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Portable Barometer
      #64381 - Tue Jan 03 2006 06:50 AM

Hi folks,

I haven't posted much on this board, although I do on Eastern US Wx quite often. Howdy!

Can anyone recommend a product for me?

I chase hurricanes and-- as crazy as it sounds-- I haven't previously taken a portable barometer with me on my chases. Now I want to get one.

I would like an instrument that is easy to use, accurate, durable, and keeps some kind of limited records (i.e., every 15 minutes for a 24-hour-- period, along with lowest reading & time during that period).

I am willing to spend the money for a good instrument that meets the above requirments.

Any recommendations?? THANX!


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