Indoor air can be five times more polluted than outdoors. But with Eve Room – the award-winning, Apple HomeKit-enabled air quality monitor – you and your loved ones can breathe clean, feel safe, and live healthy. Every day.
High temperatures drain your energy and make it tough to focus and sleep. Low temperatures raise blood pressure and heart rate, plus boost vulnerability to illness. Whether you're heating or cooling, Eve Room will help you keep the perfect balance.
Low humidity triggers throat, eye, and skin conditions, while high humidity increases the risk of allergies and asthma. Both extremes damage electronics and furnishings. With Eve Room, you'll know whether to activate your humidifier, dehumidifer, or extractor fan.
Open a window.
A few minutes of ventilation is all it takes to clear the air of VOCs, and put your mind at ease.
An unexpected drop in air quality is often linked to a new product. Store it responsibly, or discard it quickly.
Sometimes an air purifier is the best solution. Eve Room lets you know when to turn it on.
Identify. Solve. Thrive.
The Eve app distills all measurements into detailed graphs by hours, days, weeks, months, and years. So you can easily learn how everyday activities impact air quality. See how simple solutions make all the difference. And become a master at maintaining a healthy indoor environment.
Frequent exposure causes numerous health conditions.
Impacts mood, energy levels, and quality of sleep.
Unsuitable levels put people and property at risk.
Furniture, appliances, toys. Cooking, grooming, cleaning. Almost everything produces VOCs – volatile organic compounds – even humans. When contained indoors, VOC emissions quickly rise to harmful levels. With Eve Room, you’re always conscious of VOC accumulation, and inspired to keep your air fresh.
Toys and gadgets are notorious for off-gassing VOCs.
Thousands of cleaning products contain harmful chemicals.
Oils and fats release noxious vapor that lingers.
Fireplaces and candles emit a plethora of pollutants.
Essential oils and even organic fragrances produce a bouquet of VOCs.