Why I’m loving ion flow technology…
Before I begin, you should know that I am NOT in any way “tech savvy.” Complicated instructions bore me and my self-diagnosed ADD kicks in before I finish reading them. Needless to say, I’m all about those “quick start” directions that come with certain products. Bonus points if they are image-based.
The latest gadget I received for review is the Evolution model air purifier from LightAir. This thing looks so sleek and modern and reminds me of a lava lamp, only much safer and beneficial. I admit that I gave up on the instructions and ended up just following the picture on the front of the box. The instructions come in every language known to man so I was flipping through them for what seemed like forever. Once I finally found the English instructions, they weren’t too bad to follow but set-up was pretty easy without them. I did reference them after the fact to make sure I did it all correctly, though (in case you’re wondering).
In a nutshell, the ion flow air purifiers work by negatively charging the particles floating around in the air so that they attract to the positively charged device. Essentially, it creates a magnet that allows dust, dirt, pollen, dander, etc. to stick to the air purifier; but this air purifier isn’t like any others I’ve used before. To clean it, you simply remove the cylindrical metal piece in the middle and rinse it with water. I love that!
The LightAir air purifier comes with a plastic cage-style guard to prevent accidental shocks when touched. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve touched the purifier and gotten a little jolt, just like when you slide down a slide at the park and get shocked when you touch something. You have the option to keep the guard off or leave it on.
For those of you that are image-based learners (like me), check out the pictures below to see how this purifier works:
…and for those of you that need the details:
Now let’s check it out in action:
Aside from the hefty price tag that comes with the LightAir Evolution, I love everything about it. This might be a good product for your holiday wish list this year!
Visit www.lightair.com to learn more about their entire line of air filters and how they work.