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Choosing the Best Air Purifier

Air purifiers aren't just luxury items -- they actually protect you from pollutants and bacteria that you may not even know exists. Even if you don't have asthma or allergies, there's no denying the benefits that come from breathing cleaner, less-polluted air. Now is a great time to buy a home air purifier, with three of the market's best models being the Coway Mighty Air Purifier, the Whirlpool Whispure and the Idylis Air Purifier. These top-rated air purifiers remove various airborne substances and have a number of different settings. Are you on the market for an air purifier for your home? If so, read on for important information that could

help you decide which air purifier is right for you.

Each of our favorite three air purifiers can efficiently filter out smoke, dust and pollen, and each makes use of HEPA air filters. The Coway model covers less square footage than the other models -- it is rated at 360 square feet, which is a good-sized room -- while the Whirlpool model covers an impressive 500 square feet. The Coway model is the most portable of the three, while the Coway and Idylis models are both sleek and stylish. The Coway and Idylis models both also have auto modes, while the Whirlpool and Idylis models have sleep and quiet modes, allowing these air purifiers to run seamlessly in the background. An ionizer is available as an add-on only for the Coway air purifier.

Otherwise, choosing the right air purifier is all about examining your needs. For example, how large is the room you'd like to be treated? Which air purifier would look best with your interior decor? And how many do you need? If you need several air purifiers, then cost might become a bigger factor in your decision. You should also consider how often different air purifiers need their filters replaced, or whether their air filters are reusable. Also, some air purifiers -- such as the Idylis Air Purifier -- are ENERGY STAR certified, which means they'll run at a lower cost to your electric bill. Want to know more? Take our quiz to see which of our top three air purifiers might be best for your home.

Do you need an air purifier for pollen allergies?
How large is the primary room you need treated?
Do you want an air purifier with a HEPA filter?
Do you want an air purifier with a sleep mode?
Do you want an air purifier with an auto mode?
Do you need an ionizer?
Is having a quiet mode essential?
Do you want an air purifier with reusable filters?