Air purifiers in Singapore


It has always been important to stay hygienic, but way more so with the coronavirus these days.

We’ve heard 920863 times that squirting > 60% alcohol all over your hands and practising social distancing protects us from risks outside. But what about at home? To ensure that there are no invisible pesky airborne particles in your humble abode, here are some air purifiers in Singapore you can check out for breezy-fresh sterile air. 

All the purifiers below come with a high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter, which is reputed to be able to trap airborne viruses.

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1. AirFree P Series – uses heat to destroy airborne viruses


Airfree Air PurifiersThe AirFree P150 comes in black and serves rooms up to 60m² in size, while the other models in the P series comes in white and serve rooms from 16-32m².
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Most air purifiers sieve out air particles with a filter, but AirFree’s P series air purifiers don’t. Made all the way in Portugal, these tiny appliances are built with the patented Thermodynamic TSS™ Technology that destroys airborne viruses and microorganisms at a heat level of 200°C, thus ensuring 99.99% efficiency in “cleaning” the air of icky particles. 

AirFree P Series PurifierRest assured that the air is cooled before being released, so you don’t have to worry about it heating up your room
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This filterless air purifier is great for those who want something maintenance-free as you won’t have to deal with the hassle of cleaning or purchasing new filters every so often. Additionally, the purifier consumes very little energy – about 50W per hour – so you can safely let it chug away throughout the night without fear of it overheating or wreaking havoc on your electricity bill.

In addition, the AirFree P purifier works in complete silence, perfect for white-noise haters at bedtime. To set the right ambience for sleep, you can even dim the lights to your desired brightness with a simple touch.

If you’re looking for an air purifier for your little kiddo’s room, you can also consider the AirFree Babyair model, which comes with a stars and moon light projection in three colours – blue, green and red.   

Price: from $299

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2. Novita NAP200 – good for pet owners


Novita NAP200 Air purifiers singapore
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Priced from $169, the Novita NAP200 is one of the more wallet-friendly options online. But despite its relatively low price point, it doesn’t skimp on features. Its 4-layer filtration system comes with a built-in ioniser, HEPA filter, activated carbon filter and washable mesh filter – the latter being great for people who own fluffy pets as it traps large problematic airborne items like fur.

Price: $169 (U.P. $199)

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3. Cosmo Prime – automatic fan adjustments according to air quality


Cosmo Prime Air Purifier

On top of airborne virus particles, dust and mould can also wreak havoc on folks with allergies, which means extra research needs to be done when choosing a suitable air purifier. Thankfully, the German-designed Cosmo Prime fits the bill with its ability to filter out 99.97% of all airborne particles. 

Cosmo Prime

Built with an auto-adjusting fan, this sleek appliance comes with an Anion Mode, which releases negative ions that are said to reduce stress and boost immune system functions. It’s also unlike most air purifiers, as this one comes in a rounded build that helps it absorb particles from all angles.

It can purify a space of 80sqm, which is about the size of a living room, kitchen, and a dining room put together. You can also safely leave it chugging away at night, as it’s one of the quieter air purifiers out there with a noise level of just 20dB, and it’s built with a blue night light that facilitates sleep. 

Cosmo Prime® Air Purifier
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Cosmo Prime® Air Purifier

Best thing is, each Cosmo Prime air purifier comes with a 5 year warranty, which is one of the highest periods out there. And with free same day delivery, you can have it working its magic in your home almost immediately after purchase.

Price: $450 (U.P. $538)

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4. Filtech Aero Air Purifier – coloured LED to indicate air quality


Air purifier singapore - Aero Air purifier
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The haze season often leaves us with an ominous grey sky and dark clouds over our heads – but what’s even more worrying, is the number of invisible pollutants lurking in the air in our own homes. Worrywarts can keep track of the level of pollutants in the air with the Filtech Aero Air Purifier which has different colours to denote varying levels of detected pollution.

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Green: excellent air quality, Blue: good air quality, Red: poor air quality.
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Pollution levels are detected actively by a high-precision laser – which, on Auto mode, upon detecting a shift, instantly signals to the purifier to switch gears according to the degree of air pollution. Simply let the purifier do its thing and watch in satisfaction as the colours change from red to green.

The air is also channelled through their ultra-fine AEROTECH™ HEPA filter, which has a filtration capability of 99.98% for allergens, bacteria, virus and pollutants so you can rest assured nasties in the air are removed.

