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This air purifier comes with multiple filters to remove 99.97% of airborne pollutants like dust, smoke and pollen effectively. It is designed to work continuously to enhance the air quality around you.
The AirMax 8L Air Purifier comes with multiple filters — a washable pre-filter, a H13 True HEPA Filter, a Novel Blue Filter, a Honeycomb Activate Carbon Filter and Cold Catalyst Filter — to remove 99.97% of airborne pollutants like dust, smoke and pollen. For some shoppers, it's a game-changer.
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This smart air purifier has a built-in a smart sensor automatically indicates your air quality with an LED light that changes color from red to blue, while adjusting fan speed from low to high.
This smart air filter has an eco mode that will automatically it off when no pollution is detected for 30 minutes and will indicate the air quality with an LED light that changes color from red to blue, while adjusting fan speed from low to high.
"I live in an exceptionally dusty place," shared a grateful customer. "Seriously, I can't go two days without a thick layer of dust forming on anything. When the light would shine through the window, you saw the light shafts because it was nearly a pillar of dust floating through the air...This was totally the best purchase I've made in a long time. We set it up, it was roaring and red for maybe an hour, and then we noticed something drastic. The air wasn't fuzzy. Shapes weren't fuzzy because there were not dust particles everywhere. It had went from red to yellow, and the filter didn't give out like I expected to.Probably increased our lifespan."
This purifier features 360° air intake and can clean a 600 square foot room in 30 minutes. It captures 99.97% of airborne pollutants as small as 0.3 microns.
This affordable air purifier captures 99.97 percent of the pet hair, dander, and odor that circulates in your home. Plus, it’s compact, quiet and easy to assemble.
"I live in NYC where the floor gets dusty 3 days after vacuum, so having an air purifier is important to me," wrote a satisfied customer. "Overall the device doesn’t make noticeable noise and works perfectly! I like how it have sleeping mode and timer, so I could keep it on during sleep. Good purchase for sure."
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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A Russian former deputy premier was re-elected as head of international chess body FIDE by a landslide Sunday, seeing off a Ukrainian challenger who said the incumbent was part of Moscow's "war machine".
BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) -Australia beat India by nine runs to claim the Commonwealth Games women's T20 cricket gold medal on Sunday but the real winner was the sport which delivered compelling competition and boosted its case to be included in the Olympics. A part of the Commonwealth Games programme for the first time, women's cricket was one of the most sought after tickets in Birmingham particularly for Sunday's absorbing final between top ranked Australia and cricket-mad India.
Lord Mountbatten’s division of India into two countries was a disaster in which a million died. Using newly colourised archive footage, this documentary explores those brutal events India 1947: Partition in Colour … Jawaharlal Nehru, left, Lord Mountbatten, centre and Muhammad Ali Jinnah discuss the partition of India. Photograph: Universal History Archive/Universal Images Group/Getty Images
Former captain Kohli and Bumrah were left out of the T20 squad for the five-match series against West Indies, which India went on to win 4-1 on Sunday. Kohli has endured a lean run of form across all formats and the 33-year-old is without a century in international cricket since November 2019.
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A Moscow court on Monday ordered journalist Marina Ovsyannikova, who denounced Russia's intervention in Ukraine, to pay a new fine for discrediting the Russian army. In March, Ovsyannikova shot to prominence for interrupting a live TV broadcast to denounce Russia's military intervention in Ukraine. Her lawyer did not rule out on Monday the possibility she could face a criminal probe in the future. Last week, another court ordered the 44-year-old journalist to pay 50,000 rubles (around $800) for discrediting the Russian army. On Monday, Ovsyannikova, a former editor at state-controlled Channel One, said Moscow's Cheryomushkinsky district court ordered her to pay 40,000 rubles. Ovsyannikova's lawyer Dmitry Zakhvatov told AFP she was fined for a post on Facebook. Two convictions within the space of six months can lead to a criminal case. In court, Ovsyannikova said she "trolled" the judge but he did not seem to understand her irony. "America and Europe are to blame for the fact that there is no longer freedom of speech, just courts and fair elections in Russia. And people are put in jail for calling for peace," she said in court, according to her statement on messaging app Telegram. Ovsyannikova, a mother of two, was briefly detained in July. Her short detention came several days after she demonstrated alone near the Kremlin, holding up a sign criticising the military intervention in Ukraine and President Vladimir Putin. After sending troops to Ukraine, Moscow adopted laws imposing sentences of up to 15 years in prison for spreading information about the military deemed false by the authorities. Russian authorities have not announced the opening of any criminal investigation against Ovsyannikova. In the months following her March protest, Ovsyannikova spent time abroad, working for three months for Germany's Die Welt. In early July, she announced that she was returning to Russia to settle a dispute over the custody of her two children. The journalist, who worked for state TV for 19 years, told AFP in a recent interview she had to sell her car to bring in some extra money. Ovsyannikova, who does not currently have a permanent job, works as a freelancer for foreign media. bur/kjm
China carried out fresh military drills around Taiwan Monday, Beijing said, defying calls for it to end its largest-ever exercises encircling the democratic island in the wake of a visit by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
A top US diplomat warned Pacific Islands of a new struggle against violent power-hungry regimes Sunday, as she visited the Solomon Islands to mark the 80th anniversary of World War II's Battle of Guadalcanal.
