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Puripod Air Purifier review

£25.00 Typical price

First look

Key features
  • No HEPA filter
Reviewed

The Puripod Air purifier is an ionic air purifier, without a fan or filter. It's small and cheap, so might appeal if you don't have a large home or budget. You can plug it into any ventilated room in your house, where it should clean the air through ionisation. We tried it out to see whether it's worth buying, or whether you should save your money towards a traditional air purifier. 

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Test results

The overall Which? test score is made up of the following star ratings, all determined by our rigorous lab tests.

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We have tested 37 air purifiers and found that there are 7 Don't Buys and 9 Best Buys.
Range of Air purifier scores
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  2. 60%
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  3. 85%
    Highest score
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