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Avoid Group Therapy – Switch to Cortana Smartphone

 

 

 

Have you seen the Cortana commercial where the people are sitting around in group therapy? Just in case you haven’t I have posted it (above).

The commercial makes me laugh every time I watch it. They are so serious about things. LOL!

It’s just a spoof of course. Your phone’s assistant shouldn’t put you in group therapy. Although I do think it’s funny how disappointed the people are with Siri. I have an iPhone and I have used Siri from time to time. Thankfully she hasn’t made me require therapy… yet. (ha ha).

Siri does have it’s good points such as providing directions, helping you find nearby stores (Siri has helped me find some Dunkin Donuts and gas stations I didn’t know existed locally). She helps me to text or call people. And Siri can help me check the weather. Mostly the only thing I use her for is to find places or text someone.

Yesterday (October 19th) as my sister’s birthday. Sadly the only way I can remember it’s her birthday is because it falls on the day after my wedding anniversary (18 years and counting!).

When it comes to remembering things I’m really bad about it. I can remember something that happened when I was 8 years old but I can’t remember what I had for dinner last night. What is that? Is that old age or just the fact you tend to remember important things more so then trivial things.

My husband is better at remembering things then I am. I often tell HIM when my appointments are so he can remind me. He’s my personal assistant.

My iPhone has a calendar that I use often. Unfortunately I sometimes forgot to check it.

I recently received to review a Nokia Lumia 635 smartphone. The phone comes with a Windows 8.1 operating system. I’m an iPhone girl so getting used to the Microsoft platform is still foreign to me. I have Windows on both of my laptops and desktop too but I’m still not used to it entirely.

The Nokia Lumia 635 comes with Cortana. Cortana is Siri’s rival. She also rival’s Google Now, which I have no experience with.

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Sorry about the finger smudges

Cortana does a lot of the same things that Siri does. She can tell you where nearby stores are. She can give you directions and she can help you text or call someone on your contact list. The same things I use Siri for. However Cortana goes further then that.

Cortana actually gets to know your likes. She even asks you a few questions when you first use her about the types of things you like. She uses this information to supply you with things she thinks you’d like. For example, I follow entertainment news. When I open Cortana she’ll display current entertainment news for me. That saves me from having to check out the various entertainment sites I normally read. Cortana will give me all the current headlines and latest news as soon as I open her app. Siri doesn’t do that.

When you speak to Cortana she displays the words she hears, even making corrections, right there on the display. Plenty of times Siri has no idea what I am saying to her – even if I am pronouncing the words loudly and clearly. So far Cortana has not had any issues understanding me. I even asked her to help me say something in Punjabi – which is a language (a little boy in our care didn’t speak any English – he only spoke Punjabi). Although Cortana couldn’t retrieve the pronunciation for me, she was able to understand the word “Punjabi”. I was impressed by that.

Cortana has a really cool feature where she can alert you to traffic on your commute so you know if you need to leave a bit earlier. So far she hasn’t alerted me to anything, and I doubt she will. I work 10 minutes from home and take back roads mostly. I think Cortana can only pick up traffic alerts on major roadways. None the less it’s a great feature to have, especially if you are a commuter.

I asked Cortana how to make a tablescape and she pulled up this information for me.

I asked Cortana how to make a tablescape and she pulled up this information for me.

Cortana also knows where you are. It’s kind of creepy in a way. LOL! If you need to purchase something, such as cat food, you can tell Cortana to remind you to pick up cat food when you are at your selected store. Sure enough, when she senses you are at the store you listed a message will pop up to remind you to buy cat food.

I use Cortana to remind me to do things when I get home. When I am at work I often remember things I need to do but forget by the time I get home. If I tell Cortana what I need to do (call the doctor, turn on the oven, return library books…) she sends me messages alerting me to the things I need to do when I get home. I even had her alert me when my favorite show came on TV so I didn’t miss it.

Cortana recognizes things like your home and your job. She knows when you arrive at these places. It’s pretty cool.

You can even have Cortana remind you to do things like wish someone a Happy Birthday when you call them (which I should have done for my sister’s birthday). I haven’t tried that feature yet, only because I don’t use the phone much.

Unlike Siri, Cortana actually gets to know the phone owner and offers suggestions on their favorite things and gets to know the users patterns. “She” is very smart.

