This year already has a captive place in the list of the worst years of the last decades, all thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic that has changed the lives of millions of people around the world. In an attempt to help people ensure their safety, LG decided to develop a new gadget that is likely to be one of the most pertinent launched by the brand over the past few years.
LG has now unveiled its first electric air purifier in the shape of a face mask. The LG PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier arrives equipped with adjustable fans (3 speeds) and a pair of HEPA filters that will guarantee the quality of the air you breathe.
According to the information provided by the brand, the method of operation of the mask is as simple as possible. You won’t need to manually adjust the fans, thanks to a “breath sensor”. This sensor can detect the speed (and volume) at which you are breathing, automatically adjusting the speed of the fans.
LG’s air purifying mask could become extremely popular
For now, there is still no information about its price or even when it will be launched on the market. Still, with an official presentation expected for the IFA that will take place in September, it is possible that it will be available even before the holiday season.
It will certainly not arrive with a price similar to traditional masks, but considering everything that promises, it seems very possible that your success is guaranteed.
The LG PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier arrives equipped with an 820mAh battery, which according to the brand, guarantees a range of up to 8 hours on each charge. In addition, the entire design of the mask was made so that you can offer the most natural wearing experience possible, without affecting the way you breathe.
The mask arrives with a transport / charging box filled with ultraviolet LED lights, which promise to keep the gadget disinfected while charging. As you would expect, it will also be accompanied by a mobile application, which will allow you to control the battery level and receive alerts when the HEPA filters should be changed.
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