There are a ton of different air-quality devices out there, all of them handling their own specific function. Some will make the air smell better with pleasant aromas, others will clean the air via purification or ionization. There are also AC and HVAC systems which control the surrounding temperatures and humidity levels.
If you want to experience everything these devices can offer, well then you’d need to have all of them installed in your home or office. At least, that was the case, until now. AirZen is a personal 5-in-1 climate control device is the answer to that so-called problem.
What Is AirZen?
AirZen is five devices rolled into one.
AirZen can be described as a fully-featured personal climate control device. It looks similar to a humidifier or diffuser, but it actually includes five different devices all rolled into one.
Those five devices are:
- Air purifier with “True HEPA”
- Aroma diffuser (aromatherapy essential oil diffuser)
- Meteostation (air quality)
All of AirZen’s separate functions can be controlled remotely from a smartphone app. Of course, that app will also provide precise details about the surrounding air including filter levels, quality and more.
AirZen itself is relatively small, has a remarkably low noise output, and works with a variety of fragrances and essential oil types.
AirZen can be controlled remotely from a mobile companion app (iOS and Android).
Swapping between the various modes is quite easy, which means you can quickly choose to treat (clean) the air around you or make it more comfortable. The humidifier puts off both warm and cool mist, your choice, while the air purifier employs true HEPA filtration.
In terms of style, AirZen is available in both black and white versions, as well as a custom wood model that looks a bit zen.
Where Can I Get One?
AirZen is relatively compact and easy to setup.
Asys Inc, the company behind the AirZen system, has taken to Kickstarter to raise funds for the project. So far, backers have pledged over $20,000 with a successful funding goal set at $30,000 — not far to go. If and when the funding is successful, the first AirZen units will go out to those who pre-ordered something in September 2019. If all goes according to plan, then the AirZen should be available to purchase for everyone else shortly after.
It will be great to see this project pan out, as a lot of the air quality devices it incorporates are useful. In my home we have all of the above, but a single device that handles everything would be much more convenient. Especially, since we constantly have to swap between a humidifier and air purifier to deal with my daughter’s allergies.