10 Of The Best-Selling Air Purifiers For Your Home, Ranked By Price – SlashGear

It seems natural that Clorox should be in the air purification market. And they are — or at least, their brand name is, licensed by small appliance manufacturer Hamilton Beach Brands. The Clorox Medium Room True HEPA Air Purifier targets mid-size spaces. It can filter air in a room up to 1,000 square feet once an hour (or a in a smaller room, up to 225 square feet, five times an hour). This model stands 14.5 inches tall, and it weighs just shy of 5 pounds.

It has three filter layers, including an outside pre-filter for catching large particles, and a HEPA filter for capturing 99.97 percent of particles, dust, mold, smog, wildfire smoke, pet dander, and allergens down to 0.1 microns, as well as 99.9 percent of viruses and bacteria. The active carbon layer handles odors. The unit looks sharp in a room, with an integrated air quality sensor for real-time feedback and a PM2.5 (particulate matter) digital display. It uses color coding to indicate air status, and it can automatically adjust the fan speed when in auto mode, so the unit responsively addresses changes in air quality. The unit has a child lock and timer modes, but its sleep mode is a bit louder than others, at 30dB. It notifies you when to replace the filter (a $40 cost).

Buy the Clorox Medium Room True HEPA Air Purifier for $100 at Amazon. If you need an air purifier for a different room and like Clorox’s general design approach, the company offers similar models for larger rooms (up to 1,500 square feet) and smaller rooms (to 215 square feet). All Clorox air purifiers have a variant with Alexa voice controls, available for an extra cost of about $20.