England's Delicious Orie was crowned the Commonwealth Games super-heavyweight champion on Sunday, as the Northern Ireland brother and sister duo of Aidan and Michaela Walsh also won boxing gold medals.
China's thunderous response to US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan visit brought cross-Strait tensions to their highest level in years and sparked an outpouring of nationalist zeal online, but the mood on the streets in mainland China is a little more circumspect.
Four more ships loaded with grain set off from Ukrainian ports on Sunday, as Moscow and Kyiv blamed each other for a new strike at a Russian-occupied nuclear plant. "The second convoy of Ukrainian supplies has just left... three from Chornomorsk and one from Odessa," Kyiv's infrastructure ministry wrote on Telegram. It said the Mustafa Necati, the Star Helena, the Glory and the Riva Wind were carrying "around 170,000 tonnes of agriculture-related merchandise." Meanwhile, Moscow and Kyiv traded accusations over who bombed the Zaporizhzhia nuclear site in southern Ukraine, Europe's largest atomic power complex which has been under Russian control since the early days of the February 24 invasion. The recent fighting at the plant prompted UN's nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to warn of "the very real risk of a nuclear disaster." On Sunday, Russia's occupying authorities in the town of Enerhodar where the plan is located said the Ukrainian army overnight "carried out a strike with a cluster bomb fired from an Uragan multiple rocket launcher." The projectiles fell "within 400 metres of a working reactor," Russia's state news agency TASS reported. The strike damaged some administrative buildings and fell in a "zone storing used nuclear fuel". However Ukraine's state nuclear energy company Enerhoatom that operates the plant said the "Russian occupiers once again fired rockets at the site of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant and the town of Enerhodar." "One... employee was hospitalised with shrapnel wounds caused by the explosion," it said in a statement. AFP was not able to confirm the allegations from an independent source. On Saturday, Enerhoatom, had already said parts of the facility had been "seriously damaged" by military strikes the previous day and one of its reactors forced to shut down. The prospect of the giant complex being seriously damaged in the fighting has set off alarm. "Any military firepower directed at or from the facility would amount to playing with fire, with potentially catastrophic consequences," IAEA Rafael Grossi said on Saturday. - 'Sign of hope' - The renewed shipments of Ukrainian grain to help ease global food shortages and bring down prices nevertheless offer a small glimmer of hope as the war enters its sixth month. Ukraine, one of the world's largest grain exporters, had been forced to halt almost all deliveries in the wake of Russia's invasion, sending global food prices soaring and making imports prohibitively expensive for some of the world's poorest nations. In Rome on Sunday, Pope Francis welcomed the resumption of grain exports as "a sign of hope" that showed dialogue was possible to end the war. "I sincerely hope that, following this path, we can put an end to the fighting and arrive at a just and lasting peace." A bulk carrier had arrived in Chornomorsk on Saturday to be loaded with grain for the first time since Moscow's invasion. Last Monday, the Sierra Leone-flagged vessel, Razoni, set sail from the Ukrainian port of Odessa carrying 26,000 tonnes of corn in the first departure under the deal that was brokered with the help of Turkey. Then on Friday, Kyiv said another three ships loaded with grain had also set off for Turkey and markets in Ireland and Britain with a further 13 waiting to depart. bur-spm/bp/yad