Eve Room delivers up to the minute air quality, temperature and humidity readings. Providing you with important information about the home around you.
We spend many waking hours monitoring the food we eat. Is it organic, is it healthy, not to mention the calorie content. Then there is the water we drink. Making choices on which spring it comes from and what container its placed in. How often do you consider the air in your home? We live surrounded by all kinds of modern day contaminants. The cleaners we use, the paints we coat the walls with and the furniture we live around.
The team over at Elgato has released Eve Room to give us a window into the quality of our air indoors. Elgato is a global company, based in Munich, Germany. They have design teams in [sam_pro id=”1_15″ codes=”true”]California as well as Germany. Their goal is to combine seamless software with elegant hardware to create an app-powered lifestyle defined by comfort, convenience and control. You can purchase an Eve Room direct from their website or many other online retailers for $79.99. I did notice a couple outlets with slightly lower prices here are there.
Elgato has a wide range of products. For the home automation market, they have an ever growing line of HomeKit products under the Eve brand. There is Eve Energy, which we at SHA have reviewed as well as Eve weather, eve door & window, along with motion sensors and wall switches. They offer a broad range of functionality to your HomeKit system. They are also expanding a new line of smart LED lighting under the Avea brand. These are both IOS and Android compatible.
As I review the Eve Room sensor, I will go through the basics and cover what it comes with, how you set it up and the information Eve Room provides. I will also dig into the weeks I have spent with Eve Room and what I have learned about my own home and air quality. I will detail out what the Eve Room measures, so you can make an informed decision. Is it a product you need?