Remember the SCENT of fresh air?

Introducing Wonder W1000

 The clean and unpolluted air... is back... 


ONELIVINGS Wonder Personal Air Purifier W1000 is a very able personal air purifier. It is thoroughly tested by Intertek to assure quality and performance. W1000 produces over 36 million - 44 million units of negatively charged ions*. This performance of a high concentration of ions effectively cleanses the air in your surroundings by coupling with different pollutants like viruses, pollen, smoke, dusty particles, and molds. W1000 is highly effective when using in confined space like office workspace, meeting room, cafe area, and crowded transport space where air circulation is substandard.

Why W1000?


The air we breathe in, in most cases, is very polluted. Pollutants like carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, ozone, bacterial aerosolspollens, and dusty particles suspended in the air and float miles away from places you haven't visited. 

With much of the indoor places are now installed with the central ventilation system. The air it cycles is the same air as anyone sick person will breathe. Thus germs or viral aerosols easily spreads out through the ventilation system if there presents a source of airborne virus or bacterias.


W1000 will improve the air in your personal area, minimizing the risk of infection or being caught up in the chain of transmission. The high concentration of negatively charged ions it produces quickly coupled with these harmful air particles in mass number and make it heavy enough to fall to the ground.

36M-44M Ions


Wonder W1000 is a must-have personal air purifier. At 34 grams, Wonder W1000 is of the most capable ionizer you can find in the market. Tested within a confined space, W1000 produces a whopping 36M-44M million ions per cubic centimeter concentrations* at 5 cm from the outlet, Wonder W1000 will bring down any harmful particles in the air with a high concentration of anions, or commonly known as negatively charged ions.

* Tests carried out at Intertek, China and Guangdong Institute of Microbiology. Results obtained on 9 Apr, 2020 and 31 Mar, 2020 respectively.