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The Wair smart scarf doubles as an air filter in polluted cities

  • French startup Clausette is hoping to capitalize on air quality concerns around with world with its anti-pollution scarf called Wair.
  • The startup has turned the everyday fashion accessory into a device that it claims can filter out harmful pollutants and bacteria found in poor air.
  • The device continuously monitors outside pollution in real-time and sends users air quality updates.
  • At also suggests travel routes to avoid overly polluted areas, all through a companion app called Supairman.
  • The company’s product line ranges from black neck tubes to wrap-around scarves and retails between around $56 and $91. Read more

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