What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Medify MA-112 Air Purifier with H13 True HEPA Filter | 2,500 sq ft Coverage | for Allergens, Smoke, Smokers, Dust, Odors, Pollen, Pet Dander | Quiet 99.9% Removal to 0.1 Microns | White, 1-Pack?

A total of 2 reviews of this product on Reddit.

3 points


7th Jun 2021

We bought this honker a year ago for about $500 for me and our asthma my kitty. We run it 24/7 on the 2nd the lowest speed. It works great and we haven’t even had to replace the filters yet.

1 point


28th Jul 2020

I posted this as a topic but got mostly snark in return. If anyone has some constructive advice for the issue we are facing, it would be genuinely appreciated!

MY brother will be returning to school in Sept to teach ~20 kids from 9am-12:30pm every day in-class.   Current guidance to teachers and kids is “masks + distance + good-luck-with-all-that”.

As he’s being somewhat thrown to the viral-wolves, we’re looking at ways to reduce the risk to him and his kids. There’s some evidence that if you can change over the air in a closed space like a class room 6x an hour, viral loads can be significantly reduced.  I believe typical school HVACs change over the air 1-2x an hour.  

Scrubbing the air with HEPA filter units that are above specified CADR ratings such as https://www.amazon.com/Medify-Air-Purifier-Coverage-Allergies/dp/B07LFJMS2S/ also seem to have a positive impact on reducing viral load.  

Airflow itself is also important.  We want to bring in as much fresh air and clean it with the HEPA units.

Minimally our plan is to get a handful of units like the above, rig up some fans + heaters in the classroom windows, and hope for the best.  However, we are eager to hear from experts about what we can do, with limited support and resources, to diminish the risk for him and his kids.

Important to note that any solution we design will ultimately come down to purchasing commercially available equipment and making reasonable changes to my brothers classroom setup.  In other words, we are resource constrained and can’t do anything about the surrounding school environment, policies, school HVAC, and other issues outside of our control, but I’m hopeful we can get creative and make some reasonable moves within my brothers classroom that will bend the risk curve in his and his kids favor.

We have some resources to purchase the right commercial products, but other than that, we are eager to hear from experts regarding products, optimal room setup, airflow, filtration, or any other issues we may not be considering.  Any commentary and thoughts on this issue would be greatly appreciated as we tackle this difficult problem.  

Thank you!