Partu BS-10 True HEPA Air Purifier

  • Straight up mows down 99.97% of air contaminants
  • Has a really easy-to-use (and effective) child lock
  • An LED will tell you what the air quality in a room is and the purifier will adjust power based on that, so you don’t waste energy
  • Good for small to medium-size rooms (Effective area: 215sqft/10m²)
  • Replacement filters available here
  • Here’s a written review, or a video review if that’s more your thing
  • Can it make pod coffee: no, but it can make it so you don’t smell last Thursday’s pod coffee
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The Air Up In There

Everyone knows the best time to buy something is in its “off-season.” That’s why you get great deals on swimsuits in November and winter coats in May. But when is the optimal time to buy an air purifier?

Right now.

Think about it: we’ve emerged from the cold, dark depths of winter, but we have not yet reached the molten core of summer. In other words, we’re getting into the time when it’s no longer cold enough to run the heater, yet not warm enough to turn on the AC. Which means you don’t have a use for a fancy air purifier, because you’ve already got the old-school one: an open window. Hence, this is the air purifier’s “off-season.”

Speaking of windows, they’re actually why you need an air purifier more than ever these days. They’re just too good and efficient! Doors too. They’re weather-sealed and better than ever, so the heated or cooled air can’t escape. Some other things that can’t escape: the smells, the smoke, the allergens, the dust, all that good stuff. And by good stuff, we mean bad stuff.

We hadn’t really thought about that, to be honest: how increased energy efficiency could lead to crummier inside air. But we read it in NerdTechy’s in-depth review of the Partu air purifier we’re selling today.

Here are some helpful tidbits we gleaned about this thing from them:

  • The child lock is easy-to-use and effective.

  • The Partu will increase and decrease its power level depending on the air quality, to save energy. (Also, it lets you know about the air quality with an LED indicator.)

  • Its filter lasts a while, so you don’t have to change it often.

  • It’s really best for small spaces. Aka, maybe more of a bedroom purifier than an open concept living room/kitchen/dining room air purifier.

  • No timers, which is kind of a bummer.

Still, neither of these last two points were enough to detract much from NerdTechy’s final rating, 8.5 out of 10.

So get one for yourself before you have to close the windows and lock all the stink (and allergens) inside for the whole summer.

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