RESPIRAY WEAR A+ Wearable Air Purifier
RESPIRAY WEAR A+ Wearable Air Purifier
European Innovation in Allergen Avoidance
Respiray's light-weight, wearable air purifier, Respiray Wear A+, has been scientifically shown to significantly decrease the amount of airborne allergens inhaled by the user. This product can help alleviate common allergy symptoms such as sneezing, nasal congestion, and watery eyes.
How Respiray Wear A+ Works
How this will alleviate allergies
How this will alleviate allergies
Revolutionizing Allergy Management
Respiray’s team of scientists, engineers and designers has developed a groundbreaking new device that helps its users fight allergies: Respiray Wear A+. This exciting and unique wearable air purifier eliminates 99.9% of airborne allergens, including pet dander, dust, pollen and mold.
The effectiveness of Respiray Wear A+ has been confirmed by the European Centre for Allergy Research Foundation (ECARF) and SGS, the world’s leading testing and certification company, as well as Respiray’s own independent user testing.
Dust mite allergy is an allergic reaction to the microscopic insects found in household dust that can cause symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, itchy and watery eyes, coughing, and difficulty breathing.
Pollen allergy is an allergic reaction to airborne pollen particles from plants such as trees, grasses, and weeds, that can cause symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, itchy and watery eyes, and in severe cases, difficulty breathing.
Pet allergy is an allergic reaction to proteins found in an animal's skin cells, urine, or saliva, that can cause symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, itchy and watery eyes, and in severe cases, difficulty breathing.
Mold allergy is a type of allergic reaction that occurs when an individual's immune system overreacts to the spores of various types of mold.
Say Goodbye to Airborne Allergies With Respiray
Allergies, whether caused by pets or pollen, can interfere with daily life, causing discomfort such as watery eyes, itchy nose, and sneezing. However, the Respiray Wear A+ wearable air purifier offers a convenient solution by filtering out allergens from the air you breathe, providing direct protection wherever you go, and serving as an effective alternative to allergy medication.
Laboratory has demonstrated that Respiray Wear A+ can significantly reduce airborne allergen particles by over 99%.
Lightweight & Easy to Use
As well as providing a shield from allergens, it is stylish and easy to use. It is lightweight and works at a click of a button.
Efficient & Cost-Effective Filters
The device includes two HEPA filters that last up to 6 months and are inexpensive to replace.
Respiray Wear A+
Has Respiray Wear A+ been tested?
Laboratory testing has been conducted for the filters used in Respiray Wear A+ at SGS Michigan, the world’s leading testing, inspection and certification company. All of the tests proved that Wear A+ is highly effective in removing allergens from the area around the user’s face.
Does Respiray Wear A+ release any radiation, EMFs or cancer causing substances?
No, Respiray Wear A+ does not use wireless technology like Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, so it is definitely much safer than many other devices. The device does contain electronic components but these have been tested against the required electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) standards and the results were well within the permitted levels. The materials used to build the device are also safe – they have been tested according to the European Union’s Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) standards.
How often should the filters be changed?
Respiray Wear A+ comes with two replaceable HEPA filters. Each filter lasts for 200 working hours. The filter replacement indicator LED on the device shows when it’s time to change the filter.
Does Respiray Wear A+ protect against dust mite allergies?
Yes, Respiray Wear A+ provides effective protection from dust and dust mites. 200 people tested the device at their homes, with 9 out of 10 saying that Wear A+ helped them. Respiray Wear A+ was tested at SGS Michigan with a 50/50 allergen mix of dander from dogs (Canis familiaris) and dust mites (Dermatophagoides farinae). It was >99.9% effective at filtering those allergens.
Does Respiray Wear A+ protect against allergies caused by pets?
Yes, Respiray Wear A+ provides effective protection from dander from pets including cats, dogs, rabbits and rats. 200 people tested the device at their homes, with 9 out of 10 saying that Wear A+ helped them. Respiray Wear A+ was tested at SGS Michigan with a 50/50 allergen mix of dander from dogs (Canis familiaris) and dust mites (Dermatophagoides farinae). It was >99.9% effective at filtering those allergens.
Does Respiray Wear A+ protect against pollen-related allergies?
Yes, Respiray Wear A+ provides effective protection from hay fever and other pollen-related allergies. In December 2022, the European Centre for Allergy Research Foundation (ECARF) conducted clinical trials, finding that Respiray Wear A+ is very effective against pollen.
Does Respiray Wear A+ help with asthma?
Yes, Wear A+ helps to prevent allergic asthma caused by airborne allergens like pollen, pet dander and dust mites. Around 80% of people with asthma also have allergies. However, Respiray Wear A+ does NOT protect against “exercise-induced” asthma or non-allergic asthma.
Where is Respiray Wear A+ meant to be used?
Respiray Wear A+ is most effective in non-windy conditions. The device is most effective indoors, but it also works outdoors when there is no wind. Respiray Wear A+ is not meant to be used while sleeping.
What type of charger does Respiray Wear A+ need?
Wear A+ is charged with a USB-C cable that is provided with the product. USB-C is widely used for charging mobile phones and laptops.
How is Respiray Wear A+ charged and how long does it last?
Wear A+ is battery-powered and charged with a USB-C cable. The device lasts for 8 hours on a full charge.
Can Respiray Wear A+ be used with a Pacemaker?
No, unfortunately you cannot use Respiray Wear A+ if you have a pacemaker because the device has a strap with a magnetic closure that may interfere with the pacemaker’s operation.
Will Respiray Wear A+ make my eyes dry?
Respiray Wear A+ does create a light breeze around the face, but as long as you don’t suffer from dry eye syndrome or Sjögren’s syndrome it shouldn’t cause you any problems. If you suffer from one of these conditions, we advise you to consult with your doctor first.
Can children wear Respiray Wear A+?
Respiray Wear A+ is available in one size only, with an adjustable strap that makes it easy to alter the distance between the user’s face and the device, meaning it can be comfortably worn by people of various heights and body types. It is not recommended that Wear A+ is worn by children under 13 years of age.
How comfortable is Respiray Wear A+ to wear?
Respiray Wear A+ is super light. It weighs just 250g. It is wonderfully comfortable to wear thanks to its ergonomic design. When 200 participants tested Wear A+, only 3 people reported that it made their eyes dry, and only 2 reported that the device is heavy to wear. Most people were positively surprised by how comfortable it is and how lightweight the device actually feels.
Can Respiray Wear A+ be worn on airplanes?
Yes, Respiray Wear A+ can be worn safely on airplanes. However, it may be slightly less effective than in a normal indoor environment as airplane ventilation systems are powerful enough to create air movement, which could potentially affect the allergen-free air zone created by the device.