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Kingmax AirQ Check mobile health device wins 2016 Golden Pin Design award

By Ciara Alarcon - on 3 Oct 2016, 3:33pm

Kingmax AirQ Check mobile health device wins 2016 Golden Pin Design award

The Kingmax AirQ Check mobile health device has won the 2016 Golden Pin Design award – top design award in the international Chinese-speaking market, which invites top international design experts every year to serve as judges.

Featuring a stylish zinc alloy casing and ergonomic sliding cover, the AirQ Check mobile health device is an innovative product based on a realization that indoor air quality is important. The Kingmax team carried out a study and found that poor indoor air quality has a more serious impact on health rather than the outside air pollution. The AirQ Check provides an electronic substitute for the human nose that can stand on guard against any objects that contain volatile gases.

Users simply need to plug the AirQ Check into their mobile phones to connect the designed app to see if the levels of TVOC and Carbon Dioxide exceed the recommendation limits. Aside from detecting the temperature and humidity, it also has an LED indicator, which changes if harmful gases are detected. Green light means good, orange means moderate, while red indicates hazardous. It will also beep if the concentration of gases is too high, helping the consumer in monitoring the current air quality.

The AirQ Check Mobile Health Device is available worldwide, with a suggested retail price of US$ 69.