Air Purifier Review - US Top Selling Air Purifiers

This is a comparison of our own Clair air purifiers against the top-selling air purifiers with similar coverage areas in the US market.  Please note that these air purifiers ARE NOT necessarily the top-rated ones, merely the ones that sell the best based on the number of reviews written for each product.

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*Some viruses vary in size from 0.08µm to 0.2µm.


*The most common complaint for air purifiers is noise (anything over 50 decibels may feel too loud for some people).


*This shows the estimated energy cost for 1 year if the air purifier is used 24 hours a day (the baseline rate used to calculate this figure is 0.15 cents/kWh).

 *Filters require maintenance to maintain maximum performance. As the number of required filters increase, so does the maintenance.

 Check out photos of just how dirty your filter can get here.

*Air purifiers equipped with ionizers produce ozone, which is harmful to the lungs.


  *Price updated as of May 2015


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There are many different brands out there on the market today, so we understand how difficult it can be to choose just the right air purifier for your specific needs. Therefore, it is our hope that these comparison charts will help you make a more informed decision on whether or not Clair air purifiers are right for you. The air you breathe is a vital part of your well-being, so we do not take the issue of clean air lightly.

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Clean air. All day. Every Day.