Price: from $239.90
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5. Levoit LV-H132 – compact, with gentle night light


Levoit LV-H132 air purifier singapore
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For those prefer to avoid chunky items in their homes, the Levoit LV-H132 is a mini-air purifier that fits on the bedside table. If you spend plenty of time in dreamland, this one makes little to no noise on its low settings and also doubles up as night light.

Price: from $209

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6. HEPA Air Purifier – affordable mini purifiers


HEPA Car / Small Room Air Purifier.
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HEPA Car / Small Room Air Purifier.

Small as a CD player, the pocket-sized HEPA Air Purifier is all you need to purify a small space. HEPA filter aside, it also generates negative ions to clear the air of bacteria, viruses and allergens like pollen and mold spores.

Get it running with just a USB cable at home or in the office, or plug it into your vehicle with its car USB port – it claims to be able to clean the air in a car in just 3 minutes!

Price: $34.90

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7. EuropAce 3300T – UV lamp that eliminates germs


EuropAce 3300T
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Bid farewell to bacteria, viruses and all the other pesky micro-particles in your air with EuropAce 3300T, which is in essence, is the Terminator equivalent in the air purifier world.

The reason: it isn’t the prettiest thing but it’s good at eliminating unwanted particles hanging around in the air. They also have an additional inbuilt UV lamp that uses UVC light – often used by hospitals to clean surgical tools – to decontaminate the air from germs.

Price: from $379 (U.P. $399)

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8. Xiaomi Air Purifier Mijia 2S – minimalist and affordable 


Xiaomi Air Purifier Mijia 2S
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Compact and sleek in design, this air purifier from Xiaomi will easily fit into any minimalist home. Considering its capabilities of delivering clean air at a speedy rate and laser sensors that detect air quality for display on the LED screen, this $145 purifier is one of the most affordable among the popular brands.

Price: $145

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9. Sharp Plasmacluster – gets rid of odours, germs and mould


Sharp Plasmacluster
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Allergies are no fun, and for those who suffer from nasal inflammation due to dust mites and mould, the Sharp Plasmacluster is the way to go.

It has ionisers which – for non-sciencey people like moi  – effectively help to further remove odours, germs and mould from the air. On top of that, the filters are also angled at a low angle to target the nasties like dust mites that tend to lurk at the bottom of the room.

Price: from $449 (U.P. $599)

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10. Air Supply Personal Ionic Air Purifiers – portable with 50h battery life 


Air Supply Personal Ionic Air Purifiers
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The uber-compact Air Supply’s Personal Ionic Air Purifier is a lightweight, portable nifty gadget that churns out clean air wherever you are. It comes with an attached neck strap so it’s easy to bring out when you run errands – its battery is touted to last up to 50 hours so there’s no need to worry about it running flat mid-journey either.

Price: from $98 (U.P. $129)

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11. Dyson Pure Cool Purifying Tower Fan – sleek 2-in-1 fan and purifier


Dyson Pure Cool Purifying Tower Fan
Air purifiers in Singapore – Dyson Pure Cool
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Modern problems require modern solutions and the sleek Dyson Pure Cool is a clean air fix that looks like something from the 22nd century. The device, which comes with 360° glass HEPA filter and activated carbon filter, also doubles up as a bladeless fan, which means one less equipment to clutter your home with.

Although on the pricier end, special features include the 360-degree oscillation that’ll allow more thorough air purification and an accompanying app that allows you to monitor the air quality of the room and tweak your settings accordingly.

Price: from $549

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12. Philips Air Cleaner AC2882 – filters out viruses in 30 minutes


Philips Air Cleaner AC2882
Air purifiers in Singapore – Philips
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For air purification customised to your surrounding environment, this Philips Air Cleaner has 3 presets that target either pollution, allergen or bacteria and viruses. They’re also made to filter out 99.9% of viruses in just half an hour, especially useful if you’ve got people coming in and out of the house often.

Price: $499

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Where to buy air purifiers in Singapore


The coronavirus has hit us pretty hard but there’s less reason to worry if you’ve got all precautions sorted out. Research so far has shown that the virus can stay airborne for up to 3 hours, so these air purifiers in Singapore might come in handy to keep your home a safe sanctuary during this period.

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Original article published on 27th March 2020. Last updated by Kezia Tan on 17th November 2020.
The products have been ranked in terms of features and price from sources and reviews online.