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  • Location: Bletchley
  • Location: Bletchley

    I wonder if on this wonderful site, there is someone that can tell me about weather stations please.

    Yes I have one, and no I dont know how it rates with more experienced Weather hobbyists.

    It is a "techno Ws 2300", it serves me well and I realise it is probably at the lower end of the range but it of course what one can afford.

    I would like to know what other people think of this item though. Also I would like to see a list of the good, not so good and absolutely awful ones,

    because like everything else there are bound to be some on the market which are best left alone.

    I am interested to find out.

    Thank you.

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  • Location: Lincoln, Lincolnshire
  • Weather Preferences: Sunshine, convective precipitation, snow, thunderstorms, "episodic" months.
  • Location: Lincoln, Lincolnshire

    Davis Vantage Pro are supposed to be the best stations but also the most expensive. Next up are the Oregon Scientific/WMR range, which are slightly less expensive but also slightly lower quality.

    My WMR928NX is mostly good but has proved to have a few faulty components, notably the rain gauge which didn't communicate correctly and had to be replaced.

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