Sometimes it is easier to know the temperature in Cupertino than in our own city or town. It all depends on the data that the different weather stations collect and how the conditions are then analyzed and predicted with that data. It is in this context that Eve Weather comes into play, the natural evolution of the Eve Degree that becomes our HomeKit weatherman.
Design: versatile, robust and elegant
The Eve Weather design boils down, in the best sense, to a small metal box with a black front with large numbers. On the screen we can see the current temperature, rounded to the tenths of a degree, the relative humidity, expressed as a percentage, and the weather forecast shown in a small icon.
The station comes with IPX3 protection, which makes it waterproof to some extent, although for peace of mind it is better to place it under a roof. Given its low consumption, the Weather feeds on a button cell battery that is capable of providing you with several months of charge.
Thanks to its finish and design we can hang or stick it on practically any surface or, if we decide that we want to place it indoors, simply support it on a ledge in our home.
Functionality: from smart thermometer to weather station
It is evident that there are many alternatives when it comes to seeing the temperature of our house and that almost all of them will have a lower price than Eve Weather, true, but, please, let’s not confuse Eve Weather with an ordinary thermometer. Obviously we can use it for this purpose, but the integration with HomeKit and its prediction capacity give it a wide range of functionalities that, especially if we already enjoy more HomeKit accessories in our home, opens the door to many possibilities.
Something as simple as watering the plants longer if the temperature has risen a lot, notifying us if the temperature drops below 0 degrees or turning off the humidifier if the relative humidity is high, join the historical tracking that we can do of the device readings. Eve Weather records temperature, atmospheric pressure and humidity and stores all this information in the Eve app. From the app we can consult all the data in a very graphical way, being able to even compare with historical data to have a global vision of the trend over time.
And here, in the collection of these data, it is where the evolution that Eve Weather represents with respect to the Eve Degree stands out. Although it is true that from the House app we can only access the temperature and humidity, from the Eve app we can consult the key data: the prediction, which is also reflected on the screen. With the historical data that the device collects, always saved through HomeKit duly encrypted and secured, the Weather is able to offer us a prediction of the weather.
Smart weather station with Apple HomeKit technology to record temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure, weather trends, IPX3 water resistance, Bluetooth, Thread
A fully customized prediction for the weather conditions where we live, with our data. Something of great value if what we need is to know in detail what the weather is going to do outside of the more generic predictions that we can find on The Weather Channel or on television. In the days that I have been testing Eve Weather I have been amazed at the accuracy of its predictions. Once we have allowed the device to collect data for a few days, the ability to tell us what the weather will be like is very accurate. Looking at the sky more than once, you might think that the device is wrong, only to later verify its accuracy.
Little by little, with products like Eve Weather, the ecosystem vision under which Apple created HomeKit is being completed. A system in which individual products can contribute more or less, but which, as a whole, each piece enhances the value of the entire installation. Whether it’s for the value of automations or the ability to know what the weather will be like during the day, this little weather station is an excellent choice.
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Eve Weather, the HomeKit weather station that predicts our weather with the best precision