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Rabbit Air Wins "Best Air Purifier" in New York Magazine

New York magazine recently went on a quest for clean air in their article “The Best Air Purifier for Allergy Season, According to Allergists” in their May 1st issue. After consulting with allergists, they named the winner: Rabbit Air’s very own BioGS 2.0!

The allergists the editors reached out to recommended HEPA filtration over ionizers to remove even the smallest of allergens. HEPA filtration is used in all of Rabbit Air’s air purifiers and traps particles at 0.3 microns at a 99.97% efficiency.

The article dubs the BioGS 2.0 the “Mercedes of air purifiers.” We at Rabbit Air are thrilled to be compared to the top tier of quality and design. The editors go on to note how quiet and efficient it is as the air purifier seamlessly changes fan speeds when detecting particles in the air. 

Thank you New York magazine for sharing Rabbit Air with your readers! Grab yourself a copy (or read it here), cozy into your reading corner, and let New York magazine and Rabbit Air help you relax and breathe easily.

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Comments on this post ( 6 )

  • Sep 14, 2017

    Hello Lou,

    The BioGS 2.0 does not have a heating component.

    Kind Regards,

    The Rabbit Air Team

    — Rabbit Air

  • Sep 14, 2017

    Hello Carl,

    The BioGS 2.0 air purifier price ranges from $369.95-$419.95. For more information about this model, please go to: https://www.rabbitair.com/pages/biogs2-air-purifier.

    Kind Regards,

    The Rabbit Air Team

    — Rabbit Air

  • Aug 11, 2017

    What is the cost of the new air filter?
    I have 4 of the older one.

    — Carl Scott

  • Aug 11, 2017

    I am sorry to hear that they didn’t pick your other model air purifier, the MinusA2, for having the best air quality. I own 4 of those and have purchased many of them for friends and family. It would be helpful if you could test air quality of your different models and compare the results so those of us with lung/breathing issues know which model to buy. I personally don’t care what the purifier looks like (I see the Minus2 got an award for the way it looks in Japan), I want the best air quality possible.

    And comments should be allowed to be posted without having to put an email address into the comment section. Please do NOT make my email address public. I am posting an email address I use very occasionally but do not check regularly just in case it does get published.

    — M.E.M.

  • Aug 10, 2017

    I have had my purifier for about 10 years

    I stayed in pasadena by the free way, and now am in LA

    Needless to say, if i am there it is on, and most of the time it is one when i am not there

    It is a very wonderful purifier…

    I do want to buy the new model

    I am a disabled Marine stuck on skid row and trying to get out…

    I am thankful that i have been able to get the first purifier, it helps with my health…

    When more stable, i will buy a new purifier and pass the one i have to another Veteran friend.

    Peace and thanks

    Kenneth James (art)

    — Kenneth James

  • Aug 08, 2017

    Does this have a heating until also
    Thanks Lou

    — Lou Korzniecki

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