Hmm... Sounds a bit off to me. I wanted to go to the easygreen website, but decided not to when my browser warned me that it was not secure. So I looked around and found this...
"The EasyGreen Sprouter uses a patented technology where mist and oxygen are applied simultaneously to the seeds..."
"Mist and oxygen simultaneously"? Well, since there is oxygen in the air, the seeds are ALWAYS being supplied with oxygen. Hence, all they have to do is add some mist and they can make this rather meaningless claim. Or is there an oxygen tank connected to this thing? I don't think so. Hardly sounds like something you would need to patent.
And they say "highly oxygenated water"!?! You are allowed only one oxygen atom for every two hydrogen atoms in water. No more. And the very act of misting "oxygenates" the water. That is, mixes it with air and therefore carries along extra oxygen with it. Hence, you are ALWAYS using "highly oxygenated water" when you mist something.
I'm not saying this is a scam, but it certainly has a few of the red flags
that go along with scams. Using vague, but very scientific-sounding phrases to describe very ordinary things. Claiming patents, but saying nothing detailed about how the device works. And, of course, charging
a lot of money for something that sounds like nothing more than a mister on a timer.
Your choice, of course, but personally I would pass.