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Kestrel Rotating Vane Mount

Kestrel Rotating Vane Mount

Description

The Kestrel Portable Vane Mount is an ingeniously simple accessory designed for extreme light weight and portability.

Features

  • Lightweight vane extension allows the unit to spin freely in the slightest of breezes
  • Incorporated level ensures that the Vane Mount is installed correctly for accurate readings
  • Compatible with all Kestrel models
List Price
$69.00
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$63.00
In Stock

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The Kestrel Portable Vane Mount is an ingeniously simple accessory designed for extreme light weight and portability. The Vane Mount assembles in seconds and the precision pivot and lightweight vane extension allows the unit to spin freely in the slightest of breezes. The incorporated level ensures that the Vane Mount is installed correctly and that direction readings will be accurate.

The Vane Mount is compatible with all Kestrel models. And paired with the Kestrel's 2000 data-point memory log, extensive data can be collected including wind speed and direction.

Together, the Kestrel 4500 and Vane Mount weigh less than 8 ounces (227 g.) and pack into a compact 2 x 6 inch (5 x 15.25 cm) case, which protects the Vane Mount pieces and Kestrel Meter. The Vane Mount can be affixed to any tripod for a complete weather station you can easily pack into remote locations.
What's Included:
  • (1) Zippered carry pouch
  • (1) Cup bracket with incorporated level
  • (1) Boom
  • (1) Flight
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Kestrel Rotating Vane Mount 0791 Rotating vane mount
$63.00
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