As the world’s population continues to grow, the quality of the air we breathe will inevitably continue in its decline. Indoor purifiers make for an easy first line of defense, but let’s face it — they’re not exactly easy on the eyes (or your wallet).
However, with the launch of its Förnuftig Air Purifier, Ikea has managed to negate both issues in one fell swoop. That’s because it sports an understated rectangular design that easily blends in with the rest of your room’s furnishings. No imposing towers, no distracting lights — just a frame, a stand, and a removable handle. And when it comes to performance, the Förnuftig offers three levels of purification, including a pre-filter for dust and other larger particulates, a secondary filter for finer pollutants like pollen, and even an optional gas filter for vaporized compounds. When you consider that the purifier itself will only run you some $55 and replacement filters cost between $5.50 and $10, it makes for a value proposition that’s good to pass up. You can buy it at the link below.
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