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Sunday, April 7, 2013

Lightair IonFlow 50 Air Purifier Giveaway

We've done a couple of giveaways for humidifiers. I thought there might be some interest in one for an air purification system. This actually looks like a piece of table art, but at close to $500, it does quite a bit more. Good luck if you need the system.


Giveaway is hosted by Elitemama. I want to thank each and every blogger and our co-hosts: Java John Z's, Whole Lotta Mama!, The Frugal Ginger, Search With Vonni, Mami's 3 Little Monkeys, Rude Mom and Three Moore Boys for promoting this fabulous giveaway!

Air Purification for Life

LightAir develops products that combine efficiency, functionality, design and ease of use in order to provide you with healthier indoor air quality. The Lightair IonFlow 50 offers an outstanding combination of efficient, silent, filter-free, ozone free, easy to use, energy efficient and economical operation that is at home in any environment. It's a perfect balance between blending in and standing out. The clean lines, slim silhouette and transparency offers you a stylish alternative to the typical industrial looking air purifiers. Lightair IonFlow 50 will nicely be a part of your home, hotel, office, restaurant, shop, school, clinic and more.


Lightair efficiently removes harmful particles from the air

The Lightair helps a growing number of people that are suffering from asthma allergies, COPD and many other health problems such as fatigue, headache and concentration difficulties - which often stem from unhealthy indoor air quality.Small particles, below the size of 2.5 micron (PM2.5) and even below 1 micron, are inhaled deeply into our lungs, entering our blood stream bringing in other substances into our body. About 90% of the particles that are in the air are below 2.5 micron and they can become airborne for a very long time due to their size. These particles today are the causes of heart and vascular disease, different forms of cancer as well as a serious aggravating factor that causes allergy and asthma reactions. Lightair effectively removes these particles that are in the air and is it is efficient in removing the smallest particles that are considered to be the most hazardous to our health.

About the IonFlow 50 Style:
The IonFlow 50 Style delivers with an eye catching beauty cleaner that brings you healthier air. Third part tests shows that it effectively removes the smallest particles that cause the most severe health problems. The Style model offers an unbeatable combination of efficient, silent, ozone free, energy saving and easy to use, economical operation that is at home in any environment independent of life style or interior design. It's a perfect balance between blending in and standing out. You can place it on the floor or on a low side table.

Lightair IonFlow 50
With it's handmade transparent acrylic stand, Style has clear lines and a slim silhouette that offers consumers a stylish alternative to industrial looking air purifiers. It has also been awarded prestigious international design awards such as Elle Decor Rising Start Award, International Design Excellence Award (IDEA) and Design Defined.
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How It Works

You can find Elitemama's past review on the IonFlow 50 Surface Here. Review shows the assembly of the product and how it works. Lightair Surface and Style models are build the same, just different sizes!

GIVEAWAY

One lucky reader will win a Lightair IonFlow 50 Style Model air purifier valued at $495. This giveaway is open World Wide! You must be 18 years or older to enter. Giveaway beings April 7th and ends April 21st. Enter the rafflecopter form below. Good Luck!
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Disclosure: Java John Z's is not responsible for the shipment of this prize. For any questions, comments or concerns, please contact Elitemama

39 comments:

  1. I'd put it in my living room :)

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  2. It would go into my son's room as he suffers bad allergies and has asthma.

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  3. I'd put it in my living room. Thank you :)

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  4. I would put it in random rooms to clean the air in each of them.

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  5. I would put it in my basement. I turned the spot into a play area for the kids, a retreat for ME.. to get away from the infernal sports... and it's still a damp basement at times- I would love this down there.

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  6. OMG...........You know, after resisting facebook for SO SO many years- I finally make a page. Had it for a few months- then they DISABLE it? Telling me- I don't think you are real? And they want a cell phone number? I don't think so, Facebook. I don't even OWN a cell phone. Well, that was a short relationship.. facebook sucks I guess. Anyone else experience this?

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    1. I've heard of people having this problem. You're not the first and certainly won't be the last.

      I think there is a phone #/non-cellular that can be used, too.

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  7. i would put in my bedroom for better breathing

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  8. I would put it in my living room! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  9. This looks like it would help with my mold allergies and whatever allergies my bird has as well.

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  10. This looks like it would help with my mold allergies and whatever allergies my bird has as well.

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  11. I would use it in my bedroom where I and my son sleep.

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  12. living room where dogs hangout

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  13. I would put this in our office at work! Such a tiny space always smells like fast food when I walk in, and not even the good fast food!

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  14. I would put it in my teenage sons stinky bedroom.

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  15. I would put it in my teenage sons stinky bedroom.

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  16. i would put it in my bedroom! for sure! especially since i have a window ac unit that tends to spit out dust sometimes!

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  17. I would keep it in my living room.

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  18. I'd put it in the living room since that's where all of our cats congregate!

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  19. I would put in in my bedroom I have allergies and Live in Florida where if its not the allergies getting me it the stinky air of low tide and people who have fuller septic tanks that make the air all around smell nasty I really really need a product like this for so many reasons thanks for offering the giveaway :)

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  20. I would put it in my son's room, he hates it when he can't breathe well.

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  21. I'd put it in my asthmatic daughter's room.

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  22. i would put it in the living room

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  23. It would definitely go in my son's room - we have a small flat and he plays hockey - need I say more?

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  24. I would keep in the family room it is where we spend the most time

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  25. I would put it at work!!! I always sneeze there!

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