So, we’ve had the Philips 2000i Air Purifier for 4 months now, and I thought it would be a good time to wrap up my thoughts about it. We really put this machine to use, moving it around the house, room by room, to see how it affected our day to day life differently depending on where it was.
First, a little background
You can check out my first review here. It’s a great place to start if you’re just beginning to think about getting an air purifier, and are curious about just what this one has feature wise. Hint: tons of settings that are super easy to adjust to exactly what you need, three layers of filters that are long lasting and do an amazing job to reducing allergens and toxins in the air, and wifi connectivity through an app that lets you stay on top of things even when you’re not close by. That app was the most surprisingly useful thing, seriously, I LOVE it and I originally didn’t think I was going to use it at all!
If you’re starting to narrow down your choices, my two-month update is a great place to check out the changes we noticed right away. We started off with the Philips 2000i Air Purifier in my son Oliver’s room. He’s the one that struggles with seasonal airborne allergens, that have been really difficult to pin point.
After four months though, I’ve had the chance to set up the air purifier all over our house, and now I’d love to tell you about the changes I noticed.
Around the house in 30 days
I kept it in our master bedroom for a few weeks. Bo does not cope well with pet dander, and I was curious to see if it would help with his sleep at all. The air quality in our bedroom is pretty good though, surprisingly. I’m guessing it has a lot to do with the fact that I try to keep our doors closed as much as possible, so the cats don’t get in there a whole bunch. I have to say that Bo’s sleep didn’t really change at all, but it was nice to see the Philips 2000i air purifier kick up whenever I was in there changing the bed sheets or tiding up. It was definitely still working and making a difference, it just wasn’t the room where we saw the biggest benefit to family members….