Ask About Weatherflow Handheld Smart Phone Weather Meter?

Where would I ask questions about the Weatherflow Handheld Smart Phone Weather Meter? Thanks!

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@Eric please merge this topic.

Now that I have my WeatherFlow Smart WX station up and working, and have seen the excellent quality of that product, I am interested in a portable unit…Could anyone here share their experiences with the Weatherflow Handheld Smart Phone Weather Meter (Bluetooth)? The only real criticism that I have seen in my research is that the unit may take quite a while to settle down to a stable reading if the case of the unit is in the direct sun…Any advice appreciated!

Steve in Kansas 7086Ashampoo_Snap_Saturday%2C%20May%2025%2C%202019_11h44m54s_002_

I’ve had the direct plug in model for several years now and it works well. I mostly use it for windsurfing locations that don’t have an IWindsurf (WeatherFlow) anemometer, especially when it’s overcast and hard to read the wind on the water. My experience is it correlates well with actual wind levels and provides good repeatability. I would think the newer wireless model would have similar performance.

Windmeter

I’ve even used it for a “very unscientific” wind tunnel test for my early Sky.
Windtunnel

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