The biggest air purifying appliance that I’ve tested was the new P3P Air purifier.
I’m not a fan of the large air intake on the unit, so I’ve been happy with the other models.
P3A’s intake is a bit smaller than the P3R, which is nice if you’re going to be in an air conditioned environment.
However, it has more of a throaty noise than P3T, which I feel is a drawback.
P4P is my favorite because it’s the only one of the bunch that’s really designed to purify air in your home.
It comes with a series of filters that work together, and there’s also a thermostat that automatically adjusts to your temperature.
P5P and P6P are similar in terms of design, and they both have a single filter, but the P6C is larger and has a built-in fan.
The P6A has the same design, but it’s much smaller, with a smaller air intake.
I’ve tried them all, and I really like P6S.
I really enjoy the air filter, and the thermostats are really helpful for controlling temperature.
I don’t think P6 is the best option for a cold climate apartment.
There are better air purification options, though, including the P5T and P5X.
If you’re looking for a big air purger that can purify in less than 10 minutes, the P4S might be the one for you.
Pros Small, sleek, and has good airflow.
Cons Very quiet, but no fan, no thermostatic control, and no air filter.
Cons Only one filter and no fan.
Cons You can’t adjust the temperature.
Cons Not a fan.
Pros Cool and efficient.
Cons Large intake, but doesn’t purify.
Cons Loud, throaty air.
Pros Great airflow, no fan and noisy.
Cons Needs a fan to circulate air.
The Best Air Purifier for Your Needs Pros Coolest, quietest air purging.
Pros Has built-on fans to adjust temperature.
Pros Runs off a battery.
Cons Has no air purifietion control.
Pros The best air purifiying option.
Pros Comes with multiple filters.