The future of home fragrance is here?

I listened to a webinar from Scentys today and got very excited! πŸ˜€ New technologies generally have that effect on me.

Before today I wasn’t aware of the brand (Scentys) and what they offer. While listening to the webinar I browsed their offer and got hooked up on the home fragrance products they offer.

I will wait for a few days to see if I’m really that captivated with the diffuser and if yes, proceed with procuring it. πŸ˜€ I do believe I will eventually give in. I already found the scents I want to try.

Scentys diffuser

But I got sidetracked from the topic.

What caught my attention is the fact that they have developed a new technology that uses IoT and makes diffusers controllable by either a virtual assistant (Alexa), or over a phone app. You can turn it on and off by giving Alexa a command or using your phone. You can also check whether the amount of fragrance in the air is too much and decrease it in that case.

The whole project is still in development stage but I do hope it evolves soon and becomes widely available. Keeping my fingers crossed!

Maybe by the time it becomes widely available, they add spaces for 3 different scents in the diffuser to choose from (without removing one and adding another).

In the meantime, I’ll ruminate some more on the benefits of having a Scentys diffuser (the non-AI, as it is at the moment).

And I already know what I’ll be buying my driving friends for their birthdays. πŸ˜‰ Luckily, none of them read my blog. πŸ˜€

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6 thoughts on “The future of home fragrance is here?

  1. Tara March 25, 2021 at 21:18 Reply

    Sounds exciting and I love the packaging.

    At the moment I just have a Neom reed diffuser in the hallway.

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    • Ines April 1, 2021 at 09:21 Reply

      Yes, the packaging looks great! I also have reed diffusers at home and as I’m trying to decrease the number of things I own, I will first use all that up and then think about this one. Although it calls to me. πŸ™‚

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  2. bonkersvanessa March 27, 2021 at 18:51 Reply

    I love the receptacle too – am a sucker for anything copper filigree-y! I am not so bothered about the IoT, mind you, indeed although I own an Alexa (thanks to Tara), I don’t want her getting much more involved in my life than turning the radio on and off, hehe.

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    • Ines April 1, 2021 at 09:29 Reply

      Yeah, I don’t think there is much (any) point in trying to avoid new technologies, eventually they will be part of all our lives. I’ll skip Alexa though, and go for a diffuser. πŸ˜€

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  3. Undina April 1, 2021 at 09:12 Reply

    Theoretically, I like the idea, but do I really want to commit to a device with the same scent?.. Not sure. I’ll wait for your report πŸ˜‰ (But no, no listening/talking devices in my house, as long as I can fight it)

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    • Ines April 1, 2021 at 09:31 Reply

      No, actually, you can easily remove the scent and exchange with sth else, without even waiting for the capsule (or however it is called) to run out. It’s some kind of dry diffusing so it can be removed at any point and replaced with whatever suits your needs. But, for the amount of money it costs, getting someone’s report first makes total sense. πŸ˜€

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