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The Netatmo Weather Station

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.

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Hard-wired indoor module

The indoor module plugs in via micro USB.

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Battery-powered outdoor module

The outdoor module uses two AAA batteries (included) to stay powered for as long as a year.

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Mountable module

You'll be able to mount the outdoor module wherever you like.

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Outdoor placement

Netatmo recommends keeping the outdoor module out of direct sunlight, and at least somewhat sheltered from direct rainfall if possible.

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Extra modules

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.)

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Rain gauge, too

There's also a new Netatmo Rain Gauge accessory you can pick up for $79.

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Smartphone app

Along with logging into Netatmo's website, you'll be able to monitor your system directly from your phone using the Netatmo app.

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Tablet app

With so much data, the Netatmo app looks a little less cluttered if you're using a tablet.

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Data galore

Along with monitoring current conditions, the app will let you track how things have changed over time, which is a cool feature.

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Tap to refresh

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.

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Worth the price?

The Netatmo Weather Station retails for $179 USD (£140, $250 AUD, €170). Worth it? Check out our full review to help decide.

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