Conant Custom Brass Comfortmeter Living Finish Brass
Conant Comfortmeter is designed to monitor both temperature and humidity, while featuring the important relationship between the two. The thermometer displays temperature in both Fahrenheit and Celsius on the left scale of the Comfortmeter, and the hygrometer shows percent of relative humidity on the right. The graphic design of the Comfortmeter shows the optimal range of temperature in yellow and humidity in blue. The ideal target comfort zone is represented by the green intersection of these two ranges. The Comfortmeter uses an easy-to-read 4 inch diameter dial mounted on a solid brass stand for stability making it great for monitoring heating or cooling zones, greenhouses, sunrooms or problem areas. The Comfortmeter may be used in combination with a humidifier or de-humidifier to maximize its benefits and your comfort. This unique weather instrument combines practical simplicity with timeless design. The solid brass housing of the Comfortmeter will never corrode, and the highest standards of craftsmanship have been employed to assure that this instrument will provide a lifetime of trouble-free service.
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