Review of EdenPure Air Purifier Models



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EdenPure Air Purifier Summaries EdenPure Whole House G-7


Model: EdenPURE Whole House G-7
- Very Good Rating
Up to 3000 sqft
MSRP $372
Conclusion: This is a knock-off of a great product; decent cleaning power.
Detailed Review Below

EdenPure Area


Model: EdenPURE Area
- Good Rating
Up to 1000 sqft
MSRP $227
Conclusion: A mixture of inexpensive technologies; the G-7 is a better choice.
Detailed Review Below EdenPure RoomPure


Model: EdenPURE RoomPURE
- Fair Rating
Up to 200 sqft
MSRP $55
Conclusion: A basic plug-in air purifier; nightlight.
Detailed Review Below



EdenPure Air Purifier Detailed Reviews EdenPureg7small



Model: EdenPURE Whole House G-7
Last Reviewed: 4-04-2008
Rating Score: 65/100 points


Summary: The EdenPURE Whole House G-7 combines Passive UV microorganism control with active negative ionization and ozone oxidation. On the surface the marketing for this purifier makes it sound like a wonderful purifier. It will do some cleaning, but the technology is a knock-off from Ecoquest purifiers. Some of the copied technologies/materials are inferior and some are a bit dated. Ecoquest is by far the superior purifier and many "copies" abound. This EdenPure Air Purifier is a so-so example of a copy. The web information rates this purifier as whole house and up to 3000 sqft; my experience and the inferior technologies used tell me this is grossly exaggerated. The rating shows a very good value, but the overall rating is average.

Basic Specifications:

  • Designed for spaces up to 1500 sqft
  • Passive and Active purification technology
  • Step 1: pre filter for larger particles
  • Step 2: UV light with catalytic screen for odor/gas control
  • Step 3: ozone plate for odor/gas/VOC/microbial control
  • Step 4: negative only ionization for limited particle removal
  • Control panel allows technology customization
  • Remote control and timer options
  • Yearly Operating Costs $74.32
  • 1-year limited warranty

Rating Factors:

1) Value: 20/24 points - The MSRP is $372. The estimated square footage cleaned is 1500 sqft. The Value equation is as follows: 100 * (1 - ((($372 initial + $74.32/year)/1500 sqft)/7 removal points)) = 95.7. 95.7 = 20 points - Very Good value.

2) What is Removed: 7/16 points - Removal of Larger Particles >0.3 microns - Fair Removal, 1-point. Removal of Smaller Particles <0.3 microns - Fair Removal, 1-point. Removal of Odors and Gases - Good Removal, 2-points, Removal of VOCs - Fair Removal, 1-point, Removal of Basic Microorganisms - Good Removal, 2-points, Removal of Advanced Microorganisms - Poor Removal, 0-points.

3) Yearly Operating Costs: 12/15 points - The UV Lamp is a standard size available for less than $19.99/year. Calculating electricity usage: 70 watts/1000 x $.0886/kwh x 24 hours/day x 365 days/year = $54.33/year. Total cost $74.32/year. Inexpensive to operate.

4) Quality: 6/12 points - The quality of this unit is average at best. Materials are generic and quality is not the foremost concern. Fit, Finish, and Workmanship - Good Quality, 3-points. Cleaning Technologies - Fair Quality, 2-points. Support Material - Good Quality, 1-point.

5) Warranty: 2/8 points - This Edenpure has a 1-year warranty. Fair Warranty.

6) Maintenance and Cleaning: 5/6 points - Routine maintenance is limited to replacing the UV lamp every year or as needed. UV lamps will sometimes last longer than recommended, but they do degrade towards the end of their life span. Easy Maintenance, 3-points. Cleaning the ceramic plates should be done every 30-days per instructions; generally 10 minutes plus dry time. Cleaning the catalytic screen is as simple as vacuuming or rinsing with water if needed - again every 30 days. There is also a pre filter in the back of the unit that can be vacuumed or rinsed. Average Cleaning 2-points.

