Alpine Living Air Classic

I feel compelled to write a review about my experience with the Alpine Living Air Classic air purifier machine. There is a lot of information, both positive and negative, floating around the Internet with claims of Ozone poisoning all the way to “it cured my cancer” type posts. While I don’t claim to be an expert on anything, and I’m certainly not a professional, I can give my honest review of this air purifier.

Alpine Living Air ClassicI’ve had this purifier for years, I’m not sure exactly how long but for a while. Within a day I noticed it was easier to breathe inside the house, and at night I didn’t have the stuffy nose syndrome that has been plaguing me for so long. Despite having a 2,600 square foot home, I only used one and it was downstairs (I sleep upstairs). The dark wooden cabinet it comes in blends well with the decor in my living room, and it’s relatively quite considering the amount of air it moves.

While the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) claims “Available scientific evidence shows that, at concentrations that do not exceed public health standards, ozone is generally ineffective in controlling indoor air pollution.” I can say that regardless of the claimed effectiveness of both this government agency and the American Lung Association in regards to air purifiers in general – I can confidentially say that I sleep better at night and breathe better during the day inside my home.

ButĀ don’t take my word for it, talk with other people who have had experiences using the Alpine Classic Air Purifier and see what they say. I don’t really know what else to say other than I am pleased with my purchase and it was well worth the $547 dollarsĀ I paid for it all those years ago. It’s help up over the years, it works great and it’s not so loud that it’s annoying (my saltwater fish aquarium is much louder). So, here’s to hoping you breathe better, with or without one of these nifty ozone boxes!