Better physical and mental health are just a breath away.
The OneLife X air purifier captures 99.99 % of harmful airborne particles increasing your focus, productivity and helping you perform better with performance air.
You take 17,000 breaths a day. Inhale 2,000 gallons of air.
Eliminates 99.99 % of harmful substances
Protects against airborne viruses up to 0,01µm
The smaller the more harmful
A look at indoor pollutants
Volatile organic compounds are gases and chemicals released from paints, furniture, and when cleaning products are used.
Increase performance & productivity
The health benefits of clean air
Tracks indoor and outdoor air performance to optimize your performance
Keep calm, breath clean, and protect the planet
Fully automatic and life-long sustainable filter for your peace of mind.
Whisper quiet for better sleep
Virtually silent and designed to work hard without disrupting your routine
Our ultra quiet, sleep mode air ventilation performs virtually silent so it can be your ultimate sleep supporter. Sleep easily with clean air and wake up fully recovered and feeling productive.
Asthma & allergy relief
Prevent symptoms with clean air 24/7
Learn more about your indoor health
Healthy and sustainable living
Did you know that about 8% of all Americans over the age of 18, and as many as 7.2% of children have hay fever? And this number might continue to rise. Due to climate change and associated warmer weather, allergy seasons are expected to become longer and more intense in the future.
Every day we breathe in an unhealthy cocktail of chemicals, mainly from industrial activities, transport, and agriculture. In this blog post, let’s take a look at what pollutes our air the most and why it’s considered the biggest environmental risk worldwide.
It’s not uncommon for people to discover mold in their homes while cleaning or after experiencing water damage. In fact, the sad truth is that at least 45 million buildings in the U.S. have unhealthy levels of mold. Mold in your home or office can remain hidden behind walls, ceilings, or under carpets for years. This can have severe health implications for many people, as nearly 25% of the population is predisposed to mold illness.