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As we examine the Sharp Plasmacluster Air Purifier model FPN60CX we'll see whether the Plasmacluster technology is really anything new, or unique, as it is marketed to be. My opinion is that the sharp plasmacluster air purifier is a good or above avergae "middle-of-the-road", brand name, air purifier. The decent sized HEPA makes it do a good job at pollen and dust, and the carbon filter will work on gases and odors.
The cost is a bit high for what you get in my opinion, and it is especially overpriced for the replacement filters, but you can still get your moneys worth from it's performance.
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It is very quiet in the sleep mode (14 decibels) but there's a tradeoff - the fan is so slow it doesn't move any air at that speed.
(Make sure you read my conclusion at the end)
1 - 4 stages: Pre-filter, Carbon, Hepa, Ion (PLasmacluster) 2 - Hepa for allergies
3 - Covers 330 Sq. Ft.
4 - Has great light functions - you can sleep without lights on
1 - Expensive Filters
2 - Expensive Cost
3 - No germ, virus Tech (EX; UV)
4 - 1 year warranty
5 - On high the unit is loud
Purification Technologies: 4
Square Footage: 330 SQ. Ft.
Replacement Filter Costs: $180 (HEPA and Carbon)
Yearly Costs: $180-$200
Decibel Level: low/high 14/54
Warranty - 1 year
Number of Speeds - 3
Filters - 3
2. Particle Removal (Allergens, Dust) 8
3. Immune System Threats (Germs, Virus, etc.) 2
4. Gas Removal (Odor, Chemicals, Smoke) 8
5. Longevity/Quality 6
6. Noise Levels 6
7. Ease of Use 7
8. Warranty 3
9. Customer Service/Reputation (reviews) 5
10. Price Value 7
Score: 56 = Good
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