Air purifiers have garnered much attention this past few years of the pandemic. They reminded us how important clean air is in our homes. And while these appliances are meant to be functional. That isn’t all they are. LG took the route of Dyson with its LG AeroTower. It recently made its local debut, reminding us what this air purifier offers.
LG says the AeroTower takes inspiration from the Red Canyon in Israel, making this appliance look like a piece of art in your home. It has a three-step filtration system, including a pre-filter, a 360-degree HEPA filter, and a deodorization filter. This system works to improve indoor air quality and effectively removes allergens, odors, fine dust, and other harmful gases in your home.
It helps clean and cools the rooms it is in, with three different airflow settings. It has 10-speed settings and can be adjusted through manual touch controls on the unit, its remote control, or the LG ThinQ app. The LG AeroTower can cover rooms of up to 818 sq. ft.
LG also equips this purifier with its exclusive UVnano LED technology, promising to kill 99.9% of bacteria on fan blades for an added layer of protection. It’s also equipped with a PM 1.0 sensor that continuously monitors and detects contaminants one micron or smaller in diameter (≤PM1.0). You can check the air quality rating right on the AeroTower’s LCD. The LG ThinQ app also allows users to adjust temperature settings and get updates on air quality and notifications on when the air purifier’s filters need replacement.
The LG AeroTower retails for PHP 42,999.
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