Sleep with a quiet OVAL AIR purifier


Pure, fresh air not only energizes you, makes you more creative and helps you make better decisions in the daytime, it also helps you sleep better at night, so you wake up refreshed. And, since we spend a third of our time in bed, the bedroom is the most important room in the house when it comes to getting rid of allergens and asthma triggers.

But what about fan noise? Who wants to trade allergies for insomnia? Everyone has a different tolerance and preference for noise, but an air purifier for the bedroom that produces too much noise for you can affect your ability to rest, dream and enjoy the full benefits of breathing clean air. That’s why, when choosing an air purifier, one of your first questions should be “how quiet is it?”

This is actually one of the most difficult parameters to compare in the air purifier market since there are a variety of decibel scales used. At Blueair, we use dB(A) values (decibel with A-weighted value) since we believe it to be the best rating for perceived sound level. What is often overlooked is that the absolute value of the noise is just part of the equation.


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