With Airdog FitAir, you're a Bacta Tank short of being Darth Vader
A wearable air purifier, you can strap the Airdog Fitair to your arm, put on the mask, and go for a run.
You'll have a fresh stream of purified air blown directly in your face as you go.
This is a cool looking device, especially if you live in a city with lots of pollution.
It also can merge to a mini air purifier for your bedroom or office, but I'm not sure how the little stream of air could actually make an impact in a bigger room.
Still, it's only gonna cost a hundred bucks when it comes out later this year, so it could be a reasonable splurge if you need to cut down on allergies and you live in a big city.
Maybe I'm hoping for too much, but I'd have liked if the strap doubled as a fitness This device then could monitor your heart rate, or your [UNKNOWN].
Or if the purifier itself was smarter and could let you know about the quality of the air you'll be breathing in the atmosphere.
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