The Dreo Macro Pro air purifier can help you enjoy spring without the allergies

Pollen doesn’t stand a chance

Dreo Macro Pro HEPA air purifier in garden
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For many of us, spring means fresh air and sunshine. But, for 50 million Americans, it may mean itchy eyes, runny noses, and discomfort as a result of the many allergies that spike throughout the warmer months of the year. If you’ve got allergies, you don’t have to brace yourself for spring and suffer in silence. The Dreo Macro Pro air purifier can suck many allergens right out of the air, giving you fresh air to breathe day and night.

Allergens like pollen, animal dander, and mold can be so small that you can’t see them, but that won’t stop the Dreo Macro Pro from capturing them. This air purifier uses a three-stage filtration system that can remove 99.97% of particles from the air down to 0.3 microns in size. 

The Dreo Macro Pro achieves this filtration with a primary filter that can remove larger particles. This stage will already capture a lot of allergens like pollen, but it will also filter out hair, dust, and more. Dreo doesn’t stop there. The H13 HEPA filter in the middle tackles tiny particles, even handling mites, bacteria, and virus particles. There’s not much left to worry about after that stage, but the Dreo Macro Pro goes further still with a final activated carbon layer that will weed out bad odors, formaldehyde, and volatile organic compounds.

The air that comes out of the Dreo Macro Pro is not only incredibly fresh but also almost entirely devoid of the allergens that make spring such a headache for many of us. The system simply sucks them up and captures them.

Of course, allergens are going to keep on trying to come at you. But the Dreo Macro Pro is ready. The powerful, 360-degree air intake can see 183 cubic feet of air pass through the filtration system every minute. That translates to some serious cleaning power in large and small rooms alike.

Dreo Macro Pro air purifying times by room size

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Set the Dreo Macro Pro up in a 300-sq.-ft room, and it will filter all of the air in about thirteen minutes. You can keep the system running in a 679-sq.-ft room to see the air recycled a little over twice an hour. Small rooms, such as your bedroom, won’t have a chance to see allergens gather, as the Dreo Macro Pro can clean the air in them in minutes.  

You can run the Macro Pro all night in its Sleep Mode, which will see it run at a calming 20dB. Even if you opt to run the air purifier at maximum power all day and night, the Energy Star-certified appliance will only cost you about 30 cents to run all week. The system also supports a smart mode that adjusts speeds depending on how much filtration the air needs. 

If you’re ready to kick your spring allergies to the curb, you can get the Dreo Macro Pro Air Purifier directly from Dreo and from Amazon.  

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