We spend at least one-third of the day in our bedrooms. Naturally, you want the air you breathe in your bedroom to be as clean as possible. Finding an air purifier that lives up to your performance expectations and looks aesthetically pleasing can be difficult, particularly if you want one safe enough to use in a child’s room.

LEVOIT Core 300 vs Medify MA-14 Air Purifier

Medify’s MA-14 and Levoit’s Core 300 have a contemporary design that works well in most bedrooms. Each one meets HEPA requirements with the MA-14 exceeding that filtration rate. The Core 300 is equipped with a panel lockout mechanism, and the MA-14 offers a nightlight option. Both complete multiple air exchanges per hour without making a ton of noise.

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Tabletop-Sized and HEPA Filtration

Medify MA-14
This all-white mini-tower measures 8 by 8 inches and stands 12 inches tall, making it perfect for placement on a nightstand or dresser. Although it&#