Philips AC2889/60 review
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The Philips AC2889/60 air purifier has a three-filter system, an AeraSense function for providing live data about the quality of the air in your room, a timer, and a night mode, and it can be controlled from an app on your smartphone. How did this feature-packed air purifier fare in our polluted test chamber? Read our full review to find out.
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