Winix Air Purifier Reviews

After 36 years of experience in manufacturing home appliances, Winix entered the air purifier market. Their range of air purifiers seamlessly combined innovation, superior air filtration, quiet operation and minimal maintenance. A sleek design and digital controls enhanced their value proposition even further.

For example, the “Replacement Filter” indicator lets you know when the filter needs to be replaced – unlike other purifiers that simply recommend a replacement every 6-12 months. This eliminates the possibility of replacing the filter either too soon (adding to the expense) or too late (leading to ineffective purification). … [ Read More ]

The smart sensors in Winix’s air purifiers remain their most attractive feature. These sensors detect the conditions in the environment automatically and adjust the fan speed accordingly. Further, the use of PlasmaWave technology for enhanced air purification, Nano-Silver treatment for neutralizing viruses/bacteria on contact and a sanitized antimicrobial finish for extra freshness – all add to the reasons behind the popularity of these air purifiers. The only drawback for most Winix models seems to be the coverage area of 150-450 square feet, which is relatively small.

Each of Winix air purifiers comes with three quality certifications, i.e. Energy Star for low operating costs and consumption of energy, Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM) for comparing dust, smoke and pollen removing capabilities and Underwriter’s Laboratory (UL) for high levels of safety and performance.
The most popular models are the PlasmaWave 5500 and PlasmaWave 5300 air cleaners. [ Minimize ]