Honeywell HPA Air Filter Review

Spring is here and it’s time to change out those air filters. If you have allergies to pollen and other air stuff remember to change out the ones with the furnace but also consider getting air purifiers for your home.

We have the Honeywell HPA100 and HPA300 True HEPA Allergen Remover. The 100 model will service up to 155 square feet while the 300 cleans the air of up to 465 square feet. There are basically 4 settings on the models: Low: germ Medium: general clean High: allergen

You can add “Turbo” to each setting and timers. There are indicator lights but you can also dim or turn them off. We kind of double those lights as mini night lights. Come to think of it, the sound that the air purifier makes also kind of dubs as a noise machine for the littles. We have family members with allergy-induced asthma and this filter has significantly helped with the crazy coughing fits they have when there is the slightest dust in the air. We like sleeping with the windows cracked open in the Spring and without these air purifiers, my eyes would be puffed shut and I’d be congested like I had the flu.

While not the most stylish – it’s kind of a black brick with light up buttons – it certainly looks better than many and can’t be beat in value and function. I love that there is a HEPA filter and an activated carbon filter. Both are disposable and fairly easy to change out.

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