Improve your wellness and adapt your activities to take into account the air quality both indoors and out with the Netatmo Urban Weather Station. This device evaluates indoor air confinement by measuring CO2 concentration. When C02 reaches an excessive level, the user is alerted directly on their iPad, iPhone or iPod touch and can take action like ventilating their home. Used outside, it measures air quality to allow users to assess the best times for outdoor physical activity, such as playing with the children, jogging or whether to walk or drive to work.
- Track and monitor weather and air quality
- Works both indoors and out
- Receive real-time air quality alerts
- Access your station’s measurements, anywhere and anytime
- Share your information with your friends, family or online networks
- Netatmo App is available for free download from the App Store
Did you notice?When indoor CO2 levels reach an excessive amount your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch is automatically alerted so you can take action to increase the ventilation in your home.
Apple Recommends ForSeamlessly measuring, tracking and monitoring your weather and environment, both indoor and outdoor, at any time and from almost anywhere.
What's in the Box?
- Indoor module
- Outdoor module
- USB cable
- USB wall adapter
- Wall-mount kit for outdoor module
- Four AAA batteries
- Power Source: Battery Power
- Height: 155 mm/6.1 in.
- Width: 45 mm/1.77 in.
- Weight: 193 g
- Length: 45 mm/1.77 in.
- iOS 4 or later
- Mfr. Part Number: NWS01-USA
- UPC or EAN No.: 3700730500166
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- Netatmo App available for free from the App Store. Requires iOS 4.0 or later
Weather Station by Netatmo
Weather Station by Netatmo
Discover the first made for iPhone Personal Weather Station and its App!
A Netatmo Weather Station is required. Find out more about the Netatmo Weather Station at www.netatmo.com.
Become a contributor and be part of this unique Personal Weather Station network: measure locally with your Netatmo Weather Station, monitor directly from your iPhone with the Netatmo app!
-Access your station’s measurements (temperature, humidity, barometer, felt-like temperature, CO2 and air quality) directly from your iPhone.
-Intuitive and easy navigation! Swipe between outdoor measurements and indoor measurements in one easy gesture.
LONG TERM OBSERVATION AND TRACKING:
-Automatically records your station’s measurements to your Netatmo account.
-Displays weather and air quality history in beautiful and intuitive graphs.
-Zoom in, zoom out and navigate in time with a single gesture: precise and scientific graphs have never been easier to use!
EVENTS AND NOTIFICATIONS:
-Notifications for peak and variation events (CO2 concentration, extreme temperatures, low and high pressures…).
-Automatically logs events in your personal timeline.
-7 days of forecast, available at your exact Netatmo Weather Station location! …
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Ratings & Reviews
Does not measure outdoor air quality
This device, contrary to the description, does not measure outdoor air quality. The app gets its outdoor air quality alerts from o This device, contrary to the description, does not measure outdoor air quality. The app gets its outdoor air quality alerts from other Internet sources.
Indoor air quality is measured, as described, by CO2 levels only. …
- Written by Ian E from Lewes
50 of 61 people found this useful
Looks good but doesn't work
At first glance I thought this would be a great gadget for me and it was very easy to set up.
I began to worry when it was show At first glance I thought this would be a great gadget for me and it was very easy to set up.
I began to worry when it was showing the indoor CO2 levels in my home/office at 5000ppm. Tried it elsewhere in the house and it was showing very high readings and sent me into paranoid mode. Googling articles on high CO2 levels and blaming the house for every headache I've ever had.
In the end I spent £300 on a professional CO2 measuring device and discovered that my office levels are actually around 700ppm as is the rest of the house which is what I should expect living in the countryside.
Bottom line is I wasted £140 on the weather station and another £300 for piece of mind !!! …
- Written by Philip G from Perth
47 of 68 people found this useful
I bought this last year when it first launched and I must say that I'm glad it's proved to be a really great product because this I bought this last year when it first launched and I must say that I'm glad it's proved to be a really great product because this is the only weather station Apple user can really buy at the moment... All I can say that it's been very accurate, easy to use, good looking and reliable device ! If you're in a market for a smart weather station, look no further! …
- Written by Peter K from Blackthorn
24 of 40 people found this useful
Bought this weatherstation a month ago. It does exactly what it promises.
The indications of storms and increase in CO2 are surpr Bought this weatherstation a month ago. It does exactly what it promises.
The indications of storms and increase in CO2 are surprisingly accurate. I compared the CO2 measurement to a professionel device from a friend and the readings were almost identical.
Only minor perhaps is that the information regarding air quality for the outside module comes from a website. How accurate these readings are is not entirely certain. But the temperature and moist readings are definitely correct.
All in all, I am very pleased with this product and the fact I can monitor it from any device. …
- Written by Guy V from Ronse
3 of 3 people found this useful
Great gadget but not without problems
Very good looking units, easy to set up and fun to use. Nice app. Sadly the humidity readings seem to be way too high which is una Very good looking units, easy to set up and fun to use. Nice app. Sadly the humidity readings seem to be way too high which is unacceptable for for a weather station at this price, but most of all renders it useless when you can't trust the readings. Hopefully they will offer replacement units if/once they fix it. …
- Written by Kasper K from Fredericia
1 of 1 people found this useful
Definitely a must have !
Very nice weather station that works well with my iPhone and my iPad.
In addition to indoor and outdoor usual stuff (temp, humidi Very nice weather station that works well with my iPhone and my iPad.
In addition to indoor and outdoor usual stuff (temp, humidity, etc.) you get CO2, pollution and weather forecast.
Delivery was quick and installation very easy.
I'm going to offer it to some friends. …
- Written by Flavien K from London
2 of 2 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
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can you add a second module, I like to monitor my basement as well
- Asked by Maureen B from Cochrane
Yes, Netatmo sell an additional module which monitors CO2 level, temperature and humidity. You can a Yes, Netatmo sell an additional module which monitors CO2 level, temperature and humidity. You can add up to 3 additional modules to a single base station. …
- Answered by Miles R
I've read that the outdoor module is NOT weather proof, it can't get wet, is that true?
- Asked by Timothy W from Elkton
Correct, it should be placed in a location where it's protected from rain. Under the eaves or gutter Correct, it should be placed in a location where it's protected from rain. Under the eaves or gutters, or even on a window ledge, should provide enough protection. …
- Answered by Miles R
What does it monitor and can it record a history?
- Asked by Ben W from Ben Lomond
The indoor monitor records temperature, pressure, humidity, CO2 and noise.
The outdoor monitor reco The indoor monitor records temperature, pressure, humidity, CO2 and noise.
The outdoor monitor records temperature and humidity.
The data is uploaded every few minutes to a website where you can view charts, download data in CSV format and see daily highs/lows. There is also a (cheap) app for iPhone and Android which lets you access this data when away from a computer. …
- Answered by Miles R
what temp range can the outside monitor survive in? Can it stay to temp under -30 C etc?
- Asked by Rami S from Gaspereau
The outdoor monitor records temperatures from -40°C to 65°C. Your main problem at such low temperatu The outdoor monitor records temperatures from -40°C to 65°C. Your main problem at such low temperatures will be battery life, which will be much lower in a cold environment. …
- Answered by Miles R