Smart Air is a social enterprise that creates simple, no-nonsense air purifiers and provides free education to protect people’s health from the effects of air pollution. We are proud to be the only certified B-Corp dedicated to fighting air pollution.
Tina (verified owner) –
I haven’t had my air monitor for long. It arrived beautifully packed. Smart Air customer service is excellent. They answered all my questions. I like the quality of the air monitor. The screen reacts very well just like the touch screen of a high end mobile phone. I am disappointed that I can’t see the PM2.5 reading, the CO2 reading and the VOC reading all together on one screen in large letters. I thought I could sit on the sofa and see all three together. You can only see one reading in large letters. However, there are lines in different colours and that helps. The temperature reading is not accurate at all. The PM2.5 reading is the same as the one I get from another PM2.5 air quality monitor I own. I am quite shocked that my VOC reading shows orange so very fast. I don’t use scented cleaning products etc. Makes me wonder if the carbon filter of the brand new two Smart Air air purifiers SA600 do anything at all. I don’t know if the VOC reading or the CO2 readings are accurate. Connecting the air monitor to the app was easy. I bought the white version with the beautiful silver back. The air monitor is smaller than it looks in the photos. Easy to carry around from room to room but if you want to see the readings you need to get up from the sofa to the air monitor in order to be able to see them. Space saving. I hope the air quality monitor will work a few years. I don’t regret having bought the air quality monitor. Don’t buy it for accurate temperature or humidity readings. They are both not accurate.
Marion Metcalfe –
Excellent air purifier. Compact. Easily used anywhere.
Peter Knapp (verified owner) –
Very smart device that is small enough to be taken to other places. Very helpful to have all the data on one screen.
The 15-min time intervals on the app are too long, in my opinion. I would rather the readings can be set to 1-min intervals so that rapid changes in air quality (e.g. cooking, ventilation) can be observed.
The app refresh is slow, e.g. now it is 12:57 but the app is showing data up to 2:15am last night. There is no way to force the refresh, but this could be fixed with a software update.
I would love for there to be a pro-setting where I could calibrate the device compared to local monitoring stations for pollutants such as PM2.5.
Another suggestion – to explain in the manual how to connect to a smart plug, so that when PM2.5 is above a user-defined threshold, it triggers the smart plug to turn the SmartAir cleaner on.