Wynd just started the Shipping of its brand new HomeKit Air Purifier and Multi-Sensor

Cupertino, September 1, 2019
You may not have heard of Wynd unless you're a frequent visitor to locations like Kickstarter, but the US-based company has been creating two products over the last 18 months, with the assistance of crowdfunding. The Wynd Halo, an air quality monitor much in the same mold as the Kaiterra Laser Egg 2, and the Wynd Home Purifier, a connected air purifier for the home, are the two devices that are independent of each other but also capable of working in tandem.

From our sources, it would seem that these will be delivered in about a month to initial backers, with –we presume–overall availability to follow through web stores such as Amazon. According to Kickstarter's website. Both of these technologies are compatible with HomeKit, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa and can work together to monitor and clean your air, as has already been mentioned. Even if Wynd Halo:

  • VOCs
  • CO2
  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • Light
  • Noise
  • PM10, PM2.5 & PM1.0

The company also uses a new technology developed by itself, called the AIR ID, which can also sense and recognize problems related to it separately ;

  • Pollen
  • Dust
  • Smog
  • Smoke
  • Pet dander

As if that wasn't enough, the company's own Wynd app can alert you to any significant problems in your setting so you can respond rapidly to severe problems.

The Wynd Halo comes with a tiny circular LCD screen capable of displaying a variety of distinct data, a combination of easy graphic icons, as well as numerical data and text descriptions. The front edge of the Halo's front part also has a ring of integrated LEDs that enables a fast visual warning when the air quality changes. In reference to the amount of particulates in the atmosphere, these colors correspond to the typical colors used in many AQI monitors.

The Wynd Home Purifier is intended to operate separately and in tandem with Wynd Halo. Home Purifier is capable of addressing HEPA-level particulate matter, VOCs (like formaldehyde), odors, mold spores, bacteria, ozone, as well as NOx (nitrogen oxides), SOx (sulphur oxides).

There is a lot more to both of these systems, so hopefully there will be a more in-depth review.

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