When I started Smart Air in 2013, I wanted to buy a particle counter, and I had basically two options. I could buy a US$260 Dylos or spend thousands of dollars on the crazy expensive particle counters. Since then, the market has exploded with new particle counters as cheap as 99 RMB. But are they […]
The beast. The Dylos DC1100 Pro Air Quality Monitor. This is what I use to test whether the filters work. It gives readings of the number of particles 2.5 micrometers and above, as well as .5 micrometers and above per .01 cubic foot. They’re available through Amazon for $261.