Giving homeowners four fan speeds to filter smoke, dust, and pollen, this customizable air purifier brings relief to those who suffer from asthma or allergies.
-Contains a HEPA filter that traps 99.97% of allergens
-Has a quiet setting for when you’re sleeping
-Filters the air 4.8 times every hour
-Doesn’t look attractive because it’s made from plastic
-Uses a carbon filter that needs to be replaced every three months
This purifier removes 99.97% of airborne particles at a volume as low as 23 decibels.
-Has a circular shape that intakes air all the way around
-Comes in different sizes and colors
-Has a fabric pre-filter that catches large particles
-Doesn’t include a timer
-Has only one button to cycle through the settings
This purifier filters 99.99% of airborne particles and 99% of volatile organic compounds in rooms as large as 1,560 square feet.
-Has an LED ring that indicates the air quality
-Comes with a timer for one-, four-, and eight-hour settings
-Has auto, sleep, and eco modes
-Doesn’t make sense for small spaces
-Can be expensive to replace the filters
This purifier has a touchscreen to select your setting and a display to show your setting.
-Has a carbon filter that eliminates odors
-Produces 27 decibels of noise for a quiet operation
-Includes a smart auto mode that adjusts the fan’s speed based on the room’s air quality
-Can’t filter larger rooms as many times per hour
-Can be noisy
With a built-in light, this air purifier eliminates bacteria, viruses, and mold spores in addition to dust and other allergens.
-Uses an activated charcoal filter to reduce odors from smoking, cooking, and pets
-Provides three speed settings
-Has a slim design that tucks into a corner
-Filters only larger allergen particles
-Produces a lot of sound on its highest setting