9 Quick Tips on Weather Thermometers
1. Hot or not? A thermometer is the answer. Weather Thermometers are simple devices that measure the temperature in their immediate environments. Before buying, decide what style will be easier for you to read. We offer a wide variety of digital and analog thermometers.
2. Thermometers should tell you the temperature, but they needn't be the focal point of a room. Choose an unobtrusive theme and finish to reflect your thermometer's surroundings.
3. Take into account where you'll be using it. If you'll be taking it outside, it's important to choose a model built to withstand outdoor use. Garden thermometers are specifically designed to be used outdoors and weather the elements.
4. A wall-mount thermometer can do double duty by acting as decoration in your home or outside. Another benefit of wall-mount thermometers is they're always easy to see. Stationed at eye level, it's easy to get a bead on the temp from up close or far away.
5. Being trapped inside on a nice day can be torture. A desk weather thermometer can give you an indication of what you have to look forward to when you make your eventual escape into the great outdoors.
6. Choose one based on your needs. We offer a variety of simple thermometers that are both functional and decorative. If you want to take temperature reading to the next level, we also offer several thermometers that function as part of larger weather stations.
7. With the great temperature debate raging on, it's important to offer equal-opportunity weather thermometers. We have a selection that tells temperature in degrees Fahrenheit, used mostly in the U.S., and Celsius (also known as Centigrade). If you're looking to really even the scales, some thermometers offer display temperature in both scales. That way your overseas visitors won't be left out in the cold.
8. Thermometers measure temperature to varying degrees of precision. If you're looking for an in-depth reading, or other specific information, invest in a digital. They are better at providing thorough temperature readings alongside other weather-related details.
9. For a more unique way of checking the temperature, consider a Galileo thermometer. A Galileo, invented by Galileo Galilei, uses glass "balloons" suspended in a cylinder of water. The balloons are filled with different liquids and float to different heights to reflect different temperatures.