TCL, popular Chinese consumer electronics brand, has expanded its breeva range of air purifiers with two new models – A2 and A3. Both are smartphone-controlled and can even be voice-controlled over Google Assistant and Alexa, making them one of the most easy-to-use air purifiers in the market.
With the breevaShield system, TCL’s new air purifiers can effectively capture up to 99.97-percent of allergens and pollutants. The anti-bacterial system comprises three filter layers and two protective layers.
There is a pre-filter, H13 HEPA filter, and an activated carbon filter that can break down harmful particles as small as 0.3 microns. Finally, a protective layer that generates negative ions settles tiny particles in the air and a UV-C purification layer destroys DNA/RNA of microbes and particles by short-wave ultraviolet radiation.
Interestingly, TCL new breeva air purifiers feature a 360-degree wind circulation system that ensures greater space coverage. They boast a powerful 270 m³/h CADR that can effectively cover a room. The A3 model tackles an area of up to 246-square-feet while A2 can handle a 182-square-feet room.
TCL also integrated a pair of air quality sensors to help people keep a check on air quality in real-time. The A2 model has an infrared dust sensor while A3 is equipped with a laser dust sensor to automatically detect airborne particles, gases, and second-hand smoke. There are also three colored light indicators to show real-time air quality or one can check it through the companion mobile app remotely.
There are more innovative features like ambient light ring in A3, humidifying technology in A2, child lock, 1-2-4-8 timer, and sleep mode that cleans the air at a low noise level of 26dB. Lastly, filters in both the air purifiers have 2,160 hours of life and can be replaced from the bottom of the unit.
With and sleek Nordic style design, TCL breeva home air purifiers can beautifully blend into any home setting. They are designed not only to make it easy and convenient for people to improve air quality at home but also to become a good-looking furnishing item.
TCL has launched the new breeva home air purifiers through a crowd-funding campaign on Indiegogo. The campaign is enjoying a great response, in fact, it managed to surpass the funding goal in just 30 minutes. Currently, the purifiers are at a discounted price, you can pre-order the A2 for $100 and the A3 for about $110. Both these are winners of the Reddot Design Award 2021.