Weather > Weather Hardware/Measurement

New online resource:


Dear WeatherCat station hardware purists,

There is a new resource to help you decide which Weather Station you want to use in your home.  Here is the about-us entry from

It appears to be mostly a one-man-show run by Ed Oswald.  Still it is a resource to keep an eye on.  They do have a station buying guide:

Davis stations are the most highly rated, but there is some careful advice about stations in all price ranges.

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]

Interesting website. Thanks for sharing.

Hi guys,

I am a big fan of weatherstationadvisor and Ed, however I find him a bit outdated.

He doesnt seem to care about updating his website, he was my go to for resources.

My family run a massive catering company so preservation of food is really important to us, for that reason we have made temperature products a huge part of our focus, we live in this technology sector. Anything that lets us remotely monitor temperature and weather.

The best websites are, and

Just Sharing my two cents as i research this stuff a lot.

Thanks guys

Dear Wiliam, and WeatherCat faithful,

I see that this is your first posting so welcome to the WeatherCat forum!

--- Quote from: WiliamChutney on December 29, 2018, 06:37:02 AM ---I am a big fan of weatherstationadvisor and Ed, however I find him a bit outdated.
--- End quote ---

Your point is well taken.  Blogging is a fad that is losing its steam and it never was easy to keep a website fresh in the best of times.

Once more welcome!

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]

Welcome to the WeatherCat forum WilliamChutney.


[0] Message Index

Go to full version