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Honeywell TM005X Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Thermo-Hygrometer Review
“I bought the Honeywell TM005X for its ability to measure humidity. So far it’s been very accurate in its readings. For the price that I bought on Amazon, this was definitely a good deal.”
“I bought this unit because it was easy to read the displays. My eyesight has gone bad over the years. The hygrometer and temperature readings are very accurate. I’ve used it inside and outside of my home. I would highly recommend this product if you want accurate readings.”
"This is the most accurate thermometer/hygrometer I've ever used. I use it keep track of the temperature in my pool and its proven itself time and time again."
Are you looking for a way to keep track of the temperature and humidity of your room at home or in the office? You could go buy a cheap thermometer at the store to get the temperature but it probably won’t give you humidity readings. If you want both readings, then you need to buy the . Honeywell TM005X Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Thermo-Hygrometer
The Honeywell TM005X Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Thermo-Hygrometer has many features that make it stand out above the rest. First, it has the jumbo display so that you can see the temperature and humidity readings. No need to take out your magnifying glass just to read it. The unit comes with a remote sensor so that you can put it in the place where you want get readings. The readout itself can be put in another place since it’s wireless. So you could have the hygrometer in your bedroom while the remote sensor is in the living room. You could also use the sensor in your swimming pool or hot tub. The transmission range is up to 100 ft so you get a good distance.
- Jumbo LCD display for easy readings from across the room
- Wireless sensor transmits temperature and humidity data from up 100 feet away
- Main display receives data from up to 3 sensors (other 2 sold separately)
- Toggles display from temperature to humidity bold digits for easy reading of both
- Memory for minimum and maximum recorded data such as temperature highs and lows