“ Goodsphere's unique air cleaning process harnesses the inherent purification properties of water and the natural anti-bacterial qualities of essential oils, to literally wash the air clean. „
We paid quite a lot of money for this GoodSphere Air Purifier about eighteen months ago - about £40 if i remember rightly. Our little lad suffers from asthma and we wanted to get him something which would help to both prurify and ionize the air and make it cleaner and fresher for him, especially as we also have animals (dog and cat) and the smells that accompany them from time to time.
We bought it from Ebay and it came with full instructions for setting up and usage. It is plugged into the mains via a long cord and the dimensions are approximatley 18cm wide and 22cm high and it looks attractive and quite ornamental.
It broke down very quickly and we contacted the seller and were immediately given a replacement - this one lasted a little bit longer but again it did not work for long. It is designed to rid the air of smells and allergens, inlcuding cookign smells, pets, smoke etc., and we had it on for twenty four hours a day (you can do this if you want) and the instructions said it washes the air clean.
I cannot say if we actually noticed any difference - we used some oil (spice) and this did permeate the air and we could smell it but to be honest it was no better than a cheap air freshener (but a hell of a lot more expensive).
It was a real let down and we cannot possibly recommend this to anyone as both of ours were short lived and the time we did have it working we did not notice any difference to the improvement in the air. Also, it makes a noise when in operation which we did not like.
I cannot recommend it, I'm sorry ..
Bought Goodsphere Bubble 2 months ago, started to make loud running noise, stopped working after 10 days. New motor took 8 days to arrive and did not even work when it got here. I have since given up on Goodsphere and have bought one of the new Breathe Air Revitalizers. Which is absolutely superb and so QUIET!!!!!
bought goodsphere after reading review, but really disappointed. It is very noisy , and the essence last only 20-30 minutes. Instead of cleaning air , it only does very loud noise. Just waist of money
I have just received a Goodsphere Ioniser for Christmas and have to say it is one of the best presents I have ever received.
My Goodsphere came with the Blue LED plate which at night gives out a very relaxing glow and a pack of 5 sample fragrances - Tioman, Apple, Sandalwood, Lavender & Tea Tree and Lemon & Bergmont. All fragrances are anti-fungal and antibacterial and the all smell wonderful.
As well as making your rooms smell fresh the Goodsphere also acts as an Ioniser and improves the quality of the air in your rooms by drawing toxins, dustmites and pollution out of the air and in to the"bubble"of water ready to be tipped away.
The Goodsphere uses minimal electricity and is safe enough to be kept on all day without too much supervision. It is easy to look after and the water only needs changing every couple of days.
It is worth noting there are a lot of oils avaliable for the sphere and as well as the Blue LED plate there is a red LED plate and a new multi-coloured plate.
Bottles of fragrance oil start at £9.99 and the system starts at £39.99.
Does exactly what it says on the box, cuts down on dust, stops smells and even helps my partners snoring.Excellent A++++
Wow this really does work. I've had trouble sleeping but with the goodsphere tioman essence I've been getting regular hours. Helps dispell smells and dry air fantastic. Use all over the home, but especially beneficial in bedroom, as an asthmatic I have nothing but praise for this item
Yes, indeed ! my dad has just bought one of these Goodsphere thingies.
Basically, it's an air purifier/cleanser and ioniser.
Comes with a glass (not plastic,like some others) main bowl and an optional coloured base.
the idea is that you fill the bowl with tap water, add some of the supplied fragrances, which you can also buy seperately.
Turn on the Goodsphere and it more or less draws impurities from the air and pulls them into the water - you can actualy see the formaerly clear water turn very murky as time goes by !
You can add any fragrance you like - those available include sandalwood, lavendar and vanilla.
Approximate retail price for the basic Goodsphere is £28.00, but you can also purchase a coloured light-up base for it to stand on (blue or red, I believe) - which almost creates the illusion of a lamp - nice and relaxing as the water swishes round.
The unit itself uses little energy - about the same as a 10 watt light bulb - so is cheap to run continuously.