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NUK Hepa-Type Air Purifier Review: Who Is This For?

NUK Hepa-Type Air Purifier Review

One glance and you’ll easily notice that the NUK Hepa-Type air purifier is similar in shape with the Holmes HAP600-U. They’re both egg-shaped. However, you can as easily tell them apart because of the presence of the NUK logo on the former’s exterior, just below the indicator lights.

In this NUK Hepa-Type air purifier review, we give you the feedback of previous consumers about this product, including its key features to expect, and our recommendation whether or not it’s a “buy” or a “forget it.”

Key Features of the NUK Air Purifier

First, it has a HEPA-type filter, not a True HEPA. That said, although it can effectively remove 99% of airborne pollutants, this might be something to consider if you’re used to an air purifier with a True HEPA filter, which removes up to 99.97% of particles.

The NUK’s filter is classified as “permanent,” so it doesn’t require replacements, thereby helping you to save hundreds of dollars.

Next, it comes with a Child Resistant Plug Lock, a useful safety feature that ensures the plug to be locked in place, ideal for homes with toddlers.

It also comes with an amber nightlight that can be turned off, which is said to be a better color for sleeping compared to blue or white light. There’s also an optional ionizer, and 3 speed settings to choose from.

According to the manufacturer, the NUK Hepa-Type air purifier is designed to work for small rooms of up to 120 square feet.

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Consumer Feedback: NUK Hepa-Type Air Purifier Review

Here’s a summary of what previous buyers have said about their unit.

Performance

When it comes to odor, the NUK Hepa-Type air purifier can help reduce bad smells. One person said that their house smells like dogs except the room that this air purifier is installed in. Another person said this unit helped them get rid of wildfire smoke.

This can also help alleviate congestion problems, as reported by one buyer. He said that in the first week of using this air purifier, he can already tell that there’s an improvement in the breathing of her daughter.

Noise

How loud is this air purifier when it’s up and running?

While the manufacturer hasn’t provided an exact decibel reading/rating, previous buyers say that there is a distinct white noise that this air purifier makes.

This may or may not be a useful thing. Some people don’t like it, but some use this noise as a background to lull themselves to sleep. One person said that this white noise helps her toddler sleep soundly at night. One person has described this to be a “calming sound.”

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Our Recommendation: NUK Hepa-Type Air Purifier Review

Who is this air purifier for? Here’s our recommendation.

If you’re looking for a portable air purifier that can help with your child’s breathing problems, plus help them sleep at night, then the NUK Hepa-Type air purifier is for you.