Are you thinking about buying an Airfree air purifier, but having a hard time trying to figure out which one to get?
If so, we know exactly how you feel.
At first, trying to figure out what the pros and cons of each Airfree air sterilizer can be hard to do, but in this review we’ll shed light on how each of the company’s top six air purifying products compares.
What you’ll find below is free information on how each of the Airfree models are the same and how they’re different. By the end, you should have a clear idea on which air cleaner is best for your home.
How Airfree Air Purifiers are the Same
The Airfree line of air sterilizers consist of six models:
- Iris 3000
- Onix 3000
What you’ll find with these models is that they share three key features in common. Regardless of the model you choose, you’ll enjoy these aspects listed below.
1) Exclusive Patented Air Sterilizing Technology
Unlike other air purifiers that either rely on a HEPA filter or an ionizer to clean the air, Airfree devices use a special technology that eliminates microorganisms and allergens by destroying them at their core.
Airfree air cleaners operate differently by drawing air from the room into the unit, heating it to over 200 ºC and instantly sterilizing it. The clean, purified air is then cooled inside the device before being pumped back into the room.
What’s unique about this air cleaning process is that it doesn’t require any costly filters to replace or maintenance. All you have to do is turn the unit on and forget about it.
2) Completely Silent
Since all Airfree devices are filter-free and use an ionizer to clean the air within a room, there are not moving parts to create noise. Therefore, this line of air purifiers ensure completely silent operation.
With no noise to contend with, these air sterilizers are an excellent choice for any room in your house, including a bedroom, living room or office.
3) Zero Ozone an Ion Emissions
One of the major problems with competitor air cleaners is the fact that they can emit ozone as a by product of the air cleaning process. Other air purifiers are built around a process called “ionization,” which emits negative ions into the air to purify it.
No matter which Airfree product you choose, you can rest assured that there are zero ozone and ion emissions, making it the healthiest air cleaning product on the market.
How these Airfree Air Sterilizers are Different
Now that you know which features all of the Airfree models have in common, we’ll now point out how each one is different. This section should give you a clear idea which model would be the best fit for your home or office.
When you’re first confronted with making a choice on which Airfree model to pick, it may seem overwhelming because there are six models in total to choose from. With six variations, there must be a lot that’s different between each, right?
In fact, the differences between each device is actually quite minimal.
There are really only two questions you need to ask yourself before narrowing down the best choice:
- How large of an area do you need to purify?
- Do you want a solid colored nightlight or multicolored chromatherapy light?
Aside from those two factors listed above, each Airfree air purifier is identical is operation. The only other differences are the external design and price.
The chromatherapy light option allows you to change the visible light color at the push of a button. The company claims that it helps create a more welcoming and inspiring environment, but we’ll let you decide on how important that feature is or not. Color choices include: red, orange, pink, white, violet, dark blue, blue, green, yellow and orange.
Here’s How Each Product Compares
As you can see, making a decision on which Airfree air purifier to get for your home or office is a lot simpler than you may have thought.
If you’re only looking to purify the air within a small space, the Airfree T800 is the best choice.
For medium sized rooms the Airfree P1000 and P2000 would be optimal.
If you want to sterilize the air within a large room then you have to decide which of one of the last three models is most attractive: the Airfree Onix 3000, Iris 3000 or Lotus. All devices can handle the same space requirement of 650 sq. ft., with the only differences being that the Onix 3000 doesn’t include the chromatherapy light and the Lotus having a different external design, when compared to the Iris 3000.