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Infiniti Specifications

Dimensions
6" x 6" x 6"
the infiniti weighs 11 pounds

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Editorial Review

At 16 hours worth of aroma on its intermittent setting, the Green Air Infiniti may set some kind of record for essential oil diffusing. On the downside, at least one user complains that they don't get a lot of aroma for those 16 hours, so you may be better off setting it to full-time diffusing, which will still get you an impressive eight hours of aromatherapy. Like most oil diffusers, the Infiniti has an attractive decorator design, sort of like a large bowl with a relatively small top, which is the point from which the aroma is released. Just fill the bowl with water, add five to ten drops from one of those bottles of essential oils that are available at specialty stores or on the Internet, and your room will smell like eucalyptus or lavender or one of those aromatherapy odors with clever names like Stay Alert, Uplift and Pest Defy. What do those smell like? The only way to find out would be to use one in a device like the Infiniti. (For the record, those particular aromas come from a company called Edens Garden, a name that seems like it should have an apostrophe in it.)

If you don't want to blow all your aroma in a single eight or sixteen hour session, the Infiniti has a timer you can set for one, two or three hours of diffusing. It fractionates oils into mist using ultrasound, which as its name implies operates out of the range of human hearing, making your aromatic experience noise-free. The Infiniti also humidifies, so it has health benefits beyond any provided by the aromatherapy itself, helping to scour allergens out of the air and moisten your skin when the humidity is low enough to make it look flaky and ugly. What else can you ask from a surprisingly inexpensive bowl-shaped device than that it not only make the room smell better but that it make you feel better and look better too?

While shopping around for aromatherapy devices, also see the Miro CleanPot, which is so simply constructed that it can be taken apart and hand washed in the sink with just a few minutes work. And look at the Serene House Scentilizer Donut if only because it has such an intriguing name.

Green Air Infiniti | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 4.5

Infiniti Reviews From Around The Web


Inclination

This is an amazing difusser. My father has emphysema and I wanted something that would run near constantly. It says 16 hours on intermittent.

Tom's Guide
amazon.com
Inclination

Not impressed! It last a really long time but I barely smell my oils while it is diffusing. Not worth the money!

Tom's Guide
amazon.com
Inclination

This is a cute little diffuser with a modern shape and appeal. I find the diffuser almost silent - which I really like. I would definitely recommend this diffuser!

Tom's Guide
bulkapothecary.com
Inclination

I's very hard to work the 3 buttons properly. The vapor isn't any stronger than my lower priced diffusers. Its easy to fill and clean. It's average.

Tom's Guide
myoilgear.com
Inclination

I have a couple different diffusers but so far this is my favorite. It works great and covers a larger area than my other diffusers. Love it!

Tom's Guide
thrivemarket.com