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Car Air Purifier, Car Air Cleaner Oxygen Bar, Powerful Ionizer-releases on

US $16.99

深圳, 广东省, China

深圳, 广东省, China
Condition:New Brand:JOYOUS Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:J-KQJHQ Country/Region of Manufacture:China UPC:Does not apply

NEW!! 2016 Mini Auto Car Fresh Air Ionic Purifier
Oxygen Bar Ozone Ionizer Cleaner


Color: Silver
Re Air Silver Main
Also comes "GOLD" color, please check my other listing for the gold color version

Product Description:

  • Most Advanced Car Purifier Ionizer, It Releases 4.8 million negative ions per cm³ in your car
  • Negative Ions Remove and Eliminates Cigarettes Smoke, Pollen, Dust, Odor, Food, Bad Smell, Formaldehyde, Benzene, Virus, Bacteria, Other Pollutants and Potential Allergens Inside The Car
  • It Works By Producing Huge amount of negative ions. Negative Ions are statically attracted to airborne particles like dust, smokes, pollens, mold, other pollutants, potential allergens, bacteria and even virus. Once they are bonded together, they become too heavy to float, and no longer affect the air quality surrounding the area. It Works perfect in small cars, SUV, and RVs.
  • Easy to use. Simply Plug into the Cigarette Car Socket or 12V Car Socket. The Blue Led Light Indicate The Unit Is Working.
  • Start Enjoy Fresh and Healthy Air Around You Now.
  • ReAir Air Purifier is approved and certificated with CE, FCC & RoHS.

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What Are Negative Ions? 

Negative ions are created in nature by the effects of water, air, sunlight and the Earth's inherent radiation. They are most prevalent in natural places and particularly around moving water, that's why it makes people feel comfortable when they are in natural setting such as forest, river, waterfall, beach, and mountain.

    How Does Negative Ions Make Air Refresher? 

The Dust, Smoke, Odor, Pollen, other Pollutants are all particles that are floating in the air, Negative Ions works by attaching Itself to those particles and bonded it together to remove those harmful particles off the air.

Dispell Smoke
    How to Get Exposure to Negative Ions? 

The Best way to get Negative Ions is to be around natural setting all the time; however, with busy working hours and schedules that is impossible for most people to do that. This is where Renewal Air Car Ionizer Air Purifier come into play. It Releases 4.8 million negative ions per cm³ in your car to effectively eliminate dust, smoke, odor, pollen, harmful bacteria, virus, and potential allergens to keep you healthy and refresh.

    How To Use The Product? 

Just Simply Plug into Your Car Cigarette Socket or 12V Car Socket. Cool Led Light Is On Means the Unit is Working

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