Trendy air purifiers: Do they really work and are they worth their eye-watering price tags?


They look like high-tech smart speakers or designer coffee tables and come with grand claims they can purge rooms of harmful pollutants, allergens, bacteria, fungal spores and even the Covid virus.

Air purifiers – which suck in a room’s air and filter it before pumping it back out – are must-haves for health-conscious consumers, it seems. A survey from the Government’s Office for Product Safety and Standards found one in 12 Britons owned one.

Many said they made the purchase – often…



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