Although we love the Summer months I find breathing in it difficult! Being a Hey Fever suffer some days to try and alleviate the streaming eyes, blocked and runny nose I avoid going outside and take refuge inside. Although this is not always helpful either.
So when we were asked to see if we could improve our air quality inside by trying the Fellowes AeraMax Air Purifier we jumped at the chance! With 3 new air purifiers that can help to actively reduce the number of harmful airborne particles such as mould spores, dust mites, household chemical vapours, pollen, germs and viruses.
“After a recent study Fellwes said 45% of people who took part in their survey said someone in their household suffers from airborne allergies. Fellowes AeraMax™ Air Purifiers use a four-stage purification system that filters airborne pollution, helping to reduce the risks of allergy and illness in the family home.
Each of the three machines in the AeraMax™ range features a True HEPA filter. This is an EU certified level of ‘High Efficiency Particulate Absorption’, which removes 99.97% of airborne impurities as small as 0.3microns”
This machine is super quick to set up with a plug-in and go option with auto settings it will automatically adjust to the surrounding room and if the rooms air quality is very poor it will increase and decrease when needed and that’s the bit I adore, who wants to keep playing with things to get them right?
It has superb access to the filter so changing the filters when needed will be easy and although I expected it to be rather noisy it was far quieter than I thought too which is a bonus in any room! What I have noticed is that the dust seems to be far less in that room than we had previously so that’s like an extra bonus!
This is also the largest of the 3 new versions and is ideal for larger spaces, however the others vary in size to so there is a great range for every room.
Disclaimer: This product was given to us for the purposes of reviewing. All thoughts and opinions were made independently by members of The Oliver’s Madhouse