Oasis OH-2 Digital Hygrometer w/clip

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When the relative humidity drops below 40%, musical instruments are at risk of cracking. The Oasis Digital Hygrometer accurately measures relative humidity and can help you decide when to use your Oasis Guitar Humidifier. Because relative humidity varies greatly, even inside your home, we recommend that you keep your hygrometer close to your guitar, or any other stringed musical instrument made of wood.

With the convenient case clip, it is now possible to measure the relative humidity inside your guitar case so you see when it's necessary to humidify the instrument. The clip attaches to the back of the OH-2 hygrometer and is mounted on the flap of the supply box inside your guitar case.

  • Guaranteed for 5 full years
  • Super-slim profile design with secure Velcro mount fits anywhere
  • Advanced humidity sensor maintains exceptional accuracy for years
  • Records high/low temperatures
  • Measures temperature in C or F

OH-2 Digital Hygrometer w/clip Specifications:

  • Measures: 4" x 1.25" x .375"

    Measuring Range: 20% to 90% RH (Relative Humidity)
    Resolution: 1%
    Updating time: 10 seconds

    Measuring range: 0-50C or 32-122F with 0.1C/0.1F resolution

    (3.0 v 2032 battery included - annual replacement needed)
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Works Well But Pricy


from Austin, Texas

Comments about Oasis OH-2 Digital Hygrometer w/clip:

I good functional product. Works quickly to give readings. Handy clip attachment and optional stick ons. Under the subject of who cares, the memory retains high & low readings. Kind of pricy for what it does, though. I guess the Martin D-41 is worth it.

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