Al Lewis of Dow Jones Newswire- “The O2 Hurricane is a Blast.”
Scottsdale AZ (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
A new and revolutionary product on the market offers a blast of fresh air for cleaning electronics and anywhere dust collects in the office or home. It’s called the O2 Hurricane, a cordless, rechargeable device safe for both the workplace and the environment.
“It just uses the air we breathe,” said company CEO John Scherer. “The O2 Hurricane compresses the air and blasts it at 200 mph onto the surface or object being dusted. Unlike so-called canned ‘air,’ no harmful chemicals are used. They need warning labels,” says Scherer. “The 02 Hurricane doesn’t and that’s the true difference.”
Scherer says canned ‘air’ is really a dangerous and potentially explosive mix of various gases. The Environmental Protection Agency classifies the empty cans as hazardous waste. Other dangers exist from inhaling fumes from the gasses inside.
The O2 Hurricane is almost 8 inches tall and weighs just 14 ounces. It’s portable and rechargeable.
It can be used to dust computer equipment, other electronics, cameras, blinds, collectables, and anything else that gathers dust in the workplace or home.
Receiving Rave Reviews!
Here’s what’s being said about the 02 Hurricane:
- Al Lewis of Dow Jones Newswire- “The O2 Hurricane is a Blast.”
- Good Morning Arizona-“The O2 Hurricane is a safe, eco-friendly alternative to canned air.”
- Earth911-“Air Duster Ditches Cans, Chemicals”
- Gizmodo-“Canless Cleaner Blasts Away Crap at 200 Miles Per Hour”
“It’s being received with open arms,” Scherer says. “People want a replacement for canned ‘air’ because the 02 Hurricane cleans green and saves you green. A win-win.”
The O2 Hurricane is assembled in the United States at a plant in Tucson, Arizona.
Each system comes with a 110-volt wall charger. It can reach the tightest and smallest of corners to safely clean dust away.
Because it’s rechargeable for use over and over again, it eliminates the danger and cost connected to hazardous waste disposal.
As Al Lewis concludes in his review, “In any case, the O2 Hurricane seems like an easy sell. It’s green, it cuts costs and it’s made in America.”
To learn more, visit http://www.canlessair.com
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