Awareness about the importance of air quality has been greatly increased during the last few years. Some diseases can be caused by pollutants that are present in air. Therefore, breathing in a clean air is really important to preserve a good health. Today, we want to talk about a nice tool that will help us to know the quality of the air we are breathing. Atmotube is a wereable device that will let us know the pollutants of the air around us. Let’s see what it can do for us.
Atmotube. Knowing air quality everywhere
There many air quality devices available nowadays. We recommend you to visit our ‘State-of-the-Art’ post with some of them here. You may remember also some other devices like Awair or Kaia. But today we want to talk about a new device that has a really nice property: it is a wereable. Furthermore it looks great thanks to its stylish design.
Atmotube only weitghts 40g, what makes it suitable for carrying it anywhere. Besides, it has a battery that will last for one month with only one charge. As you see in the images and video, it is a stylish cylinder made of titanium. Atmotube can measure the temperature and relative humidity of air. And, of course, a great variety of harmful gasses and VOCs. Here is a list of some of them: Carbon monoxide, Formaldehyde, Benzene, D-Limonene, a-Pinene, Acetaldehyde, Hexanal, Ethylene glycol, Acetone, Propane, Toluene, Methylene chloride, 1, 3-butadiene, Vynil acetate, Acetylene dichloride, Xylene, VOCs in smoke, Acrylyl chloride, Methyl chloroform.
Besides, Atmotube has a RGB Led that will let us know at a glance the air quality around us. A button will let us search for the main source of the pollutants with the Spot-Check mode.
As Atmotube says in its Indiegogo website, we must be aware that indoor air can be up to 8 times more polluted than outdoor air. Therefore, it is really important to know if we need to open the windows for a while or close them if we are crossing a polluted area with our car. We invite you to visit Atmotube website to keep up with the latest news about it.