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Record temperature graph swimming?

Old 08-12-22, 01:33 PM
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Record temperature graph swimming?

I'm doing a lot of after work and weekend swims lately. Summer will be over in a few weeks. There are a handful lakes I'm using, and different beaches on those lakes. How warm or cold the water is depends on a lot of things like how quickly it gets deep, how much sun an area gets, and the currents.

My watch (Fenix 7) doesn't record temperature during open water swim. I want this information to be easily available next spring when it's just starting to get warm enough to swim.

Can anybody recommend anything? I know how to code a data field for this but I'd rather find an easier solution.
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Old 08-13-22, 05:55 AM
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Maybe something like this?
HOBO Water Temperature Pro v2 Data Logger U22-001 | Onset Data Loggers (onsetcomp.com)
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