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Discussion in 'Polls' started by Len Backus, Jul 10, 2009.
Which brand of wind meter, weather station do you use?
I'm not going to vote on this since I don't use any. However, I did buy a Caldwell and it was a total waste of $40. Didn't work for more than 3 outings and I threw it away.
I use the density altitude function of my Kestrel, much more so than trying to correlate a wind at the firing point with what's going on out there.
I've had a Brunton Sherpa for alot of years, but it "freezes up" when it's cold. The wind vane won't turn if it gets down below 20 degrees. Still use it for barometer readings, but switched to the Kestrel for wind.
Kestrell for wind meter and La Crosse Digital Weather Watch for barometric pressure.
Cabela's -- La Crosse Digital Weather Watch
Caldwell for wind and a 50 dollar LL Bean weather station for baro pressure, bearing, and temperature.
All the readings i need for 95 bucks, but do need two gadgets and two sets of extra batteries. But a small inconvienience IMO and saves lot of money vs a Kestrel.
Kestrel 2000 but fixing to upgrade to the 3500 soon that way i only need 1 instrument
Kestrel 4000 NV
Kesrtel 4000 with bluetooth linked to my android phone to Sean Kennedy's Shooter Ballistics app, it makes for a deadly combination.
I have the same program on my phone and I wondered how well they worked together. Is it worth it to upgrade to the 4000 or not. I have a 3000 right now.
I was wondering the same thing. Will the 4000 link up to the shooter program on an android operating system. If it will, ill be getting one ASAP.
Kestral3500nv I didn't really like the BRIGHT yellow case of the regular 35
Love it by the way