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Our immune systems have enough to handle already, so give yours a break allergy-wise with an air purifier.

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Save $50: The well-reviewed Bissell air320 smart air purifier is $50 off at Amazon as of April 1, scoring you a large-space HEPA filter for $279.99.

After a year of being paranoid about every little sniffle or scratchy throat, no one has time for allergies in 2021. We can’t control the pollen and dust floating around outside, but we can take charge of the irritating particles coming into our homes — the place where we’ve been spending most of our time.

The beloved Bissell air320 smart air purifier is itching to free your large spaces (up to 308 square feet) of the invisible nastiness that a desktop air purifier can’t tackle. A $50 Amazon discount gets it to your home for less than $280, plus free delivery.

There’s no timer on the air320, but that’s not your problem. The automated CirQulate System reads the room (literally), provides real-time air quality readings, and kicks the fan to a speed appropriate for how much cleansing the room needs. Another sensor watches the ambient light in the room and automatically makes the switch to a quieter night mode — though the air320 consistently receives good marks for being one of the quietest roommates on the market (even in regular mode).

Your home’s air is really put through the wringer with three stages of filtration. After the pre-filter catches fur and other bigger floaters, the HEPA steps in to capture smaller irritants like pollen, dust mites, and smoke particles. Officially, the HEPA should grab 99.97% of particles down to .3 microns. For perspective, a single piece of human hair measures about 70 microns.

The last line of defense is a honeycomb-shaped activated carbon filter, which absorbs gases and VOCs that cause odor, including from litter boxes or pet beds, cooking, or the laundry room’s pile of gym clothes. When the filter itself starts to smell weird, it’s time to change it.

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