windmeter

$49.00

Product Description

WeatherFlowWeatherFlow Wind Meter

WeatherFlow is proud to announce the WeatherFlow Wind Meter – it’s an anemometer that fits in your pocket. It’s the first hardware product we have created for the general wind & weather addicted community. It’s compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPod, and all major Android devices.

Download one of our free apps for iOS or Android and plug in your wind meter – it’s really that easy. Hold it up high facing into the wind. Your phone does the rest by recording the wind speed (average and gust), wind direction and location. Easily share onsite reports with WeatherFlow, Instagram, Vine, Twitter, SMS, Email, Facebook. And view all of this crowd-sourced weather in one of our consumer applications.

The Wind Meter, although not a scientific instrument, is designed to be better than any other handheld anemometer on the market. It’s operating range extends from the smallest puff (2 mph) to well over hurricane force winds (125 mph). Calibrated at the University of Florida’s Aerospace Engineering Department, our Wind Meter is accurate to the larger of +/- 0.5% of the reading or 0.2 mph at up to 15° off-axis. That means even if you don’t hold it directly into the wind, you’ll still get very accurate wind speed information.

Not only do we have one of the most accurate and coolest handheld wind meters on the market, at 298 RMB it’s also one the most affordable.  So what are you waiting for? Get one now!

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Compatible Apps

WeatherFlow Wind Meter is compatible with the following apps (coming soon)

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The WeatherFlow Wind Meter is an anemometer that fits in your pocket and works with your smart phone or tablet. Download one of our free apps for iPhone, iPad or Android and plug in your wind meter. Hold it up high facing into the wind. Your phone does the rest by instantly recording the wind speed average and gust, wind direction and your location.

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