The small and portable ionic air purifer market has been crying out for a product like the recently released IonBox.
It’s small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, yet generates an impressive 20 million negative ions per second, far more than any similar sized ionizer I could find (most of which were primarily ozone generators).
IonPacific, the manufacturers of IonBox, claim it is capable of quickly removing cigarette smoke, airborne viruses and bacteria, pet dander, pollen and other allergens from the air you breathe.
They also say it delivers its air cleaning ions in an area up to 500 sq feet, without producing detectable ozone and has a one year warranty.
There are two other things I particularly like about the IonBox portable room ionizer. The first is that there are no replacement parts ever needed.
And the second is the fact that it can connect not only to a regular power socket but also to a USB port on your laptop, computer, phone charging adapter or even in a dashboard connection in modern cars.
It’s also very energy efficient, using a minimal 1.5 watts of electricity. You could easily keep this on your work desk all day to counteract positive ions from electrical equipment with hardy any power consumption.
Other good positions for it would be in the bedroom, kitchen to eliminate smoke and cooking smells, and in the lounge room, near where you watch TV.
Some customer reviewers recommend getting a few IonBoxs as they are so useful in different environments, like at the workplace as well as in home offices.
The IonBox is also great as a travel ionizer due to its light weight, USB power and small portable design.
If you’re looking for the best small and portable ionizer air purifier with a high negative ion output, it’s hard to go past the IonBox by IonPacific.
See customer ratings, questions answered and home pictures here on Amazon to see if it’s the right one for you.
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