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AcuRite 613 Indoor Humidity Monitor

AcuRite 613 Indoor Humidity Monitor

AcuRite 613 Indoor Humidity Monitor
  • Combination temperature/humidity gauge with large, easy-to-read display
  • Also registers daily highs and lows for both temperature and humidity
  • Simple house icon readout for indicating humidity comfort levels
  • Ready for immediate display with magnet backing and foldout stand
  • Takes 1 AA battery, not included; measures 2-1/2 by 3 inches
Indoor Thermometer with humidity reading.

List Price: $ 12.99 Price: $ 11.99

3 responses to “AcuRite 613 Indoor Humidity Monitor”

  1. Stimpy says:
    482 of 517 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    design flaw, January 7, 2012
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    Stimpy

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    This review is from: AcuRite 613 Indoor Humidity Monitor (Kitchen)
    Well like everyone else says, this product is ok for temperature but leaves a lot to be desired for reading humidity. This being said, with a few mods it works fine as a hygrometer. I added a few more holes with a drill approx 1/8″ and now it actually reads humidity quite well. I added a total of 13 holes around the unit, 5 on each side and 3 on the bottom. Now it adjusts the humidity reading every 15-20 seconds and levels out in about 10 minutes and actually reads the right humidity when compared to my dial hygrometer. So this tells me that there is a design flaw with the amount of air flow allowed by the factory vents, thus not allowing the unit to process the volume of air needed to make accurate readings.

    ok had it a week and like another reviewer stated the LCD readout has gone blank in a few spots. not dim just not there anymore. Its junk. Off to buy another Hygrometer from someone else.

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  2. J. St Onge says:
    351 of 380 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Well Worth the Money!! VERY Accurate!! Small & Portable!!, December 8, 2009
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    J. St Onge (Macomb, Michigan) –
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    Bought 2 of these the other day. Opened them up, put in the battery, and they were ready to go. I bought two of them so I could install them in each of my childrens bedrooms so I could tell the range of the temp and humidity each of thier rooms. First I put these next to my house thermostat which has a current temp and humidity displayed. After 1 hour of being in the same room right next to the thermostat both of the Cheney units read exactly what the temp was, and the humidity on both units were the reading the exact same (7 units higher) then my house thermostat. I don’t know if my house unit is accurate or not but at least the two Cheney units read the same for temp & humidity. If they read differently than each other than I would say they weren’t accurate but since both read the exact same things I give them two thumbs up and agree this is a great buy, especially since it displays the current temp and humidity and displays the daily low/high for each. Great Product!!!! Small, lightweight, has magnet on back to stick to fridge or can use clip to attach it to belt, or anything it can clip to. It also can be placed on a desk, shelf, etc but standing it on end with the attached stilt.

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  3. K. Virgo says:
    160 of 174 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Price, June 1, 2012
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    K. Virgo (CA.) –
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    A cap full of salt in a baggie with your hygrometer will give you the plus or minus that your hygrometer is off. That’s all you need to know to be accurate with your readings. The salt is always 75%. If your hygrometer reads 82%, then its reading +7. Simply subtract 7 from your hygrometers reading to get the actual humidity. It’s really that simple.

    Cheers

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