CliMate collects humidity, UV Index, and temperature data 24/7.

Living in a city like New York, it's almost impossible to pin down the weather to any degree of accuracy. In the morning, it could be sunny and dry, but by the afternoon, gusts of humid air and rain may have rolled in. Climate change has led to increasingly volatile weather conditions, which impact our environment and our well-being. In order to help us better understand and track the environment around us, Rooti (formerly Phyode) has developed CliMate, a Bluetooth tracker that monitors the humidity, UV index, and temperature (HUT) around each user. With its twee design, the cloud-shaped sensor syncs the HUT data to the accompanying app, turning your iOS or Android device into a personal weather station.

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