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WS SeeHow Hand-Held Display Unit

WS SeeHow Hand-Held Display Unit

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Record and easily display your flight data with this handy unit.
Without this unit you can still operate the How-High and How-fast units, though will need to save the data elsewhere between flights.
The See-How hand held unit will capture the LED data and save it.

Spec.
Works with all How-High and How-Fast units.
Stays with you, not in the plane. No weight penalty.
10 flight memory with 9 values per flight.

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Record and easily display your flight data with this handy unit.
Without this unit you can still operate the How-High and How-fast units, though will need to save the data elsewhere between flights.
The See-How hand held unit will capture the LED data and save it.

Spec.
Works with all How-High and How-Fast units.
Stays with you, not in the plane. No weight penalty.
10 flight memory with 9 values per flight.

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Record and easily display your flight data with this handy unit.
Without this unit you can still operate the How-High and How-fast units, though will need to save the data elsewhere between flights.
The See-How hand held unit will capture the LED data and save it.

Spec.
Works with all How-High and How-Fast units.
Stays with you, not in the plane. No weight penalty.
10 flight memory with 9 values per flight.

WOW!!!



Took it up to 2050 metres just a small speck way up in the blue sky, the fluo green on the top of the wings still able to see it in the turns, How High went bloody high. Better without to much cloud about.

Throttle off for the descent and it took ages for the sound to travel back down confirming I was at idle. Quite strange because the aircraft movements were still nearly instant, at first I thought it hadnt gone to idle

Next flight it w

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WOW!!!



Took it up to 2050 metres just a small speck way up in the blue sky, the fluo green on the top of the wings still able to see it in the turns, How High went bloody high. Better without to much cloud about.

Throttle off for the descent and it took ages for the sound to travel back down confirming I was at idle. Quite strange because the aircraft movements were still nearly instant, at first I thought it hadnt gone to idle

Next flight it w

This little device makes using the how high, and how fast units even easier.

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This little device makes using the how high, and how fast units even easier.

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I already had the How High unit for a while, and finally decided to order this as an addition.



While you can read out the values of the how-high and how-fast meters without this unit, it greatly simplifies operation. No more waiving your finger, just hold the unit to it and press a button!



It also unlocks more features like stored values during the flight (flight-logging) and history if previous flights!



This is a real nice feature, especially because I usually turn off my planes before reading them out. With the finger-method, there is no way to get the historic data out of the recorder.



If you are into gliders, or want to know how high or fast you fly, get one! You won't regret it.



(I now have both the how-high and how-fast units. Great stuff)

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I already had the How High unit for a while, and finally decided to order this as an addition.



While you can read out the values of the how-high and how-fast meters without this unit, it greatly simplifies operation. No more waiving your finger, just hold the unit to it and press a button!



It also unlocks more features like stored values during the flight (flight-logging) and history if previous flights!



This is a real nice feature, especially because I usually turn off my planes before reading them out. With the finger-method, there is no way to get the historic data out of the recorder.



If you are into gliders, or want to know how high or fast you fly, get one! You won't regret it.



(I now have both the how-high and how-fast units. Great stuff)

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