Product review: Kent Magic Car Air Purifier

Kent’s car air purifier is expensive but effective

Overdrive October 30, 2016 08:30:06 IST
Product review: Kent Magic Car Air Purifier

This lightweight (0.45kg) device plugs into the 12V car socket and purifies the air in the cabin. The device uses a 3-stage filtration process with easily removable carbon filters which have to be cleaned only once a year. The funky looking device has two modes. The first is apt for subtle smells or for dealing with situations like when polluted air enters as you crack open the window at the toll booth. The second setting is the higher powered one which quickly dispels cigarette smoke. We tried it in a friend’s car that is regularly smoked...

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