Airgle 750 Air Purifier
Having been in the business now for many years, our company is constantly inundated by air purifier manufacturers with samples,
calls, and visits trying to persuade us to offer their air purifiers. The majority of the time we research the technology used, test
the units and politely say "no" when they fail our tests. What we want to know is: Will an air purifier perform as advertised? And if
so, how? And ultimately, does it add value? Upon testing this model, I am pleasantly surprised to say Airgle 750 air purifier is
What I like about the Airgle 750
- Easy-glide casters. With larger air purifiers this is essential, particularly if you need to move the unit from one room to the next.
- Night and dust sensor. You can set the Airgle 750 to automatically sense the light in the room and lower its speed when the lights go out
at bedtime. Other sensors give you up to the minute readings about pollutant levels and filter life.
- 4 stage filtration technology with 4 HEPA filters ensures 99.97% particle removal. With prefilters, HEPA filters, activated carbon filters and
antimicrobial filters, the Airgle 750 works to clean every aspect of particle allergens in your home.
- Large coverage area of just under 700 square feet with 6 air changes per hour. 6 air exchanges per hour is a standard for air cleaning
in most spaces, and the 750 has the CFM to meet this requirement even in very large rooms.
- Quiet and "Smart". Air purifiers have long suffered from being loud. The decibel level of the Airgle 750 is lower than most
comparable models, even on its higher fan speeds.
The high testing results the units achieved from the Association
of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM) are very difficult to reach. The Airgle 750 scored as high as possible for all three contaminants.
Equipped with light sensors, this unit will reduce fan speed at low lights. For the noise conscious sleeper this can be an
Despite having 12 filters, the four HEPA and two activated carbon filters are the only ones that need to be replaced. The
pre-filters and high airflow filters are all washable. The pre-filters are built into the larger filter housing so replacing the
HEPA and carbon filters amounts to using the small tabs to pull these out of the housing then inserting the new. Filter replacement
need only be done once a year under nominal conditions.
Being constructed of durable ABS plastic, the 750 feels as sturdy as any steel counterpart, and casters make moving it easy.
The construction also lends the unit a sleek appearance and glossy finish.
The programmable onboard computer with LED display, remote, variable timer, filter change indicator feature, and optional fragrance
cartridge all come together to make the unit more than ample to meet our customers most sophisticated needs.
What I do not like about the Airgle 750
The number of filters can seem a bit daunting, though once you get an idea of how they work and each fits, replacing them is not nearly
as confusing as it initially seems.
Despite its excellent particle and smoke filtration results, for someone dealing with VOCs, bacteria, viruses or large amounts of
cigarette smoke, this unit is likely not one the best suited for the task. You should opt for a model that features a large bed of activated carbon.
In all, the Airgle would be a great unit for someone concerned with high levels of particle contaminants, whether that be dust mite allergen,
pet dander, mold spores or other common household pollutants. The price can be a bit
much but for the customer who is willing to spend a little more for a top of the line unit with a laundry list of value added features
and matching results, the Airgle 750 is a perfect fit.