I received Honeywell’s True HEPA Air Purifier in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own.
I live in the Great Northwest. We have lots of moisture which leads to mold, and mildews. Then in the spring there is an explosion of pollen’s in the air. Both of these weather situations cause people with allergies to go crazy. I was hoping to receive this Honeywell’s True HEPA Air Purifier in time to use during one of these seasons. I just got it at the end of the main pollen season, and they say that you should not use it when all the windows are open. Which makes since because then you are filtering the world outside, not just your home.
When this unit first comes, it has everything you need for it to work. All you have to do is take the plastic off the filters and install them.
Once all the plastic has been removed you can easily follow the directions and arrows and the filters are in place and the Honeywell’s True HEPA Air Purifier is ready to be used.
This Honeywell’s True HEPA Air Purifier sells for 89.95 and can be purchased right from the company.
As far as filters go, they can be purchased right on the Kaz website. This page shows the filter options available for the model (HPA060) that I am sharing with you. The frequency of changing the filter depends on which filter you purchase, with some requiring a new filter after 3 months, and others up to one year. I hope this helps!
Honeywell wanted me to share the recent Air Genius Awards:
So how does air quality stack up in your area? The makers of Honeywell Air Purifiers recently worked with researchers to compile a list of US cities with the cleanest air. The top 5 cities with the cleanest air are as follows:
1. San Francisco, CA
2. Cape Coral, FL
3. Palm Bay, FL
4. Austin, TX
5. Boston, MA
The full list is included at the link below—where visitors will also have the chance to win a Honeywell True HEPA Air Purifier to keep air fresh and clean indoors. We also have tips for improving indoor air quality from microbiologist Dr. Ted Myatt.