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Best Bonus Features
As with all Dyson products, the HP01 Pure Hot + Cool has quite a few unique capabilities. It can clean up to 800 square feet of air, and it also works as a heater or a fan. If you don’t like the breeze, you can put it in “Diffused” mode so that it doesn’t push the air toward you. The model has 350-degree oscillation, smart-home compatibility, and a sleep setting. If all that isn’t impressive enough, this air purifier also has certifications from the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, the PTPA (parent-tested, parent-approved), and Quiet Mark. An alternate version of this great unit is the Dyson Pure Humidfy+Cool, which might be preferable for homes that are already well-heated, but perhaps a little dry.
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Best Bang for Your Buck
Despite its low price point, the Bissell’s Air320 can clean up to 1000 square feet of air. It has a lot of the great features of more expensive models such as an automated night mode and an air quality indicator. The unit’s wooden legs also makes it a pleasant looking piece that would easily fit in as decor. In addition to the up-front savings, this air purifier is Energy-Star certified, so it should save you a couple of bucks on your energy bill down the line.
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Best Respiratory Conditions
While many people can benefit from an air purifier, the GermGuardian machines are especially ideal for people with asthma, allergies, or immune-system deficiencies. “HEPA filters can be effective against flu and other respiratory devices and can certainly filter out larger allergens such as pollen and dust,” says Barocas. The GermGuardian is specially designed with these issues in mind, so it is also equipped with a UV-C which, according to the Barocas, “can be effective at killing viruses and bacteria,” as long as the device is rated to cover the square footage of your space.
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Best for Deep Cleaning
When your home becomes a space for work, play, and everything else, it can be difficult to keep the air fresh and consistently clean. While all air purifiers are great for absorbing pet dander, the Coway Mighty is particularly good at trapping pet hair as well. The device collects more air pollutants and dust faster than other models, so it clears airborne dust before it settles on your floors and furniture. This small, unobtrusive model is also great for those who don’t have a ton of room for bulky appliances.
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Best for Sensitive Noses
If the lingering smells of food, smoke, or mildew really irritate you, the Winix 5500-2 air purifier’s washable, activated carbon filter makes it a great option. The model is quiet, great for mid-sized rooms, and has a smart sensor that can control the settings when in “Auto” mode. At such a low price point, the fact that this air purifier has certifications from AHAM (Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers), Energy Star, and CARB (the California Air Resources Board) is plenty of reason to add this one to your cart.
Was $250, Now $160 (Shop Now)
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