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Get The Closest Thing To A Tricorder in Your Pocket With The Sensordrone [Deals]

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If you’re an addict when it comes to knowing the temperature around you and your environment and more, you might want to check out the Sensordrone, which is on sale for 25% off in our Deals Store, at $149.

The Sensordrone started out on Kickstarter and raised over $170,000 in funding (they originally wanted $25,000 only). This pocket-sized device that can fit on your keychain is a multifunction sensor which uses iOS and Android apps to turn you into a sensor freak.

Here are the sensors built into the device:

  • Precision Gas Sensor – Test air quality, carbon monoxide levels, and blood alcohol content
  • Reducing Gas Sensor – Sense methane, propane, and natural gas leaks
  • Oxidizing Gas Sensor – Ozone sensing and chlorine leaks
  • Non-Contact Thermometer – Check food temperature, engine diagnostics, and whatever else you point it at
  • Humidity Sensor – Check heat index, but also great for finding optimum food storage conditions, even preventing mold from growing in your home
  • Temperature Sensor – Measure ambient temperature
  • Light Sensor – For checking light intensity, sunlight monitoring, or even late night refrigerator use
  • Color Sensors – Use as a color meter, color matcher/analyzer, even pattern recognition
  • Pressure Sensor – Works as a barometer or altimeter, and you can connect to a pressure cuff to act as a blood pressure monitor
  • Proximity Sensor – Use it as a stud finder or liquid level monitor
  • Expansion Connector – Digital (TTL UART & i2C) and analog (0-3V) interface for connecting other sensors like EKGs, Thermal Printers, and more

Check out the demo video below to learn more:

Shipping to Canada is reasonable via USPS, as an example postal code to Vancouver was $11.55.

Click here to jump on the Sensordrone while it’s still available!

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  • Sean

    It’s a Tricorder, not a Tricoder.

  • newmark888

    It should also be noted that there aren’t necessarily apps to do everything you just claimed it does. For instance, there’s actually no blood alcohol app in existence. Android seems to be getting a lot more support too.

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