The argument around adequate face-covering procedures continues to swirl, and while many of the clothing and tech industries’ most influential companies have answered the call for a smarter, more intuitive product, doubts regarding their usefulness are still common. Luckily, LG has been hard at work searching for a way to leverage its existing technologies to create something that will settle the argument, once and for all.
The result? The LG Puricare Wearable Air Purifier Mask. Calling upon the same trusted (and proven) H13 HEPA filters that are utilized within the brand’s in-home air filtration systems, this unique mask boasts a legitimized architecture that’s both aesthetically-pleasing and functionally-sound. Paired with cutting-edge UV-LED lights for real-time disinfection, the mask’s will built-in technology will monitor its user’s breathing patterns, improving filtration based on the speed of inhalation. Of course, the mask’s common attributions are still there. It provides a snug fit to ensure an adequate seal while on-face, and boast an eight-hour battery life for all-day wear. Head to LG’s website to find more information on the Puricare Wearable Air Purifier Mask, which is slated for release sometime in Q4.
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