The idea: Clairy is a smart flower pot and natural air purifier that is powered by an actual plant. It doesn’t come much more natural than that. Inside the flower pot, a fan directs the air from your home into the roots of the plant to be detoxified. Meanwhile, sensors continually test the quality, temperature and humidity in the room and sends real-time updates to your phone.
Why pledge: Indoor air quality is a real problem in modern homes that are sealed insulated tight against draughts. Indoor air can be up to five times more polluted than outdoor air. Some of the harmful substances that live in your air include: Benezene, Ammonia and Formaldehyde. And even short-term exposure can cause and exacerbate allergies, asthma, lung problems, headaches and dizziness. The Clairy unit forces air into the roots of your plant and eliminates toxic agents, improving the quality of the air in your home. Also, by alerting you to the toxin levels in your room, the Clairy app can then give tips on how to adjust and improve the quality of the air by changing temperature or humidity. The app is compatible with iOS and Android devices. It will identify your specific needs and advise you from there.
How much: Purify your home for 28% off the anticipated retail price. For $179 you’ll get a ceramic Clairy natural air purifier in the colour of your choice. It ships worldwide, but shipping costs vary according to where you are.
Discover more: To find out more and pre-order your very only Clairy, visit www.indigogo.com