If you struggle with allergies, it's crucial to breathe in top quality air — especially if you live where wildfires are a problem. But even if you don't have allergies, having clean, healthy air to breathe is a must. And thanks to Amazon, you can clean up the air around you at a discount. Today only, it's offering up to 22% off Okaysou Air Purifiers — including its top-rated AirMax 8L Air Purifier for just $104.
This air purifier comes with multiple filters to remove 99.97% of airborne pollutants like dust, smoke and pollen effectively. It is designed to work continuously to enhance the air quality around you.
The AirMax 8L Air Purifier comes with multiple filters — a washable pre-filter, a H13 True HEPA Filter, a Novel Blue Filter, a Honeycomb Activate Carbon Filter and Cold Catalyst Filter — to remove 99.97% of airborne pollutants like dust, smoke and pollen. For some shoppers, it's a game-changer.
"My morning sinus issues improved after only one night of running the unit," reported a rave reviewer. "After 4 nights, I woke with almost no sinus "goop" at all. It's definitely larger than I wanted, and it reminds me of a paper shredder, but those are my only complaints. My nightstand is 21" x 22", for perspective (photo). I wanted a table top unit, but I couldn't find one that was rated for more than ~150 sq ft. I think this unit gives a great bang for your buck, and I highly recommend it."
This smart air purifier has a built-in a smart sensor automatically indicates your air quality with an LED light that changes color from red to blue, while adjusting fan speed from low to high.
This smart air filter has an eco mode that will automatically it off when no pollution is detected for 30 minutes and will indicate the air quality with an LED light that changes color from red to blue, while adjusting fan speed from low to high.
"I live in an exceptionally dusty place," shared a grateful customer. "Seriously, I can't go two days without a thick layer of dust forming on anything. When the light would shine through the window, you saw the light shafts because it was nearly a pillar of dust floating through the air...This was totally the best purchase I've made in a long time. We set it up, it was roaring and red for maybe an hour, and then we noticed something drastic. The air wasn't fuzzy. Shapes weren't fuzzy because there were not dust particles everywhere. It had went from red to yellow, and the filter didn't give out like I expected to.Probably increased our lifespan."
This purifier features 360° air intake and can clean a 600 square foot room in 30 minutes. It captures 99.97% of airborne pollutants as small as 0.3 microns.
This affordable air purifier captures 99.97 percent of the pet hair, dander, and odor that circulates in your home. Plus, it’s compact, quiet and easy to assemble.
"I live in NYC where the floor gets dusty 3 days after vacuum, so having an air purifier is important to me," wrote a satisfied customer. "Overall the device doesn’t make noticeable noise and works perfectly! I like how it have sleeping mode and timer, so I could keep it on during sleep. Good purchase for sure."
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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