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first_imgThis gadget primarily focuses on cleaning the air that surrounds you. This way, it doesn’t waste battery purifying ambient air that you won’t come into contact with—helping to preserve the purifier’s eight-hour battery life. Furthermore, the feature allows it to primarily focus on any nasties that are right before your nose.6GCool portable air purifier6GCool portable air purifier in useReleases clean air into your environmentThe key factor of the 6GCool portable air purifier is that it releases clean fresh air from its outlet back into the environment. It achieves this by inhaling dirty air from your surroundings and recycling this into purified air that’s safer to breathe.- Advertisement – To help clarify how it works, let’s discuss the differences between dirty and clean air. Dirty air is often referred to as particle pollution and contains dust, dirt, soot, and smoke. Sometimes you can see these molecules around you (think of floating dirt near sunlight or dark pockets of smoke where there’s a fire), but the dangers also lay in the elements that you can’t see, and thus, don’t try to escape from. These particles come from various sources: factories, cars, wood stoves, and more. And inhaling particle pollution can contribute to daily annoyances such as eye irritation, a tickly throat, and tiredness. But more seriously, they can be linked to breathing and lung difficulties, which can then find its way into your bloodstream.Alternatively, clean air doesn’t contain these level levels of pollutants and is safe to breathe. Remaining free from dirt and chemicals allows you to inhale oxygen that isn’t contaminated, and thus, not putting your health in jeopardy.6GCool uses clever technology to source these harmful particles and protects you from 99% of common air pollutants, including smoke, viruses, and dust. It then focuses on cleaning over 10 liters of air per minute. This is 100 times the rate a person typically breathes, so you know that this device is purifying more than the air you’ll then inhale.6GCool portable air purifierHolding the 6GCool portable air purifierCaptures harmful chemicals with its filtration technologyCapturing these harmful particles requires a combination of HEPA filters and PECO filtration. This high-tech portable air purifier locates unsafe chemicals and chops them down into harmless ones that are safer for you to breathe.Firstly, the HEPA filter captures the majority of airborne particles, including allergens, dust mites, pet dander, dust, mold, and pollen. This air purifier also features a titanium dioxide coating and UV-A LEDs for dirty air to stick to. The ionizer further enhances this efficiency so no harmful particles can outrun this device.6GCool portable air purifier6GCool portable air purifier on a child in the carAccommodates to your lifestyleAs well as making air cleaner, the 6GCool portable air purifier fits into your daily life. It’s not a loud, intimidating device that’ll capture everyone’s eyes while you’re on public transport. Instead, it features two operating modes: turbo and normal. So depending on your environment, you can crank up the power or choose a subtle mode to not disturb anyone.The normal mode is quieter and a battery-saving option. Alternatively, the turbo mode is ideal for cleaning larger volumes of air when you’re in a crowded environment, such as a public event, or watching a firework display.Overall, this is a gadget that everyone can incorporate into their lives. It gives you control over the air quality you breathe without any complicated setup or unpractical methods. You don’t need to wave it around to help it locate harmful particles; simply switch it on and its technology will do everything.Pre-order the 6GCool portable air purifier from Kickstarter for $128.84.What are your thoughts on this device? Share your feedback in the comments. The 6GCool portable air purifier doesn’t have a bulky design, allowing you to take it everywhere. And I really do mean everywhere. Use it on public transport, at care homes, the office, and much more. The 6GCool crams a whole lot of power into a small design so you can experience clean air everywhere you go.It even comes with an adjustable neck strap. Therefore, you can conveniently carry the device around with you, and it’s always to hand. This prevents fumbling around your bag, and the quick-release clips allow easy removal when you wish to take it off.6GCool portable air purifier6GCool portable air purifier around a woman’s neckCreates a personal zone of clean air around you- Advertisement – You can’t guarantee that the air you breathe is clean, nor safe. Fortunately, the 6GCool portable air purifier can. It locates harmful air pollutants and releases clean particles back into the environment. Discover how you can incorporate this gadget into your daily routine.The air we breathe is critical to life. But the air that surrounds you might be contributing to allergic reactions, respiratory problems, unproductivity, tiredness, and more. Airborne particles are unseeable but can cause harm when left untouched, and in some serious conditions, can lead to nose, throat, and lung damage.While there’s no way of escaping air in our daily lives, there’s a device that can purify the particles you breathe: 6GCool portable air purifier. It catches dirty air particles and releases fresh air, helping to eradicate any health infirmities. It’s different from conventional units you might have seen before, because it’s small and portable, has an eight-hour battery life, and uses a duo filtration system to effectively capture any nasties in the air.Boasts a portability factor- Advertisement –center_img Amy Poole is an Editor and Writer at Gadget Flow. When she’s not indulged in everything gadget-related, she enjoys spending time with her dog, Rosie, and keeping fit. – Advertisement –last_img read more

