Most Popular Air Purifier


It took longer than 100 hours of research and screening to find the best air purifier for the majority of people: the Coway AP-1512HH Mighty If you're mostly concerned about common particle allergens such as microspores, mold, or dander, the Coway offers the best value compared to the competitors. It's as good at getting rid of particulate contamination from the air as makers that are more than two times its size and expense double as complete. If you turn it on when you go into a bedroom or home workplace, it will eliminate all airborne particles within a half hour heavily and keep it that way until you turn it off.

After a second straight round of lab tests, our top pick for air purifiers is fixed: The Coway AP-1512HH Mighty is the very best for most people. It's amongst the highest-performing and least-expensive HEPA-rated cleansers available and is the least pricey to run and maintain for five years. Crucially, it also kept its remarkable efficiency over the two years we've used it, showing no falloff in particle purification even while using the original filters.

Our new runner-up is the Winix 5500-2, which performs similarly to our previous runner-up, the to-be-discontinued Winix 6300 For large spaces and people with severe sensitivity to particle contamination, we have a new choice: the Coway Air Mega 300. It changes the Blue Air 503, whose production dropped off precipitously over two years of practice. For those with the artificial level of sensitivity, our choice continues the Austin Air Healthmate Requirement HM-400: Its 15-pound activated carbon filter reduces smells and VOCs better than any soap we've checked. Lastly, while "smart" cleansers are increasingly available, we're not yet encouraged they're worth the cost award. 

For many allergy sufferers, the Coway AP-1512HH Mighty is exceptionally effective at eliminating particles from the air-- in our tests, it did better than some that cost twice as much. It's also incredibly peaceful and has the most affordable operating expense of all the makers we took a look.

What's more, the Coway has the profound filter replacement costs of any of the devices we reviewed, suggesting it will cost you less to preserve over time. It's energy-efficient, too-- using barely more electrical power than a LED light bulb under regular use settings. The Conway doesn't do much for smells, but you 'd need to invest about twice as much to obtain anything that's truly reliable in that regard.

It's similar in performance and value to our top pick, but slightly noisier and has somewhat greater operating expense. Likewise, some functions are available just through remote, which can be lost.
If the Coway is not available, the Winix PlasmaWave 6300 Air Cleanser is a close runner-up in regards to performance against common particle irritants. The Winix costs a little less to buy up front, but it is slightly less energy-efficient and uses slightly more fancy filters. This implies it will end up costing more in the long run after just a couple years' worth of filter modifications.