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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Kestrel 4500 Pocket Weather Tracker is Kestrel's flagship meter. It's capable of monitoring and reporting an exhaustive list of environmental parameters. Measuring temperature, barometric pressure, dewpoint, windchill and more, the Kestrel 4500 is the most feature-rich pocket weather meter in the entire Kestrel lineup. Measures wind direction, crosswind, headwind/tailwind, current and average wind speed, max wind gust, relative humidity, heat stress index, wet bulb temperature and altitude. Kestrel 4500 is capable of storing and charting up to 1,400 data points for later analysis. Customize your screens to display user-selected measurements. Automatically store measurements, even when the unit is turned off or manually store measurements with the press of a button. Unit features exterior temperature, humidity and pressure sensors for fast, accurate readings. Unit is waterproof and floats-it's ideal for water sports. Screen also shows time and date on an easy-to-read backlit display. The Kestrel 4500 Pocket Weather Tracker includes lanyard, protective pouch and 2 AAA batteries.

- REI

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 4500

previously retailed for:
$299.00 - $389.00

The Kestrel 4500 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 5, 2012 at REI.

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