The CES 2020 Innovation Award winner, the Airvida wearable air purifier by ible Technology, is touted as "the world's most mini wearable air purifier using anion technology." The discreet wearable may be small in size but boasts the ability to eliminate PM 2.5, pollen, dust and volatile gases on the go.
While there are many large air purifiers that are designed to improve the quality of indoor air, air pollution is a growing problem in urban areas. The lightweight wearable comes in at less than 20 grams and boasts an impressive battery life of 28 hours. Although the air purifier does not physically cover the nose and mouth, it is described as being like an "invisible mask" as it releases two million negatively charged ions every 0.6 seconds.
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