Review of the Coway Airmega 150 - Bio Walis
Coway Airmega 150

Review of the Coway Airmega 150

Coway Airmega 150: I am an avid supporter of Coway Air Purifiers. I have a huge Coway at the workplace, and because to COVID concerns, I relocated last year — and I’m now fairly near to the motorway. I felt I needed another Coway Air Purifier in my house and purchased the Coway Airmega 150 for testing purposes.

The 150-horsepower Coway Airmega

The Coway Airmega 150 is a genuine HEPA purifier with automatic mode and air quality monitoring. It has a filter change indication and is available in a variety of colours (dove white is beautiful and goes with anything).

The Coway Airmega 150 filter system is three-stage. The filter is machine washable (yay! That I enjoy). The filter collects and eliminates up to 99.97 percent of airborne 0.3-micron particles – this includes pollen and pollutants. Living next to a motorway reinforced how critical these elements are.

I met with two customers yesterday who refused to meet in the office due to COVID-19 (which I understand). However, I do not have visitors to my house due of COVID. However, I considered what I affectionately refer to as “My Airmega” and believed it would “guard” me.

Coway Airmega 150
Coway Airmega 150

Characteristics and functionality

The air purifier is quite simple to use. The purifier may be delivered directly to your door; all you have to do is unpack and plug it in. Simple. You can get the Airmega 150 — as well as the Coway Company — on Amazon.

While the clients were in my house, one of them inquired as to why the filter had a red light on it. I peered out the window of my top-floor balcony onto the motorway. Smog! I had not felt the familiar onset of asthma — why? As a result of this Airmega!

I’ve been monitoring the air quality for many weeks and was able to explain that the pollution sensor would inform you every minute of the day — in real time — of how clean or unclean your indoor air is.

The filter dot becomes red for many hours in the morning and later in the evening. I enjoy the sensor’s quality — and am certain that my “auto” option is optimal. Earlier in COVID, the light did not flash red, the pollution was not as thick, and the motorway was not as loud. However, individuals are resurfacing, as shown by my air purification system.

You may keep your fan on always or set it to auto to identify when to turn it on. If the system is set to auto, the fan will automatically shut down after thirty minutes if no pollution is detected.

What I Enjoy and What Could Be Improved

This purifier is the ideal size for me and practically any space. I’ve experimented with different purifiers that perform well in big spaces. This purifier is capable of purifying spaces up to 214 square feet (so like a 15 ft. X 15 ft. room). My ceilings are 12 feet high, yet the Airmega still cleans the air.

I enjoy how the Airmega 150 has a really clean, sleek appearance that is both contemporary and unobtrusive.

Where to Purchase

The Coway Airmega 150 is around $150. You may purchase it directly from their website or via shops like as Amazon, Walmart, Target, Bed Bath & Beyond, and Kohls.

Within the Container

Perfectly packaged – the box contains simply the Coway Airmega. Every detail is self-evident.

Observations in General

Having allergies (particularly when they trigger asthma) is a miserable experience. If you’re looking to improve the air quality in your home or business, the Coway Airmega air purifier may help. This air purifier is a decent deal (I looked at and tested a variety of filters), the design is attractive, and it is quite reliable.

Bear in mind that maintaining good health is particularly critical during this COVID-19 outbreak, and that keeping your air cleaner may benefit your overall health – especially if you live near a motorway, like I do!