As the air purifier market continues to expand every year, new brands have been popping up to cater to the growing demands of consumers. One such brand that has rapidly gained popularity with its impressive line of air purifiers is Rabbit Air. Founded in 2002 and based in California, Rabbit Air has, in recent years, dedicated their time, energy, and resources to perfecting the air purifiers that they produce.

Their hard work and dedication allowed them to become one of the fastest growing companies in the U.S.

Rabbit Air specializes in manufacturing powerful, feature-packed, easy-to-use air purifiers as well as replacement filters for these units. Although they’ve yet to produce more budget-friendly models, their incredibly popular existing line showcases air purifiers that are definitely worth their price.

In this article, we explore the air purifiers that Rabbit Air has to offer and find out what makes them such valuable additions to any home.

  • Light Sensor
  • Air Quality Sensor
  • Filter Life Indicator
  • Remote Control
  • 5-year Warranty

  • LED Mood Light Panel
  • Ionizer
  • Customizable Filter
  • 5 Fan Speeds
  • 5-year Warranty

  • 4-Stage Air Purification System
  • Filter Life Indicator
  • Air Quality Indicator
  • Ionizer
  • 5-year Warranty

  • 4-Stage Air Purification System
  • Filter Life Indicator
  • Air Quality Indicator
  • 5 Fan Speeds
  • 5-year Warranty


The Rabbit Air MinusA2 SPA-700A is a console-type air purifier that can stand on the floor or be mounted on the wall. It uses a comprehensive six-stage air purification system consisting of a pre-filter, medium filter, BioGS HEPA filter, a customizable filter, carbon filter, and optional ionizer. The SPA-700A is capable of completing two air changes per hour in areas up to 700 sq. ft. in size.

The Rabbit Air MinusA2 series includes Rabbit Air’s most cutting-edge, high-performance air purifiers yet. The first one they developed for this series is the SPA-700A, which was the first in the air purifier industry in its ability to be mounted on a wall.

The highlight of the MinusA2 series, apart from its sleek design, is the customizable filter that you can select to complete the six-stage air purification system. There are four filters from which you can choose: Germ Defense, Toxin Absorber, Pet Allergy, and Odor Remover. All these filters target specific air pollutants and improve the overall efficiency of the air purifier. Another great thing about the MinusA2 series is that their filters can last up to two years so you won’t have to change filters as often.

Aside from its filter system, the SPA-700A is also capable of covering a large room up to 700 sq. ft. in size. There are five fan speeds to choose from, all of which produce very little noise and can be controlled using a remote control.

The SPA-700A also has a filter life indicator and an air quality indicator which monitors air quality and adjusts the fan speed accordingly. Oddly enough, even with all these great features, the SPA-700A does not have a programmable timer. Unfortunately, all these features also come with a hefty price tag.

The SPA-700A is definitely an investment you’ll want to think about before purchasing. Replacement filters are also relatively expensive in the long run, especially if you plan on running the air purifier around the clock. Its ionizer also produces small amounts of ozone but is well within limits set by government agencies.

Overall, the SPA-700A is a great, high-end air purifier packed with a ton of useful features that make using it a breeze.

Pros

  • Large coverage
  • Customizable filters
  • Very quiet
  • Fan speed adjusts automatically depending on air quality
  • Remote control
  • Highly energy efficient
  • Up to two years filter life span

Cons

  • Expensive (upfront and long-term)
  • Produces small amounts of ozone
  • No timer

The Rabbit Air MinusA2 SPA-780A is a console-type air purifier that has an impressive six-stage filtration composed of a pre-filter, medium filter, BioGS HEPA filter, carbon filter, another filter of your choosing, and an ionizer.

Its slim design allows it to stand alone or be mounted on the wall and cover up to 815 sq. ft. of space at two air changes per hour.

The Rabbit Air SPA-780A is one of the latest air purifiers in the MinusA2 series along with the SPA-780N, which has WiFi capabilities. It is almost completely identical to the SPA-700A in terms of features, system, and appearance, but packs a more powerful punch.

