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Airgle Air Purifier Review

Posted by John on August 31st, 2008

Airgle air purifiersI’ve been testing air purifiers for several years now, and most new brands are unimpressive. Airgle air purifiers, on the other hand, stand out as effective machines with novel features.

The most impressive fact about the Airgle 750 air purifier is that it received the highest possible Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) ratings from the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM). It works much better than most air purifiers because it has a 12-stage filtration process, including 4 pre-filters, 2 antimicrobial filters, 4 HEPA filters, and 2 activated carbon filters.

Don’t worry, though; you won’t have to replace all of those filters! Only the HEPA and carbon filters need to be replaced (about once a year). The other filters are washable.

The HEPA filters remove 99.97% of particles 0.3 microns or larger, including household allergens like dust, mold, and pet dander, while the carbon filters remove harmful chemicals and deodorize the air.

The Airgle 750 is a real workhorse; it pulls indoor air through all 12 filters six times in one hour. No wonder it received the highest ratings possible from AHAM!

Besides its top-of-the-line performance, the Airgle 750 air purifier comes with several unique features that I haven’t seen on any other units. My favorite is the light sensor, which automatically switches the machine to silent mode when the lights go off. This is very convenient, especially since most people place air purifiers in their bedrooms. As soon as you turn off the lights at bedtime, the Airgle 750 gets quiet, allowing you to fall asleep peacefully while still enjoying the benefits of clean air.

Or, if you’d rather keep the air purifier running at full speed during the night, it’s easy to program using the LCD control panel. The panel allows you to adjust settings like the fan speed and timer. A dirt sensor shows you the level of pollution in the air; while in auto mode, the intelligent Airgle air cleaner works harder if the air becomes more contaminated. Filter indicators let you know when it’s time to clean or replace a filter, and a handy remote control lets you adjust settings without getting up.

The Airgle 750 air purifier also features an optional fragrance cartridge. I’m not a big fan of indoor fragrances; many of them can irritate allergies and asthma. But I was pleasantly surprised by the Airgle fragrance cartridge, as it emits a very faint, non-irritating, fresh floral aroma.

Unlike many popular air cleaners, the Airgle 750 air cleaner does not emit ozone, a lung irritant that can trigger asthma attacks. This air purifier is 100% safe, and it’s one of the most effective on the market. Because of its modern, sleek design, novel features, and impressive air cleaning power, I give the Airgle 750 air purifier five out of five stars.

airgle 150 air purifiersNote: The Airgle 150 air purifier features the same great benefits for a smaller space – up to 450 square feet.

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