Look Light outdoor window thermometer

Look Light : a smart thermometer that lets you read the outside temperature without opening the window
  • Look Light : a smart thermometer that lets you read the outside temperature without opening the window
  • Look Light : a smart thermometer that lets you read the outside temperature without opening the window
  • Look Light : a smart thermometer that lets you read the outside temperature without opening the window
  • dimensions : diam. 115mm, 18mm thick
  • polycarbonate
  • stainless steel
  • design: Isabel Hamm, Manfred von Heereman
  • very precise bimetallic measurement technology
  • made in Germany

FAITES VOTRE CHOIX :

polycarbonate outdoor window thermometer 115mm - 21.00 € TTC

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3 good reasons

  • you have had enough of changing the batteries of the weather station
  • you suffer from the cold and you like to read the external temperature from the inside, feeling warm and cosy
  • you make sure you do not block off your daylight

how does it work?

Click here to download the operating instructions of the Look Light outdoor window thermometer.

details

Look Light is the young cousin of Window Disc, with a slightly inferior diameter (115mm), slimmer (18mm thick), and fitted with a watermark horizontal scale achieving the best of effects. You fix it with a high performance adhesive delivered with the thermometer and you can turn it on its side to clean the window or remove it (with a screwdriver).

extras

transparent - more than 80% of the surface of Look Light is transparent

legible - polycarbonate with anti-fog treatment, watermark linear scale

practical - ultra-simple installation (fixed with the delivered high performance adhesive) and detachable to clean the window

our clients say it best

Le Look Light dans le Poitou chez Ariane B !

Ariane B., an adorable client, sent us her thanks and a photo of Look Light in place.

One can admire her impeccable lawn whilst reading the temperature!

     
Thermomètre Look Light  

We thank Amélie D who sent us this snapshot and chose to put a little modernity facing an ancient building.

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