Fellowes Canada AeraMax 300

Fellowes Canada AeraMax 300 Air Purifier {Review & Giveaway}

This week I had the opportunity to try out the Fellowes Canada AeraMax 300 Air Purifier and wanted to share a few thoughts about my experience with it. If I’m being perfectly honest, I had never considered purchasing an air purifier in the past, mostly due to the fact that I didn’t really know what the benefits were.

That said, it was definitely encouraging to read this statement from the President & CEO of the Asthma Society of Canada, Robert Oliphant, who said, “The new AeraMax air purifiers are the only such devices in Canada which have been scientifically tested and proven to be Asthma & Allergy Friendly. Investing in a quality air purifier is an essential tool for reducing allergens in your home, helping to minimize asthma and allergy symptoms.

My wife has a pretty bad hay fever allergy that affects her quality of sleep (which in turn affects my sleep), so we were excited to get the AeraMax 300 hooked up and running. Having never used an air purifier before, I was skeptical about whether it would do anything to help, but after only a couple nights we both noticed a dramatic decrease in the amount of times we were woken due to coughing. In fact, when we put the AeraMax 300 on our main floor, the one that houses our guinea pigs, we noticed not only that our family’s noses were less stuffy but also that those dust particles you see floating around were almost completely gone. I’m no air purifier expert, but I do know change when I see it and there has been a clear improvement in the air quality in our house.

I just wanted to share a couple more quick notes about the AeraMax 300. Much like Baby, air purifiers do not like to be put in the corner, so make sure you find a fairly open space, in the room that needs it most, so that it can do its job. Also, although the AeraMax 300 looks a lot like a slim R2D2, it will not interact with you no matter how many Star Wars reference you make to it. On the other hand, its Four-Stage Purification System captures 99.7% of airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns, which is way more useful to your family. Without trying it out for myself, I had no idea that there were so many benefits to purifying my air and now I don’t know how we managed without it!

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246 replies
  1. Darlene Schuller
    Darlene Schuller says:

    I would benefit most with this in my living room where I spend most of my time. I have COPD and have already lost almost 30% of lung usage, this would be a sweet win!

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  2. Alayne Langford
    Alayne Langford says:

    Hey there! We would put the Fellowes Air Purifier in my bedroom, to begin. I get awful headaches because of air, dust, pollutants so this might just help me. We also have two dogs roaming around, along with a rabbit, which sadly we keep in the corner. My short answer is upstairs. Thanks for the chance! 🙂

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  3. Jonnie
    Jonnie says:

    I think this would get the most use down in the basement. We moved my teen sons room down there and he has allergies so this wold be perfect in his new room.

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  4. Kirsten
    Kirsten says:

    We live in a basement apartment so this would be great! It seems like our house is always dusty and that doesn’t really help our 6 yr old who has asthma.

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  5. SHERRI-ANNE WILLS
    SHERRI-ANNE WILLS says:

    It would be beneficial in our living room in our small home. With the two dogs and a freestanding gas fireplace, as well as living on a major highway that is used by farm vehicles from tractors to transport trucks. Dust and pollen is a large problem for home thus my husband uses a puffer daily to breath. It would be very beneficial for him to have it in the main room which our bedroom enters from.

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  6. Bailey Dexter
    Bailey Dexter says:

    In our house we would would benefit the most from the air purifier by keeping it on the main floor. This way the family as well as the grandkids would all benefit from it!

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  7. Alex Conde
    Alex Conde says:

    The bedroom! If it’s quiet, it won’t interrupt our sleep, and if we breath better, we sleep better. Pretty much a win-win situation!

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  8. CJ MacLeod
    CJ MacLeod says:

    It would really help in my bedroom – the air flow is not the best and it always seems to accumulate dust quicker than anywhere else..

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  9. Harjit
    Harjit says:

    We would really benefit with a purifier in our living room as we spend a lot of time in this room. My little one and I have stuffy noses and we don’t even have colds. 🙁 I struggled with asthma in highschool and continue to struggle with being stuffed up in my adult life. Thank you for the chance to win; twitter [email protected]

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  10. Branka Stefanovic
    Branka Stefanovic says:

    I would have it in between our bedrooms in the hallway. I have carpet in our bedroom because I like it warm on my feet. Now I’ve learned so much from the twitter party, want one on every floor.

