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How does this work, does it just get information from the internet?
211bma
No, this has a bunch of sensors that actually measure the environment in real time.
I'm looking at the Pro for the humidity measurement (and temperature of course). At the moment I don't need all the fancy extras. Is there another product on the market I should look at? Thanks!
Am I the only one that noticed its 4:20 on there lmao
Hoping to see this drop again soon. Wasn't in a financial spot to shell out at the time, but I'm prepared now. From all the reviews I've read, this is quite the handy little device. I'd love to see Massdrop continue offering weather/gadget related devices.
I used to love massdrop but see so many items listed over market. A quick Google search shows this same model available for around $45 / $79.99 is not a deal
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It was on clearance @ B&H
stacksmasher
Excellent, thanks for letting me know. I will check it out. Much appreciated.
just a thought, I have not seen a weather station on MD would be good to have one ūüėÄ
it-man
I'd like to see some Kestrels.
Looks to be missing a critical component, a compass! Did I overlook it?
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Yeah, I got that about the lack of directional precision. This was just a mental exercise for me. It isn't a device I have sufficient interest in to purchase one.
actually i would trust the button compass more !
Does anyone know how long the battery lasts? I was given a similar, but more cheaply built device as a gift, and it chews through the CR-2032 batteries.
Is it worth it the extra $30 for the Pro? Here are the extra features in the Pro: - Current relative humidity - Air density - Relative air density - Heat index (F, C) - Dew point (F, C) - Wet bulb (F,C) Density altitude (ft, m) I'm not sure what Heat Index means. Is it just temperature? How any of these features would help you? I live in Hawaii, and the barometric pressure, plus weather prediction, could save your life in case of a potential flash flood. We cross many streams in many of the hikes here. We can go online and read the rain gauges before going on a hike. But coming back from the woods is another story, especially if you're gone a couple days. Anyway, the Summit seems like something that could be really useful here. But is it worth it to get the Pro for Hawaii? And why? Aloha, Léo
LeoKauai
I don't think you need the added features for somewhere like Hawaii. Dew point is useful esp if camping in cooler areas as it tells you the temp at which your sleeping body vapours will condense and turn to liquid - wetting out the down near the top of your bag. Not much you can do to prevent it though !
Temping at that price to replace my ADC Pro that doesn't work. I've had my eye on a Kestrel but that's also a lot more money...
I used this primarily for temps, especially overnight lows to gauge my sleep system. I planned to use the altimeter more but would forget to calibrate often at trailheads . I didn't love the interface on the Brunton, never got good recording but if sedan more regularly I think it would be fine.
Wow Massdrop
Subtle 420, 69 in the second photo.
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