Best Air Purifiers to buy online in India in November 2019

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Currently, the hottest topic to talk about among Indians is the polluted air its Delhi-NCR is breathing in. It is that time of the year when the air quality in the country deteriorates at a massive speed. Which is why you’re here looking for the best air purifiers to purchase in India online. 

Lately, there is a sudden change in the weather, which can be felt and seen as well. While its a national issue among metro cities in the country, the Delhi-NCR is especially prone to Air Pollution. We have brought you a list of best air purifiers according to the price category ranging below Rs 10,000 to above Rs 30,000. Entry-level to medium to premium 

Here you can find we have divided it into three sections; entry, mid and premium levels. Further, we have made it easier for you to compare the options available in that price category. Let’s dive into the details. 

Here are a few things you should know before buying an Air Purifier in India

What is Pre-filter?

A pre-filter in the air purifier is used to filter out the PM10 particles, which refers to the large particles of 10 micrometers in size. These filters can be washed as the particles are relatively visible and get stuck on the filter from outside. 

What is a HEPA filter?

This is the most crucial part of an Air Purifier. Period. The HEPA filter works on PM2.5 particles, which are the finer particles, size of 2.5 micrometers in size. They are small enough that they can enter undetected into our lungs and cause damage to them. Unlike pre-filter, this filter needs to be replaced after a certain period, since they are not supposed to be washed. 

What is CADR?

It is an acronym for Clean Air Delivery Rate. This essentially shows a numerical value of how many specific particles to be removed from the air. Or putting it easier, the CADR value showcases how fast the air purifier can clean the air within a particular size room. For example, an air purifier with a CADR rating of 400 cubic metres will clean a room of 400 Square feet much faster than an air purifier with CADR of only 300 cubic metres. 

Now that you’ve learned the meaning of these Air Purification terminologies, let’s start. 

Best Air Purifiers in India – Entry Price Range – Below Rs 10,000

Air Purifier Model

Wattage

(W)

Coverage Area

(Square Feet)

CADR

(Cubic Metre)

Display

Price

(Rs)

Buy Here

Philips AC1215/20

50

333

270

Yes

9,999

  LINK

Mi Air Purifier 2C

29

452

350

No

6,499

  LINK

Honeywell HAC25M1201W

53

322

250

No

7,999

 LINK

KENT Aura

45

290

180

No

6,784

 LINK

Hindware Moonbow

55

400

215

No

5,999

 LINK

Best Air Purifiers in India – Mid Price Range – Rs 10,000 – Rs 20,000

Air Purifier Model

Wattage

(W)

Coverage Area

(Square Feet)

CADR

(Cubic Metre)

Display

Price

(Rs)

Buy Here

Honeywell Air Touch

N/A

450

300

No

19,999

 LINK

TruSense Z-2000

28

375

N/A

Yes, LED Touch

16,999

 LINK

Havells Freshia

80

755

350

Yes

13,999

 LINK

Philips AC2887/20

60

441

333

Yes

16,833

 LINK

Blue Star BS-AP490LAN

88

490

318 -915

Yes

11,790

 LINK

Best Air Purifiers in India – Premium Price Range – Rs 20,000 and above 

Air Purifier Model

Wattage

(W)

Coverage Area

(Square Feet)

CADR

(Cubic Metre)

Display

Price

(Rs)

Buy Here

Philips AC3256/20

N/A

505

393

Yes, Touch

24,949

 LINK

Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower

58

N/A

70

No

29,900

 LINK

Coway Storm AP-1516

45

575

492

No

44,900

 LINK

Sharp KC-G40M-W

N/A

350

306

Yes

34,500

 LINK

Honeywell Air Touch-P

65

452

450

No

23,356

 LINK

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