Best Hepa Air Purifier for Bedroom

Best Hepa Air Purifier for Bedroom – If you suffer from seasonal allergies (or just have a lot of pets), you’ve probably thought about buying an air purifier. Perhaps your doctor even recommended you buy one. Air purifiers take dust particles, odors, pet dander, and more out of the air, making it cleaner and easier to breathe.

To help you find the best one for you, we’ve scoured Amazon for the best options — including one for larger spaces and another that doubles as a humidifier — as praised by the most enthusiastic reviewers. But if you’d prefer a more professional take, we’ve got doctor-recommended options and a writer-tested one, too.

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1.TOPPIN HEPA Air Purifiers

Allergy sufferers find this air purifier, complete with a HEPA filtration system and three fan speeds, to be, in the words of many reviewers, a “game changer.” One, who bought it in anticipation of a guest with bad cat allergies writes, “I put the air purifier in his bedroom and he had no allergy problems at all while he was here.

Just for kicks, I put it in my own bedroom after my guest left … my own allergies disappeared!” Another reviewer who struggles with dust and pollen allergies says this purifier “has been an amazing addition to my home … I can already feel a difference in my breathing and the air quality. I no longer wake up with a stuffy nose nor do I sneeze as much throughout the day.”

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2.LEVOIT Air Purifier

This Strategist-approved air purifier was so effective that it cleared up one contributor’s dog allergies in just three days, and plenty of Amazon reviewers with pets say it clears up odors, too. One reviewer, who called the Levoit a “marriage/pet saver,” used this purifier after her rescue kittens led to a distinct and unpleasant odor.

“I got this product out of desperation,” she says. “I am truly shocked and enormously happy with how it works! My husband was at wits’ end with his sensitive nose. He goes in there now and is astonished, no smell.”

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3.Winix 5300-2

More than 80 percent of this air purifier’s over 20,000 reviewers give it five stars, and many call out how well it detects and removes odors. “My teenage daughter and I were sitting on the couch when she suddenly let loose with a fart,” one writes.

“Maybe 1, 2, seconds later the purifier went from blue to orange. We about died laughing! It filtered that fart for about 10 minutes or so, then went back to blue.” Many users think the Winix PlasmaWave feature is what helps the most with odors.

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4.MOOKA Air Purifier

This Mooka air purifier is a big hit among reviewers who love the sound of gentle white noise. One reviewer who suffers from tinnitus found the sound produced by this purifier to be an unexpected boon: “If you’ve got ringing in your ears that gets super annoying when it’s quiet, this thing will prevent the ringing from consuming you.

I plan on moving the unit into my bedroom tonight to see if it will help me sleep better.” Another reviewer was afraid that the “noise level … would be hard to get used to in my bedroom, because I am so used to it being very quiet” but was pleasantly surprised to discover that it’s “really a relaxing sound.”

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5.Holmes Desktop

Over 1,600 reviewers were impressed with this small-but-mighty tabletop air purifier, praising its ability to cut out cooking smells and pet odors. With its slim design, many say it’s also perfectly suited to sit atop desks or nightstands. “Nice small air cleaner that packs a real punch!” writes one reviewer. “I have one in each of our bedrooms. They are small, compact and do a great job cleaning the air.”

Another reviewer who is a prolific vaper purchased this to “help reduce the amount of vapor clouds in our family room,” and says it’s “been doing a phenomenal job … I put [it] on the end table next to where I sit and exhale my clouds in the direction of this purifier and it helps to eliminate about 90% of the vapor clouds.”

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6.Hamilton Beach

Several reviewers use the word “economical” to describe this air purifier from Hamilton Beach, including one who has six cats and struggled with both odors and dust. “I put this right next to my cat box and it has almost taken all the litter dust out of my utility room,” the reviewer writes.

And lots of reviewers specifically bought this air purifier because of the permanent filter, which means that they don’t have to order replacement filters and allows for even more cost savings. “It has a permanent filter that you just vacuum once a month,” a reviewer writes. “It’s amazing.”

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7.Honeywell HPA300

While this Honeywell air purifier is one of the more expensive models on this list, it can also purify large rooms — up to 465 square feet — though some reviewers say that it can do even more, including one who placed it in their living and dining room with vaulted ceilings that’s “about 900 square feet of mostly open area.” They write, “the air quality has improved greatly. I have a cat and I’m allergic to pet dander, dust mites, pollen, etc.

Now I can breathe much better, the air just feels clean.” Another reviewer thought she’d need two of these to cover her two-story, 1,200-square-foot townhouse, but this was so effective that she writes, “I don’t feel that I need it. Just one seems to be enough to get rid of the coughing even though we both spend plenty of time upstairs.”

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Best Hepa Air Purifier for Bedroom – According to the EPA, we spend up to 90% of our time indoors (alongside the 2x to 5x more polluted air than outdoors). At least 8 hours per day is spent in the bedroom (if we’re lucky). That’s why bedroom air purifiers are the ones most people want to get.

All air purifiers can be placed in the bedroom, but not all air purifiers are best equipped to be bedroom air cleaners.

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