ESP8266 IoT Electronics Starter Kit – WeatherStation – PlaneSpotter – WorldClock

(6 customer reviews)


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Learn the basics of computer programming and enjoy science with this 4-in-1 weather station, plane spotter, climate node and world clock!

Learn, Build and Grow Your Scientific Knowledge

There’s nothing more fun and exciting than building something with your own hands as a kid; especially if what you built gives you real-time feedback of the weather, climate, and a host of other unique things. That’s why we created the ThingPulse 4-in-1 Weather Station that lets you and your child learn about programming and weather science with easy-to-follow instructions that turn you both into real scientists!

Interactive Science in Real-Time

The ESP8266 Weather Station displays current and forecast weather information from an online service and displays expected conditions on a 128×64 pixel OLED display with beautiful icons. The program uses a side scrolling carousel to display the date and time, current conditions, 3-day forecast and temperature and humidity of the DHT11 sensor. The program can even be extended to display other information such as real-time stock quotes or traffic information.

Order Includes:

  • ESP8266 WiFi Chip (NodeMCU V1.0)
  • OLED Display (128 x 64)
  • DHT11 Sensor
  • Female to Female Jumper (40 x 10cm)
  • USB Cable
  • 55+-Page Comprehensive Manual
  • Step-by-Step Instructions

Click ‘Add to Cart’ to get this DIY all-in-one weather station, world clock, plane spotter and climate node and spur your child’s interest in science!

This product is also available on Amazon in the US. Here are some testimonials from happy customers.

Received, put together, downloaded & compiled code, connected to my home WI Fi – works perfectly!
David N.

Perfect companion kit. Very high quality. ThingPulse blog also has very good tutorial
M. Steadham

Great kit and support. Bought it for the plane spotter and to get familiar with wifi connectivity. Very pleased with the product. Support from ThingPulse was excellent.
Totally enjoyed this product and was able to use the enclosed link to get a great PDF manual that takes you step by step to build this device, and a couple of variations. Good product, great instructions.

Additional information

Weight 0.142 kg
Dimensions 15 × 9 × 5 cm

6 reviews for ESP8266 IoT Electronics Starter Kit – WeatherStation – PlaneSpotter – WorldClock

  1. Gabi

    The only thing that would have stopped me from ordering the kit would have been the shipping time, however for the satisfaction after building the project it’s well worth.
    I really like this kit as it’s created for beginners that are new to IoT projects.
    For me the best feature is having the OLED display and of course the great comprehensive step by step manual written by Daniel.
    I can’t recommend this enough to anyone that would like to get started on learning how to build small ESP8266 based projects.

  2. Erich Styger

    Very cool kit and easy to assemble, very happy with it, more details in

  3. Rick

    Great kit…. Everything you need…nice job…..

  4. Gabi

    This kit will get you addicted to ESP8266 IoT 🙂

    • Marcel Stör

      Hi Gabi, that’s good to hear. It was definitely the case for us 🙂

  5. Joe

    The provided code does not compile. I followed the instructions several times including a trying a fresh install of Arduino IDE. The error dump appears to be the result of some kind of header file conflict. Very frustrating. The two breadboards supplied are too small (170 pin). The kit should have come with a single 400 pin board. The ESP8266 board that came with the kit works great and runs other apps.

    • Marcel Stör

      Thanks for your feedback.

      The two breadboards supplied are too small (170 pin). The kit should have come with a single 400 pin board.

      Are you sure you got a genuine ThingPulse kit? Ours does not contain any breadboards.

      Our software is from If you need help with setting up your environment correctly please head over to

  6. Henrique

    Really nice project well documented and a good basis to create your own stuff on top of it.

    • Marcel Stör (verified owner)

      Thanks! We’re glad you like it.

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