Albero 3-In-1 Smart Air Purifier with No Filter Replacement

With no filter replacement design Albero 3-in-1 smart air purifier provides a simple way to purify your home, and it supports Amazon Alexa and Google Home. Like the idea? Let’s keep checking.Albero 3-In-1 Smart Air Purifier with No Filter Replacement

The Albero is a beautifully designed, multi-functional indoor air purifier that measures 11 inches diameter by 19.7 inches tall. As shown in the images, the air purifier looks like a charming interior decoration. The smooth wooden pieces surround the core to form an elegant form factor that brings natural and artistic atmosphere into your living space.

The smart air purifier comes quipped with an advanced nano filter that features PCO filtration to completely destroy contagions and pollutants, turning them into water, carbon dioxide and harmless base compounds in the filtering process.Albero 3-In-1 Smart Air Purifier with No Filter Replacement

Furthermore, the filter can be replaced. All you need to do is just simply rinse it off every 6 months. And a protective exterior nano-coating keeps Albero clean and protects it from corrosion, bacteria, dust, scratches and aging.

Moreover, built-in air quality monitor always detects the indoor air quality and lets you know the status of the air indoors. According to the detecting result, it also automatically clean your air.Albero 3-In-1 Smart Air Purifier with No Filter Replacement

The smart air purifier works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant so that you can effortlessly control it with your voice. It also triples as a smart LED lamp that automatically change the intensity and temperature of the lighting based on your settings.

The crowdfunding campaign for Albero is ongoing on Indiegogo. We can pledge $337 to preorder the smart air purifier. It will be shipped in October 2020.

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