Inspeed wind sensor, hand held wind meter, anemometer, windsensor, windmeter, and weather instruments for stormchasers and weather enthusiasts


Inspeed™ was created in 2001 to create and sell affordable instruments for outdoor sports enthusiasts.


Inspeed started as a project to develop a low cost speedometer for small sailboats, power boats, and windsurfers (someday!).  The Vortex™Hand Held Wind Meter happened along the way - it was originally intended for windsurfers & sailors, but we discovered a myriad of things out there that need wind speed!  Such fun - from kiting to target shooting to science projects to teaching - and beyond.

The Hand-Held led to the Pole Mount Anemometer - a popular, low cost instrument for folks who just like (or need!) to know how hard the wind is blowing out there.  The Pole Mount led to the world of Storm Chasing - and the Flex Wire & Magnetic Mount versions for folks who want a less permanent installation. 

We have sold hundreds of anemometers and gages, and have enjoyed all the interactions with customers all over the world - from Greece to Brazil to Alaska and beyond.

Our commitment to quality, value, and customer satisfaction can be found in everything we do.  Inspeed is all about solid products, value, and customer service.  The kind of place we would want to do business with - ourselves.  

We became LLC during the summer of 2004, to become a legitimate, official entity. Something the fellow in the photos on the right (and writing this message) has always wanted to do: establish a company with a solid value proposition, and leave a trail of happy customers.  

We are a small outfit and operate nights and weekends for the most part. Email is best, apologies if we are not there to answer the phone right away; leave a message - we will call you back!

We hope you enjoy our products and our web site. Email us your comments, we want your feedback!

Lorenzo Majno

we don't share any of your order information with anyone, period.

Where is the wind!?!...

...Mary Lee - Chief of Operations
(would you believe, on vacation?)...

...Yours Truly again - the good ol' days...
(Turn 4, Loudon, 1983) made a custom controller for the eye of the 45 foot long Legal's Seafood sculpture by David Tonnesen - in Boston. The color and flash of the eye changes with wind speed according to the Beaufort scale.
Click on photo to enlarge.
Click here to go to his web site.