This time of year allergy season is in full force, we are doing our best to stay healthy.
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That’s why I was excited about the Fellowes AP-300PH Air Purifier.
This innovative air purifier helps reduce the risk of illness and allergies through it’s True HEPA Filter that safely removes 99.97% of airborne pollutants like pet dander, pollen, mold spores, allergens, dust mites, cigarette smoke, and odors.
The PlasmaTRUE technology instantly neutralizes harmful germs, viruses, and bacteria in in the air. This technology purifies the air without producing ozone or other harmful pollutants.
The Carbon filter uses Sanitized technology which effectively reduces the development of bacteria, dust mites, and fungai on the Carbon filter itself. This is good to know because without this technology the microbes can settle on the filter and be recirculated into the air.
Since using the Fellowes AP-300PH we’ve noticed a difference in the air quality of our home. We keep it in our dining room and since it can purify large size rooms up to 300 square feet of space we feel the air in the dining room, living room, and even the kitchen is cleaner.
I made a quick video to show how simply lighting a candle will turn the Air Quality Sensor red:
You can see in the video just how quiet it is too. We have it set for the Auto setting which means it runs at the appropriate level based on the air quality. When we first plugged it in it was on yellow for a day or two which meant the fan ran at a medium speed. It was quiet enough and I barely noticed it. Now that we’ve had it running for two weeks Air Purity Sensor always reads green unless I’m cooking. The fan runs on low and it’s so quiet I can’t even tell it’s on unless I put my hand over it.
You can also manually change the fan to four different speeds: Low, Medium, High, and Turbo. I admit the Turbo is loud. But if you need to activate the Turbo setting my guess is you’ll take listening to a few minutes of the noise over the extremely bad odor or pollutants that warranted activating the Turbo setting.
I like that the manual options are available but I’ve found the auto setting to be very “set and forget.” I let the purifier do all the work and never have to worry about turning it up or down.
I also like that it is low maintenance. The filter change indicators signal when the True HEPA and Carbon filters need to be replaced. The HEPA filter needs to be changed every 12 months and the Carbon filter should be changed every 3 months. Not too demanding considering the work each filter does.
I recommend the Fellowes AP-300PH Air Purifier Review to anyone looking for a top of the line air purifier at a great price. The four-stage purification system, Air Purity Sensor, auto setting, and the Ultra-Quiet operation make it a high-tech and high-quality air purifier that works well in the fight against back-to-school germs and allergens.