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Old 04-04-2009, 08:38 PM   #1
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Question Air Cleaner Recommendations??

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My Honeywell HEPA air cleaner just crapped out after 4 years and Im wondering what a good replacement would be.
It should be able to take care of a room about 20x15. I dont care about the noise. Infact I rather enjoy white noise. Also, I have MAX of $180 to spend.

I have allergies to a dog that Im living with. Long story there.

Im not sure if getting another Honeywell is the best way to go quality-wise and $$$ wise.

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Re: Air Cleaner Recommendations

I'm not sure what the "best" cleaner is. I'm enjoying my Oreck though. It is pretty expensive, but I was lucky enough to find a great sale on one last year.

 
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Re: Air Cleaner Recommendations

The Honeywell HEPA air cleaners have worked well for us and they're about the most affordable option out there. As long as you get a true HEPA filter you should be fine.

 
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Re: Air Cleaner Recommendations

Gottcha! Honeywell is the best I guess. Well the best for the $$$$

 
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