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Airocide APS-200 PM 2.5, Air Purifier
Airocide APS-200 PM 2.5, Air Purifier
Airocide APS-200 PM 2.5, Air Purifier

Airocide APS-200 PM 2.5, Air Purifier

Airocide APS-200 PM 2.5, Air Purifier
Airocide APS-200 PM 2.5, Air Purifier
Airocide APS-200 PM 2.5, Air Purifier
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  • Country Of Origin: China
  • Model Number: 1004
  • Item Package Dimension: 6.8" L x 5.6" W x 16.2" H
  • Item Package Weight: 4.2 lb

Description

Annual Replacement Kit For Airocide APS-200 PM 2. 5


Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 3.8 x 3.8 inches


Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.


ASIN: B07PNCGTN5


Item model number: 1004


Customer Reviews: 3.5 out of 5 stars15 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #223,266 in Health & Household (See Top 100 in Health & Household) #375 in Electric Air Fresheners


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Features

  • Country Of Origin: China
  • Model Number: 1004
  • Item Package Dimension: 6.8" L x 5.6" W x 16.2" H
  • Item Package Weight: 4.2 lb

Description

Annual Replacement Kit For Airocide APS-200 PM 2. 5


Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 3.8 x 3.8 inches


Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.


ASIN: B07PNCGTN5


Item model number: 1004


Customer Reviews: 3.5 out of 5 stars15 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #223,266 in Health & Household (See Top 100 in Health & Household) #375 in Electric Air Fresheners


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

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Features

  • Country Of Origin: China
  • Model Number: 1004
  • Item Package Dimension: 6.8" L x 5.6" W x 16.2" H
  • Item Package Weight: 4.2 lb

Description

Annual Replacement Kit For Airocide APS-200 PM 2. 5


Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 3.8 x 3.8 inches


Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.


ASIN: B07PNCGTN5


Item model number: 1004


Customer Reviews: 3.5 out of 5 stars15 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #223,266 in Health & Household (See Top 100 in Health & Household) #375 in Electric Air Fresheners


