Xplorer 3 Windmeter is built in Switzerland. The Xplorer 3 Windmeter is a extremely accurate way to measure the wind and know exactly what size kite to rig up. Small and compact, the Xplorer 3 Windmeter is one of the easiest ways to know what the wind is doing before you hit the water.
Xplorer 3 Windmeter Indicates -Windspeed -Maximum windspeed -Temperature -Windchill factor -Digital compass Features -Dimension: 3.5 x 1.5 x 0.75 in, 2 oz. (41 x 93 x 17 mm, 50 g) -One button operation -EL Backlight -Completely sealed; internal sensors -Weatherproof (can be submerged 6 feet) -Replaceable Lithium battery (included and installed) -Stainless steel back -Auto-off after one minute (can be disabled to remain on) -Included lanyard -One year warranty -Designed in Switzerland
Skywatch Xplorer 2 Windmeter is designed in Switzerland and built to our demanding specifications, the Skywatch Xplorer series is engineered to provide a lifetime of accurate and dependable use. Press one button, and instant readings are at your fingertips. Skywatch Explorer 2 Windmeter is designed for consumer and professional use, the Xplorer 2 does not include complicated and seldom-used features such as downloading and storing.
Skywatch Xplorer 2 Series Measures:
Wind Speed - current, maximum Ambient Temperature - current, windchill, maximum, minimum, water Bright EL Backlight - to view data in dim light Replaceable Impeller - factory replaceable Sealed and weatherproof - perfect for use around water Windchill Detailed Specifications:
Skywatch Xplorer 2 Windspeed:
Balanced impeller is integrated into wind meter The impeller is magnetized, producing a magnetic field when rotating which is measured internally Damage to the impeller is unlikely due to the small opening, but repair can be performed TEMPERATURE:
Internal thermometer is attached to the stainless steel back Temperature adjusts quickly, although drastic temperature changes may require several minutes for accuracy Temperature is read quickly by touching the back to an object of the same temperature Water temperature is read quickly by submerging the unit briefly