Rangeman owners, please help...

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    Rangeman owners, please help...

    This might be a really stupid question, but under the baro sensor mode, the temperature reading is always hovering in the 90 degree range, but I know for a fact that it is not that hot in my living room. Do I have a defective sensor or is this normal?

    I've had my Rangeman for less than a day so far so I'm still learning my way around the watch.

    Any input is welcome :) Thanks in advance gentlemen

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    Re: Rangeman owners, please help...

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    Re: Rangeman owners, please help...

    Are you wearing it? Take it off and let it adjust to the room temperature. When on, your body warms it up.

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    Re: Rangeman owners, please help...

    Quote Originally Posted by ucfguy1987 View Post
    This might be a really stupid question, but under the baro sensor mode, the temperature reading is always hovering in the 90 degree range, but I know for a fact that it is not that hot in my living room. Do I have a defective sensor or is this normal?

    I've had my Rangeman for less than a day so far so I'm still learning my way around the watch.
    Perhaps it's because you are wearing the watch on your wrist? If so, the temperature reading should be (more) correct when you take off the watch and leave it off for a while.

    There's also the possibility to "calibrate" the temperature display so that it reads "rather correct" when on your wrist, but of course this never will be exact, just a fairly rough indication. This setting should be described in the manual.

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    Re: Rangeman owners, please help...

    Thanks guys! Ill give it a shot

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