Vax unveils the Pure Air 300 air purifier

Introducing the most effective way to clean the air in your home*
We spend so much time cleaning around us to ensure our homes, children and pets are clean. But what about the air we breathe? Smoke, pollen and dust particles are on the rise, and allergies are increasing. City populations are growing and people are living in smaller spaces, which can make it harder to remove cooking and pet smells.

A Vax air purifier can help improve the quality of air we breathe, by trapping and removing harmful particles. New for 2016, the Pure Air 300 air  purifier is the UK's most effective way to clean the air in your home*.

How does the Vax Pure Air 300 work?

Using its built in HEPA filter, the Vax Pure Air 300 traps 99.9% of potentially harmful particles down to 0.3 micron,  helping to remove the pollen and dust that can make us cough, sneeze and disturb our sleep. This makes it ideal for allergy, asthma and hay fever sufferers.

The Vax Pure Air 300 Air Purifier’s Smart Air Sensor Technology means you can see when the air is being cleaned. It monitors the air that passes through the sensor and automatically adjusts the fan speed accordingly, as well as changing the light display from red, amber to green, whilst removing harmful airborne pollutants. The ioniser setting releases negative ions into the air to remove airborne bacteria, mould and allergens.

What are the noticeable benefits?

You don’t have to have allergies, hay fever or smoke to benefit from a Vax air purifier. They can improve your indoor environment, whether you live in an urban population, rural population, you’re a pet owner or a new parent. They can impact each of these living environments in different and positive ways.

• Helps hay fever and allergy sufferers by removing pollen and allergens from the air so less coughing, sneezing, and a better night’s sleep.
• Improves your indoor environment and air quality significantly.
• Lingering smells from cooking, pets and smoke are noticeably reduced.
• Breathing cleaner air while we sleep means a deeper, uninterrupted sleep.
• Reduces dust particles.

Do Vax air purifiers have a HEPA filter?

All Vax air purifiers have a built-in HEPA filter that traps airborne particles, helping to reduce pollen, dust, tobacco smoke and odours. The majority of models have been awarded The British Allergy Seal of Approval. 

Graham Curtis, Head of Category at Vax says: “Indoor air is up to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air, meaning every day our lungs breathe in pollution, dust and allergens. By cleaning our air, we are cleaning our lungs. Our new Vax Pure Air 300 Air Purifier significantly improves your indoor environment and air quality, whether you live in an urban population or rural population.’’

For more information visit or call the UK-based Vax Customer Careline on 0330 026 8455.

*Compared to Air Purifiers. Tested on Smoke. November 2015 

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