Clean air in your home
- Smart flowerpot purifies your air
- Kickstarter campaign (ends April 22nd 2016)
Stop breathing toxic air
According to research listed on Clairy’s kickstarter page, our indoor air is 5 times more polluted than the air outside our homes or offices. We spend on average 90% of our time indoors and inhale over 10.000 liter of air every day (500 ml x 15 breaths/minute x 60 minutes/hour x 24 hours/day).
Long-term exposure can cause cancer and be fatal for humans. Millions of people die every year from indoor pollution-related diseases, claims Clairy’s creators.
The solution is a high-tech flowerpot
Their product seems to have the ability to filter volatile compounds of indoor air. Listed as an “incredible smart flowerpot and natural air purifier, powered by real plants.” It is made from ceramic and designed in Italy. It comes with an electronic component. A fan directs the used air from your home or office into the pot where it is detoxified. This is supposed to make the air you’re breathing better for you.
There is an app for that
The tech component of the flowerpot has a Wi-Fi module that sends real-time updates to your smartphone. It can check on your indoor air quality, temperature and humidity with its sensors. From there Clairy sends alerts and informs you of the toxin levels of the room which it’s in, as well as the temperature and humidity levels.
The flowerpot that speaks to you
…kind of. Clairy can give you tips on how to adjust and improve the quality of your air. All this happens via the app. So don’t freak out, it doesn’t actually talk to you.
Because air quality, temperature and humditiy have a strong correlation with the toxicity of a room, the smart pot can give you tips on how to adjust and improve the quality of your air. So, not only does it help you learn of the problem – it helps solving it too.
Get yours “now” on Kickstarter
Once you backed it on the campaign page, you will have to wait for the delivery which is currently estimated to happen in May 2016.
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