Partu HEPA Air Purifier Review

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Updated June 27, 2022
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The Partu Air Purifier is one of the most unique and top-rated air purifiers on the market. Unique because it includes features like a child lock and fragrance sponge, which are not normally seen. It comes at a price though, such as a short filter life and not being Energy Star Certified. Our best air purifier under 100 can give you, even more, air purification information, so check it out!

Why We Like It – Partu HEPA Air Purifier

Partu HEPA Air Purifiers may not be as big of a brand name in air purifiers right now but they will be if they keep making products like this. The people at Partu have added features into their air purifier that no other company has, such as a child lock and fragrance sponge, and have thus made a purifier that stands out from the rest

  • Child Lock
  • Cleans Air and Gives the Room a Nice Scent
  • O-Zone Free
  • No CADR Rating
  • Not Energy Star Certified
  • Short Filter Life


The Partu HEPA Air Purifier features a three-stage filtration system: a pre-filter, a true HEPA filter, and an activated carbon filter. You can also check out the Levoit Filtration Eliminators Vista 200 for another example of a three-stage filtration system. Although, not all Levoit humidifiers have 3-stage filtration, remember. All three systems work together to eliminate pet dander, smoke, pollen, odor, and many other air destroyers for superior air quality. The noise level ranks at 38-59 dB, which is pretty average and on par with the Partu BS-08, Partu’s other main air purifier. This isn’t the quietest air purifier, but it’s still tolerable. You may also want to check out our Oransi ov200 air purifier review if you want a purifier with 400 square foot coverage. Or, check out the sister model: Oransi Max, which covers 600 sq. ft.

Moreover, there are other models with 4- to 5-stage filtration levels including the Pure Enrichment air purifier and the SilverOnyx air purifier.


“One of the coolest things to review Partu Air Purifiers on is their child lock, a feature which isn’t included in other air purifiers. Press and hold the lock button for three seconds to avoid children or pet’s changing settings during their curiosity. The fan speed settings (there are three) are also located close to this lock button. I question this only because it would be easy for a child to hold a button down for three seconds to unlock it. It would have been better to place the lock button, or fan settings, somewhere else. Check out the Molekule air purifier if a child lock isn’t something you need. However, you should go through our Philips GoPure Compact 200 review if you want a sleek yet effective air purifier for your car.


Another cool feature to mention in this Partu Air Purifier review is the ability to add a drop of essential oils to the fragrance sponge. The unit will not only clean the air but leave it smelling fresh or fruity or whatever fragrance you placed inside. This is a little different than how water air purifiers work. The unit is ozone free, which is always a plus, and is rated to clean a room up to 107 square feet. Because it was made for small rooms, the GermGuardian AC4825 may be a better option if you’re in a room bigger than a home office or small bedroom.

Partu HEPA Air Purifier Wrap Up

“It’s always great when a company decides to include features in a product you wouldn’t normally think of. It shows they are serious about trying to break into the market. Unfortunately, it has to come at a sacrifice, like a short filter life or incredibly small square foot coverage in the Partu HEPA Air Purifier’s case. Let’s hope they fix these, and retain their unique features, when they get a firmer foothold in the marketplace.

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