I am a long time iPhone user and as I mentioned earlier I rarely use Siri because she doesn’t provide much value to me. If my iPhone had Cortana I would the service all the time. I find the service very useful and helpful. It’s literally like having your own personal assistant in your phone.

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I have Cortana on my Nokia Lumia 635 phone. I really like this phone. I know it sounds weird but I like the way it feels. It’s a nice size and weight.

It has the Microsoft 8.1 operating system, which is how I am able to use Cortana.

It has a 5 mega pixel camera, so it takes decent pictures and video. The image quality of the photos and videos on the phone is really good. I’ve used the phone to watch Netflix at work during “down time”. I find the colors to be bright and the image quality crisp and sharp.

The sound quality for videos and music is good too.

So far we have not had any problems with this phone. My daughter is currently using this phone because she dropped her iPhone and cracked the screen AGAIN (twice in a matter of 3 months). We can’t afford to fix her phone right now. I also think my daughter is liking the Nokia Lumia 635 a bit too much because not once has she nagged us to get her other phone fixed. She seems content with this phone and coming from a teenager I take it as a compliment that she really likes the phone.

Have you had a chance to experience Cortana yet? What do you think about Cortana vs. Siri? Which system would you rather have? Feel free to share your thoughts.

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Colorful tiles and display

Kimberly

*I received a free sample phone in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Charge your devices no matter where you go with BirkSun

 

Technology

Every where you go these days people are glued to their smartphones or tablets. Even little children have their own devices! Just the other day I had a four year old come into our classroom who owned her own Kindle. Her grandmother told me she loves to read books on it and play games. I’m all for kids reading whenever possible, but I personally prefer a tangible book to an electronic one.

My kids are typical teenagers. They are always on their smartphones. They are even allowed to use them at school to look things up and to help with math and language translation.

One of the biggest complaints I get from my kids is that their phones run out of their charge during school. They know to charge their devices, and they do have small portable chargers, but some how their phones still run out of power. Maybe if they actually charged their chargers this wouldn’t be a problem. How can you expect to charge your phone when your portable charger is out of “juice” too?

There is a rising trend in solar chargers now. I think that is a fabulous idea. Not only does it save on electricity, but the sun is almost always available to us. With solar chargers you can charge your devices just about anywhere, providing that the charger can get some sunlight.

A company called BirkSun has created a solar charger that is sure to be popular among college students, high schoolers, commuters and people who love to hike and be outdoors.

BirkSun Backpack

BirkSun makes solar charging backpacks. They look and feel like regular backpacks but with one small difference – they have a small solar panel that captures the sun’s rays and charges up the built in charging mechanism. When your phone or other device needs to be recharged and another charging source is unavailable, simply plug your phone into the charging mechanism in your BirkSun backpack and you’re phone will be functional again in now time.

The backpack doesn’t “store” the energy (for that you should have an external – which could also be charged by the BirkSun backpack). However it does charge as you are going about your day.

The backpack and charge in minimal sun which means my kids can simply make sure their BirkSun’s solar panel is close to a window with sunshine coming in so they can charge their phone during class.

If you are out and about, such as hiking or spending the day at the beach, the BirkSun will charge your device as you are doing your thing and having fun. You are not tied down to waiting around by an outlet or sitting in your car with the engine running just to get some time on your phone. Simply plug your device into the BirkSun’s charging unit and go on your merry way. In no time you’ll have plenty of “juice” to update your Facebook status, share images of Instagram and check your email.

BirkSun backpacks look and feel like regular backpacks. Even if you don’t need the charging aspect of it they are still quality made backpacks. They have plenty of pockets and can hold a lot of books, gear or anything else you need to tote around.

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This would be great to have when you are traveling. I see a lot of people who take backpacks to the airports with them. They are great “carry-ons”. If you are going to carry luggage why not carry something that can also help you charge our phone or devices. As someone who was stuck at an airport with a “dead” phone I can testify that having a back up charging device is a MUST.

BirkSun backpacks are available in different styles and colors so you are sure to find one that suits your needs and fashion style. The backpacks are available individually or you can get one of BirkSun’s charging kits which come with a cable and an external battery. The external battery the company sends you can be charged with the backpack and provide you with hours of portable energy for your phone and other devices.

