This Top-Rated, Design-Friendly Air Purifier Is Finally Available on Amazon

Molekule air filter in a playroom
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If you're struggling with indoor allergies (or simply want to increase the air quality in your home), you may want to think about investing in an air purifier. There are plenty of options for every budget on the market, but there's one top-rated brand called Molekule that's expanding its accessibility and officially making its way to Amazon.

According to the American Lung Association's 2019 "State of Air" report, more than four in 10 Americans live with unhealthy air quality. But as people have become more aware of air pollution, there's been an increase in air purifier popularity, especially on sites like Amazon. (For more info on why and how air purifiers work, here's an article where we really break it down.)

"At Molekule, we've taken a fundamentally different approach to air purification," Dilip Goswami, CEO and co-founder of Molekule, said in a statement, with the company using Photo Electrochemical Oxidation (PECO) technology to "destroy pollutants" rather than "traditional air purifiers [that] have been designed for decades to merely capture air pollutants."

"We remain laser-focused on expansion, and Amazon allows us the ability to get breakthrough scientific innovation into more homes, providing clean air for all."

The Molekule Air (designed for rooms up to 600 square feet) and Molekule Air Mini (ideal for smaller spaces up to 250 square feet) are now available for pre-order on Amazon, along with Molekule filters, starting at $59. The air purifiers will start shipping on February 1, and if you pre-order one now, you can get a PECO filter for free.

Check out the Molekule air purifiers that you can pre-order on Amazon now.

Molekule Air air purifier
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Molekule Air Mini air purifier
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Pauline Lacsamana

Pauline Lacsamana

Pauline is a freelance lifestyle writer based in Providence, Rhode Island. When she's not writing, you can find her at her local yoga studio or scoping out hidden gems at flea markets and thrift stores.