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    Wireless Pool Thermometers

    I would like to ask for Feedback on other members selection of Pool Thermometers. Especially the wireless/remote reading types. How and where do I add that into the forums?

    I have had bad experience with the Aquatech Item 4301 marketed (at one time) by Game Inc.com. But their web site is not usable except by email and I can't get them to reply to my email.

    I am currently considering the Ambient Weather WS-14 Wireless 8-Channel Floating Pool and Spa Thermometer at a price of $39.99 from Amazon.

    Does any one have other experience with wireless pool temp measuring devices?

    Mike Claffy RMClaffy@aol.com
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    Re: Wireless Pool Thermometers

    Hey Mike,
    You've picked a good one there on amazon (Ambient Weather WS-14 Wireless 8-Channel Floating Pool and Spa Thermometer) it's their #1 Best Seller. Looks like a lot of reviews have been posted.
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    Re: Wireless Pool Thermometers

    Mike, I use the Acurite wireless Pool & Spa thermometer. Works good for about a year of continual use. Then they fail. I think I am on my forth unit? All the others fail with the sensor. I never have gotten the leaks and corrosion that everyone else complains about. I have even replaced the sensor. I buy them from Home Depot when there on sale for $20. For that price you get what pay for. Hope that helps.
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    Re: Wireless Pool Thermometers

    that is exactly the model I bought, I have batteries in it and it is working fine.. I HAVE NOT been able to test in water for extended time yet (pool not build because of flooding in OK ) .. one of the complaint's was water getting in it so I used monster PTFE tape on the threads..

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    Re: Wireless Pool Thermometers

    I tried the Accu-Rite ones and they always leaked. That said, we've had some good reports with them, and one of Mods (Tim5055) has had good luck with his I believe.
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    Re: Wireless Pool Thermometers

    Quote Originally Posted by maxepr1 View Post
    Mike, I use the Acurite wireless Pool & Spa thermometer. Works good for about a year of continual use. Then they fail. I think I am on my forth unit? All the others fail with the sensor. I never have gotten the leaks and corrosion that everyone else complains about. I have even replaced the sensor. I buy them from Home Depot when there on sale for $20. For that price you get what pay for. Hope that helps.
    im on my second season with my AcuRite. I like that it interfaces with my AcuRite weather station and publishes my pool temperature to the web so I can look when I travel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick_B View Post
    I tried the Accu-Rite ones and they always leaked. That said, we've had some good reports with them, and one of Mods (Tim5055) has had good luck with his I believe.
    Yup. For full disclosure, my first one did leak, but it was user error..... Can't blame them.

    They are a available in the garden section of Home Depot. I have Amazon Prime and while 2 day shipping is nice, having it in my hand today is even better for my instant gratification personality.
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    Re: Wireless Pool Thermometers

    WOW! So many fast replies. And with good advice too! Must be raining where all are, otherwise you be out by the pool; or maybe you already are at the pool with WIFI or a smart phone :>}

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    Re: Wireless Pool Thermometers

    btw, if anyone is interested in decoding the signal from the AcuRite 00617, here's a thread where we're trying: Automation: intercepting data from Acu-Rite wireless sensors
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