The Weather Channel® Analog Garden Thermometer Stake And Patina Rain Gauge Set by La Crosse Technology®




When it comes to taking accurate temperature and rainfall readings in your yard or garden, you've got it made in the shade with our set of The Weather Channel® Analog Garden Thermometer stake by La Crosse Technology® and The Weather Channel® Patina Rain Gauge by La Crosse Technology®. Finished in sleek, brushed aluminum, this outdoor thermometer gives highly precise readings and makes any garden or lawn look good. It's total form and function for this modern design: simply insert the all-weather aluminum rod into ground and slide on the open, circular thermometer dial and pointer. The large, easy to read thermometer is marked for temperatures ranging from -40°F to 135°F. No batteries needed

This La Crosse Technology® all-weather rain gauge will effectively measure up to 6" of rainfall in your backyard. The clear collection container features big, bronzed numerals denoting inches are attractive and easy to read. Tenth-of–an-inch markers keep rain measurements precise while a floating level marker aids viewing. The rain gauge mounts to a post, fence or deck rail with the enclosed bracket and two screws. Also, the tapered end allows for stand-alone garden/yard ground display: simply slide the gauge onto the mounting bracket and stake the tapered end of bracket into the ground.

• La Crosse Technology®'s garden thermometer and rain gauge set
• Sleek, all-weather aluminum outdoor thermometer
• Large, round temperature indicator dial is stylish and easy to read
• Attractive rain gauge design is clear with bronze numbers
• Easy to read, collection-style rain gauge measures up to 6" of rainfall
• Patina rain gauge mounts to post, fence, deck rails or stakes into ground

Thermometer 47"H with rod
Rain gauge 1-1/2"L x 1-1/2"W x 6"H


Thermometer and rain gauge

Reviewed on: 3/18/2014 9:56:00 AM

They are exactly what I wanted. The thermometer is accurate. The screw pole in sections was a good idea to set at different heights if required. Of course the rain gauge is also accurate because it has no moving parts. I'm happy.I am an Architect superior design and accuracy.