Charging Kits with an external battery  run from $135 – $200. Backpacks alone go for between $100 – $175. BirkSun also carries other accessories. Shipping is FREE.

We have the Boost Air kit backpack. The Boost gives you a 20% charge on an hour of sunlight. The other styles – Connect Solar Messenger and Elevate backpack – provide you with a 30% charge for an hour of sunlight.

The Boost Air backpack is ideal for my son’ s needs. There are plenty of pockets – even ones for his phone. The interior is fleece and solar panel is waterproof. There is even a pocket for an iPad or tablet (not that he brings one to school with him).

Check out this great video that shows you a little more about this specific backpack. More product videos are available on the BirkSun website.

 

With the holiday season coming up the BirkSun backpacks would make a great gift.

Why be tied down to wall outlets when you can charge on the run with the BirkSun.

For more information visit BirkSun.com. You can also find them on the various social media sites.

What do you think about BirkSun? Feel free to share your thoughts.

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BirkSun Air – This is the exact same backpack my son takes to school with him every day.

Kimberly

*I received a free product sample in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

 

 

 

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KABOO – Where fashion meets technology

 

Technology

Technology – it’s everywhere! We can’t step outside our home without packing our smartphones and tablets. I see little kids with their own tablets or Kindles. Just today at work a 4 year old girl came in with her own Kindle in a cute little pink case. A four year old! I know some adults who don’t even own a Kindle or tablet.

With all this technology you need to make sure to protect them. It’s important to have protective cases on all your devices to keep them from being broken or destroyed in the event they are dropped.

We have several devices, most of which I keep at home. I do take two tablets to work with me every day. One tablet is for me so I can watch Netflix or surf the web on slow days. I also have a “kiddie” tablet which does not connect to the internet but it does have dozens of educational games on it. I keep this one handy in case we have a child at work who simply doesn’t want to play with any of our toys.

Toting both tablets back and forth to work, along with my smartphone, can be cumbersome. Often I have to carry my purse, water, snack/lunch and toys and books I am donating to our classroom. Sometimes my hands are full that it’s difficult to carry both tablets too. What I needed was a nice way to tote everything around.

I received to review a bag from a company called KABOO. It’s a beautiful and fashionable handbag. It has plenty of pockets for all my “stuff”. My KABOO bag also has a little secret – it’s also a protective tote for my tablets and other tech devices.

KABOO bags look like regular fashion forward handbags but inside they have a special pocket that fits your tablet/Kindle/iPad that protects it from drops as well as scratches and dents from the other items you keep in your bag (such as car keys).

Here is a brief video that tells you more about these great bags.

 

I’m not about to drop my KABOO bag off the roof to see how well it protects my tablets. I’ll take the company’s word for it. LOL!

KABOO is currently available in different colors and styles. They are a new company so they only have a small section at this moment in time. I am sure after they have been around for a few months they will introduce more bags.

Here are a few of the available bags.

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They are beautiful.

I have the Jenna Bag in Watermelon (color). It’s more of a salmon color.

There are plenty of pockets to store my “stuff” including outside pockets and a generously sized interior pocket.

My bag holds a lot. In addition to two tablets and my smartphone it also holds my car keys, wallet, snacks for work, hand lotion, hand sanitizer and more.

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Car keys, 2 tablets, make up case, cellphone…

In the above photo the blue thing with the black “dot” is the kiddie tablet. I had neglected to put it back in the protective pocket along with my other tablet. The protective pocket is the one towards the top of the phone with the “flap”. You an see the side of my other tablet in the pocket.

I like that this bag has both a strap and handles (I mostly use the strap).

It’s big and roomy both inside and out and exceptionally well made. I get a lot of compliments from people at work too.

I like having the ability to take my tablets to/from work and protect them at the same time in a fashionable way.

What do you think about KABOO bags? Do you like how they serve a purpose (protect your technology) while being fashionable too?

KABOO needs your help. In order to kick production into high gear they have set up a Kickstarter campaign. When you donate towards their campaign you are not only ensuring that Kaboo bags will be available but you’ll also get great “thank you” gifts from limited edition wood ear buds to two KABOO bags (depending on the donation level).

If you would like to learn more about this Kickstarter campaign please visit this link – KABOO iPad Designer Handbags.

