Why Buy an Alen BreatheSmart FLEX?
An incredible looking unit at a nice price, the Alen BreatheSmart FLEX can be also be customized to meet the air purifying needs of any average-size room, with True HEPA filter options that remove dust and allergens. Add to that the BreatheSmart’s line of designer panels that come in a range of colors and texture and you’ve got the most interior design savvy unit we’ve seen.
Why Customers Love the Alen BreatheSmart FLEX
As it’s name suggests, the Alen BreatheSmart FLEX is, well, flexible. With a much slimmer profile than the larger units in the BreatheSmart line, along with interchangeable designer panels and filters, you can basically put this where you want it and decide what you want it to remove from the air. The new capacitive touch panel is a breeze to use, and it’s stripped down control options mean you don’t have to make many decisions.
Who Needs an Alen BreatheSmart FLEX
If you want the performance and aesthetic of the BreatheSmart family, but you’re on a strict budget, this is probably the unit for you. While some of the advanced features of the BreatheSmart and BreatheSmart FIT50 have been left out, you still get incredible performance from a company whose track record on support and results is impressive.
How a BreatheSmart Purifier Works
Air is drawn into the unit and filtered at a high rate. The BreatheSmart FLEX can purify large amounts of air while maintaining a peaceful environment. Once inside, the air moves through advanced True HEPA material where allergens and pollutants are captured. Finally, purified air is then circulated back into the room.
When to Use an Alen BreatheSmart FLEX
After conducting air quality studies, our Air Purifiers America experts have found the air quality in a room can returned to pre-cleaned levels only two hours after turning off an air purifier. Based on these findings, we recommend you run your air purifier 24/7 to maintain the cleanest air possible. If you run your air purifier at the recommended levels, you air purifier will require a new filter every 9-12 months.
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