Seiwa Launched In-Car Water Based Airwasher
The Airwasher fits in any standard cup holder and uses power from the cigarette lighter socket to suck in the air in the car and remove the dust and pollen. Water plays the role of a filter, so soiled water can be just changed and used. Filter cleaning is unnecessary. A new water supply is good for 24 hours of operation.
This gadget costs 2,980 yen ($33) and is available only in Japan. If you really want one there is no need to worry, as Seiwa does offer to handle international orders by email, although we have no idea of the price for that yet.
Even though this solution might sound cheap, the Japanese producer is into car aftermarket products for a long time. It’s line up of products has been making Japanese drivers happier for some time, and it will probably hit Europe pretty soon.
We can’t tell you whether this gadget works or not, but it does look pretty weird, so it might just get the job done. As far as Seiwa goes, the Japanese company looks quite trustworthy. So the next time it’s too cold or to dusty to open a window, this might be the solution to your problem.