The anti-pollution mask with technologies perfectly suited to the journey of a motorized two-wheel user.
One size mask delivered with an integrated filter for instant use.
Designed and Made in France.
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Our patented technology is the first to filter nanoparticles called "very fine particles" PM0.05
Track the wear of your filter thanks to the R-PUR mobile app :
the filter needs to be replace after 5 to 15 weeks of daily use
In average, 99.98% of the air will be filtered thanks to the technical-shaped memory foam on our filters.
The anti-perspirant Thermo-Control Technology® allows you to stay cool in summer and protect from cold air in winter
In July 2018, the ANSES wrote a negative report on the effectiveness of pollution masks.
This report was based on mask tests carried out in previous years, which is the reason why we created our mask at the time: no anti-pollution mask was effective.
We hope that our mask can be included in the next ANSES report with the associated tests.
Our Zephyr algorithm aggregates the average number of kilometres travelled with air pollution data on their route. It calculates a precise date for the filter change, in order to guarantee optimal protection.
On average, the filter is replaced after 5 to 15 weeks of daily use, depending on your exposure to air pollution and your usage.
The Nano Light® mask has the same filtration technology as the Nano One®.
We have come to modify the outside part of the mask in order to adapt it to the safety constraints of a cyclist, i.e. to be more visible on the road: this is why it will be notably reflective.
It is also more breathable when cycling or running.
The R-PUR Nano One® mask, for example, is much more resistant to the cold: this is a specific constraint for motorcyclists when they ride at high speeds in winter.
In the end, the two models are the same in terms of technology and filtration. We have chosen to open up the range to enable us to meet the specific needs of each use.
We try to put a limit for the benefice of everyone