26 January 2016

The Importance Of Knowing What You Breathe (Plus WIN a uHoo Indoor Air Quality Sensor!)

Considering how much time you and your family spend at home, it's important to ensure the air around you is the best possible quality to inhale, especially if you suffer with allergies! 

The uHoo Indoor Air Sensor has been created to monitor temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide, volatile organic compounds (VOC), air pressure, carbon monoxide, ethanol and particulate matter (PM2.5) to keep the kids safe and provide peace of mind. You may think it's the summer months and the pollen outdoors that affects you most, but there are lots of common allergy causes during every season like this graphic below shows:





There are several things you can do to reduce the chances of suffering with allergies but a uHoo may really help in the long run!








For your chance to WIN a uHoo worth $299/£200 you can enter via the entry form below. There is also a chance to win a $50 Amazon voucher weekly.

The giveaway is open worldwide and ends February. 

The giveaway is ran by uHoo but hosted in several locations.

Good luck!

17 comments :

  1. It is something I have never put much tought into until now!

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  2. I've always been fairly aware about air quality because my partner is asthmatic, we've got a dehumidifier that gets used a lot in the winter which generally keeps the home damp-free reducing mold

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  3. Margaret Clarkson
    Interesting article, thank you.

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  4. Claire Elizabeth Noke2 February 2016 at 12:34

    My son has breathing problems, especially in winter when he gets a snotty nose/cough/cold... This looks realy good x

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  5. Great post very informative! I enjoyed reading this x

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  6. This is really useful thanks x

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  7. Very interesting gave me food for thought regarding my husband who always seems to have chest/breathing problems

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  8. Thanks for the informative blog and the chance to win this great product x

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  9. This subject has been receiving a lot of coverage in the press recently. Very interesting and good to know.

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  10. Susan B commented on Meal Planning Monday.

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  11. Great product would be great to try.. Thinking of buying one now I have seen this post.

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  12. As someone who suffers with severe allergic reactions to random things this sounds great -really informative post

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  13. I always have a runny nose in the winter I thought it was because it's so cold

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  14. Learned a few things from the article :)

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