abunda_amazon_reviews I've got really bad allergies, so I got this on a recommendation from a friend. Here are a few things I've noticed a week after using it. 1. The unit silently works in the background. What I mean by that it is not a large fan that will move tons of air. However, it's actively eliminating things in the air that aggravate my allergies. I started waking up breathing easier within a few days. 2. It does make noise. I sleep with a fan on, so it soothes me to sleep. It's more of a hum, though. 3. I'm not crazy about the yearly filter replacement, but I'll deal. I'll take it over not being able to sleep. I couldn't be happier with the purifier. As someone that's struggled with allergies for years I can tell you I only hope products like these continue to get better and better.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great for allergies. I sleep a lot easier.;;Amazon Customer;;;We bought the replacement kit, but it caused our unit to stop working. Lights flash after installation. We followed the owner's manual, watched a YouTube instructional video, etc. We're doing everything correctly. This item is defective. I purchased it a couple of months before we needed to replace the chambers. Now the return window is closed. : {;;Reviewed in the United States on March 25, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Defective Item;;Susan;;;This is going to be a weird review, I think. I am a huge believer in having the best area possible in the areas of your home that you spend the most time in. More than that, I also think that you need to properly maintain/replace the filters... which makes the consumables cost worth considering when buying a purifier. My experience is made up of Winix (x4), RabbitAir (x1), Coway (x1), and AllerAir (x1). How would the mega expensive Airocide APS-200 PM 2.5 stack up? The APS-200 PM 2.5 arrives in a non-descript outer box, and a retail inner box. From there, you open the retail box, and are presented with a 20 page product pamphlet and a Styrofoam cap. Under the cap you find the air cleaner (sitting atop another Styrofoam cap). The packaging is adequate for the rigors of imperfect delivery, and my item arrived with no damage or dysfunction. As for the unit itself, you get what looks to be a veneered outer cabinet, the purifier as an insert, and the wrapped-for-travel grille. The unit comes pre-loaded with two Airocide APS-200 PM 2.5 cartridges (also available on Amazon). Once you unwrap the grille, you can put it on the perimeter magnets. The grille is a nice piece of mid-century modern-inspired art, with attractive, stamped perforations and other design touches. The cabinet looks good, but perhaps s step or two what you'd expect for the price. Finally, the rest of the unit is mostly made of plastic, with the interior of mine being red (instead of the orange some have mentioned). While the plastic does kind of further the "mod" type styling, it is not as nice as the rest of the material selections. Now we are to the operation of the air purifier! Once you plug in the unit (with its soft-touch, no-kink cord), you can use the power button on the back of the unit to turn it on. Once on, you have access to three (possibly capacative) buttons that control the fan speed of the unit... and that's basically it for the features. There's no wifi connectivity and iOS/Android app. There's no pollution/particulates sensor. The last part surprised me, since there's an "auto" fan speed mode... in competing products the fan speed is controlled by the level of pollution in the air. With the Airocide the fan speed (in auto) is controlled by the amount of LIGHT in the room! Ugh. They opted for that because the fan is EXTREMELY loud for an air cleaner. In "low" mode, the cleaner makes about the same frequency and volume of noise as a laser printer that just finished printing. In "high" mode it sounds like a laser printer that's printing, except without the paper handling noises. The low mode creates a conspicuous noise floor, but it's not an offensive or grating tone. The high mode, on the other hand, will never blend into the normal sound of a room. Though I didn't get an SPL reading, it's loud enough to have to have to alter your conversation volume within 5-10 feet of the unit. Should you think that the solution is just to run the machine in "low" mode, I would just submit that air cleaners work best when at their highest fan speed. While the pamphlet with the APS-200 PM 2.5 stated that you could use this for ANY size room, a little digging showed that the manufacturer stated that 600sqft was their max (and that's going to be if you're on "high"). No mention of the number of air changes per hour or CFM. So far, I haven't really made a case for the benefits of the APS-200 PM 2.5. Well, the unit is pretty - even compared to RabbitAir cleaners. The other benefit is that the cleaner uses a combination of UV light and a special catalyst. I'm not sure how it performs relative to other solutions, but it is DIFFERENT. However, if you're down for the "NASA technology", then you may want this cleaner. The cartridges are timebombed, so you HAVE to replace the filters when the unit says to. The cartridges aren't cheap, but they're not outrageous, either. I don't love that there isn't a washable prefilter. UPDATE: I've changed my rating from 3 stars to 4 stars, based on the manufacturer's response to my review. I didn't understand that this was meant to be SUPPLEMENTAL to more conventional air filtration processes. Through that lens, the total COST to clear your air goes up, but you get a much more COMPLETE purification.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 6, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Expensive, noisy, but special technology that you may want (See details);;C. Okamuro;;;Because Airocide's air purifying benefits and sound disturbance are personal, consider testing Airocide with its 60 days money-back offer or 30 days Amazon return. If beneficial, its five-year warranty will protect your investment. Despite Airocide's high price, using it costs less than most allergen medical relief methods. 5 stars for anyone who benefits. To test, here's what I suggest. Place Airocide in the bedroom and see if you can tolerate the 24/7 operational fan hum and the electricity and replacement filter costs. If dislike, further test by sealing off room's HVAC vents, close door, use Airocide for three hours before bed, and then smell test the bedroom. Here's why. Indoor air is usually filled with allergens and mild toxins, ranging from dust mites, pollens, fume particles from paint, varnish, carpeting, particleboard glue, endless… Indoor room air is usually dirtier than outdoor urban air. Allergists recommend using a sanctuary room to restore the body's immune system; for example, sleep in the above air-purified bedroom. Rested, the body's immune system can better resist the day's remaining 16 hours. Airocide's low hum sound is far less noisy than a window AC unit, my prior big round Honeywell HEPA filter, or wall AC units in better motels. However, I dislike sleeping with any sound. Using the above method of Airocide for 3 hours before sleep resulted in my waking more refreshed and less congested. Functionally, Airocide is very simple—a fan, a fancy filter, and minimal controls. For anything larger than a small one-bedroom apartment, I recommend first purchasing an entire-house, micro-allergen HVAC filter, as Filtrete, and then buy Airocide. Airocide is superior for a single room. Easy to assemble and operate, but expensive replacement filters. Well worth trying out for 60 days, trial period.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Has 60 days money-back trial; so give it a try!;;Chen Sun

