, the 2-Way Wireless Weather Forecaster 00634. Don’t let me sway your choice in weather stations. Choose the one that works for you. My opinion: Get an Acu-Rite. Long life, features/sensors, and price make Acu-Rite the right choice.

Where to get the Best Deal

There are several weather station manufactures to choose from, but for me, Acu-Rite has earned my business. Now I need to decide where to buy. Amazon is my choice here. Amazon has the lowest price, or nearly so, free shipping, and a money-back guarantee. The choice is easy. Considering the guarantee and free shipping, Amazon blows everyone else away.

Amazon beats everybody due to their unique structure. Manufacturers and retailers vie for the top positions based on price and quality. Amazon’s large internet footprint means more sales. Therefore, sellers can sell for less and make more profit by selling more items with a lower profit margin.

But the coup de grace is the free shipping. Why waste time, gas, and effort shopping for a weather station when you will get the best price from Amazon without shipping costs. In a few days your Acu-Rite weather station will arrive at your doorstep.

Order your Acu-Rite weather station from Amazon today. They also make great gifts.


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