If you are unsure of how Kickstarter works you should check out this informative page – How to pledge and pre-order.

I love my bag. I know if you have the opportunity to see a KABOO bag in person you’ll fall in love with it too – especially if you care about your electronic devices.

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Kimberly

*I received a free product sample in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Learning Photoshop with a Tutor

 

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So you’ve decided to learn how to use Photoshop but aren’t sure how to go about it? Thankfully for you, there are MANY options to choose from, each with their own pros and cons. However, there is one option that doesn’t get as much attention as it should: using a Photoshop tutor.

Don’t get me wrong, watching tutorial videos, reading articles and simply figuring things out on your own all work very well. There are many Photoshop gurus out there who either learned on their own or made use of free resources. But sometimes using an expert, even for just an hour, can help clear up a lot of confusion and fast track your progress. The important thing to keep in mind is that you don’t need to use a tutor to learn Photoshop from the ground up. They are there to supplement your education: to point you in the right direction, to help you through some annoying roadblocks and to give you some tips you might not find elsewhere.

In fact, one of the best ways to learn Photoshop is to download a free trial of the product over at Adobe then read a few tutorials such as those over at www.PhotoshopEssentials.com and get your hands a little dirty playing around in Photoshop. Eventually you’ll run into some problems you can’t quite solve with tutorials and that’s when working with a Photoshop tutor makes sense. You can find some expert Photoshop tutors over at TutorGramsor you can ask around in your social circle for someone who knows his or her way around Photoshop. However! Make sure the tutor you work with knows what they’re talking about. Working with a reputable site like TutorGrams takes out a lot of the guesswork in this regard. If you do decide to work with a tutor, it’s very important that you prepare some questions and problems you’d like to cover.  Using a tutor can definitely save you time and some stress but it isn’t a magic bullet. You’ll get as much out of the lesson as you put in. The more prepared you are, the more information and help you can receive from your tutor in a short amount of time.

All this isn’t to say that working with a tutor is mandatory for learning Photoshop, of course it isn’t. Using a tutor is simply an option that many people don’t realize exists and is worth considering. Good luck with whatever method you choose and let us know how your progress is going.

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*This is a guest post. The opinions expressed are not necessarily my own. 

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Every day with my Acer Tab 8 Tablet with Intel Inside

 

My Acer Tab 8 tablet next to a kid-only tablet (one that does not connect to the Internet) that I use at work.

My Acer Tab 8 tablet next to a kid-only tablet (one that does not connect to the Internet) that I use at work.

I hate to admit it, but I like to stay “connected” when I’m out and about. I like to know what is going on with my friends and family on Facebook. I often feel the need to Tweet about something and I enjoy uploading photos to Instagram.

I can do all of these things on my smartphone but honestly I would rather be able to see and do things that are not so “mini” in size. I like to see photos larger then what they appear on my smartphone. I also find it hard to type much with the itty bitty keypad on my phone.

When I’m on the go, or even just heading out to work, I like to pack my Acer Tab 8 Tablet with Intel Inside with me.

I use my tablet a lot at work. We don’t know from one day to the next how many children will be in our care on any given day. There are some days where we have upwards of 10+ children and other days we have no children at all. On those days when we have no children or just one or two children who don’t stay with us that long, my director and I find ourselves very bored. There is only so much cleaning we can do in our itty bitty room. Therefore we need to find other ways to occupy our time.

One thing we love doing is watching Netflix. My director got me hooked on the cooking show “Chopped”. She watches it often on Netflix. I also like watching movies, but I tend to stick with television shows because the episodes are shorter. That way I don’t have to stop a movie and pick it up at another day or time.

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I’ve also been watching Orange is the New Black. Parts of the show is actually filmed at my job.

Sometimes I work a double shift and end up staying at work for the 90 minute lunch break. Watching shows on the Acer Tab 8 with Intel Inside has been a “sanity saver”. Without it I’d probably go nuts with boredom.

The Intel processor inside my Acer provides me with exceptional video quality. The videos and movies that I stream are crisp and clear.

I like to play games on my tablet too. I’m not much of a “gamer” but I do like to challenge myself from time to time.

