This is the Hyla ... a combination air purifier/vacuum cleaner made in Slovenia.
Kristen Tenney says she purchased it from the local dealer, Rocky Mountain Hyla after an in-home demonstration. But she wishes she would've saved her money.
It cost her more than $2,500 and apparently does just an adequate job.
Kristen Tenney says, "I'm not as satisfied as I want to be for $2,500. I wish I was more happy with the purchase for that amount of money."
Kristen adds, "I've run it for half an hour and I've run it for three or four hours at a time and really not noticed too much of a difference."
Kristen says she's learning from her costly mistake, but what really made her angry... the free gifts she was to receive.
She says the free vacation she was promised wasn't totally free and had time restrictions so she didn't bother with it.
The other gift was a mini Hyla air purifier. Kristen says it took more than a month to receive and a lot of haggling over the phone.
Kristen says, "I just wasn't happy about having to wait so long and go through so much hassle to get it which we really did." "They were very rude and just..."... just rude and inconsiderate."
Just remember before you buy anything, check out the company and its products first.
We found several Hylas on Ebay. A brand new for $1,400 and others in great condition from five to eight hundred dollars... much less than the $2,500 Kristen paid.
And a final note on the final notice. Whether you think it's misleading or not... one thing's for sure. It's full of spelling errors which could make you question the credibility of the company.