Instant – Air Purifier, Large Room – Charcoal
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|Price history for Instant Air Purifier, Helps remove 99.9% of viruses (COVID-19), bacteria, allergens, smoke; advanced 3-in-1 HEPA-13 filtration with plasma ion technology, Large Room (AP300), Charcoal|
Price History for Instant Air Purifier, Helps remove 99.9% of viruses (COVID-19), bacteria, allergens, smoke;...
|Current Price||$113.99||February 21, 2023|
|Highest Price||$139.99||October 12, 2022|
|Lowest Price||$113.99||December 17, 2022|
Last price changes
|$113.99||December 17, 2022|
|$139.99||October 12, 2022|
Specification: Instant – Air Purifier, Large Room – Charcoal
I’ve had this purifier for about a week now and I love it. We are a family of 4 and we’ve bought different air filters over time that are in various rooms. This seems to offer much more “cleaning” than our other HEPA filters. This devices stacks up better than all of them:1. Super quiet! The low and medium settings are so quiet, I found myself frequently checking if it was even on. And yup, it sure was. Air flow was still great. If I want some “white noise” the high setting makes the fan audible.2. Better purification. I realize now, all of our other filters are just ‘filters’ and not purifiers. Our other devices have HEPA filtration but not the Ion technology which adds another layer of air cleaning. Now that I read the specs again of my existing filters, this one not only does everything a HEPA does for dust, pollen, etc but also kills germs3. Auto feature is cool. Saves energy and only turns on when needed.4. The device is designed well and seems like it will be easy to clean/service when necessary. I don’t think I’d ever say an air filter was “attractive” but it certainly looks aesthetically better than all of our other air filters.So far, it’s a great product I’d highly recommend. I will probably give this device another couple of weeks to keep proving itself and then start replacing all of the other air filters in our house.
J. Cook –
I live on the west coast where we get forest fire smoke every summer, in 2019 it was really bad so I geeked out on researching purifiers and sensors and readings, sealed all our windows and vents, and actually experimented with different fan configurations to stay cool while being able to breathe.All that is to say: I’m no expert, but have been deep down this rabbit hole.I can honestly say: this has everything I’d want in an air purifier.-Great aesthetics, size, lightweight.-Wow, so quiet.-PM2.5 sensor built in! With actual ug/m3 readout. (The type of particle in forest fire smoke)-Auto speed control, with eco mode-Ion filter and verified ozone-free-Lighting to indicate speed / quality, which you can turn off if you want darknessAlso, it has 1 filter which is suuuper simple to access, which will be very handy when it’s dusty and time to replace.Honestly, no downsides nor even things I wish it had.I had some pause that there’s only 1 filter, which is different than other designs (my Coway has 3 filters in series), but I don’t think that makes it any better because the air is just as clean.Also the giant drum filter is also so big, with so much surface area, I imagine it’ll last quite a long time before becoming needing replacement.
I’ve had particularly bad allergies this season. Whereas in years past I’d just live with them, it has been so bad this year I decided I needed to try getting the allergens out of the air I was breathing. So I bought this.When I read that it would automatically detect the air quality and adjust itself most appropriately, I was sure that once I turned it on it would tell me the air quality was terrible and start working hard to clean the air.Instead, it indicated that the air quality was great, ran at its lowest setting, and eventually entered eco-mode, turning itself off completely for half of the time.Okay, so it basically did nothing for me in my home office where I spend most of the day. Well, maybe if I put it in my bedroom then my allergies wouldn’t be so bad when I woke up in the morning? Nope. Same behavior as in my office. No difference in my allergies.For a final test, I put it in the toddler’s room where the diaper pail was a constant source of bad odors. In every case, the device indicated that the air quality was great, ran at the lowest settings, and entered eco-mode shortly thereafter.There was no noticeable difference in the air quality in any of the rooms I tried it in. My allergies did not improve. The smell did not go away or noticeably decrease. It was not apparent that the machine was doing anything useful at all.As far as I’m concerned, this thing did nothing except circulate the air a bit, which I can accomplish with a $5 fan.