As it is with the videos and movies I watch, the quality of the games that I play is exceptional. Not only are the graphics colorful and clear, but the games run smoothly too. They are not “choppy” or have a tendency to freeze up on me. When you are playing a high paced game you want a processor that is going to deliver. From my personal experiences both with my tablet and my laptop at home (which also has Intel Inside) it’s probably the best processor you can get for your device.

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A new thing I have been using my Acer tablet for at work is books for the kids that come in our care. I am able to download e-books for the kids to read (or I read to them). These books are specifically made for children and come with illustrations. I like that I can easily download new titles and books featuring popular characters the kids enjoy.

The service is called iStory. This would come in very handy if you have children and you go on long car trips or to give your child something constructive to do while waiting at an appointment or at a restaurant before food is served.

While we have some downtime at work I like to update my calendar so I know when my kids are staying late at school or when someone has an appointment. I also like to make note of when I get paid since I get paid every other week.

Knowing what the weekly weather is going to be is something else I look up while using my Acer Tab 8 tablet. I like to know what the weekly weather will be like so I can plan accordingly.

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What I love about this tablet is that it’s a good size (not too big, not too small) and it’s very lightweight. Its very slim too. It fits easily in my bag.

I’m not a “techie” person by any means but I was able to get my tablet up and running in no time and it was super easy to figure out.

There are so many apps that come pre-loaded on the Acer Tab 8 Tablet. Plus you can download even more apps in the apps store.

I haven’t had the need to download too many things on my tablet because it comes with so many apps. Check them out!

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The tablet does have a camera, but I don’t use it too often while at work. Technically we are not supposed to take pictures where I work for security reasons, but I do snap the occasional photo of stuff that is happening outside my window. We tend to get a lot of news crews so I take pictures of them and send them to my son who wants to work in film one day.

You might think that a tablet like this with so many “bells and whistles” (so to speak) would cost a lot. The reality is that tables such as this one from Acer are actually pretty affordable. There are a lot of Intel Tablets  that won’t “break the bank”.

With the holiday season fast approaching you should consider giving an Acer tablet with Intel Inside as a gift. I know teenagers and college students would really appreciate a gift like this. Both of my teenagers enjoy using my tablet. My daughter wants to take it to school with her to play with during study hall, but she can’t since I take it to work with me every day.

If you do decide to buy a tablet make sure it has Intel Inside so that you are sure to get the best quality images and a great gaming platform (among other things).

If you are a fan of Intel like I am (my whole family is) you should consider joining the Intel Advocate Experience.

Do you have an Acer tablet? If so, which one do you have and what do you think about it?

Are you in the market for a tablet?

If you have a tablet what do you use it for the most? Do you enjoy watching movies and videos? Do you plan games? Do you enjoy using your tablet for connecting on social media? Feel free to share your thoughts. I always love to hear from my readers.

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Kimberly

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Things your cleaning WON’T catch

 

Cleaning

I would consider myself a decent house cleaner. I will admit that I can’t clean my home as often as I’d like to. Now that I work part time in the morning I find it harder to get cleaning done. By the time I get home I’m either tired, have a dozen errands to run or I have blog posts to catch up on.

It irks me to see dust on my furniture. I’m also neurotic when it comes to disinfecting things. I’m always spraying Lysol and using disinfectant wipes to clean counter tops, door knobs, remote controls and other frequently handled items in our home.

We also have five cats, a dog and fish. Don’t get me started on the hair and pet dander.

I honestly didn’t give cleanliness that much thought until I became a mom. Don’t get me wrong, I wasn’t a messy person. I simply didn’t think about things like dust mites, germs and bacteria. If my place was dusted and vacuumed I felt that was adequate enough. It wasn’t until I became a mom that I gave things like germs, bacteria, mold, dust mites and pet dander more consideration.

We have an asthmatic cat too so I am always thinking about ways to keep our home and the air we breath cleaner too.

3D Illustration of a Dust Mite. Ewww!!!!

3D Illustration of a Dust Mite. Ewww!!!!

Here are some startling (and gross!) facts you might not know about.

  • Just one dust mine alone can last up to 70 days, laying up to 100 eggs in just 5 weeks of life.
  • Dust mites can survive in all climates, but thrive in homes, specifically bedrooms and kitchens.
  • Worst of all: dust mites are among the most common triggers of asthma.

Ewww! Ewww! Ewww!!!

