Pretty in Pink

Breast Cancer AwarenessFor many people the color pink is not just a color. For centuries, the color pink has been used to draw out subtle emotions such as kindness, unselfish love and consideration. It is the color typically used during Valentine’s Day and the “pink ribbon” has become a symbol for October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month campaign. To celebrate this color, here are some of our own products that are pretty in pink.

Crane CoolMist HumidifierThe Crane Pink Drop Humidifier will keep your family feeling great during the fall and winter months. This humidifier features a smooth drop shape design with a flow rate of 2.3 gallon output per day. The Crane Ultrasonic Humidifier aids in the prevention of cold, cough, flu symptoms, sinus infection and more. This pink humidifier is whisper quiet and can run for 24 hours on the medium setting.

Klean Kanteen Purple Prevention Prayer FlagThe Klean Kanteen Purple Prevention Prayer Flag is a 27 ounce special edition stainless steel water bottle. This Klean Kanteen bottles features a unique “prevention purple” prayer flag designed to raise awareness for preventing and finding a cure for breast cancer. The semi-wide mouth accommodates standard ice cubes and this water bottle will not retain any flavors or odors.

Austin Air Baby Allergy MachineThe Austin Air Baby Pink Allergy Machine is designed for newborns to help them breathe easier. This junior allergy machine helps reduce coughing, snoring, wheezing and sneezing. The reduction of particles in the air, such as pollen and dust help to improve the quality of the air in your nursery.

KOR Reusable Water BottleThe KOR Delta Orchid Pink Water Bottle has a 16.9 ounce capacity and is easy to hold. This reusable water bottle features the KOR Perfect Spout, which has an unique design that is large enough to insert cubes, but small enough to minimize splashing. The spout is also sanitary, as it is unexposed and protected when not in use.

Vapur Water BottlesThe Vapur Reflex Pink Water Bottle features a unique construction that allows it to stand upright when full and can be folded, rolled and flattened when empty. With a capacity of 18 ounces, this bottle is easier to carry than standard water bottles and is dishwasher safe.

During the month of October, let us take time to remember what Breast Cancer Awareness Month is all about. Show your support for this cause in any way you can.

Who Needs a Leprechaun for These St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Charms?

Each year on March 17, we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Did you know that the original color associated with St. Patrick was blue? The color blue is often connected to depth and stability, but also symbolizes trust, faith, loyalty, wisdom and truth. As early as the 17th century, however, the color green was worn in celebration of this day. Green is also symbolic of balance, life, nature, fertility, health, good luck, tranquility, well-being and even jealousy.

For over 1,000 years, the Irish observed St. Patrick’s Day as a religious holiday, although it is steeped with deep-rooted folklore. From shamrocks to leprechauns sitting on a pot o’ gold at the end of the rainbow, St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated in the United States and abroad with Irish inspired feasts, parades and gallantly wearing many hues of green. To commemorate this lucky day and the arrival of spring, we decided to share some of our all time favorite green items that do not require a 4-leaf clover for good luck.

Water Filtration Pitchers: Green Brita Grand Water Filter Pitcher and the Green Elemaris XL Water Filtration Pitcher.

Reusable Water Bottles:  Be Green Klean Kanteen 27 oz Bottle & Loop Cap, Green Vapur Anti Bottle Water Bottle and KOR Delta Sawgrass Green Water Bottle.

Humidifiers: Green Crane EE-5301 Cool Mist Humidifier and Crane Ultrasonic Cool Mist Frog Humidifier.

Ireland is known for its lush green landscape and is thus named the Emerald Isle. Is it really true that if you do not wear green on St. Patrick’s Day you will get pinched by a leprechaun? Moreover, what about the “Fighting Irish” of Notre Dame? Will they wear green on St. Patrick’s Day or are they immune to the pinches by the legendary leprechauns?