Air Purifier

Portable, Personal

Breathe easy.

  • Purifies 12 cubic metres per minute to create a continuous “bubble” of clean air
  • 4-Stage air filtration system utilises True HEPA Air filter to eliminate 99.7% of micro-pollutants
  • Gas sensor automatically adjusts to the right filtration speed based on the surrounding air quality
  • Includes 1 HEPA filter which should be replaced every 3 months. Additional HEPA filters sold separately.
  • Built in rechargeable battery lasts up to 10-hours on each charge. USB charging cable included.
  • Perfect for travel and home use – small enough to go from nursery to car, stroller and everywhere in between; measures 2.75 x 7.2 in (70 x 183 mm)

Babies inhale roughly 50% more air than grownups and kids, so they’re especially vulnerable to polluted indoor air. Help protect their growing lungs with Munchkin’s portable Air Purifier, which creates a 12-metre “bubble” of clean air wherever you go!

Small enough to fit a standard cup holder, this compact air sanitiser delivers peace of mind through a powerful 4-stage filtration system and utilises a True HEPA air filter to eliminate 99.7% of micro-pollutants and allergens.

Equipped with an LED steriliser, pre-filter and carbon filter, the air purifier sanitises 12 cubic metres of air per minute and may enhance protection against viruses, as a supplement to best-practice health and safety measures. With a gas sensor that automatically adjusts to the right filtration speed based on surrounding air quality, a 10-hour rechargeable battery and four filtration speeds, your family can enjoy purified air anywhere.

Contaminants can linger indoors, but this travel size air cleaner gives you better control over your baby’s environment – so you can both breathe easier.

It has an ultra-quiet mode to filter particles and minimise noise (a naptime must!) and it goes from the car to the stroller with ease, so it’s perfect for traveling with baby, too.

For parents, protecting family is second nature, but purifying 12 metres of personal space? That’s a breath of fresh air — literally.

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