The ClimeMET CM1016 Professional Manual Rain Gauge has an accurate and clear display making it ideal for use at home, in the garden, on the allotment or farm.
The 1016 was picked as Amateur Gardening's Best buy and received a fantastic score of 14/15 based on features, performance and value for money: "If you're keen to measure rainfall accurately and don't want to spend a fortune this gauge is just the job."
Suitable for use over a wide range of temperatures, it is frost resistant with carefully crafted components to stabilise the gauge for many years of use outside.
An inner measuring tube is marked in easy-to-read 0.5mm graduations and has a capacity of 25mm. The rain gauge has an overall capacity of 225mm meaning the instrument can be left for some time before an overall reading is collected and an average for the period of time is calculated. Alternatively measurements could be noted down daily with the aid of the CM5011 Rainfall Chart.
|Inner Measuring Tube Capacity||25mm|
|Overall capacity (including overspill volume)||225mm|
Whether it’s helping a garden to thrive or dampening a day out, there’s no avoiding the rain in our day-to-day lives – especially in Great Britain! Having a rain gauge at home is a great way to get to know your garden better.
The new ClimeMET CM7015 Wireless Rain Gauge has been designed with convenience and reliability in mind. A robust tipping mechanism within the rain cone allows rainwater to trickle out naturally, while any small blockages that may build up over the years are easily cleared with a quick wipe of the removable side trays.
The easy-to-use display console includes a customisable history graph that lets you view recent rainfall, temperature or humidity information with the touch of a button, while our new Sensor Search function can reset connections with all external sensors without you needing to set foot outside. You can also set a variety of custom alerts, so when the rain starts to fall you’ll be the first to know!
Also making use of the brand new CM7 Temperature & Humidity Sensor, the CM7015 Rain Gauge can be depended upon for accurate measurements throughout frosty mornings and summer sunshine.
A CM7-PA power supply is available separately – allowing you to keep the indoor display console powered up at all times without requiring batteries.
The CM7015 comes complete with one CM7 Sensor and is able to receive up to eight of these in addition to the rain sensor, so the next time it’s a rainy day you can keep a step ahead.
|Transmission Frequency||433 MHz|
|Transmission Range||Up to 100m|
|Update Interval||60 seconds|
|Indoor Temperature Range||0 to 60 °C|
|Outdoor Temperature Range||-40 to 60 °C|
|Indoor Humidity Range||10 to 99 %|
|Outdoor Humidity Range||10 to 99%|
|Rainfall Range||0 to 9999mm|
|Temperature Accuracy||+/- 1°C|
|Humidity Accuracy||+/- 5%|
|Rainfall Accuracy||+/- 1mm|
|Outdoor Rain Gauge Dimensions||207mm x 172mm x 140mm|
|Sensor Dimensions||110mm x 45mm x 20mm|
|Console Dimensions||155mm x 85mm x 27mm|
|Outdoor Rain Gauge Power Requirements||4 x AAA Batteries|
|Sensor Power Requirements||2 x AAA Batteries|
|Console Power Requirements||4 x AAA Batteries|
The ClimeMET CM1088 rain gauge is a great rain gauge for kids and school projects. Taking daily manual rainfall readings from your garden, is straight forward, and your data can be recorded on the free rainfall chart that is included with your rain gauge.
What's more, a mount is included with this rain gauge making it easy to set up in the ground. The rain gauge also has a high-quality frost-resistant clear plastic finish.
The annual ClimeMET Rainfall chart included with the 1088 is ideal for recording your daily rainfall values. Measurements can be recorded in mm or inches, with data entry fields for monthly totals and averages.
|Overall Height (including spike)||36.5cm|
Back in stock for 2021, the Traditional ‘Stour’ Copper Rain Gauge brings a slice of countryside tranquillity to your home. Named after the River Stour that forms the historic boundary between Suffolk and Essex, this eye-catching instrument will offer an accurate and dependable method to monitor the rain for years to come.
Meandering through the Dedham Vale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the River Stour has influenced notable landscape artists such as John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough. A haven for wildlife, the river flows by quaint villages, rolling meadows and ancient woodland along its route to the North Sea.
Our 1037 Traditional Copper Rain Gauge was described by Amateur Gardening as "A quality rain gauge beautifully made and likely to last a lifetime" and received a great score of 13/15 based on features, performance and value for money.
The rain gauge consists of a copper and brass funnel, copper collector and calibrated plastic measure. The rain is collected and funnelled into the inner plastic measure from which the contents can be measured. Any additional rainfall is collected in the large copper body of the rain gauge and can be measured by pouring it into the supplied measuring jar.
Copper rain gauges are universally used by meteorologists, academics and in commercial applications, and also make an ideal 7th wedding anniversary gift for the theme of copper.
|Units of Measure||Plastic measure calibrated in millimetres and inches|