Electrolux Oxygen Ultra

The Electrolux Oxygen Ultra is more than a simple air purifier. This device was specially designed to reduce odors and capture pollen, dust and especially pet dander. So, if you have more pets in your house, you will want to opt for one that is capable of getting rid of pet dander, preferably an electromagnetic purifier. This particular one sells for $300, but if you decide to purchase it online, you can get it for under $200. Considering the fact that this is a highly practical device that can filter air from large rooms of 400 square, you are really getting a great deal.

Technical specifications

Because the Electrolux Oxygen Ultra is an electromagnetic model, it comes with some pros and cons. Electromagnetic air purifiers are not so popular, mainly because they use an ionizer to neutralize odors and germs, and as you probably already know, ionized air can cause damage to your lungs and aggravate breathing disorders. So, if you have asthma, severe allergies or other respiratory problems, it’s recommended to opt for a simple purifier that uses HEPA and Carbon filtration.

Nonetheless, you can still safely use it because the ozone emissions are extremely low, so it will not cause you health problems, but if you want to ensure that you live in a healthy environment and not inhale ionized air, we suggest using this device when you are not present. This particular model uses a three-stage filtration. The first stage involves using a carbon filter to reduce odors caused by smoking, cooking, pet dander or paint fumes. In the next stage, the HEPA filter traps very small particles of dust, pollen and pet danger in the air.

Performance

It’s very important to mention that the Electrolux Oxygen Ultra has been certified by the California Air Resource Board for having low to no ozone emission. This means that you can use it without fear that it may damage your lungs or promote allergies. Some of the innovative features are:

  • You can either choose to manually choose the desired programs or let it automatically detect the dirt and pollutants in the air and find an optimal level of speed, depending on the number of particles and bacteria found in the indoor air
  • When it runs on the low mode, it’s very quiet so it won’t interrupt your sleep or cause any disturbance while you are trying to relax
  • PlasmaWave technology emits negative and positive charged ions to remove odors, gasses, and germs in the air

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Convenience features

This air filter doesn’t come with many features. It lacks a timer or an operation scheduler which can be very handy for when you want to use it while you are away from your home. However, it comes with some convenient features, such as a night mode that allows you to set it on the low mode during the night so that you can manage to reduce energy costs. The air quality sensor is another great addition because you don’t have to set the programs on your own. The sensor adjusts the fan in a way so that it will be able to remove as many contaminants from the air as possible. You can also choose to operate it from a distance with the help of a remote control, for more convenience.

Design

The first thing that stands out about the Electrolux Oxygen Ultra is definitely its design, which resembles a small and stylish radiator. This unique design has, however, a purpose: it pulls air through the front and it releases back clean air through the top. This is highly convenient, as you can choose to place it against a wall or in a narrow space. This model features an easy carry handle, designed for easy transportation. Measuring just 17.6 x 10.1 x 24.3 inches and weighing about 23 pounds, it is a lightweight and compact device that can fit in most places.

Warranty and support

The Electrolux Oxygen Ultra comes with a 5-year warranty, meaning that starting with the day of purchase, you can have it repaired for free in case it has damages or defects. In order to learn more about this product, consider downloading a user manual from Electrolux’s official website. While you are there, feel free to browse through the FAQs sections or contact the support representatives for personal help.