What's The Difference In The Ionic Breeze Quadra?

by Kerry Rodden - Date: 2007-01-18 - Word Count: 308 Share This!

The Ionic Breeze Quadra is the newer line of ionic breeze units offered by The Sharper Image. These units are some of the most widely advertised products and they often get an either "Love it" or a "Hate it" reaction. There is no doubt that the technology used in these units which produces a unique type of ozone that interacts with the pollutants in the air, neutralizing them, works. For many individuals, they are quite effective tools to have in the home.

What is the difference between the Ionic Breeze Quadra and the models that have gone before it? There are actually several things that make it more unique. For starters, the units are much quieter to run. You can turn them on and forget about them while they do the work for you. You may not even realize they are running. In addition, they use a very low wattage of power to do the work. That means that unlike older models, you won't notice a huge jump in your electric bill. The units are also quite compact and small, providing more coverage to you, but without taking up as much space.

Probably the most important benefit of the new Ionic Breeze Quadra is the fact that these units are more effective at removing pollutants, including those that cause allergies and illness from the air around you. By working better for you, you may have to wipe them down a bit more. But, it does provide for cleaner air in your home or the space that you use them over other models and brands on the market.

Consider the Ionic Breeze Quadra for its quality, its lower noise levels and for all that it can provide you otherwise. With so many benefits available in these units, you should consider spending a bit more to get the quality that these units offer.

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