Foobot

T3 - - Smart Home Essentials -

From £ 169.99, log­itech.com

WHERE TO USE IT Any home, no mat­ter whether you’re liv­ing in a busy city or in a coun­try home in the mid­dle of nowhere. It should be placed in a cen­tral lo­ca­tion at about head height. WHAT it does The air we breathe should be as clean as pos­si­ble – the health ben­e­fits are pretty ob­vi­ous – but ac­cord­ing to the mak­ers of Foobot, the air in­side our homes is about five times as pol­luted as the air out­side. What you can do about it? Foobot mea­sures in­door air and alerts you to any anom­alies, such as ex­ces­sive hu­mid­ity, or lots of tox­ins or par­ti­cles in the air. When Foobot is blue, the air is good, when it’s orange some­thing is wrong, en­abling you to act – whether it’s sim­ply open­ing a win­dow to let your house breathe, or giv­ing your house a thor­ough dust and vac­uum. WHAT IT works with Ama­zon Alexa, Nest, Ecobee, Honey­well, LUX now su­per­charge it! Sign up to IFTTT (ifttt.com) and if you have a Blu­air Sense+ air pu­ri­fier in your home, you can get it to kick in when Foobot de­tects high amounts of air pol­lu­tion. AL­TER NATI VELY … dyson Pure hot + cool link £499, dyson.co.uk Dyson’s con­nected air pu­ri­fier takes Foobot’s abil­i­ties to the next level, not only mea­sur­ing air qual­ity but pro-ac­tively pu­ri­fy­ing the air of par­ti­cles as small as 0.1 mi­crons as soon as it de­tects pol­lu­tion. It also keeps you cool in the sum­mer and heats your home in the win­ter.

Air-qual­ity mon­i­tor

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