Dyson Zone Air Purifying Headphone enables you to breathe clean air while you enjoy your favorite tunes. Dyson has been known to manufacture a number of devices from Vacuum cleaners, hairdryers, bladeless fans, and air purifiers.
Dyson Zone Air Purifying Headphones are something different from its regular products. You can wear these while you walk down the streets, with this device that offers you an air-purifying experience the brand is famous for along with a pair of headphones that promise hi-fidelity audio in a visual design.The Dyson Zone features a visor that covers your nose and mouth without actually touching them, unlike traditional masks. The visor delivers clean fresh air from the sides of the headphones which surround you. It not only filters out particles and pollutants but actively cleans the air, unlike the regular mask. Dyson Zone Air Purifying headphones are the company’s first stab at the growing wearables market. The exact specifications of Dyson Zone Air-purifying headphones are still undisclosed. Though some of the key features mentioned will have you and audiophiles curious about this new contender. Worth mentioning is the noise cancelation or ANC feature, which has become a standard in over-ear headphones lately.The story of Dyson Zone from concept to prototype to final design is also quite interesting. The company created a specialized mannequin with artificial lungs to monitor how effective the purifier is in cleaning the air around it. Extra care was taken to ensure the visor is comfortable when it’s worn. People wearing masks often complain about the discomfort and irritation associated with wearing a mask in the past two years.According to Chief Engineer Jake Dyson, “Air pollution is a global problem – it affects us everywhere.” He further added, Dyson Zone delivers not only “a plume of fresh air without touching your face” but also “pure audio, anywhere.”
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