Vaavud wireless wind meter


vavuudNot all of us really pay any attention to the local weather report, but I am quite sure that mom’s actually give a damn – especially those who do not own a dryer, and would need the help of the scorching sun to dry those hand washed clothes out in the open, while a windy day too, would be more than welcome to aid in the evaporation process. However, if you are a curious monkey and want to get one of the weirder accessories for your smartphone, it might be worth the shot to give the Vaavud wireless wind meter a go. The Vaavud wireless wind meter is capable of hooking up to most of the other smartphones around, where it is capable of taking measurements of your environment. Completely free of any kind of electronics, it has been specially tested and calibrated in a wind tunnel at The Technical University of Denmark.

Just what does the Vaavud wireless wind meter offers wind-dependent outdoor enthusiasts like kitesurfers, paragliders, and sailors? Well, they will be able to enjoy the relevant and important information required so that one can best plan the next adventure. Chris Johnson, Founder of, shared “Unlike most weather apps, Vaavud can give you an accurate wind measurement using your iOS or Android phone for a specific location. This one-of-a-kind tool takes the guess work out of trip planning. Like all great products, you can share this information online, and check out live wind readings from other users on an interactive map.”

The Vaavud is capable of measuring wind speeds of up to 25 metre per second, and not only that, knowing that those who pick it up will more often than not be of the adventurous sort, which is why it has also been specially built to be resistant to water, sand, and dirt among others. As we mentioned earlier, the Vaavud’s revolutionary design contains no electronics at all, which makes it all the more durable and hardy. It will play nice with all iOS devices, the Samsung Galaxy S2, S3I, and S4, retailing for $44.99 a pop.

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