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Delivery

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2019
Great for allergies. I sleep a lot easier.
I've got really bad allergies, so I got this on a recommendation from a friend. Here are a few things I've noticed a week after using it. 1. The unit silently works in the background. What I mean by that it is not a large fan that will move tons of air. However, it's actively eliminating things in the air that aggravate my allergies. I started waking up breathing easier within a few days. 2. It does make noise. I sleep with a fan on, so it soothes me to sleep. It's more of a hum, though. 3. I'm not crazy about the yearly filter replacement, but I'll deal. I'll take it over not being able to sleep. I couldn't be happier with the purifier. As someone that's struggled with allergies for years I can tell you I only hope products like these continue to get better and better.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Susan - Reviewed in the United States on March 25, 2020
Defective Item
We bought the replacement kit, but it caused our unit to stop working. Lights flash after installation. We followed the owner's manual, watched a YouTube instructional video, etc. We're doing everything correctly. This item is defective. I purchased it a couple of months before we needed to replace the chambers. Now the return window is closed. : {

4.0 out of 5 stars
By C. Okamuro - Reviewed in the United States on November 6, 2019
Expensive, noisy, but special technology that you may want (See details)
This is going to be a weird review, I think. I am a huge believer in having the best area possible in the areas of your home that you spend the most time in. More than that, I also think that you need to properly maintain/replace the filters... which makes the consumables cost worth considering when buying a purifier. My experience is made up of Winix (x4), RabbitAir (x1), Coway (x1), and AllerAir (x1). How would the mega expensive Airocide APS-200 PM 2.5 stack up? The APS-200 PM 2.5 arrives in a non-descript outer box, and a retail inner box. From there, you open the retail box, and are presented with a 20 page product pamphlet and a Styrofoam cap. Under the cap you find the air cleaner (sitting atop another Styrofoam cap). The packaging is adequate for the rigors of imperfect delivery, and my item arrived with no damage or dysfunction. As for the unit itself, you get what looks to be a veneered outer cabinet, the purifier as an insert, and the wrapped-for-travel grille. The unit comes pre-loaded with two Airocide APS-200 PM 2.5 cartridges (also available on Amazon). Once you unwrap the grille, you can put it on the perimeter magnets. The grille is a nice piece of mid-century modern-inspired art, with attractive, stamped perforations and other design touches. The cabinet looks good, but perhaps s step or two what you'd expect for the price. Finally, the rest of the unit is mostly made of plastic, with the interior of mine being red (instead of the orange some have mentioned). While the plastic does kind of further the "mod" type styling, it is not as nice as the rest of the material selections. Now we are to the operation of the air purifier! Once you plug in the unit (with its soft-touch, no-kink cord), you can use the power button on the back of the unit to turn it on. Once on, you have access to three (possibly capacative) buttons that control the fan speed of the unit... and that's basically it for the features. There's no wifi connectivity and iOS/Android app. There's no pollution/particulates sensor. The last part surprised me, since there's an "auto" fan speed mode... in competing products the fan speed is controlled by the level of pollution in the air. With the Airocide the fan speed (in auto) is controlled by the amount of LIGHT in the room! Ugh. They opted for that because the fan is EXTREMELY loud for an air cleaner. In "low" mode, the cleaner makes about the same frequency and volume of noise as a laser printer that just finished printing. In "high" mode it sounds like a laser printer that's printing, except without the paper handling noises. The low mode creates a conspicuous noise floor, but it's not an offensive or grating tone. The high mode, on the other hand, will never blend into the normal sound of a room. Though I didn't get an SPL reading, it's loud enough to have to have to alter your conversation volume within 5-10 feet of the unit. Should you think that the solution is just to run the machine in "low" mode, I would just submit that air cleaners