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.

FACT

You take 17,000 breaths a day. Inhale 2,000 gallons of air.

Most of that air contains millions of dangerous, harmful, and even deadly pollutants and particles.

Eliminates 99.99% of harmful substances

Protects against airborne viruses up to 0,01µm

Viruses attach to small droplets of liquid in the air called aerosols. These transmit the virus to humans with often devastating consequences. Thanks to our revolutionary plasma filter technology, OneLife X is able to efficiently capture these aerosols and stop viruses from spreading.

The smaller the more harmful

A look at indoor pollutants

Ultrafine Particles

Pollutants with a diameter of 1.0 micrometers or less. Common types of these are bacteria and viruses.

PM 2.5

Pollutants with a diameter of 2.5 micrometers. Common types of these are fine dust, smoke, pet dander, and bacteria.

PM 10

Pollutant particles with a diameter of 10 micrometers or less. Common types include dust, pollen, and mold.

VOCs

Volatile organic compounds are gases and chemicals released from paints, furniture, and when cleaning products are used.

Pet Dander

Cats and dogs are important sources of indoor allergens, released through secretions, excretions and dander.

Viruses & Bacteria

While bacteria do not receive as much publicity as mold when it comes to indoor air quality, they are a real and dangerous health hazard.

Pollen

Pollen are a fine powdery substance, typically yellow, comprised of pollen grains which travel through the air.

Odors

Everyday activities such as cooking or cleaning and scented personal care products such as deodorants, candles and air fresheners produce odors that adversely affect indoor air.

Ultrafine Dust

Unlike inhaling PM10 and PM2.5, ultrafine particles (UFPs) are produced among other sources by printer toners and automobile exhaust causing a multitude of problems to our bodies.

Dust Mites

Dust mites are barely visible due to their very small size and translucent bodies. They may cause allergic reactions. The symptoms range from itching, breathing difficulties to asthma.

Smoke

Just breathing tobacco smoke can cause respiratory infections (bronchitis), cardiovascular disease, or asthma.

Mold Spores

In indoor environments mold grows on moist surfaces such as drywalls, carpet, baseboards, and heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems (HVACs).
Dust mites are barely visible due to their very small size and translucent bodies. They may cause allergic reactions. The symptoms range from itching, breathing difficulties to asthma.
Everyday activities such as cooking or cleaning and scented personal care products such as deodorants, candles and air fresheners produce odors that adversely affect indoor air.
While bacteria do not receive as much publicity as mold when it comes to indoor air quality, they are a real and dangerous health hazard
In indoor environments mold grows on moist surfaces such as drywalls, carpet, baseboards, and heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems (HVACs).
Just breathing tobacco smoke can cause respiratory infections (bronchitis), cardiovascular disease, or asthma.
Cats and dogs are important sources of indoor allergens, released through secretions, excretions and dander.
Pollen are a fine powdery substance, typically yellow, comprised of pollen grains which travel through the air
Unlike inhaling PM10 and PM2.5, ultrafine particles (UFPs) are produced among other sources by printer toners and automobile exhaust causing a multitude of problems to our bodies.

Increase performance & productivity

The health benefits of clean air

Focus & Productivity

Improved air quality increases efficiency & productivity by 61%

Stress Reduction

Levels of stress rise when people are exposed to polluted air

Restful Sleep

Full recharge at night helps to improve our immune system and energy levels

Asthma & Allergies

Reduction of harmful pollution levels protects asthmatics & people suffering from allergies

Focus & Productivity

Stress Reduction

Restfull Sleep

Asthma & Allergies

Real-time Results

Tracks indoor and outdoor air performance to optimize your performance

OneLife X ensures perfect conditions for your personal workout, a clear head at work, or just quiet time. Thanks to the built-in sensor technology OneLife X measures the quality of your air at home and provides you with real-time data of your local outdoor air quality, displayed on your smartphone We provide the world’s most accurate actionable environmental data and insights in partnership with BreezoMeter.

Keep calm, breath clean, and protect the planet

Fully automatic and life-long sustainable filter for your peace of mind.

Through real-time tracking, Onelife X detects harmful air and adjusts the power of air filtration so you can sit back and relax. For better peace of mind, our revolutionary plasma filter is easily cleaned and lasts a lifetime. Clean air, doesn’t mean we need a dirty planet.

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

Our air is swarming with triggers for those suffering from asthma and seasonal allergies. You can prevent the onset of attacks 24/7 with OneLife X. Low energy consumption, real-time air performance tracking, and a reusable filter provides you clinically clean air anytime, anywhere.

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FAQ

Learn more about your indoor health

Both short-and long-term exposure to air pollution can lead to a wide range of diseases like cardiovascular diseases, reduced lung function, and respiratory infection. The World Health Organization provides evidence of links between exposure to air pollution and type 2 diabetes, obesity, systemic inflammation, Alzheimer’s disease, and dementia. Depending on the level of exposure and the type of pollutant inhaled, the effects can vary, ranging from simple symptoms like coughing and the irritation of the respiratory tract to acute conditions like asthma and chronic lung diseases.
By filtering out fine particles, purifiers help clean the air you breathe and thereby reduce the potential negative effects of pollution such as heart disease, lung cancer, and both chronic and acute respiratory diseases, including asthma. Improving air quality can deliver substantial health benefits like normalized sleep patterns, better mood, increase focus, improved skin appearance and more.
Yes! Scientists found that air pollution can reduce athletic performance. One of the reasons for that is because during training athletes typically take in about 20 times more air than a person at rest.Consequently they are exposed to 20 times more pollutants as well. Research also shows that cleaner air is linked to increased productivity. Consequently, OneLife X positively influences your focus, productivity and athletic performance.

While the OneLife X is capable of filtering viruses, it particularly helps to prevent the spread of Covid19 by filtering the aerosols carrying the Covid19 viru.

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Pollen

Pollen area fine powdery substance, typically yellow, composed of pollen grains, which are carried through the air. It is a common trigger of allergies such as hay fever. Typical pollen allergy symptoms include nasal congestion, coughing or wheezing, problems concentrating and/or sleeping. They can also cause pain due to blocked sinuses, loss of smell or taste and an increased risk of developing asthma.

Dust Mites

They are barely visible due to their very small size and translucent bodies. House dust mites are present indoors wherever humans live. Positive tests for dust mite allergies are extremely common among people with asthma. Dust mites are a nesting species that prefers a dark, warm, and humid climate. They flourish in mattresses, bedding, upholstered furniture, and carpets. Their feces include enzymes that are released upon contact with a moist surface, which can happen when a person inhales, and these enzymes can kill cells within the human body.

Pet Dander

Cats and dogs are often carriers of indoor allergens, released through secretions, excretions and dander. The allergens are transported through the air by particles >2.5 μm and can remain airborne for long periods of time.

Mold Spores

In indoor environments mould grows on moist surfaces such as drywalls, carpet, baseboards, and heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems (HVACs). When drying out or being touched the spores become airborne with severe consequences to human health. Many mould species such as Stachybotrys contain toxic compounds called mycotoxins causing allergies, headache and fatigue, sneezing, coughing, pneumonia and asthma. Particularly harmful are mold spores for young children and elderly.