air purifier that is able to beat the smoke detector

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Honeywell HFD-110 (0)
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So I am looking for an air purifier that is able to beat the smoke detector in my studio without opening window (it's cold outside that's why) and now I'm stuck at these four candidates:

1. Honeywell HFD-110
$120 on Amazon
- Removable particles: as small as 0.3 microns - HEPA filter
- Origin: USA
- Permanent filter
- Easy to clean
- High power consumption
(and despite of high stars rating, a comment said that it's not HEPA, but Ionizer)

2. Winix FresHome Model P300
$184 on Amazon
- Removable particles: as small as 0.3 microns - HEPA filter
- Origin: Korea
- PlasmaWave Technology (not cause harmful ozone)
- 4 extra carbon filters

3. Clair BF2025
$225 on Amazon
- Removable particles: as small as 0.1 microns - e2f filter (patent owned)
- Origin: Korea
- Easy to clean
- One button remote
- Extremely low power consumption ($1/month for 24/7 use)
- Not cause harmful ozone
(this one is the newest recommendation from tech blogs)

4. Whirlpool Whispure APR25530L
$220 on Amazon
- Removable particles: as small as 0.3 microns - HEPA filter
- Origin: China
- Varied Mode (I'm getting confused just by looking at manual)
- Noisy

Please pick one for me or suggest what you are thinking is supreme
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I would say number 3? It gets rid of the smallest particles, and if it's the highest recommend then it's probably best for the job
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Why don't you put photos of each so we don't have to click the links?

I think the price range from 1-4 is too big. Then consider power consumption, the Clair should be the pick.
p/s: I don't know Winix is Korean. Are we surrounded by Korean electronics without knowing?
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Honeywell has a permanent filter I guess you cannot replace it so just in case something happens to the unit you'll have to invest in a brand new one .Air purifiers function as long as they are switched on . Presuming this air purifier consumes a lot of power you would definitely not keep it switched on all the time and the entire purpose of purchasing an air purifier is lost .

Winix plasma wave technology .. well I looked it up online..it is similar to ionizers but some new fancy name given and it is not something which is required and 4 carbon filters ??!! you are looking at big maintenance costs..

Clair is a new product so you'll have to trust what the website http://go-clair.com/ tells you but I saw a patent certificate as well as few positive reviews online . There is a smoke test video as well


Whirlpool whispure looks good as well but its a Chinese brand so I've my doubts regarding the filter life .
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