I¬†invested in an air purifier years ago–a big, huge machine that was noisy and ugly, but¬†sure did work to remove the dust and pollen from the air that makes us so sneezy around here. It never made it to our current home, so¬†¬†I, for one, am pretty excited about the Duux Air Purifier¬†which is so perfect for a baby’s room. And obviously a¬†huge improvement over the recent spate of¬†sneezing in¬†my¬†kids’ bedrooms upstairs.

We’ve reviewed some gorgeous air purifiers for large spaces in the past, but what I love about the Duux is that it is amazing looking but it’s also compact–about the size of a soccer ball. ¬†This makes it a¬†great option for smaller spaces, like a nursery, kid’s bedroom or even a studio apartments or home office. Also, it is absolutely silent. I’ve leaned down¬†next to it a few times to make sure it was still turned on, that’s how quiet it is. And when it’s going in baby’s nursery, I don’t want to use anything that’s going to wake her up at night.

 

Duux Air Purifier is perfect for a baby or kid's room | Cool Mom Picks

As for the specs that make me happy:¬†Duux has a detachable HEPA filter (and you can buy replacements), so your kids will be breathing in really clean air. The carbon filter helps to mask bad smells¬†which is nice when uh, some of us will be setting ours¬†next to the diaper bin. It also has¬†a tank to send out¬†optional aromas, if you want to add some lavender during bedtime or just a nice fresh scent to mask an otherwise smelly space (see diapers, above) but that might be overkill for you. Then, there’s the ionizer, which helps¬†kill airborne bacteria.¬†So, it’s pretty much a magic wand for your air quality.

Oh, and there’s a nightlight. Because that’s awesome.

You can get a Duux Air Purifier from their website for $75, also available at our affiliate Amazon ($69.99), Diapers.com, and other online retailers. Thanks to Duux for sending us a sample to review.

 

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