Are you one of the seven hundred million people in the world who suffers from hay fever? Do you have trouble breathing or sleeping because of the quality of the air in your home? Does even a small amount of dust cause your asthma to flare up? If you’ve answered “Yes” to any of these questions, you might benefit from having an air purifier in your home.
These work by filtering out the microscopic particles which irritate your lungs, but there are so many different types, so how do you know which is right for you? Well, we’ve found six of the best air purifiers on the market to simplify the decision for you and save you time.
Best Air Purifier – Comparison Table Of 2017
In the table below, you’ll find the name of each product we’ll be highlighting, as well as a couple of its most important specifications. This gives you a simple, at a glance overview, but we’ll go into more detail below.
|Product||Control Type||Room Size|
|Holmes HEPA Type Desktop Air Purifier||Manual||109 sq ft|
|Hamilton Beach TrueAir Air Purifier||Manual||160 sq ft|
|GermGuardian AC4825||Manual||155 sq ft|
|Winix 5300-2 Air Purifier||Manual||360 sq ft|
|Dyson Pure Cool Link Air Purifier||Manual, Remote via app||300 sq ft|
|Alen BreatheSmart Customizable Air Purifier||Manual, Remote via controller||1100 sq ft|
Now that you’ve gotten a feel for the products we’ll be discussing, let’s inspect each of them more closely. We’ll be looking for any areas in which each purifier excels, where it could use some work, and who the product is best suited to. That said, let’s begin with the least expensive product, the Holmes HEPA Type Desktop Air Purifier.