We talk a lot about clean air these days, but often overlook our own homes. Several weeks ago, I installed a complimentary Airfree Tulip 1000 air purifier in my daughter’s room, and will share with you our thoughts on this compact device.
From repeated bouts of childhood croup to seasonal allergies, Catherine has had her fair shares of issues when it comes to breathing. Restorative sleep isn’t something she can always count on. We were both eager to see if Airfree made a noticeable difference in the air quality.
The Airfree Tulip uses heat to combat microorganisms and impurities. It’s designed to help those with allergies, asthma and respiratory allergies. Using convection, air is drawn into the Airfree ceramic core and destroyed at high temperatures. That means it’s an active, not passive, process. It delivers clean, sterile air in return. You really can just turn it on and forget about it. The thermodynamic process is quiet and nontoxic, and won’t interfere with your home’s humidity levels.
The colored night light is a really neat feature; cycle through 10 different colors with the touch of a finger. It makes a pretty nightlight next to Catherine’s bed in the evening. The light is optional so you can turn it completely off.
Energy consumption is low at just 44 watts. Airfree Tulip 1000 is made in Europe and includes a 2 year warranty. Best of all, the Tulipuses filterless technology. It treats rooms up to 450 square feet. With a sleek and unobtrusive design, it won’t fight with your decor or be a space hog.
The Pros: Catherine told me she was sleeping better after just one week. Out of curiosity, I peeked in on her one night and noticed that the noisy breathing is gone. We’ve now been using the unit for nearly a month and are totally sold on the Airfree Tulip. I wish I had gotten something like this for her room years ago. As a bonus, because she’s sleeping better she’s also getting up earlier, sometimes even before her Mama!
The Cons: At just over $200, this purifier is pricey, but you won’t be spending money on filters so it definitely pays for itself. I’m not sure how effective it is for larger particles like mold and dander as compared to a traditional HEPA filter. We don’t have those particular issues, so I couldn’t test for it.
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