Rabbit Air Unveils Dynamic Air Purifier Design by Artist Nanami Cowdroy

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The Fifth Addition to Their Artists Series of Ultra Slim Air Purifiers by RabbitAir.com

Rabbit Air MinusA2 Artists Series (Tsuru)

Rabbit Air MinusA2 Artists Series (Tsuru)

Rabbit Air, a California manufacturer of ultra quiet HEPA air purifiers, announces the latest addition to their Artists Series of air purifiers – "Tsuru” by Nanami Cowdroy. The Artists Series is featured on Rabbit Air's MinusA2 air purifiers and includes five creative designs featuring images such as Gustav Klimt's "The Tree of Life" and Katsushika Hokusai’s "Great Wave".

“Tsuru” is a bold, monochromatic work by Nanami Cowdroy featuring origami cranes drawn in an inked style. In Japanese culture, cranes symbolize peace and longevity and paper cranes are given as gifts to loved ones. The faceplate of the MinusA2 air cleaner incorporates the design in a perpendicular layout that mirrors the controls on the right side of the unit. The MinusA2 is also available in two Paul Frank designs as well as black and white versions of the air cleaner.

Equipped with a six-stage air purification system, the MinusA2 air purifier features five fan speeds and three sensors for intelligent purification. To see the MinusA2 in action, visit Rabbit Air's videos page: http://www.rabbitair.com/rabbit-air-video.aspx

The MinusA2 air cleaner comes in two models for different room coverage; the SPA-700A which covers 700-square feet of space and the SPA-780A which covers 815-square feet. Customers can select from four custom filters to address specific needs: Pet Allergy, Germ Defense, Toxin Absorber and Odor Remover. Unlike other purifiers, the MinusA2 has an ultra-slim design so it can be used in many areas of a home or office without taking up valuable floor space. The MinusA2 can also be wall mounted to further save space and to showcase the artistic design on the faceplate.

The energy efficient MinusA2 is Energy Star Certified so it consumes lower amounts of power. When run continuously, standard room air purifiers may use up to 1,500 kWh per year. Rabbit Air SPA-700A consumes only 47 watts, even at turbo speed. This energy efficiency means reduced energy consumption and costs which are good for customer's budgets and the environment.

About Rabbit Air
Founded in 2004, Rabbit Air's mission is to improve their customers' quality of life by manufacturing advanced air purification systems that offer reduced noise levels and consume less power. Their commitment to energy efficiency and air purity has led them to produce air filters that trap airborne allergens and pollutants without producing more harmful byproducts in the process. Their high quality HEPA air purifiers are space saving, powerful and stylish.

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