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This article is part of TechRadar’s Smart Home Week 2024, where we’re giving you all the latest news, tips and tricks to help you make the smart home of your dreams. 

Mother Nature may be powerful, but even she’s struggling to tackle the state of our low air quality single-handedly. This is where clever creations such as Vitesy’s Natede Smart plant air purifier can provide a helping hand. Combining the natural powers of household plants with new air-purifying photocatalytic technology, Natede Smart might also be the most sustainable air purifier I’ve ever used.

Since I purchased my first smart air quality monitor, I’ve been paying a lot more attention to the quality of the air in my home – and let me tell you, it’s been a bit dire at times. Granted, I’ve been living in a black mold-ridden flat until recently, but having the ability to see just how badly certain products such as hairspray and cleaning products affect my air quality in my home has had me reaching for my purifier more often.

The issue is, it’s a bit of an eyesore, the filters need replacing regularly, and it uses quite a lot of energy when used regularly. As such, I’ve been on the lookout for a more attractive and sustainable alternative. Enter Natede Smart, the only app-connected plant pot you’ll ever want or need. 

Close-up of Vitesy Natede smart plant purifier

(Image credit: Future)

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