Honeywell HHT-011 HEPA Clean Compact Air Purifier, 85 sq. ft.
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- 3 air cleaning settings
- Filter clean reminder lets you know when the filter needs to be cleaned
- Optional On/off ionizer
- Place in horizontal or vertical position for tighter spaces
- To ensure stated product performance, use only Genuine Honeywell Replacement Filters.
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The HEPA Clean Compact Air Purifier offers low maintenance, effective air cleaning with a permanent HEPA-Type filter. The 3-stage filtration system first helps clean the air by using a washable pre-filter to capture large airborne particles. It then passes through the permanent HEPA-Type filter, capturing up to 95% of microscopic particles such as mold, spores, pollen, pet dander, smoke, and dust. The filtered air then enters an ionizer field providing extra cleaning and air freshening. Claims are from the air that passes through the filter.
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First, I've never ever had a problem with a Honeywell product, so I was pretty much sold when I saw this one even after reading reviews for other purifiers. Second, their customer service has always been helpful. Third, I loved the double filtration system this one has.
The only problem I have with it, and it's on my end not theirs, it's just a little to small for the room I use it in. I was just guessing how big my room was...now I know that this little one is just a tad bit too small. So when I decide to get a bigger one, this will be moved to another room! I wouldn't stop using this one unless it was really old and just broke one day. That's just how much I like this one.
For people who have problems with noises, I hate to break it to you all, most electronics of this type makes some sort of noise. If that bothers you, you could get a bunch of plants or whatever and try that. For me, it's white noise that goes along with the fans I already have blowing in my room. I actually find that all that white noise helps me fall asleep. I've always had that problem, I cannot sleep unless there's something like this in my room. I think it's actually extremely quiet. When it's on and the fans aren't blowing I just don't notice it.
The up keep is so easy my cat could probably do it. The first line of defense is a washable filter. It's just that easy. Take it out, wash it thoroughly. You'll probably be a tad grossed out when you do this for the first time. I certainly didn't expect it to be as dirty as it was. So every time I wash it, I kinda get the case of the ickyness. This first filter does do all the heavy lifting before things get to the HEPA filter. I wash it once a week but that's just me wanting to actually preserve the life of my machine. If you wait until about three weeks you'll notice a difference in smell right away. It's just a good habit to get into to make this air purifier keep on working efficiently. You'll see plenty of complaints by other people that theirs breaks (stops working) really fast and I'm will to guess that this is why theirs breaks...they do not clean the filters out properly. One tiny thing more...make sure the filter is completely dry before putting it back in. Mine only takes about 20 minutes or so and it's ready to go again.
The HEPA filter cannot be and absolutely should not be washed. It will ruin it. That's pretty much a fact. And I wouldn't go as far as saying it would never need to be replaced. I've taken mine out every time I wash the first filter and it still has a bunch of dust/debris that needs to be either vacuumed out or shaken out. That part only takes a few minutes to do. I do this once a week as well. I would suggest getting at least two extra HEPA filters as a backup. They are inexpensive and it provides a sense of security just in case something does happen to the first HEPA filter it comes with. Again, that's just a recommendation. It helps you out if you don't have time to properly clean the dirty filter. Just pop a newer one in and clean the other one when you have the time to. Just do not EVER wash the HEPA filter and I cannot stress that enough!
Overall I give this five stars because it's really earned it. Treat it right and you'll get tons of use out of it. If you have a question or need some advice with your new air purifier, I would be very willing to help out! All you need to do is just ask!
I'm a light sleeper, random house noises, dogs, kids getting up in the middle of the night, I'm awake. For a while I was using a small white noise generator but the longer I live on the east coast/midatlantic region the more my dust mite and tree pollen allergy acts up. So I wanted a room air cleaner that wasn't the size of a laundry basket - we already owned several of these - and thought hey, for $60 I can be a sport.
it makes a difference. In air quality, how much dust builds up in the room and the white noise is just enough on the lowest setting to help block out random noises and I sleep more deeply and longer.
So let's see, $60 and change six years ago for a machine that does what I need it to, has no filter to replace (I have an air compressor and spritz out the dust every couple months or whenever the "tone" changes), works out to what, ten bucks a year?
I'm buying another one 'cause the original just died. Motor locked up. Hums, doesn't turn. I know a little about basic electronics. It's toast. I'll poke around a bit, but I doubt I'll be able to bring it back to life.
Ten bucks a year (based on first-hand real world life expectancy) for a new unit?
Worth every penny. I've owned toasters and microwave ovens that didn't last as long.
right after I wrote this last night, I got off my duff and took the unit down to my office/workshop.
Comes right apart with the right tools (uses TORX screws and you need one about 4 inches long to reach a recessed screw in the back - which I have).
Thing is, trouble started right after I'd cleaned it, blew some dust around with compressed air.
Fan didn't turn, so I took a pipe cleaner and ran it between the rotor/stator, blew out some more dust, and dripped in some light sewing machine oil (it's like 5-weight oil, made from whale blubber or something) on the shaft near the oilight bushings (used on most small fan motors like these), let it soak in a bit and plugged it in, turned it on. Had to poke the fan to get it going, but it works, works well, quieter than before.
I'll probably disassemble it again in the near future and clean the bearings out. I've done this with fan motors for decades, you'd be surprised how long they can last if they're properly maintained. I've had fans in ham radio equipment that ran for over 3 decades, seen them run longer. I'll probably drill a small hole into the bearing so the oil can better penetrate/permeate the bushing/bearing.
Should've thought of this months/years ago as basic maintenance.
I just got lazy.
Still, I give it four stars, I don't like planned obsolescence.
- Easy to assemble/disassemble to clean the filter
- In my experience really does improve the air quality in a room, (I leave mine on all the time as recommended).
- It's small size makes it portable and easy to move around, even for older folks.
- It is NOT quiet. It took a couple of nights for me to get used to hearing the noise it makes consistently while I was trying to fall asleep.. (Sort of an underlying whooshing noise.) However it is a very smooth noise in my opinion and I rarely ever notice it anymore, in fact when I do I find it rather soothing.
I would (and have) recommended it to others. If you are on a budget and need a small room air purifier and you don't care about the noise it makes, this is probably the model for you.