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Airvida Wearable Air Purifier - Black

Airvida Wearable Air Purifier - Black

2Tech

Airvida™ from Ible Technology is a portable purifier that uses ionisation technology to remove particles from the air around you making it clean and safe to breathe. The ionisers emit 20 million ions per cubic centimetre, eliminating particles, bacteria, pollen and dust from the air around you. - Chargeable via USB - Will give you 32 hours of usage in between charges. Light and comfortable to wear. Can be worn anywhere to improve your air quality. Colour: Black. Delivery time: 2 working days.

Next day delivery not available on this item. Standard Delivery takes 3-5 working days.

Code: 652493


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£159.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£191.99 inc. VAT
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Airvida Wearable Air Purifier - Black

Airvida™ from Ible Technology is a portable purifier that uses ionisation technology to remove particles from the air around you making it clean and safe to breathe. The ionisers emit 20 million ions per cubic centimetre, eliminating particles, bacteria, pollen and dust from the air around you.
- Chargeable via USB
- Will give you 32 hours of usage in between charges.
- Light and comfortable to wear
- Can be worn anywhere to improve your air quality
- Colour: Black
- Delivery time: 2 working days


Next day delivery not available on this item. Standard Delivery takes 3-5 working days.

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Manufacturer 2Tech
Manufacturer Code AVIB

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