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This High Tech Air Purifier Is Incredibly Powerful, Incredibly Quiet, and Remarkably Eco-Friendly

The Airdog X5 collects and kills bacteria and mold without the need for replacement filters.

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Every day you breathe in untold microscopic particles floating in the air. Dust, bacteria, mold, and other contaminants are often invisible to the naked eye but, can accumulate in your lungs and cause respiratory issues and other ailments. If you’re concerned about the quality of the air you breathe in your home or office, an air purifier is a great way to improve the situation. And the Airdog X5 Home Air Purifier is the most effective, most ecologically friendly air purifier on the market today.

Air quality is tied to everything from asthma to allergies. And to help prevent these issues, the Airdog X5 uses a traditional ionic processes as well as its own proprietary TPA tech to not just collect but destroy everything floating in the air you breathe down to 0.0146 microns. An Airdog X5 collects, eliminates, and destroys:

  • Smoke
  • Bacteria
  • Viruses
  • Pollutants
  • Pollen
  • Dust
  • Pet Dander
  • Formaldehyde

That means that any space with an Airdog X5 air purifier will be as clean and healthy as possible — at least as far as the air is concerned. And this might go without saying, but you’ll probably notice the air smells better, too.

The Airdog X5 Home Air Purifier: 30-Day Home Trial 

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The Airdog X5’s active filtration goes above and beyond typical HPA filters by zapping contaminants out of existence instead of just collecting them. The X5 can filter contaminants that are up to 20-times smaller than those handled by average air filters. But its high performance isn’t the only feature that makes it the best in its field.

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The collecting plates that let the Airdog X5 air purifier work are washable and reusable, which means unlike most other filters, you don’t have to buy replacement filters. And that means that the X5 is also better for the environment, with no discarded filters contributing to environmental clutter. On the subject of eco-friendliness, the X5 is also certified for CARB qualified ozone emission.

If you’re worried about the noise an air purifier as powerful as the Airdog X5 might make, don’t be. The X5 is whisper quiet, and in sleep mode (one of its six smartly engineered operating modes), it makes just 22 decibels of noise.

The Airdog X5’s collecting plates are extremely lightweight — just 4.4 pounds. That’s 30-percent lighter than the metal plates used in previous models. Another improvement over the old metal plates is the quicker drying time — only about 20 minutes compared to the full 24 hours it took the older plates to dry.

Best of all, you can try the Airdog X5 Home Air Purifier for 30 days thanks to its risk-free home trial. If you decide you don’t like it, send it back for a full refund.

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So if you’re ready to see the difference the Airdog X5 can make in your home or office, head over to the Airdog online store and order yours now.

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