The Belita Amy wall socket ionizer generates the same 32 million negative ions as the Haphid pluggable air purifier from the 4 brush emitters at its base.
While the design is very similar, dimensions are slightly slimmer than at 3.34 x 2.16 x 1.18 inches. I prefer the simple front panel design as well.
This Belita Amy ionic air filter is available in 1, 2 or 5 pack options and good value here on Amazon.
Getting the 5 pack makes good economic sense if you want to use negative ions to clean the air in multiple rooms in your home. Per unit, it’s one of the cheapest power socket ionizers available.
This newer model has far fewer customer ratings and less feedback than the established Clarifion Air Soap plug-in air cleaner.
It also doesn’t come with independently tested ionic output or the easy portability of the highly recommended ionMi reviewed here.
You can see the Belita Amy plug-in air purifier and ionizer here on Amazon. It’s an compact and inexpensive air cleaning option, particularly with the 5 pack for multiple rooms.
There 15 more new plug-in air purifiers under $25 here to compare with the Belita Amy and find the right one for your home.
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