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  11. BobbiJo Pentney
    BobbiJo Pentney says:

    I would benefit from having the air purifier in my son’s bedroom. It would make sleeping through the night much easier and safer.

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  12. stacey dempsey
    stacey dempsey says:

    I would put it in the living room, we live in an apartment so it would pretty much help the whole place . At certain times of the year I would put it in my sons room to helphis allergies and asthma

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  13. Tava
    Tava says:

    the living room – it has the most electronics, most people and most pets at any given time – the largest windows and it’s near the kitchen – it’s a messy air environment now that I think about it – eww

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  14. Dana
    Dana says:

    I would put it upstairs near the bedrooms! 3 outta 4 of us suffer from allergies here!! Maybe it would help the dog get a better nights sleep?

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  15. SarahB
    SarahB says:

    We would use it upstairs. DS8 is asthmatic – less coughing and sneezing would be great around here as well as less dust particles.

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  16. Tom B.
    Tom B. says:

    My daughters allergies have affected her all summer….have any of you with allergies had it bad all summer?
    I worry that it is getting worse.

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  17. Kimberly D'Angelo
    Kimberly D'Angelo says:

    I would without question put it in the hallway between all of our bedrooms. Dd3 and I both have horrible allergies, And she has week little lungs.

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  18. Wanda Tracey
    Wanda Tracey says:

    Wow!!!!!!!..Thanks for the great giveaway. I would put the Fellowes Canada AeraMax Purifier in my living room and I would feel blessed if I won it because this one offers so many health benefits that would be sure to help me with my allergies.

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  19. Diane Trudeau
    Diane Trudeau says:

    I would use it in the living room. Neighbours insist on smoking outside my open windows, sending the cigarette smoke into my apartment. I have asthma. sigh

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  20. Edmond
    Edmond says:

    OMG, I would get the most benefit in the bedroom; it has mold, dust, etc. Pick me, pick me! Your next winner!!! Show me the money!!! . It would be a dream come true and means more to me than anyone else to win. 🙁 Starving artist here desperately needs the fellowes-canada-aeramax-300-air-purifier-to breath, get well, to have fun and feel alive and inspired again. A life changing experience. Top of my bucket list. Thank you for the awesomeness, the contest, and generosity. Dear Santa: I’ve been nice. My X-Mas wish this year is to win this contest.

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  21. Barb
    Barb says:

    That’s a good question.. I could use it either on the main level of the house or in the basement rec room where my son spends a lot of time… I guess I would choose the main floor as it gets so dusty and both of my boys have asthma.. What a great giveaway.. Good luck everyone.. 🙂

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  22. Tina F
    Tina F says:

    I would put it in pour living room as the kids bedrooms are directly off of the living room so it will help the bedrooms as well I think

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  23. Swee L
    Swee L says:

    We’d probably put it in the bedroom since my wife has been having asthma related sleeping issues in the past year. Something like this could finally help her get some real full nights worth of sleep!

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  24. Laurie B
    Laurie B says:

    We would benefit from the Fellowes Canada AeraMax 300 air purifier in our family room. Other then our rooms for sleeping, it is where we spend most of our time.

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  25. Amber F
    Amber F says:

    Our livingroom would be a perfect place for the air purifier! It would help with my husband’s allergies as he’s always sniffling or sneezing.

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  26. Justin F
    Justin F says:

    This would be great in either our livingroom or bedroom. I get a pretty bad case of seasonal allergies that this would help with I’m sure.

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  27. Jodi Mitrovic
    Jodi Mitrovic says:

    I would place the Fellowes Canada AeraMax 300 air purifier in our family living room for the most benefit. When the sun shines just right it’s amazing how many particles are floating in the air. We too suffer from allergies and night coughs. It would be great to see just what this bad boy can do! Super funny review- don’t put baby in a corner lol (all time fav movie) and R2D2~ thanks for the great laugh and awesome giveaway 🙂

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