Blueair WiFi-Enabled Purifiers
Review date: Nov. 2, 2020
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People voted: Somewhat creepy
Dust, mold, pollen, bacteria, viruses, smoke, smog, the smell of your burnt toast. The air is gross these days. And if you're lucky enough to have $900 to spend on a fancy, WiFi connected air filter, you can save your lungs some stress. And if you're lungs are hurting and you don't want to get up to adjust the settings on your air filter, you can do it from an app on your phone or even tell Alexa to put your purifier in auto mode so you can catch that much needed breath of fresh air.
What could happen if something goes wrong?
Probably not a lot will go wrong with this smart air purifier, we hope. Blueair does say they may share your personal information with third parties for marketing purposes, which isn't great. All-in-all, you're probably pretty safe using this connected air purifier. Good for your lungs and your peace of mind.
Can it snoop on me?
What can be used to sign up?
What data does the company collect?
Name, email, phone number, address
How does the company use this data?
How can you control your data?
What is the company’s known track record of protecting users’ data?
No known incidents in the last 2 years.
Can this product be used offline?
User-friendly privacy information?
Links to privacy information
Does this product meet our Minimum Security Standards?
Encrypted is used in transit and at rest
Blueair included a summary of high level privacy principles.
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