 

First off, the SPA-780A has more extensive room coverage and can cover up to 815 sq. ft. of space at two air changes per hour. It also has the highest airflow rates among all the Rabbit Air purifiers, which means it’s able to do its job faster and more efficiently.

Aside from these differences, however, the SPA-780A has more or less the same features as the SPA-700A: filter life indicator, air quality indicator, remote control, etc.

It’s not as quiet as the SPA-700A but is still quieter compared to other brands. You also have customizable filters, a remote control, and the ability to mount it to the wall. What the SPA-780A lacks, though, is a timer and the SPA-780A is easily the most expensive air purifier on this list.

It also produces trace amounts of ozone, which is really nothing to be worried about as it stays within safety limits set by government agencies.

With all things considered, the SPA-780A is definitely in a league of its own and is a force to be reckoned with. If you don’t mind the price tag and are looking for a powerful unit to deal with air pollutants at home, then the SPA-780A is the air purifier for you.

Pros

  • Larger coverage
  • Can be mounted on the wall
  • Quiet
  • Fan speed adjusts automatically depending on air quality
  • Remote control
  • Highly energy efficient
  • Good for removing a variety of air pollutants
  • Up to two years filter life span

Cons

  • Expensive (upfront and long-term)
  • Produces small amounts of ozone
  • No timer


The Rabbit Air SPA-550A is a stand-alone console air purifier with a four-stage air purification system consisting of a pre-filter, BioGS HEPA filter, carbon filter, and ionizer. It is capable of performing two air changes per hour for a room up to 550 sq. ft. in size.

The Rabbit Air BioGS 2.0 series is the first developed by Rabbit Air. The first one in this series is the SPA-550A, a console type air purifier with a powerful four-stage air purification system consisting of a pre-filter, BioGS HEPA filter, carbon filter, and ionizer. Retailing near $370, the SPA-550A is the cheapest Rabbit Air air purifier yet, though it is still not as affordable as other air purifiers on the market.

The SPA-550A has the performance and features one would expect from an air purifier at that price point. As its name would imply, the SPA-550A is capable of removing air pollutants in a large room up to 550 sq. ft. in size.

Its air purification system, although not as sophisticated as the one in the MinusA2 series, is sufficient to remove common household air pollutants like pollen, pet dander, dust mites, mold, odors, and smoke. The SPA-550A also has a filter life indicator and air quality indicator, which monitors air quality and adjusts the fan speed accordingly.

The SPA-550A also has affordable, long-life filters that can last up to three years, which makes this model more economical and low maintenance. It’s also highly energy efficient, consuming the least amount of energy among all Rabbit Air air purifiers, and makes very little noise even on the highest setting. It can be controlled from a distance, too, thanks to its handy remote control, but it does lack a programmable timer.

The SPA-550A’s price tag might also be intimidating, but it’s definitely worth it in the long run. It’s capable of quickly removing even the most stubborn air pollutants for a large amount of space and a small amount of energy.

Pros

  • Large coverage
  • Affordable replacement filters
  • Very quiet
  • Fan speed adjusts automatically depending on air quality
  • Remote control
  • Highly energy efficient
  • Up to three years filter life span

Cons

  • Expensive (upfront)
  • Produces small amounts of ozone
  • No timer

The Rabbit Air SPA-625A is the later version of the SPA-550A, capable of covering a larger space of 625 sq. ft. at two air changes per hour. The SPA-625A features the same four-stage air purification system consisting of a pre-filter, BioGS HEPA filter, carbon filter, and ionizer.

The latest addition to the BioGS 2.0 series from Rabbit Air is the SPA-625A. Like the first two air purifiers we reviewed, the SPA-625A and the SPA-550A are almost entirely identical in terms of features and appearance, save for a few differences in performance. For example, the SPA-625A is capable of covering a larger area of up to 625 sq. ft. and also has a slightly higher airflow rate. Other than these differences, however, the SPA-625A has the same features and filtration system as the SPA-550A. What’s great is that they use the same, long-life, affordable replacement filters that can last up to three years.