work best when at their highest fan speed. While the pamphlet with the APS-200 PM 2.5 stated that you could use this for ANY size room, a little digging showed that the manufacturer stated that 600sqft was their max (and that's going to be if you're on "high"). No mention of the number of air changes per hour or CFM. So far, I haven't really made a case for the benefits of the APS-200 PM 2.5. Well, the unit is pretty - even compared to RabbitAir cleaners. The other benefit is that the cleaner uses a combination of UV light and a special catalyst. I'm not sure how it performs relative to other solutions, but it is DIFFERENT. However, if you're down for the "NASA technology", then you may want this cleaner. The cartridges are timebombed, so you HAVE to replace the filters when the unit says to. The cartridges aren't cheap, but they're not outrageous, either. I don't love that there isn't a washable prefilter. UPDATE: I've changed my rating from 3 stars to 4 stars, based on the manufacturer's response to my review. I didn't understand that this was meant to be SUPPLEMENTAL to more conventional air filtration processes. Through that lens, the total COST to clear your air goes up, but you get a much more COMPLETE purification.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Chen Sun - Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2019
Has 60 days money-back trial; so give it a try!
Because Airocide's air purifying benefits and sound disturbance are personal, consider testing Airocide with its 60 days money-back offer or 30 days Amazon return. If beneficial, its five-year warranty will protect your investment. Despite Airocide's high price, using it costs less than most allergen medical relief methods. 5 stars for anyone who benefits. To test, here's what I suggest. Place Airocide in the bedroom and see if you can tolerate the 24/7 operational fan hum and the electricity and replacement filter costs. If dislike, further test by sealing off room's HVAC vents, close door, use Airocide for three hours before bed, and then smell test the bedroom. Here's why. Indoor air is usually filled with allergens and mild toxins, ranging from dust mites, pollens, fume particles from paint, varnish, carpeting, particleboard glue, endless… Indoor room air is usually dirtier than outdoor urban air. Allergists recommend using a sanctuary room to restore the body's immune system; for example, sleep in the above air-purified bedroom. Rested, the body's immune system can better resist the day's remaining 16 hours. Airocide's low hum sound is far less noisy than a window AC unit, my prior big round Honeywell HEPA filter, or wall AC units in better motels. However, I dislike sleeping with any sound. Using the above method of Airocide for 3 hours before sleep resulted in my waking more refreshed and less congested. Functionally, Airocide is very simple—a fan, a fancy filter, and minimal controls. For anything larger than a small one-bedroom apartment, I recommend first purchasing an entire-house, micro-allergen HVAC filter, as Filtrete, and then buy Airocide. Airocide is superior for a single room. Easy to assemble and operate, but expensive replacement filters. Well worth trying out for 60 days, trial period.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2019
Great for allergies. I sleep a lot easier.
I've got really bad allergies, so I got this on a recommendation from a friend. Here are a few things I've noticed a week after using it. 1. The unit silently works in the background. What I mean by that it is not a large fan that will move tons of air. However, it's actively eliminating things in the air that aggravate my allergies. I started waking up breathing easier within a few days. 2. It does make noise. I sleep with a fan on, so it soothes me to sleep. It's more of a hum, though. 3. I'm not crazy about the yearly filter replacement, but I'll deal. I'll take it over not being able to sleep. I couldn't be happier with the purifier. As someone that's struggled with allergies for years I can tell you I only hope products like these continue to get better and better.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Susan - Reviewed in the United States on March 25, 2020
Defective Item
We bought the replacement kit, but it caused our unit to stop working. Lights flash after installation. We followed the owner's manual, watched a YouTube instructional video, etc. We're doing everything correctly. This item is defective. I purchased it a couple of months before we needed to replace the chambers. Now the return window is closed. : {

