Works well and as expected
I have the Philips Series 2000 Air Purifier, the Breville Smart Air Plus and the InovaAir DE20. They all work well. Both the Breville and the Philips have a sensor to measure PM 2.5. The numbers don't agree exactly but when the air quality is intermediate or worse, they concur. The InovaAir doesn't have a sensor to measure pollution and at over $1500, it probably should. When you blow air from any of the purifiers to one of the sensors on the other machines, clean air is registered. They all work as designed and they are all good machines in di...fferent ways. The Breville has UV light to kill microbes but I'm not sure if this is a gimmick or genuinely useful. The InovaAir has a massive activated carbon filter which is good for smoke and odours. However, they all have decent HEPA filters. I'm waiting for a CHOICE review on all three of these machines.
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Works well but weird noise
I had it for a year now, it works well for its purpose. You will be shocked at the dust collected by the filler when cleaning it. But my one develop a weird noise after one month use, sound like something knocking inside, doesn't happen all the time but most. Bring to service centre at south of Sydney but they just tide up some screws, the noise still exit like before, cann't use it when sleeping which is quite a let down. For it's price tag, I expect a better made.
Silent, super efficient, simple to use, cheap to run
Our home has no air vents or air conditioner, dust particles build up rapidly and I also suffer from a skin allergy and breathing problems at night. The air purifier can be placed in most area's of the home, but not recommended to use in kitchen or near a heater or air conditioner.
I set the unit in the main bedroom and have already noticed a sleep improvement after several nights of use. The purifier starts in general mode automatically by default on high speed fan. Just let it run and on mine the particle matter reading was 60, red display li...
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