Air Purifiers Archive

In-Depth Review of the Air Choice HEPA Air Purifier

Over the past couple of decades, more and more people have become concerned about indoor air quality. There are a couple of reasons for this. The first is the development of new and better technology. Outside of ordinary furnace filters, high quality indoor air filters haven’t been available for long. This has come at the same time as increased awareness of indoor contaminants. Pollen, mold, …

TOSOT KJ350G True HEPA Air Purifier Review

In today’s world, you can’t be too careful about your indoor air quality. This has become all too apparent during the current global pandemic, where recycled air can pose a health threat. But in fact, it’s been an issue for quite some time. The reason for this is actually a negative side effect of a positive trend: energy efficiency. Instead of old-school, poorly-insulated homes, we …

Hands-on Review of the TaoTronics HEPA Air Purifier

If you’re concerned about the quality of your indoor air, you’re not the only one. To our parents and grandparents, air quality was more or less a non-issue. First off, they had bigger health issues to tackle, like Polio. Secondly, awareness of air quality just wasn’t the same as it is today. For instance, as recently as the 1960s, doctors’ associations were endorsing various brands …

Levoit Core 300 HEPA Air Purifier Review

Over the last few decades, Americans have become more and more keenly aware of the quality of our indoor air. There are several factors in modern life that can cause our air quality to drop. Obviously, there’s pollution outdoors, but indoor air can be even worse. Upholstery, for instance, can release toxic fumes like formaldehyde. Mold can pollute our air with toxic spores. In the …

AirSoap Air Purifier: First-Look Review

If you’re looking for better indoor air quality, you’ve got plenty of options. You could use an air purifier, an ozone machine, or an ionizer. All of these devices have their own benefits and drawbacks. An ozone machine, for example, will destroy odors, but will not remove particulates. A HEPA filter, meanwhile, will remove particulates, but not odors. But what if you’re concerned about airborne …