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AirDoctor is an air purifier that's made for at-home use. It's specified that it will typically circulate air throughout a room of up to 900 square feet, such as a living room, three times per hour. While some air purifiers have only been designed to remove harmful air particles from the air, this one has been designed to reduce the presence of other harmful substances, such as gaseous chemical compounds, too. Each purifier contains three filters that each have been deemed suitable for a specific purpose.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of AirDoctor is $629.00 plus $29.95 shipping for a total price of $658.95.

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How It Works

Every AirDoctor air purifier contains three filters, starting with the pre-filter on the outside of each. This filter will have the task of removing larger potential pollutants, such as pollen, mold, and dust, from the air in your immediate environment. Meanwhile, the carbon gas trap filter, which will rest just behind the first one, has been included for the purpose of sucking up Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) like formaldehyde. Finally, the device's innermost filter, the ultra HEPA filter, will remove tiny particles, such as those arising from bacteria and viruses like H1N1 (otherwise known as the Swine Flu). Working together, all three filters will be able to eliminate up to 99.99 percent of the pollutants from an indoor environment, which will likely lead to improved breathing and enhanced overall health for you.


  • White

    Each of these air purifiers is white with dark gray accents, so each one will look quite nice with the decor in virtually any room. While they've been designed primarily for use within the home, one of these appliances won't look out of place in an office environment, either.

  • Quiet Fans

    It's stated that the fans within each appliance are 30 percent quieter than the fans in most air purifiers, and more specifically, they should sound whisper-quiet as they run. That means your air purifier shouldn't disturb you as you carry on conversations, watch television, or listen to music nearby.

  • Sealed System

    An air purifier can be rendered ineffective if polluted air is able to pass through leaks in the appliance, instead of passing through the appliance's filters. Fortunately, each AirDoctor appliance is completely sealed off, so any polluted air will literally have to pass through all the filters for cleaning purposes before re-entering your environment.

  • Air Quality Monitor

    This particular appliance also contains an air quality monitor, which will display a green circle if the quality is good, a yellow circle if it's OK, and a red circle if it's poor. If you use your purifier on the automatic mode, the appliance will automatically adjust its speed from low to medium to high, as the air quality worsens. It'll do the same thing, in the opposite direction, as the air quality improves. Those users who like to manually change their own settings can do the exact same thing on their own.

  • Filter Replacement Reminder

    When you need to replace the carbon filter or the HEPA filter within your device, a light will light up on the appliance's display panel to let you know. The pre-filter will never need to be replaced, as you'll be able to vacuum it or hand-wash it when it gets too dirty. However, you should inspect it at least every few weeks to determine whether it's still clean.

Positive Points

  • Works Quickly

    Although the AirDoctor is also suitable for larger rooms, it'll work incredibly quickly in small rooms, sometimes clearing the air in as little as 30 seconds. Regardless of the original quality of your air, you'll likely be able to enjoy a cleaner breathing experience within minutes, no matter what room or enclosed space you're in. This appliance's efficiency may be especially beneficial if someone lights up a cigarette or sprays perfume into the air, and others in the environment would rather not breathe in the smoke or fragrance.

  • May Improve General Health

    If you have to spend a lot of time in a polluted indoor environment, you may quickly (or even gradually) develop cold-like symptoms such as coughing, a sore throat, and itchy eyes. Over time, if you regularly spend hours in such an environment, you might end up with a harsher long-term health condition, such as lung disease or cancer. By cleaning the air around you so that it contains as little pollution as possible, though, your AirDoctor will help you avoid these damaging short-term and long-term health effects.

  • Could Help Fight Covid-19

    While this appliance hasn't been tested with Covid-19 particles, it may be able to suck them up and remove them from an indoor environment. It's been designed to eliminate virus particles that are as small as 0.1 microns from the air, and Covid-19 particles are 0.125 microns in size. That means you may reduce your chances of catching the virus by adding at least one AirDoctor to your household, and the same goes for other people who spend time in your home.

Negative Points

  • Fairly Large Appliance

    While the AirDoctor isn't enormous, it's a fairly large appliance—just a bit bigger than most mini-fridges. If you're looking for an air purifier that'll take up hardly any space in a small bedroom or apartment, it may be better to go with another option, even if it's not as powerful. People with a low level of physical strength might also find it tiring to move this appliance around their home, and may have to ask for help with doing so.

  • Might Use Lots of Electricity

    Another drawback of using this appliance is that due to its size and power, it may consume a lot of electricity while it's plugged in and turned on. You can always turn it off and unplug it when you're not using it, but then you might return to a room that's been filled with polluted air again and again. Operating it with batteries isn't an option, so you'll need to be sure you have enough electrical outlets to run it in your chosen space, and adequate financial resources to cover the costs.

Critical Advice

Some households might choose to obtain just one AirDoctor, but there's no limit as to how many you can use at once. In fact, if you have a large home that tends to have poor air quality, it may be a good idea to get one purifier for almost every room. If you install one in each bedroom in the home, you may find that everyone in the household starts getting much better sleep at night.

Save Money

If you often take over-the-counter allergy medication or visit your doctor to obtain prescription meds for allergies or asthma, you may not need as much of it once you start using AirDoctor. This appliance may remove so many pollutants from your environment that you'll be able to breathe better and feel good without quite as much medication.

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Wise Advice

Do not buy AirDoctor online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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