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Vollara Fresh Air Personal Review

10 years ago Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, introduced the world to a little device that would revolutionize the way we used our phones. Fast forward to today, and there are a great variety of little gadgets that improve our lives in one way or another. In the future our lives will be transformed by yet more devices which will perform all manner of functions. Today I introduce you to Vollara FRESH AIR Personal.

I got the chance to test out the Vollara FRESH AIR Personal and thought I’d share my experience.

DISCLAIMER: Although this article is written in the spirit of a non-biased review highlighting both the positive and negative aspects of the product, we do receive a commission for the sales of some Vollara products.

I got the chance to check one of these out and see what it’s all about. It’s about 3 inches by 2 inches long and about an inch thick. Here's a photo I took of the FreshAir Personal propped up on my desk.

The device was about half the size of an iPhone – fitting snug in the palm of my hand. Using the attached strap I put it around my neck and wore it around for a couple of hours, and also let it chill out on my desk. As soon as I flicked the power switch on, I could feel a coolness toward the front of the unit – almost as if a gentle stream of air was being emitted. It’s operation was completely silent – no noise whatsoever.

Our Toxic Modern Lives…

As inhabitants of the modern world, we unfortunately encounter by toxicity in varying degrees, wherever we go. Whether it’s particles from a car’s exhaust, or a constant stream of cigarette smoke wafting into your yard from your next door neighbor Geoff’s mother in-law Hilda, who seems to be there to stay. However, as inhabitants of this modern, often toxic world, we’re not completely helpless. No there are many ways in which tech can help us to clean or remove these toxins. The FreshAir Personal is one such example of tech designed to help to remove toxins from our environment.

But how does it work?

The FreshAir Personal uses electrodes to ionize the air. Ionization works by charging suspended molecules so that they attract other molecules. As more molecules clump together, they become heavier than the air around them, and can no longer stay afloat. They fall to the ground. The result is cleaner air with less particles.

The FreshAir Personal has a fold able stand attached to its back which you can flip out whenever you want to sit the little device on a surface like your desk. Another thing you can do is wear the FreshAir Personal like a necklace using the included strap. This portability aspect is convenient, allowing you to take clean air with you wherever you go.

Technical Specs

According to the manual, the device has an operating life of 97600 hours which is just over 11 years. (The warranty covers the unit for 90 days) The device outputs 6 million ions per cubic centimeter of air. It runs on 3 volts of DC power. It weighs about 50 grams and is just under 4 inches in length. View the manual here.

The FreshAir Personal would be a great gift for someone who has breathing issues, or who works in an environment that has a lot of airborne pollutants. If you’d like to order one click on the following link.

About Michael Church

Michael Church has been involved with indoor air quality since 2005 and feels the unhealthy crawl space is one of the major problems causing poor indoor air quality.

8 Comments

  1. Bill Moser on August 22, 2020 at 5:08 pm

    suggest updating the price – new unit introducted about three months ago – with longer battery life and more effective also 🙂

    • Michael Church on August 26, 2020 at 10:58 am

      Thank you, links and pricing have been updated.

      • Sherri on June 7, 2023 at 7:15 pm

        Does the personal device kill mycotoxins

  2. Christine Cotton on November 16, 2023 at 7:54 pm

    How can i tell if the personal is working

    • Michael Church on November 18, 2023 at 9:41 am

      Usually it makes a faint sound and you can feel air moving out the top.

  3. Dan H. on January 5, 2024 at 11:43 am

    How long will the unit run on a full charge?

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