Breathe easy with this air purifier on sale for $100 at Walmart

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As waves of smoke have blanketed fresh air across the States, some cities have been on air quality alerts due to the wildfires in Canada. New York, in particular, is experiencing a thick haze. While there’s little that can be done at the moment for enhancing the air quality outside, an indoor air filter can help reduce particles inside our homes and offices.

The high-quality Dr.J Professional Air Purifier that’s on sale at Walmart might bring some peace of mind. Originally retailing for $189.99, it’s currently on sale today for $99.99 when purchased online. That’s a 47% savings! No coupon code is needed; simply add it to your cart and check out.


The four-stage filtration system includes a H13 True HEPA filter that works to draw air into the system. The filter is then able to capture 99.97% of harmful pollutants and particles and release fresh air back into a room that’s up to 1,800 square feet. In addition to smoke particles, it also traps pet dander, mold spores, pollen, germs and other allergens as small as .3 microns.

This device comes highly rated with an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars. We like how it has a built-in display that gives you a real-time air quality reading and automatically adjusts the fan speed as necessary. It also comes with a remote control, child lock feature and a timer that you can adjust for up to 12 hours.


There’s no telling how long this deal will last, so you might want to act fast. You can rest assured knowing that this air cleaner is FCC certified and comes with a 3-year warranty and lifetime service support.

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