Air purifiers are generally an expensive item, where quality models can cost several hundred and sometimes over a thousand dollars, and for good reason. First of all, despite the fact that some models are more precise in the toxic contaminants that they neutralize and eliminate from the air, or the different methods, whether filters, photocatalytic or other technologies, there’s typically one common denominator. No matter the inherent benefit and quality of each model, they’re designed to purify an entire room and are capable of purifying areas of varying sizes.
This is one area where the Wynd promises to provide some unique advantages, in that it’s designed to purify a personal space via smart technology. We’ll break down how that actually works and what its true benefits are further in this review. Because of this, there’s also an inherent cost savings due to the fact that it’s a compact model, however there are many assumed constraints to this and we’ll discover how well Wynd overcomes those as well.