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Kestrel 3000 Pocket Weather Meter

Kestrel 3000 Pocket Weather Meter

Description

The Kestrel 3000 tracks maximum and average wind speeds along with current readings.

Features

  • Patented Quick-Response RH Sensor
  • Humidity sensor can be recalibrated in the field with Relative Humidity Calibration Kit
  • 5-year warranty
List Price
$199.00
Your Price
$156.25
In Stock

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Kestrel handheld weather meters offer multiple weather measurements in a handheld, compact, and field-rugged package. Every single Kestrel manufactured at NK is calibrated for every single value, either directly against NIST-traceable standards or against an intermediary standard calibrated daily. Kestrel meters are backed by a 30-day satisfaction guarantee and a 5-year warranty.

The Kestrel 3000 measures current wind speed, maximum wind gust, average wind speed, air, water & snow temperature, wind chill, relative humidity, heat stress index, and dewpoint.
  • Protective cover with sure-grip overmolding
  • Data hold function
  • Large easy-to-read display with backlight
  • Waterproof and floats
  • Humidity sensor can be recalibrated in the field with Relative Humidity Calibration Kit
  • User-replaceable impeller
  • External temperature sensor
  • Patented Quick-Response RH Sensor
  • All instruments and accessories are completely assembled in the USA
  • 5-year warranty
What's Included:
  • (1) 3000 Pocket Weather Meter
  • (1) Slip-on protective cover
  • (1) Neck lanyard
  • (1) CR2032 coin cell battery (Average 300 hour life)
  • (1) Kestrel Certificate of Conformity
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Kestrel 3000 Pocket Weather Meter 0830 3000 Pocket Weather Meter, red
$156.25
In Stock
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Kestrel Relative Humidity Calibration Kit 0802 Relative humidity calibration kit
$71.34
In Stock
Kestrel Replacement Impeller 0801 Replacement impeller
$16.88
In Stock
Kestrel Collapsible Tripod 0792 Collapsible tripod
$71.34
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Kestrel Rotating Vane Mount 0791 Rotating vane mount
$50.00
In Stock
Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Cases 0806BLK Tactical case, black (MOLLE-compatible)
$32.93
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Case 0806BRN Tactical case, brown (MOLLE-compatible)
$39.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Case 0806GRN Tactical case, ranger green (MOLLE-compatible)
$39.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
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