Air Purifiers That Will Change Your Life

A great air purifier can really improve your life. But to qualify as great, it needs to be powerful enough to clean the air in a large living room or playroom, quiet and dark enough for you to sleep near it in a bedroom, and inexpensive enough that it’s reasonable to have several spread throughout your home. Few machines meet that standard, but after seven years of testing 35 different air purifiers, we believe the exce

Coway AP-1512HH Mighty

Within 30 minutes, the Coway AP-1512HH Mighty reduced heavy smoke pollution in a 135-square-foot, 1,215-cubic-foot New York office by as much as 98.9%. In past tests, it performed equally well in a 200-square-foot, 1,600-cubic-foot New York City bedroom. And when we tested it during ongoing smoke conditions in a vast Los Angeles conference room of nearly 10,000 cubic feet—more than twice as large as the Coway Mighty’s specs would seemingly allow—it cut particulate pollution by almost 70% in an hour.

If you need to clean the air in a space of around 200 square feet, the Levoit Core 350 is a solid and inexpensive purifier. It was impressive in our tests, reducing particulates by more than 97% on its high setting in 30 minutes in a 135-square-foot New York City office. On medium, it reduced them by more than 92%. It’s attractive and compact, measuring just 14½ inches tall and 8½ inches in diameter, and its display-shutoff feature means it won’t interrupt sleep with bright lights. At around $100 to purchase, it’s also the cheapest up front of all our picks.

Use the single-button control panel to turn the device on the low setting, the high setting, and off. Its noise level is 50dB on its lowest setting, which is louder than the other air purifiers on this list. (For context, 50dB is about as loud as a conversation at home.) You won’t find an auto shut-off or timer functionality and its blue light can’t be turned off or dimmed while it’s on — but this basic model has a cheap price and comes with a three-year warranty

Nobebird A8 Air Purifier

With the Nobebird A8 Air Purifier, you get four stages of filtration (pre-filter, HEPA filter, carbon filter, and cotton filter), three fan speed settings, and a sleep mode. It also features an air quality indicator light that displays the amount of particulate matter in the air, based on the Air Pollution Index.This Nobebird model has a CADR rating of 255+ and the noise level is 40dB on its quietest setting. You can set it to automatically turn off after one, four, or eight hours, and an indicator light that automatically reminds you to change the filter after 2,000 hours of use. The Nobebird A8 Air Purifier is covered by a two-year warranty.

If you enjoy essential oil aromatherapy, the Elechomes Air Purifier is the way to go. Simply place a few drops of your favorite essential oil on the pad in the fragrance box and the scent will subtly diffuse into the air. This air purifier has three stages of filtration: pre-filter, HEPA filter, and carbon filter. The four-button control panel is straightforward to use and allows you to set the air purifier to one of three fan speed settings or sleep mode. On its quietest setting, it produces 33dB of noise.

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