February 7, 2007

RabbitAir BioGP Air Purifier - Part 2

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Thanks to folks who've written in to vouch for the RabbitAir BioGP Air Purifier (responding to last month's Breathe Easier post).

Mark has this to say about it in his review on Mindful Musings:

After plugging the unit in, I turned it on with the thin remote and set it on full auto. It has a “pollen sensor” and a “smell sensor” and they work in tandem to determine how fast the unit runs. It was interesting to know how polluted the unit thought our house was when we turned it on.

* The unit is very close to silent. Only when it senses something nasty does it get a tad bit louder but the brushless fan is perfect.

* It cleans quickly and automatically. Cooking smells and odors are gone in a few minutes, never longer than a few hours (yet)

* The pollen and smell sensors work, which is quite amazing. Cooking makes it automatically run faster and so does Jennifer’ nail polish smell. When the dogs wag their tails near the pollen/dander sensor, the unit wakes up and starts sending more air through.

Read more about the RabbitAir BioGP Air Purifier.
Buy it for 37% off retail at Amazon.

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Posted by Jess Brooks at February 7, 2007 8:36 AM

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