7) Look and Feel: 3/6 points - This purifier is a box in shape. It has a different look with a funky looking front grill and a busy looking control/display panel. Something does not appeal about the look. Questionable Looks, 1-point. The remote is functional and useful. The buttons are average and the overall feel is average. Weighs 16 lbs and measures 12 3/4” H x 8 7/8” W x 8 3/4” D. Feels Good, 2-points.

8) Years in Business: 5/5 points - Edenpure is a product line of SCI (Suarez Corporation Industries). SCI was formed in 1968. They are located in Canton, Ohio.

9) Noise Level: 3/5 points - The G-7 has 5 fan speeds ranging from very quiet to above average. Average Noise Level.

10) Set-Up: 2/3 points - The manual has a detailed 11-step setup procedure. Not too bad, but will take a little while to work through. Average Set-up.

total = 65/100 points

Conclusion: This is a knock-off of a great product; decent cleaning power. Return to Top EdenPure area small



Model: EdenPURE Area
Last Reviewed: 4-04-2008
Rating Score: 61/100 points


Summary: The EdenPURE Area combines Passive UV microorganism control and HEPA like filtering with active negative ionization and UV/TiO2 oxidation. On the surface the marketing for this purifier makes it sound like a wonderful purifier. It will do some cleaning, but again the technology is a knock-off from Ecoquest purifiers. Some of the copied technologies/materials are inferior and some are a bit dated. Ecoquest is by far the superior purifier and many "copies" abound. This EdenPure Air Purifier is a so-so example of a copy. The web information rates this purifier as room and up to 1000 sqft; my experience and the inferior technologies used tell me this is grossly exaggerated. A good value.

Basic Specifications:

  • Designed for spaces up to 500 sqft
  • Passive and Active purification technology
  • Step 1: pre filter for larger particles
  • Step 2: small washable HEPA-like filter to remove particles
  • Step 3: UV light with TiO2 screen for odor/gas control
  • Step 4: negative only ionization for additional particle removal
  • Control panel allows technology customization
  • Remote control and timer options
  • Yearly Operating Costs $54.92
  • 1-year limited warranty

Rating Factors:

1) Value: 16/24 points - The MSRP is $227. The estimated square footage cleaned is 500 sqft. The Value equation is as follows: 100 * (1 - ((($227 initial + $54.92/year)/500 sqft)/5 removal points)) = 88.7. 88.7 = 16 points - Good value.

2) What is Removed: 5/16 points - Removal of Larger Particles >0.3 microns - Fair Removal, 1-point. Removal of Smaller Particles <0.3 microns - Fair Removal, 1-point. Removal of Odors and Gases - Good Removal, 2-points, Removal of VOCs - Poor Removal, 0-points, Removal of Basic Microorganisms - Fair Removal, 1-point, Removal of Advanced Microorganisms - Poor Removal, 0-points.

3) Yearly Operating Costs: 12/15 points - The UV Lamp is a standard size available for less than $19.99/year. Calculating electricity usage: 45 watts/1000 x $.0886/kwh x 24 hours/day x 365 days/year = $34.93/year. Total cost $54.92/year. Inexpensive to operate.

4) Quality: 6/12 points - The quality of this unit is average at best. Materials are generic and quality is not the foremost concern. Fit, Finish, and Workmanship - Good Quality, 3-points. Cleaning Technologies - Fair Quality, 2-points. Support Material - Good Quality, 1-point.

5) Warranty: 2/8 points - This Edenpure has a 1-year warranty. Fair Warranty.

6) Maintenance and Cleaning: 5/6 points - Routine maintenance is limited to replacing the UV lamp every year or as needed. UV lamps will sometimes last longer than recommended, but they do degrade towards the end of their life span. Easy Maintenance, 3-points. Cleaning the small HEPA like filter should be done every 30-days per instructions; a vacuum or wash; generally 10 minutes plus dry time. Cleaning the catalytic screen is as simple as vacuuming or rinsing with water if needed - again every 30 days. There is also a pre filter that can be vacuumed or rinsed as needed. Average Cleaning 2-points.

