X

Get to know the Netatmo Weather Station (pictures)

This smart system is capable of tracking temperature, humidity, noise, and even CO2 levels around the home.

Ry Crist
Originally hailing from Troy, Ohio, Ry Crist is a writer, a text-based adventure connoisseur, a lover of terrible movies and an enthusiastic yet mediocre cook. A CNET editor since 2013, Ry's beats include smart home tech, lighting, appliances, broadband and home networking.
Ry Crist
netatmo-product-photos-9.jpg
1 of 12 Colin West McDonald/CNET

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.

netatmo-product-photos-2.jpg
2 of 12 Colin West McDonald/CNET

Hard-wired indoor module

The indoor module plugs in via micro USB.

netatmo-product-photos-5.jpg
3 of 12 Colin West McDonald/CNET

Battery-powered outdoor module

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

netatmo-product-photos-4.jpg
4 of 12 Colin West McDonald/CNET

Mountable module

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

netatmo-product-photos-13.jpg
5 of 12 Colin West McDonald/CNET

Outdoor placement

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

netatmo-product-photos-6.jpg
6 of 12 Colin West McDonald/CNET

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.)

netatmo-rain-gauge-1.jpg
7 of 12 Netatmo

Rain gauge, too

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

netatmo-iphone-shots.jpg
8 of 12 Screenshots by Ry Crist/CNET

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.

netatmo-ipad-2.png
9 of 12 Screenshots by Ry Crist/CNET

Tablet app

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

netatmo-ipad-3.jpg
10 of 12 Screenshots by Ry Crist/CNET

Data galore

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

netatmo-product-photos-8.jpg
11 of 12 Colin West McDonald/CNET

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.

netatmo-product-photos-10.jpg
12 of 12 Colin West McDonald/CNET

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.

More Galleries

My Favorite Shots From the Galaxy S24 Ultra's Camera
A houseplant

My Favorite Shots From the Galaxy S24 Ultra's Camera

20 Photos
Honor's Magic V2 Foldable Is Lighter Than Samsung's Galaxy S24 Ultra
magic-v2-2024-foldable-1383

Honor's Magic V2 Foldable Is Lighter Than Samsung's Galaxy S24 Ultra

10 Photos
The Samsung Galaxy S24 and S24 Plus Looks Sweet in Aluminum
Samsung Galaxy S24

The Samsung Galaxy S24 and S24 Plus Looks Sweet in Aluminum

23 Photos
Samsung's Galaxy S24 Ultra Now Has a Titanium Design
The Galaxy S24 Ultra in multiple colors

Samsung's Galaxy S24 Ultra Now Has a Titanium Design

23 Photos
I Took 600+ Photos With the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max. Look at My Favorites
img-0368.jpg

I Took 600+ Photos With the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max. Look at My Favorites

34 Photos
Do You Know About These 17 Hidden iOS 17 Features?
Invitation for the Apple September iPhone 15 event

Do You Know About These 17 Hidden iOS 17 Features?

18 Photos
AI or Not AI: Can You Spot the Real Photos?
img-1599-2.jpg

AI or Not AI: Can You Spot the Real Photos?

17 Photos