Today I would like to offer a detailed review of the Rabbit Air Minus A2, air filtration system. I received this about a month ago from my latest sponsor, Rabbit Air. It has been used continuously (24/7) in the Stogie press lounge. The lounge is about 330 square feet in area and is subject to plenty of cigar smoking every day. According to the specification, the Rabbit Air Minus A2 will circulate the air in a 815 square foot room twice an hour. With the size of the lounge it circulates the air about 2.5 time an hour.
The device is well-engineered and performs as advertised, keeping the lounge clean of smoke even in the harsh cigar smoking herfs I have held with friends. It is easily installed and can both hang on a wall, as I have done, with the included wall mount bracket. It also has a foot stand that allows it to be positioned easily in a room or office space if you choose not to wall mount it.
The Rabbit Air Minus A2 has a 6 stage filtration system that includes a pre-filter, medium filter, hepa filter, odor filter, and activated charcoal filter. It also has a negative ion generator that fortifies the air and freshens the indoor environment. All together, it does a fine job of eating the smoke in the lounge, As far as odor control, it does remove the odor over time when not filling the room with smoke. After my last cigar of the day, which is around 10PM, the next morning at 7:30AM the lounge has a fairly fresh scent.
Follow the detailed review in the video below to see how it works and how easy it is to mount it and maintain and replace the filters. I will also show how it eats the smoke as a I puff away at my desk.
The Rabbit Air Minus A2 is priced at $549.95 and the cost of the yearly filter package is $85 based on a 24/7 usage.
We give this two thumbs up an A+ on Engineering, A on Smoke Eating and B on Odor Elimination. It really does not get much better than this.
You can see more of the details of the Rabbit Air Minus A2, here on their website.
You can check out this and other offerings from Rabbit Air at this years IPCPR – booth 1747.