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You Need To See This Reusable Electronic Mask That Is Worth 30k

by Vanessa Waithera
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You need to see this reusable electronic mask that is worth 30k.

Some of us decided to buy cloth masks after we realized that buying surgical masks was not a long term investment. The reality is that this pandemic is endless, who is to say when it will end? As this pandemic is ruining millions of businesses some companies have taken this opportunity to create a permanent alternative to buying temporary masks.

This is what to expect from this reusable electronic mask:

  • Inbuilt battery and charging port
  • Battery charges for 2hrs, and useable for 8hrs on a full
  • Reusable
  • 126 grammes
  • Goes off every 30 seconds when not in use
  • Comes with a case that cleans it as well
  • Purification Valve
  • Face Guard
  • Respiratory Sensor: Monitors the cycle and volume of the wearer’s breath.
  • 2 electric fans with three modes to enable ease of breathing”

A statement from the company reads:

“LG PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier resolves the dilemma of homemade masks being of inconsistent quality and disposal masks being in short supply. The PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier employs two H13 HEPA filters, similar to the filters used in the company’s home air purifier products,”

The best thing about this filter is the fact that you don’t have to keep pulling your mask down since it has a valve that lets air in. If your prone to respiratory issues then you should probably invest in this mask as it makes the air 99% cleaner from pathogens that cause respiratory issues.

Currently South Korea donated 300 masks to front line health workers but if you wish to get the mask sooner you may have to order it from either Asia or Middle East for KSh 31,000 and LG is planning to make them available in Kenya early next year.

As Kenyans we almost always claim that there’s no money but there’s obviously a reason why companies still choose to test their products in country even in the current economic state we’re in.

Would you invest in buying this mask?

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