Have you ever wished you could put your head in a bubble and go about your daily life unhindered by allergies? Or that you could visit that friend who has a furry, cute, cat and actually relax; even maybe pet the cat and not become overcome with dripping nose, watery eyes and asthma?
With this Respiray wearable air purifier this dream may not be possible.
The device has been created for allergic and asthmatic people and is called Respiray Wear A+. It helps millions of people who struggle with animal, dust or other airborne allergies. Respiray’s scientists, engineers and designers worked for two years and made hundreds of prototypes to get it right. Respiray Wear A+ cleans air from the pollen, dander, dust and mold particles, and creates an allergy-free space around the face.
Preliminary field tests show that 9 out of 10 people get help from this device. Respiray are continuing testing in the most prominent laboratories in the world.
Clean, allergen-free air — anywhere you go
Airborne allergies can get in the way of your everyday life. Having watery eyes, an itchy nose or sneezing is never pleasant. Wearing a Respiray air filter could help with:
- Dust and dust mite allergy
- Hay fever and airborne pollen
- Mould and fungus spores
- Pet dander
If you’re inside and you think you’ll be exposed to your allergens this wearable tech could help save you some discomfort and allergic reactions.
How easy is it to use?
It’s dead simple to use and has very few options so you can’t go wrong. There is a mini usb charging point and a button to switch on. It has two settings – on and then a stronger filter option if pollen is high.
I tested a Respiray portable air purifier for a week and it couldn’t be easier. Here’s how it works:
- Open the device from the left side
- Place it on your shoulders (as in pictures above)
- There is a quick release magnetic strap to fasten it around your neck.
- Push the small black button to activate – the 1st setting is suitable when sitting down.
- The 2nd turbo setting is suitable when moving around
- Under the device there is a USB charging dock. It should last about 8 hours with each charge.
- Device is intended for indoor use only.
It really is so simple to use once you’ve located the button to activate and adjusted the straps to rest comfortably under your chin. It shouldn’t be too tight, see pictures above and below for optimum location of the device.
Who should wear one of these portable air purifiers?
Anyone with allergies may benefit from this wearable air purifier. The device is suitable for young adults and anyone over the age of 14 years old who has allergies. Respiray is not suitable for young children who may run around more making it less comfortable to wear and less effective if the device is in the wrong position in relation to the face.
- Anyone with friends who have pets – No longer avoid visiting people for fear of getting wheezy
- If you get wheezy in busy places because of your dust allergy
- If your place of work has allergens, be more comfortable doing your job
- When friends live in dusty houses, but you really want to visit them
- On cleaning day, avoid getting an allergic reaction
There are so many more uses – anyone with air borne allergies could find relief from wearing the Respiray Wear A+.
How can I trust this product will work?
The Respiray Wear A+ is being testing by SGS, the worlds’ leading testing and certification company, against various air borne allergens. Testing is also taking place at the University of Tartu’s independent European testing laboratory.
This product was created in Estonia and is also supported by the Estonian Allergy and Asthma Foundation, who are also running their own tests.
The device uses highly effective HEPA filters that eliminates allergen particles.
My experience using the Respiray Wear A+
I found it really light to wear and I forgot I was even wearing it and just got on with my work, or reading, or whatever I was doing. It could mean you don’t need to take an anti-histamine before going to risky places that may expose you to your allergens. Long term use of anti-histamines are not fully understood and it’s something I worry about myself.
Would it help with air borne food allergens?
I wonder if I’d tested it for longer whether it would allow me to sit in a cafe; currently the airborne milk particles make me very wheezy within quite a short space of time. It’s not intended for outdoor use, it works in enclosed spaces like homes and I guess cafes and restaurants. I tested it for a few days in my own home which I have already allergy proofed so it wasn’t the most scientific test. My other frustrating diagnosis is ‘dry eye’ which means my eyes can just be very watery, regardless of what’s around me. This can be very frustrating as it can be confused with an allergy, when it’s not.
Sign up now for the product launch
To find out more about the Respiray Wear A+, visit their website to sign up for the newsletter and get details about the forthcoming launch.
I would love to hear your thoughts on this little portable gadget. Do you struggle with air borne allergies? Would you wear one of these? Do you think it would help you?