Lago Air Purifier
The Lago Air Purifier is designed to work for homes. It has a washable pre-screen and true HEPA air filter that traps up to 00.97% of dust, pollen, pet dander, and other air particles. The activated charcoal carbon filter also reduces unwanted odors. The purifier can clean the air in rooms up to 322 square feet.
- Ease of use
Air purifier helps to clean the air in your home.
Living in southern Indiana, I have had allergies all my life. Throw in a couple of cats and dogs to the mix, and the allergies are a bit worse. Air purifiers are a must in my home, so I was excited to try out the Lago.
Operational and Technical Specifications
- High-grade CADR particles 205 CFM*
- Rated Voltage 120 V~
- Rated Frequency 60 H7
- Rated Power 35 W
- Noise <55dB
- Dimensions (W x H x D) 14.17 x7.87x 21.81 in.
- Weight 13.67 lbs.
*The applicable area is calculated as (0.07-0.12) x CADR particulate matter. Different environments, outdoor pollution, or other factors affect the applicable area.
It was a little awkward getting the air purifier out of the box due to the size and weight of the device. The air purifier is much larger than the other brands I have purchased. One of my favorite things about the packaging was the large sticker above the control panel. The control panel graphics and tidbits of information were a nice touch. The sticker was very easy to remove and did not leave any sticky residue on the display screen.
Despite my struggle to easily remove the air purifier from the box, installing the filter was very simple. The set-up manual was very easy to read, follow and understand. The diagrams for installation were easy to follow as well. I wish more user guides were this easy to understand.
Since my living room is a high-traffic area, I felt that would be the best place to try out the air purifier. The air purifier has three speeds for airflow and the speed changes with a press of a button. Speed 1 is very quiet, and I cannot hear it in the living room. Speed 2 is a little louder but super easy to ignore. Speed 3 is much louder than I expected, and I can hear it in my bedroom with the door shut. Fortunately, the user guide recommends the highest speed if the air quality is poor and the number in the PM2.5 Number Display is >150 for the fastest air purification.
I have always been curious about the air quality in my home, and I found the PM2.5 Number Display to be very interesting. The color on the display panel correlates to the air quality and will change colors based on improving or worsening air quality conditions. According to the user guide, the particulate matter 2.5 (PM2.5) levels illuminate and indicates the current air quality level.
The quality range is:
- 0-75 = Clean (the screen will be blue)
- 75-150 = Fair (the screen changes to green)
- >150 = Poor (the screen changes to red)
Surprisingly, the air quality in my home stayed around 19-25. I truly expected this to be worse.
The display panel is nice and has some great features. The child lock feature is super easy to use. Using this feature is just as simple as pressing and holding the button for 3 seconds to activate or deactivate this feature. The child lock feature would have been a dream come true when my kids were younger. I also liked the “Auto Mode Button” as this feature, when in use, allows the air purifier to automatically adjust the speed of airflow based on the air quality.
Overall, I do like this air purifier and its features.