RiverTherm thermometers

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Steve Beavan

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Has anyone got one of these?

http://www.rivertherm.co.uk/index.htm

Thinking of getting one but the website hasn't been updated in a while.
 

J

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http://www.garden4less.co.uk/proddetail.asp?prod=75026

Cheaper, just clip a lead onto the probe.
 

Ricky24

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Invaluable for winter fishing, not so much in the summer but handy piece of kit to have.
 

rockyroads

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go to bankside take off 1 shoe and sock then dip the same foot into water if toes get cold ,the waters cold if on the other hand the toes are warm -the water is warm..best of all it costs nothing!...another anglers gimmick no doubt[:D]
 

groundhog

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Just get an ordinary digital Aquarium thermometer,they are cheaper and just as good.
 

bazw

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for that price you can get a multi meter with a temp sensor , and have something thats of use for more than just 1 job
 

Steve Beavan

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Originally posted by J

http://www.garden4less.co.uk/proddetail.asp?prod=75026

Cheaper, just clip a lead onto the probe.

That looks a good bit of kit, I just wonder if it's waterproof, although I imagine it is.

Rockyroads, you'd be amazed at temperature gradients in only a few feet of water - toes don't cut it!
 
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