LG announces battery-powered wearable air purifier mask 'PuriCare' with  dual fans. - 9Scroob

We have already seen masks that translate and are transparent, today we are going to continue talking about innovation in this regard with the new from LG.

This is the PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier, a portable air purifier with two fans that we will see in the fourth quarter of this year, although they have not yet disclosed in which countries it will be launched.

They want to fight disposable masks, and for this, they use two HEPA H13 filters, similar to the filters used in the company's home air purifiers, replaceable filters with dual fans, and the respiratory sensor.

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The goal is to allow clean, filtered air to be taken in while the respiratory sensor detects the user's breath cycle and volume and adjusts the dual three-speed fans accordingly. These fans automatically speed up to aid air intake and slow down to reduce resistance when you exhale to facilitate breathing.

The design conforms to the user's face around the nose and chin, and the 820 mAh battery offers up to eight hours of operation (in the high mode it only goes to two).

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The case has UV LED lights to kill germs, and it sends a notification to the LG ThinQ mobile app when the filters need to be replaced.

We will see the month of September in a virtual exhibition that they are preparing. We will be attentive to see its price and availability.

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