With COVID-19 and the increasing pollutants in the air, having pure, safe air inside the home has become a priority now. Many air purifiers exist in the market, providing clean air at home. Korean startup Purrit has developed a compact, filterless, and long working air purifier PURRAIR, that also sprays fresh fragrances.
Compact in size; works long hours & portable
PURRAIR is a compact purifier that is safe and sound for everyone to use. Its embedded fans are made for soundless performance, so it barely makes noise. The electronic circuit designed by the company controls the fan and the plasma generated current to remove air particles, which allows PURRAIR to remove various harmful chemicals and viruses in the air and any toxic gas and stink.
PURRAIR can operate for 28 hours on a single charge with a built-in battery. It can be recharged in just 2.6 hours. The device can be used up to 28 hours wireless or can be used with the 6.6 feet long charger plugged in. PURRAIR works differently than other temporary relief sprays. It refreshes the air constantly through a periodical spraying preventing any bad smell from spreading and filling up the air. It also eliminates any odor that cat or dog’s waste may produce. It is also easy to clean the PURRAIR because of its small size and sleek finishing. It is available in various colors and pastel shades and has a semi-glossy look, making it trendy. It is attachable to any walls and easily storable because of its compact size. It can be used at home, in office and even in a car.
Purrit is a company that creates products using robot technology. The company was formed by engineers who studied robotics together at a university. The startup is developing products for use in dangerous industrial sites and its motto is to make valuable and helpful products for the world with robot technology. The startup is also starting a fundraising campaign on Kickstarter and aims to make PURRAIR available to the world early next year.
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