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Blueair Blue Pure 121 Air Purifier Review

If you spend more than 90% of your time indoors, you will be exposed to many pollutants. If you and your family have respiratory problems, you are at a higher risk. Indoor pollutants include bacteria, viruses, VOCs, carbon monoxide, and mold in the air.

High air flow air purifiers are needed to trap or remove these pollutants more quickly in large rooms. This post describes the Blueair Blue Pure121 air purifier, which is ideal for medium to large rooms. Blue Pure 121 is manufactured by Blue Air, a leading manufacturer of air purifiers. They have created many different air purifiers that meet the needs of many people. Here’s our review of the Blueair Blue Pure 121 air purifier.

Blueair Blue Pure121 121 Filters

The most important criterion for determining the output of an air purifier is to verify the performance evaluation by the filter material and the type of air filter used. As the flagship of a family of the famous Blueair brand, Blue Pure121 offers a powerful three-stage air purification system, including: 

  1. Pre-filter–The Blue Pure 121 fabric pre-filter is located on the outside of the air purifier and can trap large particles. This pre-filter is washable or vacuumable.
  2. Particle filter–Instead of using a True HEPA filter, Blue Pure 121 uses a polypropylene fiber filter to capture 99% of all allergens such as dust, house dust mites, pet dander, pollen and fungi (HEPA technology).
  3. Activated Carbon Filter–Activated Carbon Filter is added inside the Particulate filter and is effective against smoke, odor, gas, and VOCs.

Like other air purifiers in the Blue family, the Blue Pure 121 does not use a TrueHEPA filter. Instead, to remove allergens, pollen, mold spores and other irritants, Blue Pure 121 uses particle filters and HEPASilent technology to combine mechanical and electrostatic filtration. With such a simple air filter, the Blue Pure 121 can even match the Levoit LV-H133 with a True HEPA filter in terms of air filtration performance.

Blue Pure 121 Room Coverage

The Blueair121 air purifier like Medify Ma-35 air purifier is very good in a large room. Thanks to its design, it can draw air from 360 °. You should consider placing it in the middle of the room. Make sure that all corners of the room are evenly filtered in such a way.

With 3 fan speeds at your disposal, you can quickly filter even in large rooms. Also, even if you operate at full speed for a long time, your electricity bill will not increase. Blueair 121 is Energy Star certified. In other words, it can be operated 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at no high cost.

Blueair Blue Pure121 Sound

Even with stable and useful technologies like HEPA Silent to reduce noise levels, the Blue Pure 121 is an air purifier for large rooms with large fans. In general, air purifiers with such fan power cannot be quiet, especially at the highest settings.

However, this air purifier, like its brother Blue Pure 211, maintains a typical noise level of 31-56 decibels (db). At the lowest setting, the 31 dB noise level is only half the library noise level. Even if you try to run this Blue Pure 121 on the highest setting, the noise level is the same as normal home protection.

Blue Pure121 Power Consumption

As a part of the Blue family, the Blue Pure 121 needs to reserve better energy than other large indoor air purifiers that are expected to consume a lot of energy. There is a Blue Pure 121 that consumes only 30-61 watts of power. The investment in Blue Pure 121 will cost approximately $ 11 to $ 21 per year.

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