New Year and new devices on the market. Here is the new complete list.
- Prices may vary during time.
- Some Companies don’t specify on their data sheet if their devices are capable to measure PM2.5 or PM10 and they just mention the word dust.
- Some other companies say: Our product goes beyond CO₂ by analyzing substances that directly affect your well-being by measuring VOCs. They aren’t clear if their devices have CO₂ sensor.
- The classification of the design between Bad, Good and Very Good is based on the materials (plastic, wood, glass and metal) that they have used and the aesthetic on my personal opinion.
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OK Does anyone have ideas about going to the next level, and having the ability to distinguish specific VOCs, even, say, a dozen of the most common hazardous VOCs such as Formaldhyde, flame retardants, etc?
I will review some of those devices here on #seetheair. Stay tuned