Kestrel 1000

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The Kestrel 1000 Wind Meter is the base model in our extensive assortment of Kestrel pocket weather meters. Simple and compact, the Kestrel 1000 fits right into the palm of your hand and weighs a mere 65 grams. It's also extremely durable and totally waterproof, allowing you to measure wind speeds in even the harshest weather conditions. It even floats.Features: * Protective cover with sure-grip molding * Data hold function * Large easy-to-read display * Waterproof and floats * Patented, user-replaceable impeller (no tools needed) * Ultralight impeller is mounted in jewel bearings for precision, wide range of speeds and low startup speed * Impeller is shock-mounted in a glass-reinforced plastic housing * All instruments and accessories are completely assembled in the USA * Actual size: 4.8" x 1.7" x 0.6 " (size w/out case)The Kestrel 2000 Pocket Weather Meter, a Thermo Anemometer that has all the capabilities of the Kestrel 1000,plus these features and functions: * Air Temperature * Water Temperature * Snow Temperature * Wind Chill * A Backlight

- Mountains Plus

Extremely sensitive units for accurate weather readings. Large, backlit display. Patented, user-replaceable impeller. External temperature sensor for fast, accurate readings. Operates on one CR2032 battery. Slim ergonomic design with a rugged case and neck lanyard. All are water resistant to 1 m, float, and include 1 yr warranty. Limited quantity #355107 & #355183.

- Vargo Outdoors

KESTREL POCKET WEATHER METERS: Extremely sensitive units for accurate weather readings. All are water resistant to 1 m, float, and include 1 yr warranty. 1000: measures current, max and average wind speed. 2000: add temp. and wind chill to 1000. 3000: add rel. humidity, heat stress index, and dew point to 2000.

- CampSaver.com

Kestrel 1000

previously retailed for:
$89.00 - $99.00

The Kestrel 1000 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 20, 2014 at CampSaver.com.

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