- Blueair Model 650E Ratings
- Design and Ease of Use
- Other Features
- Final Thoughts
- October 8, 2018
- Posted by: Karen Coleman
- Category: Reviews
The 600 series are some of the best air purification system available on the market. The volume of filtered air delivered was tested by the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM) part of the Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) program. According to the results, they are the fastest portable air purification devices. Designed for rooms up to 698 square feet, the Blueair 600 Series: Model 650E combines the best in electrostatic and mechanical filtration technology with low energy consumption and low ozone emissions. This air purifier provides the same air purification performance as the Blueair 603 but comes with a digital display and a handy remote so you do not have to leave your desk to adjust speed setting. If you live in an area with year-round pollen and other indoor pollutants, it might be the right choice.
Although it uses an ionizer, a component that produces harmful ozone, the Blueair Model 650E meets the certification for low-ozone emissions. The purifier is rather loud, but for a device this size, it is understandable. Based on its noise and size, it would be unreasonable for small or mid-sized rooms. If you are trying to watch a movie or if you are throwing a part you will have to turn it off. The 650E uses two types of filters: the Particle Filter to reduce pollen, dust, pet dander, mold spores and the SmokeStop Filter to capture tobacco smoke, gasses, and odors. After running through an operation, it enters Sleep Mode, lowering the noise level and saving energy. We also like the filter monitor that help you keep track of when the filter needs to be changed. The Blueair 600 series have a five-year warranty on parts and air filters. Although the air purifier is energy efficient, you will have to invest in filter replacement and change it every six months.
|Dimensions||26” x 20” x 13”|
|Area Coverage||698 Square Feet|
|Noise Level||32 – 66 dB|
|CADR Rating for Smoke||450 CFM|
|CADR Rating for Pollen||450 CFM|
|CADR Rating for Dust||450 CFM|
|Odor Reducing Filter||Yes|
|Control Panel||Digital Display|
Design and Ease of Use
The 600 series air purifier is designed for large rooms such as large master bedrooms, large family area rooms, office, basements and other spaces. However, this means that the 650E model is large so it comes with four wheels to help you move it around. Its design looks a bit medical, like something you would find in a hospital, but its ugly appearance is overshadowed by its performance. This air purifier has electronic controls that make it easier to operate, although they are located too close to the floor. Besides the inconveniently located controls, some users complain about the filter indicator that counts days instead of the actual status of the filter.
The Blueair 650E uses HEPASilent filtration technology to achieve better results by combining an encapsulated ion particle charging chamber and advanced filter media. The air purifier has sensors that read the level of pollution and adjust its setting accordingly. By meeting the energy efficiency guidelines, they have earned Energy Star ratings. This means that on average, running such a system all day long costs no more than running a single light bulb. The excellent performance is verified by AHAM and CADR, so you can access their website and see for yourself. The air purifier is also environmentally friendly, producing only carbon dioxide and water as it decomposes.
✓ Ionizer feature has low ozone emissions
✓ Recommended for small and medium-sized rooms
✓ SmokeStop filter enables it to remove smoke and other odors
✓ Sleep mode helps it become more energy efficient
✓ Filter monitor announces you when maintenance work is due
✓ Caster wheels make moving it around easy
✓ Modern design
✓ Covered by a 5-year warranty
✗ Operation is quite loud
✗ Price might make it expensive for some people depending on their budget
Style and efficiency definitely go hand in hand when it comes to the Blueair 600 Series: Model 650E, this air purifier being one of the highest rated on the market due to the fact that it does not only look great, but it performs magnificently as well. What impresses the most about it is the fact that this model boasts an incredible 450 CADR rating, a rating that clearly shows how amazing it is at purifying the air of airborne particles and impurities. Being designed with your safety in mind, the air purifier is capable of removing particles as small as 0.1 microns from the air, being perfect for use in spaces that measure up to 698 square feet. Also, it is designed to be as convenient as possible, the Auto setting being proof of this. When this setting is active, it automatically adjusts the speed at which it operates to suit the quality of the indoor air, thus ensuring truly clean air to breathe without requiring your intervention at all.
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