Holman 16cm Aluminium Wall Thermometer

I/N: 3130791
$12.90
Price correct as at Mon 23 Oct 2017 1:45:15pm
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Product Description

The Holman mercury free Aluminium Wall Thermometer is made from durable metal making it a strong and reliable addition to your indoor or outdoor area.

The thermometer has numbers on both sides of the thermometer making it super easy to read and provides a reading from -30°C to 50°C.

The modern design of the thermometer makes it a stylish addition to your home or work space.

Note: Not suitable for installation in direct sunlight.

  • Easy to read
  • Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use
  • Min -30°C to Max 50°C
  • Mercury free
  • 1 year warranty

Product Details

Model Name
Holman Wall Thermometer
Model Number
TZL181
Material
Aluminium
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:20 H:240 L:50
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:30 H:335 L:90
Weight
.180
Display height (mm)
230
Display width (mm)
60
Displays barometric pressure
No
Displays dew point
No
Displays humidity
No
Displays wind chill
No
Forecast ability
No
Indoor/outdoor temperature
Yes
Internet Enabled
No
Item Package Type
single
Batteries Included
No
Rain gauge
No
Trend lines
No
Wireless
Yes
Recommended Use
indoor/outdoor

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