Unless you have asthma or allergies, you might not consider how air quality affects your health. Even lower levels of volatile organic compounds (or VOCS) can cause fatigue, eye stress, headaches and other small ailments that add up to an uncomfortable day — or long-term issues that you won’t notice until they’re too big to ignore. Keeping tabs on air quality is especially important if you’ve got growing kids in the mix and want them breathing the freshest air possible. The pocket-size Atmotube Air Quality Monitor lets you know what you’re breathing, no matter where you go.
Atmotube’s monitor is a CES Innovation Award Nominee, and it’s easy to see why. It has a multi-gas sensor that detects VOCs, carbon monoxide, temperature, and moisture in real time. You can clip it onto your purse or keep it in your pocket during trips to the park with your little one, or when you’re picking them up from school, and its ultra-tough titanium shell protects it from drops and dings. An LED indicator gives you a quick air quality read, and the device even tracks your data to help you avoid spaces with historically low air quality.
The Atmotube 2.0 Portable Air Quality Monitor is on sale right now for just $89 — 18% off the sticker price of $109.