Airpop Active Plus With Halo Smart Face Mask Review

Reviewing the Airpop Active Plus smart face mask with Halo Sensor, which can tell you about all the air quality in your area and blocked pollutants. Using Bluetooth smarts and the Airpop app for iOS/Android, you can check how effective wearing the face mask has been. Like the Razer rival launched at CES 2021, you have a customisable LED. And the Active Plus can also inform you when you need to replace the filters and give feedback on your breathing.

Facemasks are going to be a vital part of our lives in 2021, so it’s important to get one that’s comfortable and offers strong protection – for you and everyone else you come into contact with. The Airpop Active Plus with Halo Sensor mask gives you a proper seal around your mouth and nose, with replaceable filters. On top of that, this face mask can track all of the pollutants that the filter blocks, so you know how effective it’s being. This data is then shared with your Android or iOS app, so you can track it all on your phone. You can even check your breathing rate.

You can grab this protective gear from Airpop from mid-Feb 2021, and yes it sure ain’t cheap, but the app support makes the Active Plus with Halo Sensor rather unique.

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20 thoughts on “Airpop Active Plus With Halo Smart Face Mask Review

  1. Seth Pinnock says:

    The concept is good the price is too high for initial purchase considering the relatively high maintenance cost battery replacements filter replacements and most persons will want to be able to have multiple colors

  2. mralan1969uk says:

    Number 1: No-one is going to pay £150 for a mask. Number 2: We build Japanese cars in the North East and everyone at work is coming down with Covid which makes me think masks don’t protect you.

  3. Chris S. says:

    Would you perhaps do a review of the Project Hazel mask from Razer too ? Cheers and keep up the awesome content !

  4. Mark Ivey says:

    I’ve been on lockdown so long that a mask like this appeals to me, Corona street fashion 2021 :))

  5. Benjamin Hedrick says:

    Think you could pop on a pair of sunglasses or the like and tell us how they fog? Thanks for the video, I’ve been waiting for a smart mask vid!

  6. PuertoRicanPrincess says:

    “I believe the real threat right now is what we’re doing to sabotage the mental, emotional and physical health of… our children, whose development is dependent on social interactions, physical contact and facial expressions,” writes Dr. Joseph Mercola of “Between mask wearing and social distancing, I fear the impact on children in particular may be long-term, if not permanent.”

  7. Chris R says:

    That rubber seal should be on the top part of regular masks, to prevent the glasses fog or dry eyes.

  8. rangerpru says:

    I did a quick once over on their website. I saw no claims that this would provide any virus protection.

  9. Andy M says:

    Ar they takin the Piss!!! What next, smart nappys for ur grandparents….. come on 150 € for a mask..

  10. toober247 says:

    Waaaayy over engineered! The app seems to be needed to tell you to spend more money on the disposable filters ?

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