We are very thankful for the overwhelming support we get for the AirGradient air quality monitors and are especially thankful for people that write about their experiences using the monitors. Below is a wide range of reviews from AirGradient users!
BreatheSafeAir on the AirGradient Open Air
Etahn from BreatheSafeAir wrote a very comprehensive review of the AirGradient Open Air. Read more in: AirGradient Open Air Review – Open-Source Outdoor Air Quality Monitor.
BBC Newsround featured our indoor monitor that is used in the SAMHE project, the largest study on classroom air in the world. A big part of this project is to increase the awareness of healthy air among primary and secondary students.
An article analysing the accuracy of monitors from USD 100 to a few thousand got featured by Hackaday: The Questionable Benefits of Paying More for Air Quality Monitors.
Jeff Geerling on Basic Kit
We are a huge fan of Jeff Geerling YouTube Videos, and he made a fantastic video review when we had only our first air quality kit, the Basic kit. It’s great that he also talks what actually made him want to know more about the air quality in his basement office.
Tyler Cipriani on the Basic Kit
Tyler built the AirGradient to measure smoke from the Canadian Wildfires and also makes has some interesting links in his article, e.g. how air pollution makes chess players make more errors.
Igor Bubelov on DIY Pro and Outdoor Monitor
Igor purchased and reviewed our indoor DIY kit and we liked his unbiased review on our indoor monitor so much that we gave him two outdoor monitors with the hope that he would also write about them. And it actually happened! Read his detailed review on the Open Air.
Nicholas Schmidt on DIY Pro and Outdoor Monitor
Many thanks also to Nicholas who reviewed our indoor and outdoor open hardware kits and wrote about his reasons to know about the air he breathes. By the way, in the meantime we made some changes on the outdoor enclosure and the assembly with the cable management is much easier now.
See The Air Blog on Basic Kit and Display
Sotirios not only wrote about our basic kit but also about our open sourced small information display that is particularly popular with student projects in schools.
Hacker Public Radio
Daniel Persson talks about how he build an AirGradient and could actually now see how fast CO2 increases indoors.
Yosua Ian Sebastian on AirGradient Indoor Kit with Home Assistant via ESPHome
This is a great technical review how Yosua setup our open hardware indoor monitor with his own server based on home assistant.
Thatcher Chamberlin on building the DIY Basic Kit
There are some great programming notes on Thatcher’s blog that covers also his ESPHome installation.
OpenAQ on our Data Sharing Partnership
We are prod being official partner to openAQ and they wrote about our partnership on their blog.
Andrej Friesen on building the Basic Kit
Andrej has a small home office (14 square meters) and build an AirGradient to find out how is the air quality in his home office. Read more on his blog.
Where is Your Review?
If you like our open hardware monitors please spread the news and consider writing a review about them! Since our monitor designs are open and under Creative Common license, and we want honest and unbiased reviews it is against our ethos to pay for reviews. But we would be very happy to support in other ways. Get in touch with us.