• Delhi air pollution: Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2 to Philips 3000 series, the air purifiers to consider

    Delhi air pollution continues: Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2 and more, the top options to consider. ( Image Source: PTI)
    Delhi’s air remains polluted nearly 4 days after Diwali with PM2.5 levels crossing 900 per cubic metre, while PM 10 levels were also in the near 900 mark in various parts of the city. In most cities such pollution levels would be enough to call for a complete shut down, but of course in Delhi life goes on. The only solution appears to be investing in an air purifier, which of course is temporary relief.
    In our own case, we’ve seen two air eurifiers (a Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2 and a Phillips AC4025 40 Watt Air Purifier) struggling to cope with Delhi’s smog inside a bedroom. At best, the PM2.5 level falls to 250 after the peak of 600. For now it doesn’t look like the smog is going away anytime soon, and getting an Air Purifier, at leas…

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  • Blueair announces two new air purifiers in India

    Blue uses a new 360-degree air intake approach for purification and boost particle retention (Source: Blueair)
    Blueair has announced the launch of two new air purifiers in India. The company has also announced a major expansion of company’s retail network in Delhi and Mumbai and plans to roll out its products into other major cities.
    Blueair says it has leadership in the Indian indoor air cleaning market and with the latest launch, the company is consolidating its position in the industry. Blueair says its air purifiers are hyper efficient, affordable and support IoT enhancements. The company is strengthening its product portfolio in India’s growing air purifier market.
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    “Our mission at Blueair is to help Indian women, children and men confront the health challenges posed by rising air pollu…

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  • Xiaomi plans to bring Air Purifiers to India next

    Xiaomi has limited the focus to smartphones in India, unlike rival LeEco, which recently introduced its Mi TV here. (Image: Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier)
    Xiaomi plans to launch their air-purifiers in Indian market soon. “Now, we can say we will launch air-purifiers in India,” Xiaomi India head Manu Jain said when asked about products the company was planning to introduce beside mobiles this year. He, however, did not mention any specific date for the launch or pricing details. Xiaomi in China offers a range of products from Air Purifiers to Water Purifiers to the Mi TV, a recently launched Mi Notebook Air, and even a Mi Pen. However, in India, Xiaomi has limited the focus to smartphones, unlike rival LeEco, which recently introduced its Mi TV in India.
    In his interaction with PTI, Jain also declined to comment on the launch of Mi TV…

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  • Kent Aura, Eternal air purifiers launched at Rs 15,000 and Rs 22,000 respectively

    Kent has announced a range of HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) based air purifiers- Aura and Eternal- priced at Rs 15,000 and Rs 22,000 respectively.
    Kent has announced a range of HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) based air purifiers- Aura and Eternal- priced at Rs 15,000 and Rs 22,000 respectively. The HEPA filters can trap particles like PM 2.5 particulates, pollen, dust and odors like cigarette smoke or pet odor.
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    The Kent Aura air purifier uses dust sensors to monitor the quality of air. It cleanses the air silently and is capable of purifying air in a 270 sq ft room. The air purifier removes dust, allergens, chemicals, viruses, odors, and other indoor air pollutants using the HEPA dust collection technology. It comes with an inbuilt ionizer that keeps the air fresh. Also, it is pre-equipped wit…

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