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Reviews Categories | Weather Stations | La Crosse Technology WS 2010 Wireless Weather Station Help

Reviews Summary for La Crosse Technology WS 2010 Wireless Weather Station
La Crosse Technology WS 2010 Wireless Weather Station Reviews: 7 Average rating: 3.9/5 MSRP: $349.95
Description: All Wireless (433 mHz) weather station: Wind Speed/Direction - Indoor/Outdoor temp and humidity; Barometric pressure; Rain gauge - Min/max hx - Large LCD display - multiple sensors available
Product is in production.
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K6JM Rating: 5/5 Jul 17, 2012 12:24 Send this review to a friend
Excellent product and it works  Time owned: more than 12 months
We've owned this weather station for 5 years. Both the display station and the remote sensors have performed perfectly. The display is easy to read, yet has a lot of info. In one spot you can see indoor and outdoor temp/humidity (and the indoor sensor can be placed wherever you want, rather than having the sensor inside the display), wind speed and direction, air pressure trends and a separate rain gauge that (when located properly) has turned out to be very accurate.

Overall, an excellent product.
KN4LF Rating: 0/5 Jul 11, 2008 15:55 Send this review to a friend
A Piece Of Garbage  Time owned: more than 12 months
A real piece of garbage with shoddily constructed and unreliable remote sensors. Customer support is equally bad. Stay away from this dog.
KI4EYM Rating: 3/5 Apr 24, 2006 06:55 Send this review to a friend
Good Unit, lousy wind monitor.  Time owned: 6 to 12 months
This is an update to previous review. I have now owned the unit for one year. Works quite well except for the all important monitoring of wind speed. It only gives AVERAGES which, with the long update time, has been a real problem. I am replacing the unit with a DAVIS Pro II.
KI4EYM Rating: 5/5 Apr 19, 2005 18:43 Send this review to a friend
Excellent so far.  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
In the brief time (approximately one month) that I have owned the Weather Station, it has performed quite well. I had to move the temp/barometer/humidity sensor a coupla times to get it out of direct sunlight for a more accurate reading. The readings on all sensors are consistent with weather observations from several web sites. My only complaint was the manual! It is obvious that it was written by the Chinese with a less than adequate understanding of translating techincal information into English
W4WAL Rating: 4/5 Sep 17, 2003 18:17 Send this review to a friend
Good and Bad  Time owned: 3 to 6 months
A great unit, be sure you buy from a stocking dealer because factory service is slower than mold.
KG4LRU Rating: 5/5 Mar 22, 2003 06:43 Send this review to a friend
Good Value  Time owned: 6 to 12 months
I just had mine up 6 month s I had a davis before this the 2010 is great good value for the money no wires and I have two displays one the shack also in the kitchen so far no problems paid 349.00 the extra display was high(100.00)But it was worth itand still cheaper than one davis system. 3 thumbs up
W1EMT Rating: 5/5 Oct 24, 2002 11:02 Send this review to a friend
Best value for $$  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
Upgraded to wireless station from a wired Davis Weather Wizard III (Lasted 9 Maine winters!!) It was going to be $120 just to replace worn out part and THEIR wireless stations started at $600+.
This unit had all the features plus solar/li-on battery power for outside sensors. Easy to assemble/setup/install - delivery 2 day from factory - Nice large LCD display easy to read - TX range seems adequate (they say 330' clear line-of-site) I installed my sensors on my 40' tower and base unit is located inside house on first floor receiving data through a couple walls with no difficulty.)
Only downside I can see at the moment is recording data sent to base unit only once every 3 minutes but do not know if this is a standard rate for wireless units - I am used to wired data being updated almost immediately. All in all an excellent product for the price. Will see how it holds up.

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