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This incredible device can purify a whole room (and it’s the size of your phone)

Your air quality is something you may not often think about — until you smell foul odors. The reality is, toxins, allergens, and bacteria are floating around in the air whenever you’re indoors. Those impurities can impact not only your comfort but also your health. Particularly during colder months, forced heat and recycled air pose health risks if they’re unfiltered. While standard air purifiers are common in homes nowadays, they generally stay in the house, so they don’t do you any good when you travel. That’s why the Raycono portable air purifier is such a groundbreaking product.

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How are Raycono air purifiers different from other brands?

If you’ve already got an air purifier in your home, you’re probably wondering why you would benefit from this Raycono air purifier. Let’s get into some of the specs of this amazing product.

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Cutting-edge technology

Developed by a team of scientists and then tested and certified by some of the world’s top immunologists, Raycono’s air purifier uses cutting-edge technology to purify indoor air efficiently and quickly. It uses plasma purification and hydroxyl technology to purify the air both inside and outside the device.

  • Plasma purification occurs inside the device and uses plasma to break down microorganisms in the air. It employs a washable sponge to trap particles inside the device, so it has no filter that needs to be replaced.
  • Hydroxyl technology happens outside the device. Oxidizing ions are released into the air, killing bacteria both in the air and on surfaces.

Relatively quiet operation

While the Raycono air purifier packs a lot of punch, that doesn’t mean it will be an annoyance. It has a relatively quiet operation that’s similar to your refrigerator, at 50 decibels or less. It can clear the air of your entire home, but it won’t distract you during your everyday activities.

Less power consumption than other brands

One of the best things about the Raycono air purifier is that it won’t be a financial burden on you. Many air purifiers rack up the cost on your energy bill, particularly if they’re run constantly. Raycono’s air purifier, though, has a power consumption rating of only 3 watts, which is 10 to 20 times less than that of a standard air purifier.

Compact and portable

Arguably the best feature of this air purifier is its incredibly small size. In the world of technology, bigger is almost never better. That’s why Raycono’s air purifier steals the show with its compact size — it’s almost as small as your smartphone. The small size makes it portable, so you can take it with you wherever you go.

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The benefits of portable air purifiers

You may be asking yourself why you would need a portable air purifier. You spend much of your time in your house, so a standard purifier that lives in your home and purifies the air there is sufficient, right? Well, just think of the possibilities with a portable air purifier.

Bring it to the office

Many assume that offices are clean and professional spaces. If you’ve ever worked in one, though, you know just how gross those offices can sometimes be. The foul smells in an office can range from musty air conditioning units to your coworker’s terrible body odor. Not only that, but you’re in close quarters with a lot of people, and the toxins in the air from smokers, microwaved Tupperware, and your cubicle mate’s head cold pose a lot of health risks. The Raycono air purifier can be plugged right into the wall at work to clean up that shared forced air.

Pack it in your suitcase

If you’ve ever stayed in a hotel on vacation, you’ve probably experienced an unpleasant-smelling hotel room. Hotels and motels see a lot of traffic, so many different types of people have stayed in that room before you. The Raycono air purifier can be plugged into a wall outlet with the included international adapters. It will rid your hotel room of not only impurities in the air but also nasty smells such as:

  • Cigarette and cigar smoke
  • Pet odors
  • Body odors
  • Cleaning fumes

Your health is the most important thing you need to maintain. While you try to eat healthy, exercise, and limit the number of toxins in cleaning and beauty products, the air you breathe still contains a lot of harmful toxins and bacteria. With Raycono’s compact and portable air purifier, you can breathe clean, filtered air wherever you go.

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