Netatmo Healthy Home Coach
3 to 5 Working Days
The Netatmo Healthy Home Coach makes sure your home is as healthy as possible for your child! Babies and young children are very sensitive to their environment, whether it be the noise and humidity levels or temperature and air quality. So if you want to provide them with the healthiest home possible then Netatmo's Healthy Home Coach shows you how. It measures what matters, highlights potential problems, and tells you how to fix them.
The French label Choisi par Parents who have been recommending the most innovative, practical and safe products to new parents for 25 years awarded this product 3 stars.
4 Precise Sensors Monitoring:
|Humidity - Air that's too dry can cause itchy skin and air that's too humid can lead to the growth of mold. Humidity levels can also play a huge role in managing asthma and allergies. Control the humidity levels to meet the needs of your child.|
|Air Quality - A poorly ventilated room leads to high indoor air pollution. It also reduces your ability to concentrate, which is key when your children are doing their homework or preparing exams|
|Noise - Babies need a considerable amount of sleep as it is essential for their development. Often, disturbed sleep can be caused by noises we don’t realise we heard. Check your baby's sleep data history to understand how you can improve their sleep.|
|Temperature - Your baby or toddler is not yet able to balance their body temperature properly. You might find them waking up all sweaty while you were sure the room temperature was comfortable. Healthy Home Coach advises you on the precise temperature your child needs to feel good.|
Working together with Amazon Alexa and Google Home/Assistant you can get your own climate measurements by voice or on your smartphone via an app and with multi-room functionality you can connect several Healthy Home Coach devices to monitor all your rooms in one App.
Getting your live environment measurements is now a breeze, just ask or text you Amazon Alexa and Google Home/Assistant:
Just say: “Alexa, ask Netatmo what the temperature”
You can even use Facebook Messenger by just typing: "What's the temperature right now ?"