Sunday, June 04, 2006


The EcoQuest Breeze AT Air Purifier

I haven't talked much about the Breeze AT air purifiers by EcoQuest here on this blog but it is certainly a great air purifier that will take care of your clean air needs.

The BreezeAT is a mid priced air purifier that will clean the air in your home, or anywhere else for that matter, up to 2,500 square feet.

Unlike the Living Air Classic I talked about in my last post, the BreezeAT has a remote control and a sanitize mode that you can use to run the unit on high for 2 hours. You can set it and forget it and leave your home to come back to a clean fresh smell.

While the Fresh Air a nice top of the line air purifier, it also has a nice top of the line price. The manufacturers suggested retail price of the Fresh Air is $749 while the price for the Breeze AT's price is only $549.

The Breeze doesn't have the fancy read out on the front like the Fresh Air does and it also has only a 2 hour sanitize mode compared to the Fresh Air having a 2, 4, 6 or 8 hour sanitize mode. The Fresh Air also has what is known as Radiant Catalytic Ionization (RCI) which is a $5 word for really advanced ionization.

What ionization will do is to clean your air of particle matter by causing dust to clump together and fall out of your breathing space.

The Breeze does have a form of ionization, actually 2 forms of ionization. One is an ionization that works in the room you have the air purifier in and one is a form of ionization that is called radio wave ionization and actually goes through the walls in your home to remove particles and dust.

So if you are looking to get you air clean and don't have $749 but can scrape up $549 then the Breeze AT is the air purifier for you.

Get in touch with a dealer near you and ask them to let you try out the Breeze for 3 to 5 days.

Many type of air purifiers fill market place, and operate in different ways & target different pollutants. Finding one that fits your needs requires you have clear understanding of what those needs are. A person suffering from mild allergies has very different set of needs from someone with severe asthma or autoimmune deficiencies.

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