Thursday, 12 February 2015

Review: Fellows Air Purifier

I really suffer with air impurities. I know this sounds daft, but dust, dust mites, anything like that gets in the air and I breathe it in I have had it. I really triggers my asthma and it can be quite unbearable. I am quite keen on dusting, steaming and hoovering to make sure that I do as much as possible to limit the amount of dust and impurities in the air.

I was very pleased to receive this Felllows Air Purifier for review. I got this just before Christmas and as you know we have been renovating our bathroom. This has meant that dust and grout and whatever else has been in the air all around from taking the tiles off the wall. Even downstairs was covered with a layer of dust - it has been a total nightmare!

However, this has been the perfect opportunity for us to test this air purifier out. I am usually a bit sceptical about things like this - I am a bit of an old fashioned damp cloth and mop person, but I was very keen to give this a go. The Fellowes AeraMax DX55 Air Purifier is designed to purify the air around you and can removes cigarette smoke, dust and odours.

It has a filter inside and basically works like a fan, drawing all of the impurities out of the air into the filter.



We have been using this on and off now for about a month. I can honestly say I have definitely noticed a difference. I have not been as wheezy when I wake up, and I haven't once woken up in fits if sneezes as was happening before, especially when we were at the height of chipping away the bathroom tiles! It is not too noisy - there is a slight whirring sound to it, but nothing that would disturb you. 

These retail from around £250, so they are a bit pricey - but worth the investment if you do suffer with allergens in the air.

We were sent this product free of charge for the purpose of this review, all words and views are my own.


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