4.0 out of 5 stars
By C. Okamuro - Reviewed in the United States on November 6, 2019
Expensive, noisy, but special technology that you may want (See details)
This is going to be a weird review, I think. I am a huge believer in having the best area possible in the areas of your home that you spend the most time in. More than that, I also think that you need to properly maintain/replace the filters... which makes the consumables cost worth considering when buying a purifier. My experience is made up of Winix (x4), RabbitAir (x1), Coway (x1), and AllerAir (x1). How would the mega expensive Airocide APS-200 PM 2.5 stack up? The APS-200 PM 2.5 arrives in a non-descript outer box, and a retail inner box. From there, you open the retail box, and are presented with a 20 page product pamphlet and a Styrofoam cap. Under the cap you find the air cleaner (sitting atop another Styrofoam cap). The packaging is adequate for the rigors of imperfect delivery, and my item arrived with no damage or dysfunction. As for the unit itself, you get what looks to be a veneered outer cabinet, the purifier as an insert, and the wrapped-for-travel grille. The unit comes pre-loaded with two Airocide APS-200 PM 2.5 cartridges (also available on Amazon). Once you unwrap the grille, you can put it on the perimeter magnets. The grille is a nice piece of mid-century modern-inspired art, with attractive, stamped perforations and other design touches. The cabinet looks good, but perhaps s step or two what you'd expect for the price. Finally, the rest of the unit is mostly made of plastic, with the interior of mine being red (instead of the orange some have mentioned). While the plastic does kind of further the "mod" type styling, it is not as nice as the rest of the material selections. Now we are to the operation of the air purifier! Once you plug in the unit (with its soft-touch, no-kink cord), you can use the power button on the back of the unit to turn it on. Once on, you have access to three (possibly capacative) buttons that control the fan speed of the unit... and that's basically it for the features. There's no wifi connectivity and iOS/Android app. There's no pollution/particulates sensor. The last part surprised me, since there's an "auto" fan speed mode... in competing products the fan speed is controlled by the level of pollution in the air. With the Airocide the fan speed (in auto) is controlled by the amount of LIGHT in the room! Ugh. They opted for that because the fan is EXTREMELY loud for an air cleaner. In "low" mode, the cleaner makes about the same frequency and volume of noise as a laser printer that just finished printing. In "high" mode it sounds like a laser printer that's printing, except without the paper handling noises. The low mode creates a conspicuous noise floor, but it's not an offensive or grating tone. The high mode, on the other hand, will never blend into the normal sound of a room. Though I didn't get an SPL reading, it's loud enough to have to have to alter your conversation volume within 5-10 feet of the unit. Should you think that the solution is just to run the machine in "low" mode, I would just submit that air cleaners work best when at their highest fan speed. While the pamphlet with the APS-200 PM 2.5 stated that you could use this for ANY size room, a little digging showed that the manufacturer stated that 600sqft was their max (and that's going to be if you're on "high"). No mention of the number of air changes per hour or CFM. So far, I haven't really made a case for the benefits of the APS-200 PM 2.5. Well, the unit is pretty - even compared to RabbitAir cleaners. The other benefit is that the cleaner uses a combination of UV light and a special catalyst. I'm not sure how it performs relative to other solutions, but it is DIFFERENT. However, if you're down for the "NASA technology", then you may want this cleaner. The cartridges are timebombed, so you HAVE to replace the filters when the unit says to. The cartridges aren't cheap, but they're not outrageous, either. I don't love that there isn't a washable prefilter. UPDATE: I've changed my rating from 3 stars to 4 stars, based on the manufacturer's response to my review. I didn't understand that this was meant to be SUPPLEMENTAL to more conventional air filtration processes. Through that lens, the total COST to clear your air goes up, but you get a much more COMPLETE purification.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Chen Sun - Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2019
Has 60 days money-back trial; so give it a try!
Because Airocide's air purifying benefits and sound disturbance are personal, consider testing Airocide with its 60 days money-back offer or 30 days Amazon return. If beneficial, its five-year warranty will protect your investment. Despite Airocide's high price, using it costs less than most allergen medical relief methods. 5 stars for anyone who benefits. To test, here's what I suggest. Place Airocide in the bedroom and see if you can tolerate the 24/7 operational fan hum and the electricity and replacement filter costs. If dislike, further test by sealing off room's HVAC vents, close door, use Airocide for three hours before bed, and then smell test the bedroom. Here's why. Indoor air is usually filled with allergens and mild toxins, ranging from dust mites, pollens, fume particles from paint, varnish, carpeting, particleboard glue, endless… Indoor room air is usually dirtier than outdoor urban air. Allergists recommend using a sanctuary room to restore the body's immune system; for example, sleep in the above air-purified bedroom. Rested, the body's immune system can better resist the day's remaining 16 hours. Airocide's low hum sound is far less noisy than a window AC unit, my prior big round Honeywell HEPA filter, or wall AC units in better motels. However, I dislike sleeping with any sound. Using the above method of Airocide for 3 hours before sleep resulted in my waking more refreshed and less congested. Functionally, Airocide is very simple—a fan, a fancy filter, and minimal controls. For anything larger than a small one-bedroom apartment, I recommend first purchasing an entire-house, micro-allergen HVAC filter, as Filtrete, and then buy Airocide. Airocide is superior for a single room. Easy to assemble and operate, but expensive replacement filters. Well worth trying out for 60 days, trial period.