When you know what’s in the air you breathe, small changes make a big difference! The Airthings Wave App connects to your Wave, Wave Plus, Wave Mini and Hub devices bringing your air quality data straight to your smartphone. Color coding makes it easy to see how healthy your air is and simple graphs and tips help you spot issues and find solutions to create a healthier environment.
Connect multiple devices to see the air in every room of your home. Or add a Hub to bring your devices online, providing on-demand access to your indoor air quality data at any time, from anywhere!
Breathe better with peace of mind from Airthings.
- New Airthings instrument status screen
- Crash fixes for some users when using Bluetooth connection.
- Fix issue in updating dashboard sensor values with realtime instrument values.
- Minor quality improvements.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Not sure I can trust this device
Recently bought an old home and wanted an accurate and active radon sensor in the basement to make sure the family is safe. Setting up and syncing the wave to the app was simple enough (minus the annoying required account setup which does nothing to save collected data). Initial results started displaying in about an hour which is great compared to charcoal tests. Levels then fluctuated rather drastically from 2 pCi/L to almost 8 pCi/L and back over the course of about a week. While in the process of getting a professional over to discuss possible radon mitigation needs, the device stopped syncing data with the app. After following Airthings’ trouble shooting guide the device crashed and rebooted while knocking on it to begin Bluetooth pairing. All collected data is now lost. At least I took some screenshots of what I had but there is nothing in the app for an expert to review tomorrow. When trying to identify if an invisible and initially symptomless gas is posing a threat to me, my wife, and the babies I want a bit more confidence in the measurement tool in use. Very possible this was just a glitch, or maybe a defective unit but so far it has not made a great impression and there are other options on the market.
Worth every penny and then some!!!
A neighbor in my condo association notified me that he discovered extremely high radon levels while in the process of selling his condo. Concerned, I purchased the Airthings Wave Plus and installed it in the center of my lowest level. The radon level read 0.4 at first but then climbed to nearly 9 within a day. After monitoring for about a month, I noticed that the radon would fluctuate anywhere from about 4 to 8+ with a monthly average of 5.9. I had an active mitigation system installed and later that day, my level had dropped to 0.8 and it has remained there ever since. I’m extremely happy with this product and I’m urging my family, friends and clients to purchase one. It was very simple to set up and I love the different readouts that it gives me. The build quality of the device and app are perfect. It was even a fun unboxing experience similar to opening an Apple or Nest product. I also have a Nest thermostat as well which only tells me the temperature and humidity levels however, both devices read the exact same which leads me to believe that they are extremely accurate. The TVOC and CO2 readouts are helpful as well. Whenever those levels are high, simply opening a few windows to let in fresh air allows them to drop and keeps the air in my home healthy for my family. The color ring indicators on both the device and app are really helpful as well. This device is worth every penny and then some!!!
More Important Than You Think.
Great device that has given me peace of mind! I’ve used this for a year and half now and it’s been a fantastic way to monitor the radon, humidity and temperature in our basement. I would highly recommend this to everyone!
- It’s more important than you think. Radon is a silent killer and undetectable without proper sensors.
How I learned about radon:
One day my dad was talking to me about radon and the low levels they have at their house. At the time I never heard of radon and after a little research I’ve realized how dangerous it can be. It’s worse then being a smoker depending on the levels. Quickly I asked to borrow his tester. Within 24-48 hours the little white box I plugged into our basement was reading 4.7 pCi/L. Various online sources say anything over 4 pCi/L you should take action and that 2 pCi/L or less is ideal. I don’t believe you can completely eliminate the radioactive gas, but lowering the level as much as possible is key. After more research we ended up replacing the old French drain system and sealing up the walls with vapor barriers in our basement. We also invested in this modern sensor “Wave” to easily be able to monitor and track our levels. When all is said and done, our levels have dramatically decreased down to 1.8 at the highest to .5 at the lowest depending on time of year. I could not be happier with the device and the app. Thank you for creating this wonderful sensor and putting our worries behind us.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.