7) Look and Feel: 4/6 points - This purifier has a modern shape and look. It has a different look with a funky looking front grill and a busy looking control/display panel. It has a plastic look; overall ok. Looks Good, 2-points. The remote is functional and useful. The buttons are average and the overall feel is average. Weighs 11 lbs and measures 11 5/8” H x 12 5/8” W x 6 3/8” D. Feels Good, 2-points.

8) Years in Business: 5/5 points - Edenpure is a product line of SCI (Suarez Corporation Industries). SCI was formed in 1968. They are located in Canton, Ohio.

9) Noise Level: 3/5 points - The "Area" has 3 fan speeds ranging from quiet to above average. Average Noise Level.

10) Set-Up: 3/3 points - The manual has a detailed 8-step setup procedure. This one is easier than the G-7 model. Easy Set-up.

total = 61/100 points

Conclusion: A mixture of inexpensive technologies; the G-7 is a better choice. Return to Top EdenPure RoomPure small



Model: EdenPURE RoomPURE
Last Reviewed: 4-04-2008
Rating Score: 55/100 points


Summary: The EdenPURE RoomPURE uses active negative ionization and active oxidation. This purifier is best suited for a small room like a bathroom. There are other brands that are better and a few that are worse in the plug-in category. A little over-priced for what it actually does. A poor value.

Basic Specifications:

  • Best for spaces up to 100 sqft
  • Active purification technology
  • Step 1: negative only ionization for particle removal
  • Step 2: ozone oxidation to reduce smells and gases
  • Control panel allows technology customization
  • Night Light option
  • Adjustable Hi/Low cleaning levels
  • Yearly Operating Costs $15.17
  • 1-year limited warranty

Rating Factors:

1) Value: 8/24 points - The MSRP is $55. The estimated square footage cleaned is 100 sqft. The Value equation is as follows: 100 * (1 - ((($55 initial + $15.17/year)/100 sqft)/2 removal points)) = 64.9. 64.9 = 8 points - Poor value.

2) What is Removed: 2/16 points - Removal of Larger Particles >0.3 microns - Poor Removal, 0-points. Removal of Smaller Particles <0.3 microns - Fair Removal, 1-point. Removal of Odors and Gases - Fair Removal, 1-point, Removal of VOCs - Poor Removal, 0-points, Removal of Basic Microorganisms - Poor Removal, 0-points, Removal of Advanced Microorganisms - Poor Removal, 0-points.

3) Yearly Operating Costs: 15/15 points - Calculating electricity usage: 20 watts/1000 x $.0886/kwh x 24 hours/day x 365 days/year = $15.17/year. Total cost $15.17/year. Very Inexpensive to operate.

4) Quality: 5/12 points - The quality of this unit is average at best. Materials are generic and quality is not the foremost concern. Fit, Finish, and Workmanship - Fair Quality, 2-points. Cleaning Technologies - Fair Quality, 2-points. Support Material - Good Quality, 1-point.

5) Warranty: 2/8 points - This Edenpure has a 1-year warranty. Fair Warranty.

6) Maintenance and Cleaning: 6/6 points - No routine maintenance. Easy Maintenance, 3-points. No cleaning except an occasional wipe down and making sure the inlet/outlet is free of dust. Easy Cleaning 3-points.

7) Look and Feel: 4/6 points - This purifier is just a small little rectangle. Looks Good, 2-points. The buttons are small and on the side. Set it and let it go; fairly simple. It measures 3 1/2” H x 2 1/2” W x 1 7/8” D. Feels Good, 2-points.

8) Years in Business: 5/5 points - Edenpure is a product line from SCI (Suarez Corporation Industries). SCI was formed in 1968. They are located in Canton, Ohio.

9) Noise Level: 5/5 points - Virtually silent. Very Quiet Noise Level.

10) Set-Up: 3/3 points - Plug and play. Easy Set-up.

total = 55/100 points

Conclusion: A basic plug-in air purifier; nightlight.
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