Having clean home in your air is essential, especially if you care about your health. Since many major cities are dealing with increased air pollution and with it so hard to clean your indoor air, more people are turning to indoor air purifiers to make sure their homes are clean. PARTU reached out to have their air purifier reviewed, and since I’ve reviewed quite a few for this site, I was happy to try it out.
Overall, it’s a quality air filter that can clean 160 sq.ft/ 15 m². It’s simple to use, has a great design, and overall is great for removing common irritants and pollutants from your air. Let’s dive into the specifics.
Using the PARTU air purifier
Right out of the box, the PARTU air purifier is simple to set up. You need to take the bag off of the filter on the inside of the unit, but after you do that it’s pretty much set to use. The buttons are simple and easy to understand, but it’s best for you to still read the instruction booklet in the box to understand all the buttons and features on the air purifier.
The sound is pretty quiet, especially the lower speeds. There are three total fan speeds. The minimum sound level is 25 dB and the maximum is 48 dB. I wouldn’t say it’s the quietest filter out there, but sometimes filters cannot become too quiet without losing some of the air purification qualities.
The lights on the system do not indicate anything in particular (such as air quality), but they offer seven different colors (which you can cycle through or pick a single color) to give your room a fun glow. When I run it at night it looks great as it rotates through the colors.
Filtration system and what it removes
The filter on the PARTU air purifier can catch things as small as 0.3 microns, which includes:
- smoke particles
- cooking odor
- pet odor
- PM2.5 pollutants
This certified HEPA filter has five separate layers, which helps catch even more than single-layer filters, which filters about 99.97% of all of the above. I don’t think I need to explain why it’s important to get these things out of your air so you and your family are not breathing them constantly. One major thing I’ve learned from having air quality sensors is the fact that your air is often dirtier than you realize.
If you’re someone who suffers from allergies or asthma, this filter would remove most of the irritants that often flare up symptoms. This air filter also puts out anion to help bring dust out of the air so you can easily vacuum it up.
Size of the PARTU air purifier
The size of this air purifier is much better than some other ones out there. It’s small and compact. The size plus its overall look keeps it from being an eyesore in almost any space.
Some missing features
This air purifier is easy to use, which makes it ideal. There are a few things I wish it had, which I’ll quickly cover in case you’re looking for an air purifier with these features:
- No remote is included. With a remote, it’s easy to control from a distance, but not necessary to the overall use.
- No timer. If you want to leave it on during the day, you’ll have to remember to turn it off if you don’t plan for it to run for a long time.
- No air quality sensor. Some of the air purifiers I have include a sensor for the air around you so you can know when it’s clean and you can turn the filter off. It’s not too big of a deal, but enough of a deal for some people.
Two things I wish this air filter had are a remote and a timer. With a remote, you can control it from across the room.
Overall review: 9.2/10
- 100% ozone free
- 5-layer HEPA filter
- 25 dB minimum sound and 48 dB maximum sound
- Filter needs to be replaced on average of every six to eight months
- Filter reminder to let you know when it needs to be changed
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Disclaimer: I received this product at a discount for the purposes of testing it and reviewing it. All opinions expressed are truthful and 100% my own.