AWAIR Glow C Air Quality Monitor REVIEW | Mac Sources10

Awair Glow C simplifies air quality monitoring and controls “non-smart” devices to instantly optimize your air health

Awair Glow C Brings More Color to Intelligent Air Quality Monitoring

USER EXPERIENCE

  • Smart Plug: Most of the lights in our home are automated through smart light bulbs. Because of that, I had a hard time finding a non-smart device to plug into the outlet to test it out. In the past, I finally found a table lamp that wasn’t utilizing a smart bulb and I plugged it into the Glow. The app was able to turn the outlet on and off manually and I set up an automation. The AWAIR app allows users to automate a ‘trigger’ for the device plugged into it. You can tell it to turn on with Air Status, on a Schedule, or based off of Eco-Motion. Because this is a lamp, I decided to tell it to turn on/off when motion was detected. It worked quite well. This automation feature was new to me and I found it intriguing and useful.
  • Ambient Light: With the light, you have three modes — Air Status, Ambient, and Off. The Air Status light tell you when the air quality is at a certain level. If it’s green, the air quality is good; orange = poor, and red = bad. The Ambient light option allows you to shift the color to any color you can choose within the app’s color wheel. You can also have the light triggered by motion.
  • Air Quality Monitor: I was actually very impressed with the speed at which the Air Quality Monitor started taking readings. After I had the Glow C set-up, I got my first set of readings within a few moments. I love how the app displays the information and that it pairs data with colors so that you can visually tell what state your air is in without having to analyze a bunch of numbers. The app really does the work for you.

FINAL THOUGHTS

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