Knowing that makes me see dust in a whole new light.

You might think you are cleaning the dust off your furniture and belongings 100% but the truth is you can never really get rid of all of it. Plus you can’t see dust mites. You just know they are there.

Gross! My skin is crawling just thinking about it.

What if I told you there was a device that could help you clean and sterilize your home including carpets, clothing, bedding, sofas, pillows and cushions? Would you want to learn more about it?

Moneual

The device is called Moneual’s Rydis UV-C Vacuum Cleaner. The cleaner uses UV-C sterilization technology to quickly sanitize around your home. The Rydis UV-C is an essential part of the home cleaning process to ensure a healthy and happy family.

When I was asked if I wanted to do a review I jumped on the opportunity.

Here is more information about the Moneual’s Rydis UV-C Vacuum Cleaner;

  • Disinfect: Winner of the Red Dot Design Award and Good Design Award, the vacuum features a UV-C lamp that emits ultraviolet light to help kill dust mites and disinfect 99% of bacteria and allergens.
  • Vacuum: UV-C vacuum’s 600 Watt motor suction power and high efficiency filter capture even the smallest particles, including the 2,000 fecal specks a single dust mite will produce in its 10-week life span.
  • Vibration: Vibration Pad’s 3600 times per minute strong stomping shakes off dust to be collected by vacuum suction.
  • Customize: Three easy-to-use cleaning modes; Mode One combines vacuum, vibration and UV sanitization, Mode Two combines vacuum and UV sanitization and Mode Three is strictly UV sanitization.
  • Efficiency: Patented Absorption Prevention Technology ensures fabric won’t get tangled in the suction roller.
  • Sanitize: Dust mites survive well in mattresses, carpets, furniture and bedding, with figures around 100–500 mites per gram of dust; Rydis’ UV-C lamp helps to eradicate them from your home.
  • Safety: Floor Detection Sensor recognizes the change in surface if the Rydis touches the floor and automatically turns off the ultraviolet lamp.
  • Upgrade: UV-C Vacuum Pro model includes lavender air freshener cartridge and Smart Touch sensor built into handle that allows the vacuum to operate only when you’re holding it.

The device looks like a handheld vacuum. It is but it’s so much more than that.

The device has a vibrating feature which helps to loosen up dust and dust mites while the powerful suction vacuum’s up the dust, dirt, debris and little critters.

In addition to vacuuming dust off of your furniture and belongings the special UV light sanitizes the surface, destroying 99% of bacteria and killing dust mites.

When you use the Moneual’s Rydis UV-C Vacuum Cleaner you can rest assure that your home IS clean after you clean it.

Moneual’s Rydis UV-C Vacuum Cleaner

I’m not a scientist so I am unable to see how much dust, bacteria or dust mites are left behind. I can only say that it does a great job cleaning and I feel confident that my home is sanitized and cleaned.

I like that I am able to use it on our furniture – even the cat tree and our pet’s bedding. It does a great job of sucking up all the hair. I just have to make sure to clean it out more frequently then I do when I am using it on the beds, comforters and pillow (places our pets don’t frequent as much).

Our asthmatic cat seems to be doing a bit better. She’s off her oral medication and only using her daily inhaler. I don’t know if the Moneual’s Rydis UV-C Vacuum Cleaner has anything to do with that, or the allergens that make her have asthma attacks have decreased or a combination of both. All I know is that she’s off her pills at the moment (yeah!) and I hope to keep it that way. She has a heart condition so I’d like to keep her off the extra steroids if possible.

So far I am pleased with my results. Its easy to use and easy to clean. I only wish it has a handle option so that I could use it in hard to reach places. I would love to use it on my curtains but it’s hard for me to reach the top and I rather not have to take them down every time I clean.

I like that my teenagers can use this too and it doesn’t require special equipment, cleaners or toxic cleaners. It’s safe to use around children and pets.

If you would like more information about the Moneual’s Rydis UV-C Vacuum Cleaner visit http://moneualusa.com/index.php/home-direct.html/. While you are there check out the other cool products that the company offers like the robotic vacuum.

What do you think about this device? Does it sound like something you would like to use in your home?

Do you have issues with dust mites, allergies or asthma? Feel free to share your thoughts.

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Kimberly

*I received a free product sample in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

 

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