An air purifier is a smart idea year round: It can protect against respiratory infections and heart disease by trapping microscopic toxins that tend to pollute indoor air. But in summertime, it's absolutely essential, especially for allergy sufferers, as pollen runs wild and makes for three months of sneezy, eye-watering, head-clogging misery. And there's no better time to score one than Memorial Day weekend.
There are tons of options out there, but right now at Amazon, the Pure Enrichment PureZone 3-in-1 Air Purifier is on sale for $80 with the on-page coupon, down from $130. The price is so low because it's a lightning deal, which means you only have a few more hours (or until it sells out) to shop the deal. After that, it'll go back. toits original price.
It uses a three-stage filter to trap the nasty stuff — a pre-filter, an activated carbon filter and finally, a true HEPA filter. A built-in UV-C light provides an extra layer of sanitation. It’s energy-efficient, too, so your bill won’t suddenly skyrocket.
“Seriously this an amazing product!" a shopper reported. "It's small and so quiet! I forget it's on most of the time, but wow does it work so well! Cooking smells, dog smells, just normal house smells are all gone. Buy this!"
The Pure Enrichment PureZone 3-in-1 Air Purifier is also a great find for those with allergies. “The unit is so quiet you hardly know it's on," writes a reviewer. "I have been using this for two days and I am amazed at how well it works. My allergies are significantly better. I recommend this for any and all allergy sufferers!"
Not surprisingly, the whisper-quiet gadget has plenty of fans among the snoring community. "Love the sleek appearance, easy operation and instructions," one shopper noted. "I can breathe much better too. Stopped my hubby from snoring at night and it's whisper quiet! I do love the fact that it blows air from the top and not the sides like most purifiers. This is a definite keeper. I love it!"
In short: This air-purifying gizmo is so popular, it practically has a fan club. "This is the answer to my allergies prayers," a shopper shared. "My dogs and cats like to hang out in my room with me and I’m mildly allergic to them. This thing has taken all the smell out of my room and I don’t wake up wheezing. I would recommend this product to anyone with asthma and allergies because it’s helped me tremendously."
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