LG has released a new portable air purifier in the Indian market. The Puricare Mini air purifier is a travel-friendly device thanks to the presence of a rechargeable battery. It can be used in small spaces, and is effective in cars as well. Recently, Xiaomi introduced the Mi Air Purifier 2C in the subcontinent, an affordable version of its Mi Air Purifier 2S that doesn’t feature any smart capabilities. Given the high levels of pollution in Delhi and surrounding areas at the moment, if you are planning to buy an air purifier for your home, check out our comprehensive air purifier buying guide which will help you make the right choice.
LG Puricare Mini air purifier specifications and features
The LG Puricare Mini air purifier weighs 530g and is the size of a 500ml water bottle, as per the brand. This allows it to fit in the bottle holder in the car, for easy transport on the go. The purifier house a four-step filtering process. It has two filters – a pre-filter and a Total Allergy HEPA filter. The CADR value provided by the offering is 13 metric cubes, and it can purify an area of up to 1.67 metric squares. There are four purifying modes including Auto, Low, High and Turbo.
It comes with a 4-Colour Smart Display that detects ultra-fine dust with the help of a PM 1.0 Sensor and alerts the user. The Dual Inverter Motor present inside the purifier releases a powerful airflow to purify the environment. The Total Allergen Removal Filter removes dust and PM 2.5 particles, and claims to remove 99 percent of pollutants. The cleaner air is then distributed via the Twin Tornado Dual Fan.
The air purifier also supports wireless connectivity via Bluetooth and can last for up to eight hours due to its 3,600mAh battery. It can be charged via a USB cable and operates with up to 30dB of sound. Consumers can download the PuriCare Mini app to check real-time ambient air conditions, receive automatic notifications, battery levels, pollution history and filter information.―Price Baba