Blueair makes some of the top hybrid filtration units in the industry when it comes to indoor air cleaning. The Blueair Classic series makes use of a well-engineered ionization method that helps to reduce air pollution by using HEPA and carbon filters. The Blueair Classic 605 is a fantastic choice if you want a large air purifier with high-end capabilities. Read the following Blueair Classic 605 Air Purifier review to learn more about this device.
Blueair Classic 605 Air Purifier Review
In the first part of the Blueair Classic 605 Air Purifier review, we will refer to its price. The Blueair Classic 605 is the flagship of the Blueair Classic series, and it is a far better air purifier than its brother, the Classic 405. That said, the $829 price tag on this air purifier might well be worth.
The Classic 605 is housed in simple, appealing packaging that includes product material and a quick start guide to help owners get up and running quickly. Blueair items are made in Sweden and are well-made, with the useful and stylish design that Swedish products are recognized for.
The Classic 605 from Blueair is designed for somewhat big spaces that require a powerful purifier. The machine uses two side air intakes and one bottom air inlet to pull air through an internal inonizer, pre-filter, activated carbon filter, and HEPA filter before returning cleaned air out the mesh grate on the top and upper sides of the unit.
The purifier is 26′′ (h) x 13′′ (w) x 20′′ (d) and fits easily in most living spaces; but, if you have a small bedroom, the 605 will take up a large corner.
The ionization module of the machine helps to cut down on the amount of filter material required to properly remove particulates from the air. Particles are charged and drawn to fibers within the carbon and HEPA filter array after passing through the ionizer.
Only three units of the same air filter are available with the Blueair Classic 605.
Particle Filter/DualProtection Filter: Choose from a Particle Filter that can capture 99.97 percent of pollutants such as pollen, dust, pet dander, mold spores, viruses, and bacteria down to 0.1 microns, or a DualProtection Filter that can capture 99.97 percent of pollutants such as viruses and bacteria down to 0.1 microns. Otherwise, you can pay a little more for a DualProtection Filter, which is most likely a mixture of True HEPA and Activated Carbon Filters.
For the air filter on this Blueair Classic 605, you have two alternatives. A standard Blueair Particle Filter, with thermally bonded fibers combining polypropylene and polyethylene, is a more economical option. This air filter is chemical-free and antibacterial by nature. Blueair Classic 605 can also catch airborne contaminants as small as 0.1 microns thanks to its unique HEPASilent technology. This HEPA filter has the maximum efficiency for the money.
The great part is that all Blueair products are quiet owing to HEPASilent technology. This technology can significantly minimize the amount of noise produced by the fan at its lowest setting. However, it will not be able to lessen the noise produced by a large room air purifier such as the Blueair Classic 605.
The Blueair Classic 605 operates in HEPASilent mode at its lowest setting, which emits only 33 decibels, which is even lower than the noise level in a library. The Blueair Classic 605’s lowest noise level is still higher than most mid-range or high-range air purifiers, such as the Rabbit Air MinusA2 or the Austin Air HealthMate Plus.
The noise level can reach 62 dB on the highest setting (db). The noise level of a traditional three-fan-speed air purifier is a little higher than average.
Power consumption is one of the most important factors to consider when purchasing an air purifier, and Blueair air purifiers consistently outperform their competitors.
With HEPASilent technology, the Blueair Classic 605 can use as little as 15 watts of power. Unfortunately, switching to the highest setting will increase the power consumption to 100 watts.
Blueair Classic 605 is extremely energy-efficient, with an average power use of 60 watts with all of its power and features, earning it the coveted Energy Star designation. The Alen BreatheSmart 75i uses only 45 watts at its highest setting, making it a significantly more energy-efficient gadget.
You just have to pay between $21 and $36 a year to run a Blueair Classic 605 for 8 hours each day, depending on which mode you use the most.