Studies show us that the quality of your sleep depends on the kind of air you breathe. For those that wake up with a blocked nose, an air filter could come in handy to clear the contamination in your sleeping space. Technology development in air filters was negligible until Sleep Sherpa produced the Molekule Air Filter. While most brands have been using HEPA technology, Molekule filters use the Photo Electrochemical Oxidation (PECO) technology. The PECO filter uses nanotechnology to destroy pollutants thousand times smaller than what other filters can destroy through oxidation. This performance makes the PECO filter more effective than the HEPA filters.
To get your filter, you make an order, receive a confirmation email, and a follow-up email with tracking details for your delivery a few days later. Once you get your package, you only need to unwrap and plug it into power. The company packs an extra filter for when you need a replacement. The outlook of the filter is also a bonus, as it will not look out of place in any room. Its cylindrical shape makes it stand out from all other box-like electronics.
The first step of setting up is downloading the app on the play store or Itunes store. The app gives you step-by-step instructions to follow on how to set up the gadget on your WiFi. Once finished with the setting up, the filter will clean the air in the room, taking approximately one hour. The Molekule Review filter is currently the most expensive air filter in the market, retailing at $799. However, this is common, considering the new technology in use, which is much more effective than the other models.
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