CrispAir Air Cleaning Light Bulb, 23 Watt, 6400K, Compact Flourescent

 
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Product Description

The CrispAirTM Air Cleaning Light Bulb purifies the air by generating negative ions. These negative ions collide with airborne particles, which are large rafts for hundreds of toxic chemical and disease organisms. This process removes viruses, bacteria, odors, cigarette smoke, pet dander and other pollutants from the air we breathe. The negative ion functions as a remover of dust, bacteria, cigarette smoke, offensive odors and the positive ions generated from TVs, computers, and other electrical devices. The CrispAirTM Air Cleaning Light Bulb helps to balance the ionization in your home and office to help combat the positive ions that make us feel tired and irritable. This restored balance increases oxygen intake so we feel more alert and helps to relieve asthma symptoms, fatigue, headaches. The CrispAirTM light bulb is a compact fluorescent bulb and as such, uses about a quarter of the wattage to produce the same amount of light as an incandescent light bulb. In addition, since it lasts up to 10 times as long, it saves multi-bulb replacement costs.

Features:
  • Cleans air by removing cigarette smoke, odors, dust, pollen, pet dander, mold and mildew.
  • Removes harmful germs that aggravate allergies, asthma and bronchitis. Relieves headaches caused by computer use.
  • 23 Watt, 90 Watt equivalent. 110V, 1300 Lm
  • Color: Daylight/6400K
  • Life: 10,000 hours. Save up to 75% in energy costs.
Customer Reviews:
  • Great idea, poor quality
    Sorry to say I did buy this bulb about 8 months ago, and it died within 7 months.

    Expensive bulb with ions that I really could not tell if it was actually working.

    Again, great idea but quality is poor and is overpriced....more info
  • Wanna buy, seeking validation
    It's an interesting concept but I failed to find any review on it and I really looked.

    There's a one article talking about a patent filed for it, on the manufacturer's website. Another article mentioned it as a "green" idea to combine producing light and negatively ionized air at the same time--more on the concept than the effectiveness.

    Just curious whether there's any third party validation, lab reports, etc. at all?...more info