Since you put, "To ikota" in the subject line, thanks,
i don't mind answering, but really i'm a novice.
In fact, i was unable to distinguish between a
corona-spark and a cold-plasma model.
Yes, i do recommend Synergy, for the most obvious
reason that it is affordable as well as reliable.
We've been using our 180-gamma unit for two weeks.
You'll even see that the EBay seller, [mygettinplace],
has posted exactly above your post. His name is John.
The technicalities may not be of concern to you.
But you should know that the EBay model uses corona
technology. For me, the price of a Plasmafire (plasma) or
even a Longevity (corona) was simply too steep. That's
why we got the Synergy Systems one. We thought we
were getting cold-plasma, which is superior (that
is, theoretically longer-lasting), but for our
immediate purposes, it doesn't really matter.
1. cold-plasma doesn't use an anode/cathode system,
or so i'm told (see Dr. Saul Pressman's Plasmafire site),
and so it lasts forever - which might be important for
people using a unit continuously, as in making ozonated
olive oil. The EBay seller makes quite a big deal out of
the fact that his (corona-spark) units can make ozonated
olive oil, and that his units never die. That may be due
to the dielectric construction - I honestly don't know.
2. the regulation-knob on the Synergy Systems unit is
not calibrated. Basically it's on/off (although the sound
does dial-up w/i the 1st qtr-turn). This is of some
concern to me, because I will eventually need to get an
exact volume/concentration ratio for insufflation. But
for home use for ozonation and for ozone sauna, quite
honestly there's nothing else out there for the price.
And the seller, John, is a wonderful person who, like
most of us here, did not jump into this equipment just
because he loves the technology. One thing I am finding
more and more on this journey: methods and tech stuff
are less than half the story. The people I'm meeting
are changing my life dramatically.
Thanks for asking, hope that helps.