Aldi Electronic Compass Barometer Altimeter - $20

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Re: Aldi Electronic Compass Barometer Altimeter - $20

Postby GPSGuided » Thu 24 Mar, 2016 5:22 pm

There's been a price drop?
Just move it!
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Re: Aldi Electronic Compass Barometer Altimeter - $20

Postby Strider » Sat 26 Mar, 2016 1:45 pm

Apparently so. At least 25 in stock too. Anyone else want one?

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Re: Aldi Electronic Compass Barometer Altimeter - $20

Postby redrock » Thu 23 Nov, 2017 4:17 pm

Does anyone know if Aldi are still selling these by any chance?

Any other reviews from fellow enthusiasts? I'm interested to know the reliability of the day to day min/max temperature readings and altimeter.

I see Jaycar are still selling their mini weather station for hikers in store.

And an Aliexpress search revealed these 2 options -
- Sunroad SR108S
- FR500 station

I think the 2nd option is the better one with historical memory function and in-built rechargeable battery. Sadly I pushed the button on the first one already.
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