Monday, June 2, 2014

Pocket Purifier Review + Giveaway**Closed**

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I have another great product from Purely Products called Pocket Purifier that you will really be interested in. This is your very own portable little germ killer that you can take with you wherever you go! Or keep it handy in your kitchen or bathroom to make sure you are getting the really nasty germs in your house.

Main Features:
  • Uses ultraviolet light and nanotechnology to eliminate 99.9% of germs that cause colds and flu, e-coli, salmonella, mold, fungus, MRSA (staph infections)  & other superbugs
  • Built in 4-watt germicidal ultraviolet light deactivates the DNA of bacteria, viruses and other pathogens destroying their ability to multiply
  • Perfect for purifying kitchen counters, sinks and utensils, bathroom surfaces, computer keyboards, remote controls, cell phones, nail clippers, baby toys, pacifiers, diaper pails, shopping carts and most everyday items where germs conjugate.
  • UV-C light is used in hospital settings and safe and effective and will not harm any surfaces being disinfected.
  • Must-have for mom’s to include in a diaper bag and to have on hand to sanitize public changing stations, fallen pacifiers & toys that often end up in a baby or child’s mouth
  • Simply scan the object for 30 seconds by waving device over surface or object
  • Built in flash light for emergencies; convenient, lightweight, and easy to use
  • UV-C bulb effective for 9,000 hours (click here to order replacement bulb)
  • Powered by 4 (AA) batteries for easy carrying and safe usage (batteries)

  • I used this all over the place when I first got it. I scanned my kitchen counters, bathroom counters and the phones in the house. I bet this would make a great product to take with you in your purse to use in bathrooms, offices, restaurants or any other public area that you might want to make sure that germs are gone where you eat or sit. Very handy and does fit inside my small handbag so if you carry a small, medium or large bag, it should fit nicely.

    Did you know this? 
    Desktops have almost 21,000 germs per square inch and cell phones have more than 25,000 per square inch (compared to only 49 per square inch on toilet seats). Pocket Purifier™ has a built-in germicidal UV-C light bulb that deactivates the DNA of bacteria, viruses and other pathogens, destroying their ability to multiply.

    UV-C light can be used to eliminate any biological contaminant. Different organisms require varying intensities of UV-C light to sterilize, but any biological microorganism can be eliminated with UV-C, including SARs and MRSA (staph). UV-C light is particularly effective on medicinally resistant microorganisms, because mutations that increase drug resistance do not make the microorganism more resistant to UV-C sterilization.

    Directions for using: 
    Simply hold the Pocket Purifier face down so the UV-C light is about one inch away from the desired surface, counter top, or computer keyboard.  Slowly scan the desired surface for approximately 15 to 30 seconds, and it will instantly sanitize and eliminate any germs or super bugs.
    Because this is so technical and you can't see it with your own eyes, you won't be able to literally see it kill germs, like for instance a bug dropping over, but they are saying it really does work. But, it will not work on hands or clothes. It's only intended to work on hard surfaces. I guess that is what we have those hand sanitizers for and washing machines to wash our clothes. Just wanted you to be aware of that so you don't think you can wave it over your children's hands and they are instantly germ free.
    Oh, another thing you might need to know is about the bulb and how long it lasts. They are saying it lasts 9,000 hours and because the UV-C light only needs to scan a hard surface or object for 15-30 seconds, you can expect this unit to have a very long shelf life. They do have the 4 Watt Germicidal Ultraviolet bulb on their website if you do ever need to replace one.
    About Purely Products:
    Purely Products offers products that contribute to healthier lives and the reduction of every consumers carbon footprint. Our obsession is to deliver products and services that delight our customers. Our passion is to philanthropic efforts providing hope, health and happiness to children everywhere.
    They have quite a lot of other products that you really should be looking at for your home or even your workplace. You find these products on their website, Purely Products or at your local Lowe's or even on Amazon. They even carry products for pets, too! 
    Connect with Purely Products:

    Mailing Address:
    10301 Cogdill Road
    Suite 310
    Knoxville, TN 37932
    Main Phone: (865) 934-1425
    Fax:   (865) 934-1428

    The awesome folks at Purely Products would love to give one winner the same Pocket Purifier that I just reviewed. You will be so glad to have one of these to help make your world more germ free! Open in the U.S. only. Good Luck Everyone!
    I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


    Gala said...

    SunMAte indicator which measure your exposure to sun's
    rays would be very helpful here

    Marti Tabora said...

    I would love to try the Healthy CFL, if that works it would be really nice to have. I love things that serve more than one purpose. Thank you
    Marti Tabora

    Marti Tabora said...

    I commented on the Emile Noel Artisan Sweet Almond Oil Review.
    Marti Tabora

    June Lisle said...

    I like the healthy night lights. I am June Lisle on the form. junerlisle at gmail dot com

    Heidi Embrey said...

    Any of the UV-C Lights for killing germs! Thanks :)

    Jennifer Hiles said...

    To be honest, this product is my very favorite but I would also love to get the Ionic Purifier - Auto

    Veronica Valdez said...

    I like the purifier plug in.

    Heidi Embrey said...

    Heidi Embrey posted on
    Thanks :)