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Should Quilo Add an Ionizer to the Quilo 3in1?

The long-term vision at Quilo is to create a host of climate-control products that combine aesthetics and energy-efficiency for complete home comfort. We humans are always surrounded by air and are completely dependent on it. Here at Quilo, we want to make it just right. With this motivation in mind, we are steadily looking to improve our products and design them with a range of capabilities for elemental comfort.

One of the ideas we’ve been toying with is adding an ionizer to the Quilo 3in1 evaporative air cooler. Ionizers work by emitting negatively-charged ions into the air, which displaces the floating dust and pollutants, leaving the remaining air less dusty to breathe, less polluted and considerably less odorous. In most of our market research, odor was a primary reason for people choosing ionizers, whether it was cooking smells or smoke or city pollution. For those wanting to read some more, here’s a lengthier explanation about ionizers.

Our question to you is: Should we add an ionizer to the Quilo 3in1? We want the Quilo to have air purifying capabilities in addition to cooling and humidifying–and an ionizer is relatively inexpensive and energy efficient. Do you own an ionizer? Do you like or dislike it and why? Please share your opinions in the comments below – we’d love to hear from you.

Quilo 3in1 Tower Fan with Evaporative Air Cooler and Humidifier

Perfect for cooling hot, dry air. Also functions as a humidifier.
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With a Master degree in Communication, Dena believes that communication can cure society of all its ills. Based in Pittsburgh, she oversees all these written words, digital content and consumer engagement–and when not ensuring world peace through her work for Quilo, can be found out-and-about with her four daughters.

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