Blueair Blue Pure 121 Air Purifier

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  • At you can purchase Blueair Blue Pure 121 Air Purifier 3 Stage with Two Washable Pre-Filters, Particle, Carbon Filter, Captures Allergens, Viruses, Odors, Smoke, Mold, Dust, Germs, Pets, Smokers, Large Rooms for only $299.99
  • The lowest price of Blueair Blue Pure 121 Air Purifier 3 Stage with Two Washable Pre-Filters, Particle, Carbon Filter, Captures Allergens, Viruses, Odors, Smoke, Mold, Dust, Germs, Pets, Smokers, Large Rooms was obtained on July 31, 2021 10:34 am.
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  • 3-part filtration system captures 99% of common airborne PM 2.5 pollutants such as Allergens, odors, smoke, mold spores, dust mites and pet dander
  • Activated carbon filter removes common odors caused by smoke, pets, cooking, dorm room smells and gases (VOCs) as well as smoke caused by wildfires.
  • Two washable pre-filters come with each unit to capture large particles such as dust and pet hair and can be changed to match any décor. Dark blue and grey pre-filters are included and other colors can be purchased separately
  • Quiet operation enabled by advanced filters that allow for a higher air flow at a lower noise level
  • Designed for large rooms between 600 square feet. And 700 square feet. (aham rated at 620 square feet) make this purifier perfect for 3 fan speeds for large bedrooms, kitchens, living rooms
  • Energy star rated for best in class energy performance. All filters are recyclable and suggested to be replaced every 6 months depending on use

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Specification: Blueair Blue Pure 121 Air Purifier

Model Blueair Pure 121
color Blue
Type Blue

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  1. D. K. Schrute III

    This thing is easy on the eyes, very straightforward setup, you plug it in click a button and go on with your day. We have this in our bedroom, and within 4 hours there was a VERY noticeable difference in air quality, total 180 by the next day. As you walk from the living room into the bedroom, the odors disappear, it smells clean – almost sterile, and it feels like you’re breathing PURE O2 out of an oxygen tank. We no longer wake up with stuffy noses, we sleep better, and we don’t worry about the baby (who sleeps in our bedroom) breathing indoor pollutants.People comment on the size- we have it behind the baby’s chair and in our small room (10×12) it’s very unobtrusive. See photo.If you’re looking for an air filter like I was, if you want something that WORKS, is EASY, looks great, don’t waste any more time researching. Get this and start breathing right, right away.

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  2. A. Holmquist

    I will start by saying that I have never purchased an air purifier before. I wish I would have sooner. I am incredibly impressed with this purifier. I’ve had it on for a month solid because I’m living in new house with some indoor air issues, mild and lots of dust. I have an allergy to both and my daughter had been coughing since we moved in. We also had a wicked stink in the house. Could not figure out where it was coming from. We plugged with in and within a few hours you could notice the air was cleaner. It smelled nice inside and felt lighter. It’s hard to describe. Within a week the pre filter was so coated with dust and crap I was in shock! I included a photo of the predicted after a week use. It is simple, works well and I have had zero issues so far. It looks nice as well. I would highly recommend it.

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  3. Tips650

    Pretty happy so far, let me pass on some wisdom and save you some time on researching, as my air purification credentials are getting knee deep.Previous purchases in order of $$$: IqAir, Rabbit, Air Mega 400 (lol), Sharp Plasmacluster and the inexpensive Winix (run), and of course I’ve built my own, or assembled I should say..Anyways, the reasons I bought this unit:CADR – outperforms other similar priced air purifiers, the sq ft rating doesn’t mean anything (FYI noobs) it’s all about CADR baby.The style: this thing is a trendy little purifier.. I LOVE the sacred geometry featured on the clean fan output, sooo psychedelic. Food for thought, do you want an ugly eye sore all day for instance a classic tan Honeywell that was designed in the freakin 90’s? sure you’ll save $100 now but you’ll just cringe in dissapointment and feel immediate regret that your cheap a_s didn’t spend a few dollars more on a Blue Air.. Seriously, once you pull this baby out of the box, you’ll instantly transcend to “the guy with the cool air purifier”. 30 year old virgin? Say no more.. blue air will do all the work for ya.I should also mention that prior to purchasing this purifier, I did come across some harsh criticism regarding a “chemical odor” clearly You guys haven’t used a real carbon filter before.. as the odor emitting from this purifier just screams “charcoal”. In other words, do not worry – the smell is from the inner layer of charcoal, definitely not a chemical off-gas problem.. let me elaborate.. Most companies do the following configuration: air intake -> carbon filter -> hepa -> exhaust, whereas Blue Air units are intake -> hepa -> carbon filter -> exhaust. Blue Air did the right thing by placing the carbon filter on the inner layer of the Hepa filter, it’s merely on the inside, to effectively extend the life of the carbon media, your odor control.. Had it been on the outside of the Hepa filter.. then slowly but surely, dusty air would accumulate and completely cover the surface of the carbon therefore rendering it ineffective at elimating odors; carbon filters can only do their job if the odor molecules can make contact with the carbon media, and they can’t do that if they’re covered in dust now, can they? Absolutely not..Blue Air is effectively extending the life of the carbon filter as only clean, filtered air is passing through the carbon layer (odor molecules are smaller than dust particulates).Good job swedes!

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