Aura Air is a comprehensive indoor air filtration and purification system

One of the most prevalent issues with air purifiers is that it can be difficult to tell if they are actually doing their job. Although their manufacturers claim that they are, there is no meaningful way to verify this claim.

Enter the realm of Aura Air. Aura is a system that filters and disinfects the air around you while also carefully monitoring its condition in real time. It is sold as an all-in-one solution for cleaning and monitoring the quality of the air inside.

 A one-of-a-kind purifying method that involves five stages is used to get the job done. This consists of a Pre-Filter, a Ray Filter (with three layers – HEPA, Carbon, and Copper), UV LEDs, and a Sterionizer. Formaldehyde, viruses, bacteria, mold, fungus, particulate matter (PM 2.5), particulate matter (PM 10), and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are all eliminated as a result of the combination of these factors.

The all-in-one device serves a variety of purposes, including those of a smoke and carbon monoxide detector. It can find and show information about gas leaks, carbon dioxide, volatile organic compounds, temperature, and humidity. It can also give a profile of the air’s current quality.

The companion mobile app presents all of the information in a readable format. Because it works with Breezometer’s worldwide air quality index API, the device can also tell you about the quality of the air around your home.

Aura will promptly inform you in the event that any potential dangers are found. This can be anything from real-time suggestions about how to improve the air quality (like opening a window) to alerts that the building needs to be evacuated.

The best part is that Aura Air is only 293 mm by 293 mm, so you can hang it on the wall without drawing attention to itself. From that vantage point, it is able to monitor and clean an area of approximately 65 square meters. You have the option of using either your hands or your voice to control it. It works well with both the Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant digital assistants.

This unquestionably seems to be the complete answer involving air. On Kickstarter, over $174,000 has been raised, which is several times over the very modest goal of $15,000. There are still 26 days left. If you are interested in purchasing a unit, the cost is $229. Backers can anticipate that they will receive their units in the month of June.

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