first_imgLiberia Music Awards (LMA), Country representative, Joseph Junior Teah, has reacted sharply to the recent criticism by some musicians that the awards were offered based on partiality.According to him, if they start releasing the online and text message voting results from Liberia, it will shock fans to note that those who are making the noise are the ones who never voted and did little or no awareness.“It is time that Liberian musicians stop the blame game and awake to the realities of life. These artists should be happy and grateful that we have started something good that is recognizing their talents and giving them more exposure,” he said.“Artists cry for support but whenever there is an event that truly represents them, some don’t show up; others don’t support only because they were not nominated and were not performing.“Our artists need firstly to understand that music awards are for honoring achievements and supporting the industry growth, not to give cash prize,” he stressed. He further said some artists believe that they are better than other artists and so they demand that the awards contain cash in order to be of value to them. But if they don’t care about awards, let them stop crying for support.He described the LMA as an organization that honors artistic achievement, Disc Jockey (DJ) and general excellence in the industry, without regard to album sales or chart positions. “It saddens me to know that with all the efforts we have made in giving artists publicity and presenting the industry’s image to the world, still some artists remain ungrateful,” Mr. Teah lamented.Meanwhile, he calls on Liberians to support the bigger cause, which is, putting Liberian music on the map. With togetherness, greater success can be attained in the near future. “LMA’s focus right now is to see how best plans can be finalized to have next year’s edition [in Liberia] and this can only be done as soon as artists fully understand the importance of the awards,” he stressed.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgComments This was the Cranes first Build Up game ahead of the CHAN qualifiers. (PHOTOS/FUFA)Build-up GameUganda Cranes 1-0 URA FCStarTimes Stadium, Lugogo Thursday, 18-07-2019LUGOGO – The Uganda Cranes continued their preparations for CHAN 2020 qualifiers with a hard-fought victory over URA FC in a build-up game played at the StarTimes Stadium in Lugogo.Vipers SC’s new forward Allan Kayiwa scored the game’s only goal in a game that was closely contested by the two sides.Unlike a typical build-up or friendly game, the encounter was extremely physical in the opening exchanges.On seven minutes, Yeseri Waybi took out Allan Kayiwa as URA FC ensured they let the Cranes know that they were taking the contest seriously.The Cranes somehow took the lead on 12 minutes with Allan Kayiwa finding the back of the net off a left-footed strike from just inside the area.URA were struggling to create chances with their first coming on 22 minutes after Mustafa Mujuzi’s attempted back pass was lashed onto by Brian Majwega but the former KCCA FC winger could not beat the on-rushing Yasin Mugabi.On 30 minutes, both teams took a water break, much to the amusement of the on-lookers who are not used to the sort of stoppage.With 10 minutes of the first half to play, Allan Kyambadde saw a fierce drive hit the inside of the post after good interplay with Patrick Kaddu and Andrew Kigozi.At the other end, Mugabi denied Cromwel Rwothomio from point-blank after the forward cleanly connected with a Saidi Kyeyune corner.Moments later, the former Paidha Black Angles’ striker headed wide another Kyeyune corner.The Tax Collectors were enjoying their best spell in the first half and on 40 minutes, Kyeyune shot over from a glorious position following brilliant play down the left by Brian Majwega.By the end of the first half, URA looked the better-placed side to score the next goal as the Cranes held on to their slim lead.At the start of the second half, Abdallah Mubiru made 10 changes to his line up with only Disan Ggaliwango retaining his left-back spot.Five minutes after the restart, Bright Anukani registered the first attempt on target in the second period but his curling effort was comfortably saved by Alionzi Naftan.Three minutes after the hour mark, Nelson Ssenkatuka was sent on his way by Anukani but the forward sent his low effort off target and out for a goal kick.Ssenkatuka later got another chance to add onto the Cranes tally but could not make his mind up, between trying to beat the defender and shoot after he was played in by the lively Anukani.URA never looked like scoring in the second half as the Cranes saw out a slim 1-0 victory.This was Abdallah Mubiru’s sides’ first build-up game as they prepare for the CHAN 2020 qualifiers against Somalia next week.The team will now head into residential training before departing for Hoima where they will play a regional tour game against Kitara on Saturday afternoon.The Cranes team that started against URA FC on Thursday.Cranes first half XIYassin Mugabi (GK), Paul Willa, Disan Ggaliwango, John Revita, Mustapha Mujuzi, Tadeo Lwanga, Tom Matsiko, Allan Kyambadde, Allan Kayiwa, Patrick Kaddu, Andrew Kigozi.Cranes second half XIJames Alitho, Ashraf Mandela, Disan Ggaliwango, Timothy Awanyi, Patrick Mbowa, David Aworo, Bright Anukani, Yussuf Ssozi, Dan Sserunkuma, Nelson Ssenkatuka, Johnson Odong. Tags: abdallah mubiruAllan KayiwaCHAN 2020Cromwel RwothomioDisan GgaliwangoMustapha MujuziNelson Ssenkatukasaidi kyeyunetopUganda Cranesvipers scYasin MugabiYeseri Wayibilast_img read more