Kestrel 2500

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The Kestrel 2500 Pocket Weather Meter measures wind and temperature with total accuracy, and has the added benefits of an air pressure sensor that provides altitude and barometric information. Kestrel 2500 technology enables you to follow changes in air pressure that help predict impending changes in the weather. Factor in the 2500's digital altimeter, and you have most of the weather information you need for outdoor activities ranging from model airplane flight to rifle practice.Features:# Protective cover with sure-grip molding# Real-time clock# Data hold function# Large easy-to-read display# Waterproof and floats# Quick-response, external thermometer# Innovative design for stability and accuracy in abrupt condition changes# 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 2500 accurately measures: * Wind Chill * Air, Water, and Snow Temperature o Displayed in Fahrenheit or Celsius w/ accuracy of +/-1deg * Current, Average, and Maximum Wind Speed o Wind Speeds displayed in: Beaufort Wind Scale; Knots; MPH; KPH; or Feet Per Minute * Barometric Pressure * Pressure Trend * Altitude

- 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.

- Altrec Outdoors

Kestrel 2500

previously retailed for:
$149.95 - $198.95

The Kestrel 2500 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 18, 2014 at Mountains Plus.

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