With air pollution choking the life out of us in Delhi, and Diwali having just gone by, we decided to get pro-active in our search for better air.

First, here’s Delhi Air’s tips on how to choose a purifier that’s right for you, and listed below are some options for you to consider. Remember to make an informed choice, guys!

Crane

Photo source: Crane

Photo source: Crane

Their humidifiers are being used by celebrity moms like Jessica Alba, the Kardashians, Jennifer Garner, Ivanka Trump and more, and they’ve recently made the cross over to India. We personally use this ourselves, and love it.

We also love that they have cute owls and other animal-shaped designs.

Follow them on Facebook here and find out more here.

Kurin

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Photo source: Kurin

Their products not only include patented motors and sensors, they also claim to have the most innovative filteration procedure, as well as mobile connectivity {you can control it through an app} and advanced air analytics.

Find out more here.

Smart Air

Photo source: Smart Air Filters

Photo source: Smart Air Filters

Homegrown Smart Air has a workshop in Lado Sarai, and is cheaper than most of the brands on the list. They have a huge customer base though, so we’re pretty convinced that they’re doing a good job. You can also buy Smart Air purifiers at the Vogmask store in Khan Market.

Find out more here.

Philips

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Photo source: Philips

Humidifiers, air purifiers and a combination of both, Philips has smart sensor gadgets that improve the quality of indoor air. These are part of the Philips EcoVision programme.

Where: Shop here

Price: INR 16,999 onwards

Contact: Numbers and emails here.

Check out their website here.

Crusaders

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Photo source: Crusaders

Table top air purifiers that come in a large number of shapes, sizes and colours, this offers ample choice. From compact portable purifiers to a large floor console, we’d place our bets on Crusaders. We love the silver power tower.  

Where: Shop here

Price: INR 2,680 onwards

Contact:  +91 9958492349

Check out their website here

Airoshine

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Photo source: Airoshine

Airoshine purifiers have a total of eight levels of purification through which the air passes before it reaches your lungs. The peeps also assure us that it’s energy efficient, user-friendly and easy to maintain.

They’ve also been made especially for India and thus may be more efficient than your regular air purifier.

Where: 19-B, New Rohtak Road

Nearest Metro Station: Shastri Nagar

Contact: +91 8130128856, 011 28715896

Check out their website here.

Xiaomi

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Photo source: Xiaomi

Providing web-enabled air purifiers, the Mi air purifier apparently takes up space equivalent to a sheet of A4 paper. Plus, you use your smartphone to control it, much like everything else in your life.

Where: Shop here

Price: INR 9,000 onwards

Check out their website here. 

Eureka Forbes

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Photo source: Eureka Forbes

Not just for homes, Eureka Forbes makes car purifiers too, all of which have a seven stage purification process. The cute bulb-like Clean Air Glo releases negative ions and eliminates odour and smoke.

Where: Shop here

Price: INR 1,390 onwards

Contact:  022 30454001

Check out their website here

BluAir

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Photo source: Blue Air

Providing not only air purifiers but air monitors too, BluAir has a comprehensive product catalogue. With a Sense, Classic and Pro range, they even have Wi-Fi available in their products.

Where: Shop here

Contact:  011 46067140

Check out their website here

Sharp

You have to spend a minute answering 12 questions on the Sharp website and they will guide you towards the specific purifier that you should invest in. The Plasmacluster Ion Air Purifier inhibits H1N1 viruses and other airborne viruses, when it runs. We recommend that you put this in the middle of the room for maximum effect.

Where: Shop here

Contact:  Contact here and check out their website here

Featured photo source: Eureka Forbes