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Growing Garden Outdoor Thermometer

Item # 53353

Funds 50 cups of food.

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No matter the season, there's a beautiful garden right out your window. And one that can tell you the temperature? Even better. Our handy thermometer has two suction cups to adhere on the outside surface of the window, so you know if it's wool coat or shorts weather before heading out.

  • Acrylic
  • Reads up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit / 50 degrees Celsius
  • Keep out of direct sunlight
  • 8" H x 3.5" W (20.3 x 9 cm)
  • Imported

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Review count: 2

Recent reviews:

July 19, 2014 - We had a large thermometer hanging on a hook near our back room but it doesn't always want to stay put in the wind. I decided to order one of these because the cost was low. I have it on a window in our back room because it is protected by a overhang. It is a little tough to read-you have to get really close to it-but it does seem accurate with the temperatures I hear on the radio. Also, we have had some severe thunderstorms and the suction cups seem to be hanging tough and keeping it securely on the window even through wind and rain.

December 19, 2013 - This is very cute but I have to keep it indoors because I cant reach my outside windows until summer. Its in my kitchen window and it doesn't seem accurate. It reads 45 degrees & its not that cold inside and no way is it that warm outside in Minnesota this time of year!

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