uHoo Indoor 9-in-1 Air Quality Smart Sensor - White
- 9-in-1 design monitors temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), dust (PM2.5), nitrogen dioxide, ozone, air pressure, and more
- High-performance ARM-based processor with 128-bit AES encryption via SSL provides powerful and secure operation
- Integration capabilities allow you to pair the uHoo with Alexa, automatic air purifiers, smart thermostats, and hundreds of other IFTTT devices
- Companion app provides you with data insights, data sharing, and personalised tips
- Elegant design is just slightly larger than a coffee mug and doubles as a sleek piece of décor
- uHoo Air Quality Monitor
- Micro-USB Cable
- Power Adapter
- Quick Start Guide
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Of the 31 reviewers who responded, 26 would recommend this product.
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- Buyer Beware- December 12, 2020
I thought these were great in the beginning. I have 5 units. I started to get high readings of NO2 and CO2. I switched the units around and noticed that it was the unit that was getting a high reading no matter where it was. Just to be safe i got an industrial gas meter to check which returned zero levels. I put all 5 units in the same area, and every one of them is returning a different reading. Different temps, different humidity, different NO2 & CO2’s. All are useless to me. I have tried multiple ways to get in touch with customer service now for a week and no one responds. Don’t waste your money on these.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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- Uncertain Purpose- August 29, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Easy to setup, not so easy to get connected to to Google Home. I tried a few times but it just didn't work. It gives good amounts of data, but to what end? Most of the problems it detects there is nothing I can do about....Above avg CO2??? Guess I should just stop exhaling? They recommend I open a window, but the other alerts are that my higher room temperature of 76'F is causing higher humidity which would not be helped at all by an open window in North Carolina. Overall I think it's interesting data, but nothing highly actionable. I think this would be far more useful in a business than here in my home. I wouldn't recommend the purchase at this price point. Someone will do this cheaper at some point.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Packed with sensors and seems very accurate- September 14, 2020
I was a little hesitant to believe all the different data points could be accurately recorded by a device at this price point. After having this running almost a month, I can confirm it is as advertised. There was an unfortunate incident with a friend’s dog with stomach issues that left a gift near the sensor, and boy did those VOCs spike! CO2 rises slightly when air is still and multiple people congregate (I have it next to a couch in living room). PM2.5 saw a serious spike before battening down the hatches with all the recent wildfires (in CA). I’ve yet to tie it into anything like AC or air purifier since I don’t have any automation in place. The app interface is decent and the data logging is nice, though I’d like the be able to set custom ranges in addition to the preset hour/day/month intervals.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.