Levoit Core 600S vs EverestAir

In this Levoit Core 600S vs EverestAir review, we will compare the high-end device of the Core series with the equally advanced EverestAir model from the fast-growing American brand for small home appliances.

Both were designed to effectively purify large rooms and combat high pollution levels. Both come with all the features you would expect in a modern air purifier, including the ability to integrate them with your smart home. So which is the better one?

This side-by-side comparison will help you find out.

Coverage Area

Up to 59 m² (635 ft²)

Up to 52 m² (558 ft²)

CADR (Particles)

697 m³/h (410 CFM)

612 m³/h (360 CFM)

CADR (Formaldehyde)

?

?

Working Noise

26 – 55 dB(A)

24 – 52 dB(A)

PM 2.5 Sensor

Yes

Yes

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Comparison: Levoit Core 600S vs EverestAir – What are the Differences?

Coverage Area & Efficiency

Levoit recommends the Core 600S for rooms with a surface area of up to 59 m² (635 ft²), while the EverestAir is suitable for up to 52 m² (558 ft²). In both instances, the suggestion is based on an assumed five air changes per hour (ACH) in a room with a ceiling height of 2.4 m (8 ft).

Therefore, the two air purifiers could be used in even bigger rooms, with the amount of ACH decreasing accordingly. If you live somewhere with moderate air pollution and are content with two ACH, the room size would increase to 148 m² (1588 ft²) and 130 m² (1395 ft²), respectively.

Winner: Core 600S

Up to 59 m² (635 ft²)

Up to 52 m² (558 ft²)

Clean Air Delivery Rate

First, a pre-filter, which in the case of the EverestAir is even washable, deals with large pollutants including dust, hair, and pet fur. Next, an H13 True HEPA filter captures at least 99.97% of particles and allergens as small as 0.3 µm, for example, pollen and pet dander.

Lastly, smoke, fumes, VOCs, and household odors such as cooking smells and pet odors are neutralized by a layer of activated carbon. The Core 600S does all this at a rate of 697 m³/h (410 CFM), while the EverestAir achieves a Clean Air Delivery Rate of 612 m³/h (360 CFM).

Winner: Core 600S

697 m³/h (410 CFM)

612 m³/h (360 CFM)

Video Review including a Smoke Box Test of the Levoit Air Purifier Core 600S

Working Noise

When set to sleep mode, the EverestAir operates at a noise level as low as 24 decibels (dB), as opposed to 26 dB for its competitor. It also has a slight advantage running at full speed, where it maxes out at 52 dB compared to 55 dB for the Core 600S.

Both models can be switched to auto mode, in which they will automatically adjust their fan speed based on air quality. As soon as they detect decreasing pollution levels after a sudden spike, their fan speed and noise level will decrease accordingly.

Winner: EverestAir

26 – 55 dB(A)

24 – 52 dB(A)

Sensors & Display

To gather the real-time data needed for the auto mode, the two purifiers rely on Levoit’s AirSight Plus technology. While the Core 600S is able to detect the amount of PM2.5, the upgraded laser dust sensors of the EverestAir are additionally able to track PM1.0 and PM10.

An indicator ring on top of each device reveals the current air quality at a quick glance, with blue signifying very good and red being unhealthy. The display also shows the PM2.5 (Core 600S) and PM1.0, PM2.5, or PM10 (EverestAir) readings.

Winner: EverestAir

AirSight Plus / Yes

AirSight Plus 2.0 / Yes

Introducing the Levoit Air Purifier EverestAir

Connectivity & Compatibility

You can use a Wi-Fi connection, your smartphone, and the VeSync app to monitor and control both the Core 600S and EverestAir remotely. This allows you to turn the purifier on and off, change the speed, create a schedule, view the remaining filter life, and more.

If you have your hands full while cooking but still want to interact with your purifier, you can do so using voice control. Thanks to their compatibility with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, the Core 600S and EverestAir can be seemingly integrated with your smart home.

Winner: Draw

Yes / Amazon Alexa, Google Home

Yes / Amazon Alexa, Google Home

Weight & Dimensions

In the final round of this Levoit Core 600S vs EverestAir comparison, we will have a quick look at the weight and dimensions of the two devices. At 6.2 kg (13.7 lb), the former is significantly lighter. They also differ in shape, with the Core 600S being round and the EverestAir angled.

Winner: Core 600S

6.2 kg, 313 x 313 x 600 mm

9.2 kg, 480 x 216 x 622 mm

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Conclusion: Levoit Core 600S vs EverestAir – Which is the Better Air Purifier?

If you want the more powerful device of the two, the Levoit Air Purifier Core 600S is the right choice. In fact, there is no other air purifier in the brand’s line-up that has a higher CADR, and only one that has a higher coverage area.

That said, the Levoit Air Purifier EverestAir has only slightly lower performance metrics than the 600S. It operates at a lower noise level, and is equipped with Levoit’s most advanced sensor technology that allows it to keep track of more types of pollutants.

Lastly, you will want to consider the differences in design. Drawing in air from 360 degrees, the Core 600S should ideally have some space on all four sides to achieve its full potential. The EverestAir, on the other hand, has a lower width and can thus be placed against a wall.


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