If you8217;re tired of huffing in great lungfuls of dust and must whenever you do some cleaning, or if you just want to chill in your living room with a bit more confidence that the air you8217;re breathing isn8217;t doing you any harm, you might be thinking about picking up an air purifier.
We8217;ve taken a detailed look at the market to find some of the very best available 8211; after all, this is an area where you don8217;t want to find you8217;ve accidentally bought something that can8217;t match the claims on its box.
Our pick of the best air purifiers to buy today
BlueAir is in some ways the king of the purifier market, both because it has a range of options and because of the value of those options 8211; we8217;ve got another below for smaller rooms, but our top pick goes to the 211+ because of its sheer efficiency. While it8217;s not cheap, no quality air purifier is, and the performance here is extremely impressive.
It has a three-part filtration process to quietly remove 99% of airborne pollutants from your chosen room and can handle massive rooms, too. Up to 540 square feet will be no problem for the 211+ which would more than do for us.
Dyson8217;s purifiers are pretty much unmistakeable, their design loud and proud, but they8217;re also really effective. While you do pay a premium, you get quality performance and reliability. It can filter out 99.97% of pollutants and toxins borne on the air, which is just what you want from a purifier, of course, and also has a powerful fan built-in for the hotter months.
If you want to spend a great deal less than that Dyson model demands, but still get really solid performance, vacuum expert Vax is here to help. This tower purifier will do much of the work of a more expensive model without the same cost. That said, it8217;s better suited to a slightly smaller room, as a result.
If the price is your top priority, though, look no further than Bionaire8217;s tower purifier, which does a sterling job despite being the cheapest unit on our list. Its value does mean that it8217;s a pretty loud machine, but you8217;ll still get impressive filtration despite that.
In fact, like the other pricier entries, it even has a system to match its filtration to the detected levels of pollution in the room you8217;ve placed it in, which you wouldn8217;t normally see at this price. It8217;s a really impressive bundle.
Our final pick takes us back to BlueAir, because its lineup of purifiers also includes a cheaper option, for smaller rooms, in the form of the excellent Pure 411. It takes the template of the 211+ and shrinks it down, basically, without cutting many corners.
It8217;s great for smaller rooms, and is similarly impressive on the noise and filtration front, cleaning up your air without becoming an annoying background drone for you to ignore. It8217;s also priced really sensibly, making it a great pick for those looking for their first purifier as a proof of concept.