Some people may say that the Wynd air purifier looks like an Amazon Echo, but they were just trying to be the best one there is at the market in a portable way.
The design itself will give you a lot of clues as to how the Wynd works. In this case, the holes around the base will take the air in and then it will push it out again through the top. The creators are guide to point out that you can fit it in a baby seat, in a car cup holder, and pretty much any other place that you want to take it.
The battery can last for a full 8 hours before you will need to re-charge your battery, meaning, you can take it around all day.
However, the air purifier is only as good a purifier that purifies the air, right? About the engagement of HEPA filter, the Wynd uses a 0.3 micron filter, although they don’t claim to be a HEPA device. But the Wynd is enough to filter out many different types of smoke (tobacco smoke), mold spores, dander, bacteria, most type of pollen, most dust mite junk and so on.
The company also says that it can move more than eight liters of clean air per second and that is pretty good for such a small purifier; impressive at the very least. Filter replacement will be at $7 each.
The Wynd also offers other feature such as a little widget that you set close to the purifier (can also be stored in the slot under the purifier) and a tracker. The levels of particle in the air was used by the device to measure the air purity and the info will then be sent to your phone so you can check it out. The Wynd will automatically adjust itself, when set to auto-mode, based on the particular concentration – we’re not sure what this means, but it seems to increase airflow.
Is the air you are breathing in actually improves with the help of the Wynd? What is the radius?
The Research Triangle Institute tested an 8×10 foot room which showed a dramatic decrease in air particles and that is good – but the question is, would it perform just as impressive in larger space? Or on the outdoors, where there are a lot of moving air.
However, the Wynd still has all the signs of a product that will sell well in the cities of the world, which are over polluted.
It’s a $130 for the full – kit.