Grey - Air & Water Filters
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Tue Sep 06 00:00:00 MDT 2011starion007 Rating:5.0
From the moment I turned it on it started collecting water out of the air. After an hour I could see an oz of water. By the next day I had to empty the container. Not only that, but the mildew started to recede and began to die almost immediately. after a few days the mildew was dead. It had turned from powder green to dusty gray. This little machine will amaze you....
Sun Jun 23 00:00:00 MDT 2013ilovepugs04 Rating:4.0
When I owned a house, I made the mistake of using cheap air purifiers that required replacing the $40 filters whenever they turned gray/black (averaged about once a month since we were doing construction). When I moved, those went to the Goodwill because it was too expensive to keep replacing filters. I still needed an air filter because I am very sensitive to allergens---so I bought this thing and I am happy with it. I like that I do not have to replace the filter and it is totally silent. At first I was not sure if it was working correctly because you can barely feel it moving air. But within a week the red light came on indicating the collection plates needed to be cleaned. When I opened it up, there was a whole mess of gunk stuck to the plates! While not around construction anymore it has to be cleaned weekly and am surprised each time of how much crap is in the air! Now the bad news---cleaning is kind of a hassle. You clean the collection plates with just a wet paper towel and you have to wait about 10-24 hours for them to totally dry or you risk ruining the unit. There are times when particles get stuck to the wire behind the plates and it makes a zapping noise until you clean it. There is a tab to pull on top which cleans the wire, but I found it is not very effective. When the unit starts making the zapping noise, I unplug the unit, take a damp cotton ball and wipe down the wire. People with big hands probably will have a hard time doing this. Then I wait about 12 hours for it to totally dry then reinsert the plates and I'm good to go. Sometimes dust collects on the grate surrounding the unit so I keep a bottle of compressed air and a q-tip handy to clean the extra dust. Overall pretty happy and I can see it is cleaning the air.
Tue Feb 02 00:00:00 MST 2010kailer Rating:5.0
This item is exactly as pictured except the color is not light beige as pictured. It is more of a faded gray/off-white type hue, which worked perfectly for my needs. I needed this for a 12ft X 14ft office area. The unit clears the air quickly and silently, and the color matches my wood trimmings perfectly. I am also pleased that it operates from the floor. Pleased with this purchase. Thanks OS.
Sat Dec 07 00:00:00 MST 2013ricksam12 Rating:5.0
I was very hesitant about purchasing this product. I couldn't find any reviews online or here at Overstock.com. Needless to say I took the plunge. I bought a different unit from another company earlier this year... it had a ton of good reviews but my unit wouldn't work after only 3 months of use. I like how this unit is much smaller than the other one I purchased. Surprisingly I also like the white glossy finish with the black key pad on top. My other unit was light gray and this one looks much more high tech. The main reason I bought this one was because the ENTIRE unit shuts down once the desired humidity is reached. Every other dehumidifier kept the fan running 24x7. The only negative is the fan is on the right side of the unit instead of the top. So your limited on where you can put it. It's winter so I have unplugged this unit until spring. I won't really know how good it will perform until I can have it running for a few months. But's made a great first impression!
Tue Feb 19 00:00:00 MST 2013dtarking Rating:4.0
I recently purchased the A2 after having owned the GS for two years. The GS model that I have, that is no longer available, was highly sensitive when set on automatic. If my cat walked by it, the speed would change. If I made my bed from 8 feet away from the purifier it would sense it and change the speed. I was very impressed by this. The remote on the GS was wonderful as it had all the icon settings on the remote so that I could operate the purifier from my bed if I wanted to. I mention these things about the GS because the A2 is lacking these two features I loved best about the GS. The remote on the A2 has the buttons for Speed and Mode but in order to see what settings I want to set it on I have to walk up to the purifier, bend over, put my face within 2 feet of the face of the purifier so that I can read the settings by tiny LED lights. Why bother with the remote? The purifier had no sensitivity. I shook a blanket next to it and no speed change. I called Customer Service and they instructed me on how to set the sensitivity levels which involved a process. I have it set on the most sensitive setting and it still isn't as sensitive as the GS. I prefer the styling to be as inconspicuous as possible. I don't want the purifier to be a focal point of the room.The white A2 is too bright white and has the silly light bar thing across the front. I'd be happier if all the settings were on the remote and not on the front panel and if it were a more neutral, less extreme, color to blend with all color schemes. (Such as the gray GS). I believe the A2 is doing the job and it is very quiet but I don't see how it is an improvement over the GS. Perhaps there are features of this purifier that I don't understand and I'm open to correction. I would still recommend a RabbitAir for the quality and Customer Service was excellent. But I truly hope they get rid of the useless "remote" and keep the old design of the GS remote.
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