This innovative indoor air quality monitor shows you how to improve a room’s air quality

Want to improve the air in your home or office? Then check out the uHoo indoor air quality sensor. It monitors indoor air quality based on specific factors and even provides you with a virus index, letting you know if viruses can survive and spread in your environment. Best of all, it even provides tips on how to improve the air.

This innovative indoor air quality monitor shows you how to improve a room’s air quality
uHoo in a conference room

Breathe cleaner air at home with the uHoo indoor air quality sensor. This innovative air quality monitor measures nine different air quality factors and, with the uHoo app, gives you a virus index of a room’s air. That’s right; this gadget can let you know if the conditions in your space are ideal for COVID-19 to multiply and spread. Invisible particles and pathogens can cause real harm, but the uHoo helps you take control of the air you breathe.

The uHoo has a modern, hour-glass shape that looks pretty on top of a bookcase or shelf. Its sleek design blends right in with your books or display of plants so that it won’t detract from your decorating scheme. But best of all is what this innovative air quality monitor does. It connects and integrates with your other smart home devices for a seamless way to ensure healthier air in your home. We wrote extensively about indoor air pollution last year. This air-monitoring device helps you tackle those issues without a thought. Let’s see how it works.

See what’s invisible

While you might not be able to see them, microscopic particles fill the air around you. Luckily, uHoo shows you exactly what you’re breathing since it monitors factors that can affect you and your family’s health and well-being. These include dust, nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide, air pressure, humidity, carbon dioxide, VOCs, ozone, and the virus index of any room. Do you get a sneezing attack every time you do the laundry or just can’t fall asleep at night? According to the company, something in the air might be to blame since fatigue, poor sleep, headaches, decreased focus, and allergies are linked to these issues.

Know exactly how to improve your air

When you can see specifically what’s downgrading your home’s air quality, you can take steps to improve it. For instance, uHoo might show you that the level of VOCs in your bedroom is quite high, especially at night. This might signal to you that it’s time to get an air purifier that can get rid of harmful toxins while you sleep.

Connect this air quality sensor to your smart home devices

This innovative air quality monitor is convenient to use. That’s because it connects to your smart home devices through a host of platforms, including Alexa, Phillips Hue, Google Assistant, Nest, IFITT, Wemo, and more. It’s a coordinated approach to cleaner, healthier air so that you don’t have to think about it. Alerts and notifications go right to your smartphone, so you never actually have to check the device. Oh, and it’s compatible with iOS and Android devices.

Get the virus index on your home’s air

When a space doesn’t have proper ventilation with outside air, it creates the ideal conditions for viruses, including SARS-CoV-2—the virus that causes COVID-19—to stay in the air. So there’s a link between air quality and infection. According to the company’s website, when you have the right data about the air quality in your home, you can create an environment that’s better at deactivating viruses. uHoo’s virus index feature gives you data about your home’s air quality and tips to reduce virus risk.

How does the virus index work?

This innovative air quality monitor uses air quality data to let you know how likely it is that a virus will hang on in the air in your home. The risk comes in an easy-to-understand score from 1–10 that you can see on the uHoo app. The scores are grouped as Good, Mild, Bad, and Severe depending on the risk the air quality poses to hosting a virus. A Good score means the risk is low, while a Severe score indicates that viruses are likely to survive in the air and that the air quality would affect most people. It’s a cool system, and you can read more about the relationship between air quality and the coronavirus on the company’s website.

Maximize your life by optimizing your air

We mentioned this earlier, but it’s worth repeating. The air quality can impact how you function daily and can have serious implications on your health. According to the company website, using this innovative air quality monitor can help you fix harmful elements of your air. For instance, it can manage your room’s temperature, humidity, and fresh air to get you comfy as you drift off. You might also experience fewer allergies since the device will let you know exactly what products to avoid and when you should dust before a flare-up. What’s more, you’ll be more productive since uHoo ensures the air is safe from energy-depleting toxins like carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide.

Add this indoor air quality sensor to any space

Tastefully designed, uHoo adds a modern, stylish touch to any room. Whether you place it in the nursery, bedroom, and living area, this useful gadget will make the room healthier as well as aesthetically pleasing.

uHoo is a practical gadget that gives you in-depth information about your indoor air quality and the steps you can take to improve it. You’ll know exactly when, say, the air is getting too dusty. Then, the app gives you reminders to clean your air filters where dust can build up. It also integrates with smart home devices for ease of use. If you want a healthier home, this device is a great choice.

The uHoo indoor air quality sensor typically costs $329. Currently, you can order it for $279.65 on the company’s website.

Meet Lauren Wadowsky

Lauren has been writing and editing since 2008. She loves working with text and helping writers find their voice. When she's not typing away at her computer, she cooks and travels with her husband and two daughters.
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