This is a great compact air cleaner. This cleaning system is produced by Levoit, and in this post we are going to consider their model with code number LV-H132.

Considerably smaller than its competition, the Levoit purifier does what it claims it can do. Even though it doesn’t put in motion larger volumes of air, like the more expensive purifiers, you will find that it does a great job for smaller spaces (as promised)… and for that you can hardly find any complaint at all.

What You Will Get Out of It

The TRUE HEPA Technology means that it filters 99.97% of air particles, including dust, smoke, pollen, odors, pet dander, and mold spores.

As far as particle size is considered, it can go down to 0.3 microns. It is a great machine for pet owners or really anyone in need for improving air quality.

The Noise level is under 50 dB, which is equivalent to a conversation at home, or to the noise in a quiet suburb.

covers rooms up to 65 square feet. And to clean that area of space it draws only 28 W of power. Not much power at all and you could potentially keep it on 247 without noticing any considerable increase in your power bill.

The HEPA filter is very easily accessible. You just have to twist and open the bottom panel. To replace the filter just turn the bottom piece to the left. There is a thin prefilter and a HEPA filter underneath.

The replacement filter is about $30, and you can buy it on Amazon.com or other online stores. Of course, you can buy this great air purifier on Amazon as well.

With this unit you get a 3 stage filtration system, which is good for people who suffer from allergies. You will get a prefilter, True HEPA filter, and activated carbon filter. The carbon filter will help remove unpleasant odors from cigarette smoke, pets, and cooking.

Like with any other Levoit products, the operation is extremely simple. The buttons are touch sensitive. Next to the power button, you can switch the night light on and off. Next comes the recommend change filter button (which should be done approximately every 6 months; when the time is right for replacement, it lights up to indicate you should do the replacement) and then there is the fan speed button (three speeds).

With the 3 speed fat settings, low, medium and high, you can fine tune the air filtration capacity to match your actual situation.

Who Should Use It

This is a fairly good purifier to filter out bad smells from pets. It might be a little bit on the expensive side, but this is justified and compensated by its impeccable operation.

It can be used as a night light too, but I wouldn’t recommend that as the color is blue, and it might disrupt the normal biological clock and with it your sleep. People usually put it in their bedroom and so the ability to control the “night light” could be important. Make sure you turn it off when you go to sleep.

It is pretty easy to use. It is fairly tall to be used as a desktop air purifier, so you would likely keep it on the floor.

The Levoit LV-H132 Air Purifier uses filters that have to be replaced every 6 months. That is, if you use it all the time. You can purchase this great cleansing unit from Amazon.com. The suitable model is LV-H132-RF. Some of the brand new models may produce a little bit of mechanical noise when turned on, but this initial noise will subside after some time of regular use.

With an average 4.6 stars out of 5 (from 554 customers) at the moment of writing this review, this is one of the better rated air purifiers.

Conclusion

This air purifier is pretty nice machine, especially considering the price range. You can buy it for your own house or recommend it to your friends and relatives.

What we have liked very much is its compact size and great design. Despite the compact size which makes it suitable for smaller spaces, make no mistake: it is very powerful.

This air purifier has 2-year warranty, as well as a lifetime support from the manufacturer. You don’t have to be worried about the harmful ozone, as the filtration process doesn’t include ionization chambers. It also doesn’t use ultraviolet lamps which are also known to produce some trace amounts of ozone.