BlueAir Designs Special Pink Airpod for Breast Cancer Research Foundation
Jul 18, 2007
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Blueair, Inc., the manufacturer of high-end, Swedish designed air purifiers, has taken its popular AirPod personal air purifier a step further with the design of a special pink filter with a percentage of all sales going to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation."There are a few members of the Blueair team who have had breast cancer touch their lives in a personal way and we are honored to be part of a program so dedicated to finding a cure," said Chan Tinkle, Executive Vice President of Blueair. Five percent from the sale of the Blueair AirPod™ PINK personal air purifier will be donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, which is dedicated to preventing breast cancer and finding a cure in our lifetime by funding clinical and genetic research worldwide. The Blueair AirPod personal air purifier is a new portable air purifier for people on the go. With the new AirPod, people can create their own look with four different filter designs, including the new pink filter, and three different docking stations. The AirPod strips away the hard casing from the filter to fully expose it to the surrounding air and is cradled in a docking station that contains the patented HEPASilent filter technology only used in Blueair air purifiers.The AirPod cleans the air in an approximate five by six foot space five timers per hour and is ideal for use next to a nightstand, in a dorm room, on a desk at the office or a your hotel room while traveling. It stands 13’’ tall and weighs less than 2 lbs.                                              

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