Outdoor thermometers

4 items total
Outdoor thermometer 100 cm, black, Eva Solo
69,95 €
Outdoor thermometer 8 cm, digital, black, Eva Solo
59,95 €
Outdoor thermometer, black, Eva Solo
44,95 €
Thermohygrometer 7 cm, Philippi
29,90 € –6 %
27,90 €

Outdoor thermometers – know your surroundings without guessing the temperature

An outdoor thermometer is a tool that measures the temperature of the outdoor environment. It can help you decide whether to wear a jumper or shorts, change your garden watering schedule or even arrange outside activities based on the weather prediction.

Modern outdoor thermometers can be both functional and stylish and be used to add some character to your garden, terrace or balcony. In Kulina you will also find other garden decorations and accessories such as lanterns, bird feeders and garden torches to decorate your garden.

What are the types of outdoor thermometers available in Kulina?

Outdoor thermometers from leading brands such as Blomus, Eva Solo, and Philippi are available at the Kulina shop and there are either digital or analogue.

  • Digital Thermometers: Digital thermometers are the most common form of outdoor thermometer in use today. They measure the temperature with electronic sensors and show it on an LCD screen. They come in a variety of styles, and the temperature can be read from your room by looking through the window.
  • Analogue Thermometers: Analogue thermometers measure temperature using a bimetallic coil. They have a metal pointer that moves along a scale to show the temperature. They are less popular than digital thermometers, but some people prefer their classic design.

What are the benefits of using an outdoor thermometer?

  • Temperature indication: An outdoor thermometer offers an accurate indication of the outside temperature. This is vital for anyone who wishes to plan outside activities or stay up to date on weather forecasts.
  • Monitoring weather changes: Outdoor thermometers allow you to observe weather changes such as temperature variations or unexpected decreases in temperature. This information can assist you in preparing yourself and your plants for extreme weather.
  • Avoiding overheating or freezing: You can avoid overheating or freezing in adverse weather conditions by checking the temperature outside. This is especially crucial for children, the elderly, and pets, who are more sensitive to severe temperatures.
  • Gardening: Outdoor thermometers can also be used for garden upkeep. They can assist you in determining when to plant and water specific plants. This knowledge will assist you in maintaining a healthy and flourishing garden.
  • Energy efficiency: By monitoring the outside temperature, you can adjust your heating and cooling systems to be more energy efficient. This can save you money on energy costs while also lowering your carbon footprint.