Airthings Kicks Off CES 2024 with Launch of Two New Products, Including Renew, Airthings’ First-Ever Smart Air Purifier



January 9, 2024

The World’s Leading Air Quality Tech Company Introduces Two Products Designed to Improve Air, Comfort, Sleep Quality and Productivity in the Home

OSLO, NORWAY & LAS VEGAS, NV - (January 9, 2024) - Airthings, creators of the best-selling indoor air quality and radon monitors for homeowners, businesses and professionals, today launched two new additions to its industry-leading consumer product portfolio: Airthings Renew, the company’s first smart air purifier designed in Scandinavia by experts in indoor air quality, and Wave Enhance, a compact and battery-operated indoor air quality monitor specifically built for the bedroom, providing unique sleep conditions insights while also helping to optimize overall health. These two new products reinforce Airthings’ mission to provide innovative solutions to measure and help improve air quality in the home. Both are scheduled to begin shipping to customers in the coming months with Renew already available for pre-order at CES attendees can experience both Renew and Wave Enhance in person at Airthings Booth #8247 in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center from January 9-12.

Airthings Renew actively helps people breathe easier and sleep better. Designed in Norway and inspired by the belief that fresh, rejuvenating air belongs in your home, Renew is the latest addition to Airthings’ range of intelligent air quality solutions and an exciting, long-awaited moment for customers everywhere who have desired a purifier to work alongside their Airthings monitors. Airthings Renew stands out thanks to its ability to blend in. With an attractive matte gray appearance, a durable, audio-grade woven textile front cover, and a unique, versatile design that allows it to stand upright, lay flat or mount to a wall, Airthings Renew will fit naturally in any environment. And because it’s library-quiet, it’s the ideal fit for bedrooms.

Beyond visual design, Renew’s functionality incorporates a 4-stage HEPA-13 filter that removes 99.97% of particulates, and a high-performance carbon filter that further removes gasses and odors from your air. Renew can fully cleanse the air in the typical bedroom within 10 minutes but is effective in any room up to 525 sq ft. It features three running modes: Silent mode, reducing noise output to just 23 decibels (about the same volume as a whisper) and dimming control panel lights; Auto mode, which uses the high-precision, laser-based particulate matter (PM) sensor to detect changes in air quality and adjust the fan speed accordingly, saving energy in the process; and Boost mode, which runs the fan at its highest setting for 60 minutes - perfect for when you need a little extra help to clear the air in your space. Most importantly, Renew doesn’t just cleanse the air, but helps you understand what you’re breathing in your home. By syncing with the Airthings app, users can view air quality trends, reorder filters, and operate the purifier from anywhere, giving them greater control over the air they breathe.

Also launching at CES 2024 is Wave Enhance, a compact and battery-operated indoor air quality monitor ideal for bedrooms and home offices, where restful sleep and the ability to focus are essential. Wave Enhance features five indoor air quality sensors, including a high-precision NDIR sensor to measure carbon dioxide (CO2). Research has demonstrated that elevated levels of CO2 can harm sleep quality and cognitive function. Wave Enhance also includes sensors for airborne chemicals (VOCs), temperature, humidity, and air pressure, as well as ambient noise and light. Compact, silent and battery-operated, Wave Enhance can easily be mounted on a wall, laid flat, or sit upright on a surface using the incorporated flip-out stand. Through integration with the Airthings app, Wave Enhance even provides users with a “Sleep Disruptors” report, which tracks several air quality components during sleep hours to help determine if air quality was the reason you were tossing and turning all night, or losing out on quality sleep.

“As experts in air quality and by monitoring the air around the world, we’ve seen particulate matter levels rise globally in recent years. Simultaneously, we’ve heard our customers’ feedback regarding their desire to have an Airthings product that helps them take immediate, effective action,” said Oyvind Birkenes, CEO of Airthings. “Airthings Renew is a high-performance, silent, and smart air purifier, and we’re delighted to make it available to our existing and new customers. Wave Enhance enables the Airthings App to become an ‘air coach’ helping customers better understand their air quality, how to sleep better and how to improve productivity. Indoor environments play a pivotal role in our ability to fully recharge, stay focused, stay healthy, and feel our best. These two products will make that ideal state easier than ever to achieve.”

Airthings Renew and Wave Enhance are part of Airthings’ larger, green mission to reduce new-use plastics. Renew utilizes 50 percent recycled plastic, as well as packaging that is almost entirely recyclable paper or compostable PLA plastic, Wave Enhance uses 70 percent less plastic than previous models and cuts the manufacturing carbon footprint by 87.5 percent. Airthings Renew will be available for pre-order on for $399.99 USD from today. Wave Enhance will retail for $149.99 USD and become available to purchase on in mid-2024. To learn more about Renew, Wave Enhance and the rest of Airthings’ product line, visit the website.



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About Airthings

Airthings is the global leader in indoor air quality and energy-efficiency solutions for homeowners, businesses, and professionals. Founded in 2008, Airthings is on a mission to ensure that people around the world recognize the impact of indoor air quality and take control of their health through simple, affordable, and accurate technology solutions while optimizing energy consumption in buildings. Airthings has sold more than 1 million monitors, making radon detection and indoor air quality monitoring easy to deploy, accurate, and user friendly for over half a million people. The company has received several accolades including the TIME Best Inventions Award and CES Innovation Award Honors. Headquartered in the heart of Oslo, Norway, and with offices in the US and Sweden the company has over 130 employees from more than 35 nationalities—and counting. To see the full range of Airthings indoor air quality products, or to learn more about the importance of continuous air quality monitoring, please visit