We’ve said it many times – indoor air can often be much more of a problem than outdoor air. It has a higher concentration of gases and particles typically due to poor ventilation combined with high temperature and humidity levels.
Breathing in unhealthy air has become an inevitable part of daily life for many of us. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Luft Qi is the first portable air purifier that uses a nano-reactor to destroy mold, bacteria, virus, and toxic chemicals from your air. This means no filters to change, no added costs. Best of all, its so compact you can use it anywhere – at the office, next to your bed, in your car, in the nursery.
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Just plug it in and Luft Qi will start creating clean air around you. The size of a soda can, the gizmo contains a patented nano-reactor with Photocatalytic Oxidation (PCO) technology. In English, this means it doesn’t use traditional HEPA filters to trap bacteria and mold. Instead, light energy kick-starts a process that turns those nasty air pollutants into harmless substances. It destroy’s pollutants at the molecular level rather than capturing them – an environmentally friendly, cost effective solution.
The little gadget is doing very well on Indiegogo. So much so, it must have even taken the founders by surprise. There are still 6 days to go if you want to add to the quarter of a million dollars already raised. Usual warnings about crowdfunded projects apply.
Price: $99 and up
$265,836 raised out of $25,000 goal
6 days left
Estimated delivery: August 2018
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