Medklinn My World

It’s been two years and three rainy seasons for me here in Saigon, time flies regardless of the pandemic still raging and everything else in between.

Saigon had always been nice to me before I moved to this city, it has still been that way as of today and I guess it always will be. Sometimes I do find the city a little bit too busy, a different kind of chaos in the world that we are all living in.

My day view

But you know what, I have always been so lucky, no matter what happens and no matter what and how I do things. I have been so blessed to get to know the people that, perhaps we are all destined to meet. The thing for me is, I will always try to explain things in the most logical and scientific way as I can. Then sometimes when I don’t seem to be able to explain things clearly anymore, I guess I need to start believing in other forms, maybe it has to do with spiritual practices or religious matters. And wherever my God is, thank you, I am so grateful.

Having said that, life is Saigon had not always been easy, it took me a year and 4 moves to find a place that I could finally call it home. And now that I think I have a perfect home, I think I have my right to brag now.

It’s a 38 square meter studio in a boutique serviced apartment called LAM VILLA Riverside, located in Binh An Ward, District 2, at the bank of Saigon river. The location is considered a bit isolated to some, but it is just perfect for the boring me that I am close to the water, nature and a bit far away from the crowd.

𝐖𝐡𝐚𝐭 𝐚𝐫𝐞 𝐬𝐨𝐦𝐞 𝐨𝐟 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐰𝐨𝐫𝐤-𝐟𝐫𝐨𝐦-𝐡𝐨𝐦𝐞 𝐦𝐨𝐭𝐢𝐯𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐬?

Me – a home with natural daylight and peaceful ambience!

Now because of Covid-19, I’ve been living 7 days per week at home and everyday is either Monday or Sunday, I am so grateful to have this work space and becoming even more productive working at home than I would have expected. I must say that all credit goes to my favorite architect Trinh Ha at Nam Ha Architects for designing the best kind of home for me which allows me to enjoy every single stay-at-home moments!

My night view

But the story isn’t over yet, staying at home also means that I am spending too much time indoor and I have started cooking way more often. As I am living in a studio which does not have a separate kitchen and bedroom, I will have to find a way to reduce indoor odors. Given the current situation that we have with Covid-19, air pollution and all in Vietnam, there are numerous options out there for me to choose. Many home devices have been invented with this to keep us our stay-at-home people at ease.

What else can I say? In this chaotic world, I am lucky again to get introduced to this one device called Medklinn and Cerafusion Technology™, which creates Active Oxygen, just as nature does. I thought I need to share this so that more people will get to know a simple device that enhances our quality of life.

Active Oxygen is proven to eliminate 99.9% of all allergens, bad smells, bacteria, viruses, mould, and other toxic substances in the air and on surfaces. But the best part for me in this all-in-one solution is that Medklinn company has come up with many models for you to choose depending on the size of your indoor spaces.

Thank you Versa 25 for keeping my room fresh

I chose Versa 25 for my humble-size space as it works for me just fine. This sterilizer is so small, lightweight and super low maintenance. All I have to do is power it up by plugging in a USB cable or a power bank, and it will sterilize the air and surfaces of whatever room it’s placed in. If you have larger spaces then consider Versa 45 or ask them to consult you on even bigger models.

Find my Medklinn 😊

For me the idea of having a compact device that helps sterilize my iPhone surface while I am sleeping is just amazing. The size of these models are just like to have a Bluetooth speaker in your room and it comes in different colors too so you won’t even notice having an air sterilizer at home.

Although it is recommended that you should keep the device in one permanent spot for its best performance but I guess the idea of having a compact device is for you to travel with it too. Sometimes I move my Versa 25 from my bedroom area to the kitchen or bathroom. I never really traveled with it since I haven’t got lots of opportunities to travel now but I guess it will be useful if you choose a car model to plug in your car or to take it with you when you stay in a hotel room, just to keep your self safe.

Medklinn your bathroom, why not?

Sometimes I give my Versa 25 a little love too by giving it a gentle wipe on its own surface just to keep it new and shiny. I’ve been using it for 6 months now and I am advised that you will need to replace the Cerafusion™ Cartridge so it will continue to function normally. And last but not least, you will need to take some time to be familiar with the ozone smell at first, it’s safe but yeah, everything takes time!

Where to get it? You can easily purchase and order online directly, however, since I live in Vietnam, it might be useful that we purchase direct from its exclusive distributor in Vietnam who also provides warranty service and maintenance for you. The device is super easy to use but you never know what would happen.

For your information, I purchased my Medklinn directly at Q.ulinary Essentials Retail Store at Q Industries Vietnam Building in District 7, Ho Chi Minh City. You might find the products on all those major e-commerce channels like Tiki, Lazada or Shopee too.

Q Industries Vietnam Building – Lot DVTM-9, Road No. 7, Tan Thuan Export Processing Zone, District 7, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.

Sources:

https://www.medklinn.com/my/technology/

Medkilnn

https://qulinaryessentials.vn/brands

https://www.facebook.com/medklinnvietnam/

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