We were glued to our seats last night watching Kate Humbles fascinating “Living with Nomads” documentary (BBC Four, 9pm).
In the show, Kate shows the sub-zero temperatures using the Kestrel 4500 Weather Meter during her time in Siberia. Not only can the Kestrel 4500 with stand sub-zero temperatures, it’s also been used to monitor incredibly hot temperatures (as reported by the BBC at Sydney Cricket Ground).
A new version, the Kestrel 5500 has recently superseded the Kestrel 4500 with features including …
• Measures wind speed, temperature, humidity, pressure and direction.
• 14 total meteorological parameters measured, calculated and displayed real-time and stored in memory, including advanced meteorological measurements such as dew point temperature, wet bulb temperature and density altitude.
• Large, hi-res, hi-contrast, graphic display is perfectly readable in the brightest sunlight and is backlit for night-time use.
You can view and purchase directly from our online secure shop or call 01590 641223 for more information.