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Product Specifications
Compatibility
Phone iOS, Android (4.0 or later) and Windows
Weatherproof
Yes
Dimensions
1.8 x 1.8 x 6 inches

Smart Personal Weather Station by Netatmo

The unique, made for iPhone and Android personal Weather Station, with air quality measurements, to monitor and track both your indoor and outdoor environments. Besides the traditional measurements – such as T°, humidity, etc… – Netatmo brings the Personal Weather Station to the next level thanks to its exclusive CO2 and Noise sensors. All of your data is recorded online and made permanently accessible to you, on your smartphone, tablet or PC. We spend 80% of our time indoors, and yet the air inside is 2 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air.* With the Netatmo Weather Station, you receive real time alerts directly on your Smartphone when it is time to air out your home! *(source: European Lung Foundation). Don’t be taken by surprise again! You have all the information you need to plan your outdoor activities based on the weather. Receive an alert on your smartphone when it rains in your garden. And water your plants when they need it. The Netatmo Weather Station’s Outdoor Module gives you precise readings of the outdoor temperature, relative humidity, air quality and barometric pressure on your doorstep.

Smart Personal Weather Station by Netatmo
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Gadget Flow Rating 9.7/10
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Discovered on Oct 29, 2012, 8:25 am EDT
Discovered by Genevieve Healey
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