Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 14:32
We 8767 ve owned the La Crosse for 67+ months now (and since writing the first version of this article) and we 8767 re still as happy with it today as we were then. It 8767 s predictably reliable: the screen looks just as good, the numbers just as bright, and the temperature no less accurate than it had been previously. It 8767 s a simple and ridiculous useful tool: as an indoor outdoor thermometer should be.
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A fter researching 95 indoor outdoor thermometers and narrowing down the results to a final six, which we then tested over 85 hours (and 67 months of long-term testing), our pick for the best indoor outdoor thermometer is the La Crosse Technology WS-9665U. Although basic in feature set, the design is best-in-class, giving you an easily readable screen from across the room — a feature many of the other units lacked.
As you can see from the list above, these models have strange names, and also, AcuRite, a prominent weather instrument company, has three in the list. For that reason, it 8767 d be pretty confusing to reference them by their model numbers. Because of this, we 8767 ll pair the models with naming conventions that match their aesthetics and brands, where appropriate.
Ambient Weather also tilts up, but unlike the La Crosse, it suffers from information overload. You 8767 d have difficulty reading this model from afar, and as you can tell from the display, it almost feels blurry up close.
If there 8767 s one negative that might effect a small sliver of that 85%, is that its low price point comes with limited range.
The AcuRite Tall does everything the La Crosse does and takes it one step further, adding humidity. It slightly loses on display quality and aesthetics, but overall, it 8767 s still an easy to read, affordable unit that would be a great addition for anyone who lives in more humid situations and would like to see those metrics on their thermometer.
For most, one to two degrees difference is not a deal breaker, and should not impact your purchase decision when buying these. If you find yourself perturbed by the slightest inaccuracy, it 8767 s our suggestion you look into a home weather station instead.
On the negative side, it 8767 s one of the only models that requires it be wired to truly function effectively. If not, you have to click that black button on the top to fully light up the model. It 8767 s also the most expensive product we tested in the indoor-outdoor thermometer segment. However, if you classify it as a home weather station , which tend to be more complex/expensive overall, it 8767 s actually quite affordable so it really comes down to what you 8767 re looking for.