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Honeywell True HEPA Tower Allergen Remover Review/Giveaway

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Spring time means allergy time so when we were offered the Honeywell True HEPA Tower Allergen Remover we were pretty excited to review this item.

The Honeywell True HEPA Tower Allergen Remover is the #1 allergist recommended air purifier which captures 99.97% of microscopic airborne allergens, including pollen and mold spores, from the air that passes through its filters – and an added bonus is it helps reduce common household odors too.  I am not able to see the allergens being removed from the air but I can tell you that it does reduce household odors for sure and we have put that through the test many times while cooking bacon and other foods.  For typical everyday use we set it on number one but when cooking bacon or something we know may stink up the house we crank it up to number two or three and let the activated carbon filter work its magic and I can tell you from experience it works like a champ.

I am not sure if Sabreena, Shaun or Shae have allergies but once the spring weather hits they do get the runny nose and sneezing fits so that is another reason we got the Honeywell True HEPA Tower Allergan Remover for review.  I like that it captures 99.97& of microscopic airborne allergens so it helps reduce their sneezing attacks as well and helps with their runny noses.

From the time you open the box until the time you plug it in it requires a total of less than five minutes.  All I needed to do was open the front cover and remove the plastic that was on the HEPA filter as well as on the carbon filter, reinstall the front cover, plug it in and select what cleaning level I wanted and that was it.

One of the features that the Honeywell True HEPA Tower Allergan Remover has that I like and absolutely need is an electronic filter replacement reminder.  Between the fridge water filter, sink water filter, fish tank filter and now the Honeywell filters I am about to lose my mind so I am happy that the Honeywell will display a light once a filter needs to be replaced.  The good thing is the HEPA filter need replacing once every twelve months and the activated carbon every three so I have a little time before I need to replace any filter which is a good thing.

Here are a few features that I may have missed:

  • True HEPA filter captures up to 99.97% of microscopic allergens, 0.3 microns or larger.
  • Activated carbon pre-filter helps reduce unpleasant odors.
  • Has manual controls, 3 cleaning levels, and an electronic filter monitor.
  • Circulates room air up to 5 times an hour.

So far I am extremly impressed and happy that I have Honeywell True HEPA Tower Allergen Remover in our home and am looking forward to having it for many years to come.

If you are interested in getting one of these for yourself they are available at Target and Walmart and retail for about  $190.

One lucky Look What Mom Found…and Dad too reader will get a chance to win a Honeywell True HEPA Tower Allergen Remover of their own.  All you need to do is head over to Honeywell and tell me something you learned while on their site.

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