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Honeywell HHT-090 HEPAClean Tower Air Purifier with Permanent Filter, 170 sq ft
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- Powerful fan and 3 air cleaning levels
- Optional Ionizer for extra cleaning power turns on/off as desired
- Great for medium to large rooms
- HEPA filters are easy to clean - simply vacuum and replace back into the unit
- To ensure stated product performance, use only Genuine Honeywell Replacement Filters.
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The HHT-090 offers these great benefits:The Honeywell HEPAClean Tower Air Purifier is stylish, effective and convenient! Using HEPA-type filters, the HHT-090 effectively removes up to 95% of fine airborne pollutants & allergens such as dust, smoke, pollen and pet hair & dander.1 It is energy efficient and features electronic controls and 3 cleaning levels.
The HHT-090 requires 2 HEPA-type filters (HRF-C1 or HRF-C2) that should be replaced every 6 months. You can use an additional optional odor reducing pre-filter (HRF-B1 or HRF-B2) that should be replaced every 3 months.
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GermGuardian AC4825 3-in-1 Air Purifier with True HEPA Filter, UV-C Sanitizer, Captures Allergens, Smoke, Odors, Mold, Dust, Germs, Pets, Smokers, 22" Germ Guardian Home Air Purifier
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My boyfriend and I live in an approximately 600 sq. ft. first floor apartment in Washington, DC. Boyfriend has seasonal allergies as well as moderate cat allergies, so when we adopted two kittens, we bought both models reviewed here, based on their Amazon reviews. We've had and used both 24/7 for over two months.
Currently the GermGuardian is in our living room, near the litter box, and the Honeywell is in the bedroom, where we don't allow the cats.
When the Honeywell arrived, after a few weeks of using the GermGuardian, our first reaction was "Wow this looks like the cheap version of the GermGuardian." The GermGuardian has a much sleeker appearance and just looks more expensive (despite being about the same price when we bought it.)
I personally don't mind the appearance of either and was not bothered by the GermGuardian's UV light the way some reviewers were, since turning it on is completely optional. Since the GermGuardian now lives in the living room, we keep the UV light on at night but haven't noticed a difference.
I do like the ionizer function on the Honeywell, and noticed that it makes the bedroom smell cleaner.
*On Seasonal Allergies*
We had the GermGuardian for a few weeks before the cats and the Honeywell, and moved it between the living room (daytime - on highest setting) and bedroom (nighttime - lowest setting).
Boyfriend immediately noticed a difference in sleeping. He woke up less stuffy when we used it in the bedroom at night, and I've noticed that it noticeably eliminates odors in the living room.
We now have the Honeywell permanently on in the bedroom and Boyfriend has found that it still helps manage seasonal allergies, but doesn't appear to be as good as the GermGuardian. This is less than scientific, as we haven't tested both separately during high-pollen season.
*On Pet Allergies*
It depends on the severity of allergies and the other measures you take to alleviate your home of dust and dander. Boyfriend has moderate allergies to our cats, but some days are better than others. We hope the air filters are helping to some degree, but are afraid to do a test run without them.
A friend with much more severe allergies came over after we'd had both purifiers running (and after a thorough cleaning, even) and had a miserable stuffy nose because of the cats. The filters help, but are not the only solution. If you have pet allergies, make sure you're doing everything else in addition to these devices -- including vacuuming your furniture and mopping/dusting regularly.
Both purifiers have three settings. For both, the low and mid settings are unobtrusive and provide decent white noise. Make sure that you open up the Honeywell when you receive it to TAKE OFF the plastic covering the filters. We did not realize we had to do this at first. The GermGuardian comes ready to use.
Both have decent airflow but are not as powerful as a fan. The Honeywell instructions say to keep it 3 feet from any wall but I think that is ridiculous to make it your room's centerpiece.
Some reviewers said that their devices started to rattle after a few months. Having kept both devices on 24/7 for about two months, I haven't noticed anything like that.
A lot of reviewers on both purifiers complained noticing a burning plastic smell when they first turned it on. Both air purifiers had a slight odor like the one described, but both dissipated completely after about a week of continuous use, with open windows when possible.
Both do a great job of odor reduction. The GermGuardian is in the living room near the litter box (cleaned daily) and we rarely notice an odor. The Honeywell in the bedroom is great at combating that stale-air bedroom smell that would otherwise be a problem for us, given that we keep the door closed at all times to keep the cats out.
The GermGuardian has a true HEPA filter, which needs to be replaced every six months at about $50 a pop. The Honeywell has a not-HEPA filter, which you can clean with a vacuum attachment. I haven't had to clean or replace either, yet, but I think the Honeywell wins the thrifty category.
Overall, the GermGuardian has a lot more going for it than the Honeywell. Despite being slightly more expensive, it's probably worth the money for a well-working, solid device.
Overall: Without the ionizer turned on, and running at medium speed the majority of the day and night, these units really make a difference in the air freshness. There is less noticeable odor (and yes, we do keep our litter boxes clean) and surfaces don't collect dust quite as fast. A person who is somewhat allergic to cats even noticed the difference, and doesn't sneeze or have a runny nose nearly as much when visiting our house.
Noise: If you're looking for high performance *and* low noise, this is not for you. These units operate by running at least one (probably multiple though) fan, and the noise is thus equivalent to what you'd expect of fans. On high, the noise is quieter than a standard vaccuum, but I wouldn't suggest trying to have a conversation or watch TV with it on that setting. Medium allows for TV watching and conversation, and low is barely noticeable. However, given that the units need to have air flowing through them in order to catch particles, they work best at medium or high settings.
Air Circulation: These units circulate a lot of air on medium and high speeds, so that is something to keep in mind. They also have to be 3 feet away from walls or furnishings as per the instructions. If you wouldn't want a fan blowing on you, then make sure to place this where it won't bother you. In winter, these units make rooms noticeably cooler. I haven't had them long enough to test it, but I would bet they make excellent cooling fans in summer.
Dust Collection: I have had these units running for just shy of a month as of this writing, and already I notice that their pre-filters are nearly completely white with dust. As a warning to those with dusty houses, I would highly advise that you clean your filters far more often than the 6 months that is suggested by the instruction manual.
Ionizer: The jury is still out as far as the ionizer goes. When it is turned on I don't really notice a difference in filter quality. I read up on it, and supposedly it causes airborne particles to fall to the floor in front of the unit. Also according to the instruction manual, this process can potentially stain light-colored carpets. We have light-colored carpets, and we didn't notice any immediate staining after having the ionizer on for about a week, but just in case we leave it turned off for the most part.
As soon as I opened the box, I went into our bedroom and plugged it in. Started it up, and closed the door, went about my day. About an hour later I went in there, and just the 'feel' of the air was different. The scent was so.. clean. That's the only word I could use to describe how it smelled. I used it in my living room over night, same thing. I plan to use it in each room of my house, circulating it around the house. Mostly will use it in the bedroom and living room though. It seems to do really well. I'm very pleased!
Noise wise, low and medium and barely noticable, not much more than a small fan in noise. High is a bit loud. More like a fan running on high by your bed instead of on low. But overall, I don't plan to run it at night anyway, so it isn't going to bother me in the least.