It also has five fan speeds which you can choose from the included remote control. In addition, it will automatically change fan speeds depending on the air quality in the room. You can monitor the air quality using the air quality indicator and make sure filters remain clean using the filter change indicator.

Unfortunately, the SPA-625A is on the more expensive side, and also, its ionizer still produces small amounts of ozone, which are really nothing to worry about since they stay well within safety limits.

Overall, though,  the SPA-625A is a good option for those looking to clean the air in a large area and need a unit that is powerful enough to take care of those pesky air pollutants.

Pros

  • Large coverage
  • Affordable replacement filters
  • Quiet
  • Fan speed adjusts automatically depending on air quality
  • Remote control
  • Highly energy efficient
  • Up to three years filter life span

Cons

  • Expensive (upfront)
  • Produces small amounts of ozone
  • No timer

Comparison Chart

FEATURESRabbit Air MinusA2 SPA-700ARabbit Air MinusA2 SPA-780ARabbit Air BioGS 2.0 Air Purifier SPA-550ARabbit Air BioGS 2.0 Air Purifier SPA-625A
TypeConsole, plug-inConsole, plug-inConsole, plug-inConsole, plug-in
Size20.2 x 21.4 x 720.2 x 21.4 x 716.6 x 9.8 x 22.216.6 x 9.8 x 22.2
Weight19.419.4 lbs16.8 lbs16.8 lbs
Filters/
Technology
Pre + medium + HEPA + custom filter + carbon + ionizerPre + medium + HEPA + custom filter + carbon + ionizerPre + carbon + HEPA + ionizerPre + carbon + HEPA + ionizer
Room Coverage 700 sq. ft.815 sq. ft.550 sq. ft.625 sq. ft.
ACH2222
CADR Ratings Dust: 200

Pollen: 201

Smoke: 193

Dust: 200

Pollen: 208

Smoke: 193

Dust: 149

Pollen: 162

Smoke: 135

Dust: 165

Pollen: 189

Smoke: 152

Price$$$$$$$$$$$$
Warranty5-year5-year5-year5-year

FAQ:

  • Will a Rabbit air purifier remove cigarette smoke odor?
  • Rabbit air purifiers will remove the odors that cigarette smoke produce, as long as the room doesn’t exceed the stated maximum coverage size. The smaller the room, the more effective the Rabbit purifier is. However, it won’t remove the odors that linger on soft furnishings, curtains, and carpets.
  • Do I have to change all the filters in my Rabbit air purifier?
  • Most Rabbit purifiers come with four filters; the pre-filter, the HEPA, the carbon, and the medium filter. The only filter that is permanent and can be cleaned is the pre-filter. The rest will need to replaced over time, depending on the environment that the purifier gets used, and the amount of time it is used.
  • What customizable Rabbit filter should I buy for city smog and fumes?
  • You should look at the odor or toxin remover customizable filter for city pollution. The custom filter acts as a second layer of defense against any nasty airborne toxins that might enter your home, while the active carbon does a great job of trapping most of the odors.

Final Thoughts

As you may have noticed, Rabbit Air seems to be following a formula for how they design and manufacture their air purifiers. Their air purifiers are all very similar in terms of features and appearance and vary only slightly in terms of performance. One thing’s for sure, though: Rabbit Air air purifiers don’t come cheap.

Our HowToHome pick has to be the Rabbit Air MinusA2 SPA-700A  as its strong reviews and high ratings serve as a testament to its amazing abilities. It’s powerful, quiet, versatile, and it can look good hanging on your wall as well.

If it’s possible to classify any of the purifiers featured as budget models, then the cheapest of the bunch has to be the Rabbit Air BioGS 2.0 Air Purifier SPA-550A.

Whichever Rabbit air purifier you select, you can be sure that it will be effective, efficient, and above all provide you with the best quality air you can get.

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