The Netatmo Weather Station consists of two cylindrical modules -- one for indoors and one for outdoors. Together, they'll send all sorts of environmental data straight to your smartphone. Click ahead for the details.
The indoor module plugs in via micro USB.
The outdoor module uses two AAA batteries (included) to stay powered for as long as a year.
You'll be able to mount the outdoor module wherever you like.
Netatmo recommends keeping the outdoor module out of direct sunlight, and at least somewhat sheltered from direct rainfall if possible.
You can expand your setup with additional modules if needed. Outdoor units go for $69 each, while extra indoor units cost $79 (£59). (Other pricing for countries outside the US isn't currently available.)
There's also a new Netatmo Rain Gauge accessory you can pick up for $79.
Along with logging into Netatmo's website, you'll be able to monitor your system directly from your phone using the Netatmo app.
With so much data, the Netatmo app looks a little less cluttered if you're using a tablet.
Along with monitoring current conditions, the app will let you track how things have changed over time, which is a cool feature.
The Netatmo will log conditions every five minutes, but you can tap the top of the indoor module to force a reading at any time.
The Netatmo Weather Station retails for $179 USD (£140, $250 AUD, €170). Worth it? Check out our full review to help decide.