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Smoke Buddy Personal Air Purifier Cleaner Filter Removes Odor - Wood
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- Eliminates any type of odors.
- Uses an advanced air filter.
- Environmentally friendly.
- Designed to be compact and lightweight.
- Sleek wood design
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Looking for a way to hide that smell? Meet the Smoke Buddy! By utilizing an advanced air filter, this portable device is perfect for eliminating any type of unwanted smell or odor. The Smoke Buddy is an environmentally friendly product that keeps second hand smoke away from friends, family, and neighbors. It's compact and lightweight design make it small enough to fit inside your pocket and it's perfect for travel or storing discreetly.
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This wooden looking smoke buddy is my second one. I got my first smoke buddy, which was orange, from a local retail shop for almost 3 times the amount of money I spent on this one. I wanted the wooden one cuz it's a unique color for the things. The wooden color is simply a wrap like what you might find on a BIC cigarette lighter. Mine was black with the wooden wrap around it. I understand why they have to use a wrap, but I'm not a fan those things. They end up peeling off on lighters a lot of the time and I expect that will happen at some point on this wooden smoke buddy. So right there alone, I'm not sure if this wooden smoke buddy is worth the extra couple bucks over the solid colored smoke buddys.
My first smoke buddy, originally, was hard to blow through. But it did a great job of absorbing almost all the smoke I was exhaling. Then after a couple of months, something happened (leaving it outside on my porch during a freezing night maybe?, reached my 3000 exhales through it?), and it suddenly became really easy to blow through it and it didn't seem to absorb the same amount of smoke as it was when it was harder to blow through. I thought it was because maybe the glue (if there is any) used to keep the filter in place inside its' plastic housing maybe froze and broke its bonding free and was suddenly a gap that allowed my smoke to go thought it, therefore, not allowing the filter to be the main exit pathway for the smoke being forced through it anymore. But then my friend and brother ordered a few+1 of these after trying mine out, and they got mixed results out of the gate on how hard it was to blow through. 1 out of the 4 total they ordered between the 2 of them was hard to blow to begin with (3 were the standard size like the one I got here and 1 was the key chain filter). My wooden looking one I just got is already easy to blow through and it doesnt absorb any more smoke than my now probably 9 month old orange smoke buddy. So I don't know if they are easy to blow through, does that mean they aren't going to absorb as much smoke? When can we tell when it's time to get a new one? Should they be hard to blow through or not hard to blow through when they are new?
Nonetheless, this is a good idea and I'm happy someone out there came out with these things. Maybe if they included a guide or directions on what to expect when the filter is all used up or expired or something, then we can know more of what to expect when it's time to replace it. Would be 5 out of 5 if the filter was replaceable and if there was consistency on how hard they are to blow through when they are new.
all smokers should really have this cheap and effective device.