Dyson announces air-purifying headphones that filter pollution

Dyson air-purifying headphone
Dyson air-purifying headphone

Dyson has created a world first with its latest launch, Dyson Zone – a pair of noise cancelling, high fidelity over-ear headphones which deliver immersive sound to the ears, plus purified airflow to the nose and mouth.

The headphones have sensors that detect how fast the wearer is moving, automatically adjusting the airflow between three intensity levels to ensure they deliver up to 5 liters of clean air a second, the equivalent breathing rate of a jog. An air quality sensor in the left ear cup monitors real-time pollution levels sending the data to an app on your phone and telling you when to replace the filters, which should last for about 12 months of use in Europe or less in more polluted environments.


Previous True Cost of Filters Changes with Russian Invasion
Next Eaton optimizes and expands filter media with activated carbon