Did you know that the air in our homes can be up to 5 times more polluted than outside?? I didn’t know that either. That is CRAZY!
It makes me cringe to think about all of the germs/bacteria, dust, and pet dander that we are breathing in each day. Blueair recently launched their DustMagnet™ series
which quietly works with their HEPASilent technology to effectively remove such airborne particles from the air we breathe.
The new DustMagnet™ technology captures airborne dust particles like a magnet before they land on surfaces and floors! Which means I can spend less time dusting and vacuuming. Woohoo! When I say that I am impressed by my new air purifier…I MEAN IT. This baby puts in so much work…and looks great doing it.
Here are the things that Blueair’s DustMagnet™ is very quietly removing from the air my family is breathing each day :
- Airborne Pollen
Yep, IMPRESSIVE. It can capture particles as small as 0.1 microns!
Another thing that I really love about it is how sleek the design is. It is important to me that functional things in my home fit in seamlessly with my decor. The design of this air purifier is so nice! In fact, it can also function as a side table. This is a great option for those in smaller homes or apartments that wouldn’t usually have the room for a purifier.
I have the DustMagnet 5440i, which cleans up to 356 sq ft every 12.5 minutes!
*This vase has no water in it
And don’t worry, this baby is efficient as heck (and ultra quiet). It consumes less energy than a traditional light bulb on the lowest setting! It’s just the cherry on top knowing that I can place one in many spots throughout my home because it looks more like furniture and less like a traditional air purifier.
The smart sensor monitors real time air quality conditions and auto-adjusts accordingly. I can also monitor this through the Blueair App, making it easy to keep
an eye on how clean the air is my room.
During this time of the year, Blueair has help me rest know that my family is getting clean air! It’s a must have to have this winter season.