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    Recommended Purifier for bedroom and Asthma?

    Hi,

    Could someone recommend a good purifier that helps with asthma for a bedroom? I would appreciate your help

    Many Thanks,

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    After researching them for ages (to help with my own asthma) I went for a Vax model; Vax AP02 Air Purifier. It's a shame as you've not long missed out on a decent sale there - I picked it up for £70. I purchased the medium size, but the model is also available in small or large. Depending on the size of the bedroom, the small sized one should generally cover it though the medium is currently on offer for the same price as the small version. The reason I went for this particular purifier is because it was the only one I came across that was approved by allergy UK/asthma UK, so I put some trust into that and the reviews were pretty good. Worthwhile googling the model as they can often turn up on argos, ect with money off. I'm only recently diagnosed with asthma and it's awful, so I really hope this helps. It's early days, but i've definitely noticed a difference in air quality with the vax one! Also, it's light and portable and not too noisy to sleep with when on the lowest setting. The highest setting would be like sleeping in a wind tunnel, but good for leaving on for an hour or two before you get to bed.
    Edited by: "mintcrisp" 3rd Nov 2016

    Original Poster

    You're a star, much appreciated for your detailed information...will go and ahead purchase this one as recommended...I know £30 more but it's cool, end of the day as long as it useful for long term all good, I'll see how it is after of couple of weeks of using it.

    mintcrisp

    After researching them for ages (to help with my own asthma) I went for a … After researching them for ages (to help with my own asthma) I went for a Vax model; Vax AP02 Air Purifier. It's a shame as you've not long missed out on a decent sale there - I picked it up for £70. I purchased the medium size, but the model is also available in small or large. Depending on the size of the bedroom, the small sized one should generally cover it though the medium is currently on offer for the same price as the small version. The reason I went for this particular purifier is because it was the only one I came across that was approved by allergy UK/asthma UK, so I put some trust into that and the reviews were pretty good. Worthwhile googling the model as they can often turn up on argos, ect with money off. I'm only recently diagnosed with asthma and it's awful, so I really hope this helps. It's early days, but i've definitely noticed a difference in air quality with the vax one! Also, it's light and portable and not too noisy to sleep with when on the lowest setting. The highest setting would be like sleeping in a wind tunnel, but good for leaving on for an hour or two before you get to bed.


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