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Fridge Thermometer, Wireless Digital Freezer Thermometer 32~122

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Product description

Specifications:
Condition: 100% Brand New
Material: ABS
Color: White
Update Rate: 10 seconds
Indoor Temperature Range: 0~5032~122
Outdoor Temperature Range: -40~60-40~140
Power Supply: 2 x AAA Battery(Not Included)
Host Size: Approx. 9.5 * 8.5 * 2cm / 3.74 * 3.34 * 0.78inch
Package Weight: Approx. 180g

Package Included:
1 x Host
1 x Sensor
1 x User Manual

Note:
1. Do not install the reverse battery.
2. Do not put the receiver near metal.
3. Avoid transmitter directly in the rain.
4. High-quality batteries for the use of main unit and transmitter better.
5. The sensor search mode allows you to re-sync sensors without removing and re-inserting batteries.

Fridge Thermometer, Wireless Digital Freezer Thermometer 32~122

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