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Hamilton Beach 04383 True Air Allergen-Reducing Air Cleaner, White

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  • Allergen-reducing air cleaner for large-size rooms up to 160 square feet
  • Permanent HEPA-grade filter removes airborne allergens
  • Filter can be vacuumed clean; no replacement filters to buy
  • 3 ultra-quiet speed settings; tower design; simple control knob
  • Measures 8-1/2 by 6 by 13-1/2 inches

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.3 x 21.6 x 34.3 cm ; 4.1 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 Kg
  • Item model number: 4383
  • ASIN: B000R2WEJQ
  • Date first available at March 5 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #92,838 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

With so many allergens floating in the air, it's no surprise to see people toting tissues around all year long. what's the worst season for allergic reactions? it's spring, followed by fall, summer and lastly, winter. now there's a smarter way to deal with allergies besides carrying tissues and allergy pills everywhere you go: the true air compact air purifier by hamilton beach. it offers 99-Percent hepa-grade cleaning performance in a compact design that fits anywhere. what's more, the true air compact air purifier is stylish enough to blend in with your décor and it won't break your budget.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By BensMom98 TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 21 2013
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I have two air cleaners in my house and this one is a great size for the bedroom. It's very quiet and can lay flat or stand vertical. Can't think of anything to warn you about. I really like it!
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By Jeannie on June 9 2015
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excellent product.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By YAXIN PANG on Nov. 3 2014
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This is a very good product. Easy to use
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1,849 of 1,909 people found the following review helpful
the sounds of the purifier July 23 2012
By Louie the Italian Jew - Published on
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A brief video of the sounds of this air purifier at different speeds.
Overall, works well as many have stated. Hope this helps. Peace.
899 of 945 people found the following review helpful
Works great! Sept. 14 2009
By SWalt - Published on
I bought this product for my son. He's eight years old and suffers from allergies. He woke up every morning sneezing, and with a stuffy nose. I was looking for an alternative to giving him allergy medication every day. We keep it on the desk, right next to his bed. It's incredibly quiet and it has helped his allergies a lot. After about a month of constant use on the medium setting, I vacuumed the filter. It was filty. I was very impressed with how much dust it pulled from the air.
472 of 509 people found the following review helpful
Nice unit for the price, I highly recommend it! July 6 2011
By TeenyOne - Published on
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Wanted a small appliance like this air purifier to use in seperate bedrooms to stop dust/pollen/dander/dust mite poop or whatever debris lingers in the air from being inhaled during my loved ones sleep, this one works great and appears to really remove debris from the air. I am sure that higher priced air purifiers with expensive replacement filters work much better but we did not want to pay $$$ plus $$ for replacement filters three or four times a year.

On low the fan can barely be heard, medium is like a normal fan noise and is not bothersome at all (all of us stated we actually enjoy this white background noise), high would be too loud for most sleepers. Each of us that have one in their bedroom merely turn it on high an hour before bed, then turn it to medium for actual sleep time.

Can be layed on its side or stood straight up which is a nice choice to have based upon personal preference.

Filter is easy to remove and clean, just wish HB would have made the material surrounding the filter a bit more sturdy as it is just thin cardboard so you have to be careful not to damage it when cleaning. I use the brush attachment on my vacuum cleaner and it works great. I highly doubt this filter would be permanent like HB claims after many repeated cleanings so we expect to replace it every couple of years just for good measure!

Overall I gave it 5 stars but it surely would not compete with a much more expensive winix or austinaire, regardless, IMHO, it is an exceptional value for the price.

Edited to add: FYI, to dramatically enhance the effectiveness of this unit, go to a Lowe's or Home Depot type store and purchase a sheet (hammock filter) of the 3M filtrete filters (about $18 bucks, the good ones, the type used to put over window airconditioners to trap allergens/dust). Cut a square large enough to put above/over the permanent filter on this unit, the filtrete filter then takes most of the particles before it even hits this unit's permanent filter. I have done this for 4 months, it does not damage or negatively affect the unit's motor and you will be amazed how much stuff these little units take out of the air (with two filters, a filtrete one and the one that comes with the unit). Best part of all, after two months, merely discard the 3M homemade filter and replace it with a new cut-out. I also discovered that I can merely lightly tap the unit's permanent filter on a hard surface outside and it is ready to go for an other two months. I think you could get about 16-18 cut-outs per sheet at $18 per sheet, it is enough to last 32-36 months (approx 6 dollars a year).
437 of 490 people found the following review helpful
The best one we've tried June 21 2009
By SillySally - Published on
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Our daughter has allergies and we've tried several different air purifiers. This is by far the best we've tried. It is much quieter than others, compact size, the filter is permanent, and it works great. We are getting another one for another room.
339 of 381 people found the following review helpful
do your research!! Feb. 8 2013
By steven - Published on
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I bought this "air purifier" from amazon about a week ago. I was excited to get it in the mail but upon receiving it, i noticed on the box that the minimum size for particle removal was 3 microns. That being said, most particles that cause allergies and adverse health affects are far less than 2 microns in width. I did a little bit of research on the net and concluded that to properly advertise as a HEPA filter it had to meet requirements set by the government. However companies trying to market budget friendly equipment started advertising as HEPA grade or an equivalent. Such filters are inferior to purify air as the real HEPA filters do. In conclusion, don't be naive like i was a fall for the HEPA grade air filters IF you have serious health needs. DO some research and, if you have to, shell out the extra cash for the loved one you have and properly sanitize the air. Otherwise, you'll just have an expensive fan that does practically nothing.