PARIS – March 13, 2013 – Netatmo, creator of the world’s first personal weather station with air quality sensors, announces today the Urban Weather Station’s national retail launch withBrookstone, the specialty retailer and product development company.

The first personal weather station with air quality sensors, Netatmo is compatible with iPhone, iPad and Android devices. The Urban Weather Station has been recognized for its innovative design and received three Innovations and Engineering Honoree Awards at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show.

Netatmo‘s Urban Weather Station allows users to track indoor and outdoor environmental elements including temperature, air quality, humidity, barometric pressure, CO2 concentration and more. Created for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Android devices, the Urban Weather Station records and wirelessly transmits data via Wi-Fi to the Netatmo App for viewing – anywhere, anytime.  The Netatmo Urban Weather Station is now available in Brookstone stores and on for $179.

“Netatmo’s Urban Weather Station is a great way for consumers at home or away from home to monitor their indoor and outdoor living environment, including temperature, humidity, noise level, CO2 levels and more help to make the best decisions for their family’s well being,” said Steve Schwartz, Brookstone, Vice President Merchandising and Product Development. “Having the data on your smartphone, literally in the palm of your hand, is powerful and actionable information.”

The Station’s outdoor measurements help users to assess the best times for outside activities, such as going for a bicycle ride or when to take mass transit versus driving, based on the status of your immediate outdoor air quality. The Urban Weather Station’s indoor measurements help the user to improve wellness at home.  For instance, the station sends real time alerts, and helps to prevent unhealthy, stagnant indoor air from accumulating in the house.
In addition to receiving live notifications on immediate air quality and weather conditions, users have access to a free lifetime online account, where all station measurements and data are stored.

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