Is the Laser Egg only accurate in Beijing?

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Thomas Talhelm

Thomas is an Associate Professor of Behavior Science at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and the founder of Smart Air, a social enterprise to help people in China breathe clean air without shelling out thousands of dollars for expensive purifiers.

6 thoughts on “Is the Laser Egg only accurate in Beijing?

  1. I don’t understand this answer from Liam who made the LaserEgg (I assume this answer was given in the last couple of days, since this article is from yesterday):

    “We’ve been working on this for almost two years and can say with confidence that the results people will be seeing are waaaay past anything else out there.”

    What does he mean by “will be seeing”? the Laseregg 2 is already sold on the market for several months now, why is he talking like it will be released in the future? is he talking about the Laseregg 3 maybe?

  2. Hi there,

    Thanks for the clear explanation. I hope I knew this before buying my laser egg.
    I am currently living in Shenzhen, its always ranging from 75% to 100% humidity. The nearest station is 4.5 KM away. Although is not located inside a consulate, that makes me wonder whether I can trust the data published hourly.
    I compared outside laser egg meter (152 AQI) with the data provided by the station 76 AQI. I use the formula provided above and got a 100 AQI PM 2.5.
    Its rather confusing and I honestly dont know how to calculate the real figure. I have a 3 year old daughter and I try to not go our if pollution is above 80.
    For me knowing the right data its really important, I plan my day around the pollution. Quite sad anyways, Shenzhen used to be good, now its similar to Beijing.


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