The Makers of Instant Pot Launched An ‘Instant’ Air Purifier and It Just Went on Sale
CLEAN AIR IN AN INSTANT
The Instant HEPA Quiet Air Purifier filters out 99.97% of dust, pet hair, mold and smoke from your space
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The Instant Pot was basically synonymous with the pandemic, with millions of people perfecting their pressure cooker recipes while quarantining at home. Now, the company behind the viral slow cooker has launched another product borne out of Covid: an air purifier.
And just like the Instant Pot became a must-have Black Friday pickup, Instant Homes’ new air purifier is on sale right now. Regularly $113+, Amazon’s new deal gets you the portable air purifier for just $102 — a 10% discount and the first price drop this season.
Dubbed the “Instant HEPA Quiet Air Purifier,” the backpack-sized purifier works to filter out dust, pet hair, pollen, mold and other particles as small as 0.3 microns. That’s thanks to its powerful HEPA-13 filter, which Instant Brands says captures 99.97% of ultrafine particles in the air.
The air purifier is also powerful enough to purify the air in rooms up to 1140 square-feet in size, making it great for living rooms, small apartments and offices alike. It’s also a great pickup as wildfires in Quebec continue to affect air quality across the East Coast. The Instant Air Purifier easily filters out smoke and removes odors, thanks to an activated carbon filter layer that works on everything from cigarette smoke to smells from cooking.
Everything is packed into a whisper-quiet unit that automatically adjusts its fan settings based on the air quality in the room. The auto shut-off mode helps to save energy too, and a light sensor automatically turns off the digital display and lowers the noise level when it’s time for bed.
The new air purifier deal comes amid news that Instant Pot’s parent company, Instant Brands, is filing for bankruptcy. The company cites rising interest rates and tighter credit as reasons behind the filing.