This summer my A/C went out, I had no fans and essentially no air circulation in my home. It was more than miserable! Yes, I know….first world problems. There were environmental issues going on around too. The former University of Colorado Medical center is being torn down across the street from me right now, so take the heat, humidity, dust and crap in the air and I was a toxic, sweaty mess.
After chatting with Kirstin Hancock, co-founder of BlueMaestro, she mailed me a Tempo Environmental Monitor in the mail to try out.
The Tempo monitors your environment in your home or office. Have pets, kids, family members or collectables that are temperature sensitive? The Tempo can help you monitor your environment to keep it healthy and safe for your those around you. Many families and businesses that are in need of environmental management have found Tempo to be highly effective for monitoring. I was thrilled to get a Tempo to try out as I suffer from migraines and headaches and overheating has a huge impact on the intensity of my headaches. Now I can monitor my environment and take the care needed for my health.
Guess what?! I received it today! I was so excited when I got it. BlueMaestro is just about to drop their new bluetooth pacifier in the US market. I am thrilled about all the innovative products that they are putting out into the marketplace.
I love good packaging. When you first get the Tempo, it’s packed in a bubble envelope to protect it, then it’s got another layer of bubble wrap protection before you get to the tempo box. The Tempo Box design is simple and classy.
When you open you’re new Tempo box, right inside the lid are the step by step quick instructions to get started.
Don’t forget about the Quick start guide tucked in safely underneath the foam that holds the Tempo safely in place.
Follow the first 3 steps on the inside of the lid of your Tempo box and then go through the Quick Start guide. It took me less than 5 minutes to set up. Just make sure (like the instructions say) to have your bluetooth turned on on your smartphone.
Once I downloaded the app, I was able to play around with the settings. I changed the name of my device and set up a temperature alert. As soon as the app registered the device (which happens automatically) it picked up the temperature, humidity and barometric pressure.All in all it was super simple to setup and customize to my parameters.
I can’t wait to have more than a few hours worth of data to check out. If you have any issues with your setup you can go to the company’s website or in settings on the app click on the Tempo logo in the top left hand corner and it will navigate you to an information page where you can select to send an email.
For iPhone users you can setup the iBeacon in settings as well.