When it comes to choosing an air purifier, you’ll want to consider a number of leading brands before making your decision. There are a lot of brands of air purifier, but if you want to avoid some of the consumer problems discussed above, you’ll want to stick to one of the main brands with a reputable history of producing top quality air purifiers. Interestingly, unlike with other household products, with air purifiers this doesn’t really mean you have to shell out a huge amount of money as even the top brands offer a range of models from the expensive to the reasonably prices.
One of the main brands to consider, as with many household appliances, is De’Longhi. De’Longhi produce a huge range of household products and they are always well thought of and reliable. When it comes to air purifiers, the De’Longhi range is fairly wide and can be made to suit many budgets, though there are cheaper models on the market by other producers as will be discussed below. The De’Longhi models begin at just under £200 from most retailers. The more basic model is the De’Longhi 100, which is suitable for rooms up to around 40m squared. The model is sleek and appealing, with a built-in ioniser which helps to neutralise pguides of dust, pollen, car and smoke fumes present in the air. It had 3 fan speeds and is relatively quiet, making it ideal for most users. If you want to go up a grade you could look at the De’Longhi 150 at £225 or at the top of the range the De’Longhi 230 which comes in at £270 or just under. This model features the UV light system discussed above and will purify the room and destroy unwanted air pguides and the machine boasts that it will destroy 99% of all bacteria. These models are worth investing in if you want a top quality air purifier.
The second manufacturer that you should consider is the Bionaire range. These models are a slightly cheaper version of the De’Longhi models discussed above and will provide you with a decent quality of air purification at a lower price. The range is still reputable and reliable and is available from many trusted retailers. The basic model, the Bionaire BAP9240-IUK, costs only £52 and will provide smaller rooms with a reasonable quality of air filtration. It doesn’t make use of the more expensive techniques that the De’Longhi models use, but it still reduces up to 99% of germs and bacteria. It reduces rather than eliminates these dangerous air pguides. Towards the top end of the Bionaire range is the Bionaire BAP1700-UK tower air purifier. This is larger and will purify a room of up to 34 metres squared. The model costs around £150 and is one of the more expensive Bionaire models but it comes closer to the De’Longhi range in quality and may be a better choice if your room is not very large. Of course it’s a matter of opinion, but the Bionaire models may also be more pleasing on the eye.
In short, these two manufactures offer models ranging between £50 and £250 which cater for all sorts and sizes of room. It’s a pretty safe bet to stick to these two manufactures who provide excellent units at reasonable prices.