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NK105 WiFi Enabled Tower Air Purifier

  • WiFi enabled and compatible with the WinixSmart App
  • All in One Filter with true HEPA and Carbon
  • Unit automatically adjusts unit when pollutants are detected
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Product Overview

The Winix NK105 Air Purifier combines a modern design and a 4-stage cleaning system to give the consumer an outstanding product. The 4-stage cleaning system features a hair collecting Pre filter, Coated Deodorization (CD) Carbon Filter, 99.97% True HEPA Filtration, and PlasmaWave Technology which combine to offer superior control of Pet Dander and Odor, as well as other Household Odors and Allergens. SmartSensors constantly monitor air quality to deliver Set-and-Forget convenience for the consumer. The NK105 is one of the top Wi-Fi enabled products; compatible with the WinixSmart app.
  • The True HEPA filtration captures 99.97% of airborne pollutants, pet dander and allergens as small as 0.3 microns
  • Coated deodorization (CD) carbon filter: Produced to capture offensive smoke, cooking and all other household odors
  • Pre filter: Fine mesh pre filter to capture large particles such as hair, carpet fibers and dust adding life to other filters
  • Air quality sensor: Offers set and forget convenience by automatically adjusting your air cleaner settings to meet the needs of your environment
  • 4 Fan speeds: From quiet mode for whisper low and energy efficient cleaning to turbo for ultimate performance
  • CADR room size rating: 320 sq. ft. Suitable for large bedrooms and living rooms
  • Sleep mode: Puts unit on quiet fan speed and dims indicator lights
  • Light Sensor: Automatically puts unit on quiet fan speed and dims indicator lights when room is dark
  • WiFi Enabled: Allows user to monitor indoor and outdoor air quality, set timers, schedule and also acts as a remote


















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Price
$14900
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Ratings
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Maximum coverage area (sq. ft.)360320279500
Air Purifier TypeConsoleConsolePersonalTabletop
Primary Filter TypeHEPA - TrueHEPA - TrueHEPA - TrueHEPA - True
CADR (Clean Air Delivery Rate)235207180 cfm0
Package SizeIndividualIndividualIndividualIndividual
Smart Home Smart Home EnabledSmart Home EnabledSmart Home Enabled
Commercial/Residential Residential
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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum coverage area (sq. ft.)
320
Product Depth (in.)
12.2 in
Product Height (in.)
29.5 in
Product Width (in.)
12.2 in

Details

Air Purifier Type
Console
Air Treatment Product Type
Air Purifier
Automatic shutoff
No
CADR (Clean Air Delivery Rate)
207
Color
White
Color Family
Whites
Control Type
Touch
Effectiveness (%)
99.97
Electrostatic
No
Filter/bulb monitor
Yes
Filtered or Filterless
Filtered
HEPA Filter
Yes
Hub Required
No hub connection available
Ionization
No
Number of Air Purifers (Per Pack)
1
Number of cleaning stages
4
Package Size
Individual
Portable
Yes
Power Options
Plug-in
Primary Filter Type
HEPA - True
Product Weight (lb.)
17 lb
Remote Access
Remote Access
Remote Control
No
Removes bacteria
Yes
Removes dust
Yes
Removes mold
Yes
Removes odors
Yes
Removes particulates
Yes
Removes pollen
Yes
Removes viruses
Yes
Requires Hub?
No Hub Required
Returnable
180-Day
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled
Smart Home Protocol
Wi-Fi
Timer
Yes
UVC lamp
No
Voice Control Hub Required
No Voice Control
Voltage (volts)
120
Wall Mountable
No
Works With
Proprietary App

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
AHAM Certified,UL Certified,cUL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
2 Year Limited

Questions & Answers

3Questions4Answers

Are filters reusable?

Asked by jewel July 27, 2017
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The filters for the Winix NK105 needs to be replaced approximately every 12 months. The unit comes with a filter life indicator that will let you know when it is time to change the filter.

How much are filters and how often do they need to be replaced?

Asked by Brian July 27, 2017
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Answer

Hello, the filter for the Winix NK105 will last approximately 1 year depending on your environment. You can find replacement filters here: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Winix-Replacement-Filter-N-for-NK100-and-NK105-112180/300664857

Im looking for something to remove the basement smell, i already have a dehumidifier running yet there are still basement oders.

Asked by Liz July 27, 2017
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Removing odors is a pretty tough job especially a moldy smell which is permanently saturated into the walls. The real way to handle the smell is to clean the basement and throw away newspaper, cardboard etc, remove the drywall, if you have drywall;clean the mold off the wood with bleach; repaint cement walls and floor, but do not bleach cement walls as that can deteriorate the cement, with a mold resistant and a hydro paint. Get several (one in each corner) coffee cans and fill them with charcoal briquettes and place them all around the basement, but you'll have to replace the charcoal every month but they're cheap to buy. Get a large tray and put cat litter in the tray and place it in the center of the room, replace the litter about every other week. If the smell is still there after doing the above but the smell is reduced simply double the coffee can charcoal thing and see what happens. It's possible that your dehumidifier isn't large enough to pull all the water out of the air, it should be able to maintain a 40% humidity level, which is lower than the 50 recommended but I liked the smell better when it was down to 40%. Make sure you keep the dehumidifier filter clean which is really simple to do. I assume you drain the water from the dehumidifier into a floor drain or a washer drain? If not it needs to be, dumping a bucket every day would be a pain. If you have dirt floor consider making a vapor barrier by placing thick plastic over the dirt, then put down a mesh wire, then apply a thin coat of cement (strong enough to walk on when it cures thickness) on top of that stuff. Try installing a vent fan to vent the basement air out. If all that fails hire a mold removal professional. Try those things first and see what happens, an air purifier won't work as good in that situation. If you do those things work from the cheapest solution to the most expensive and stopping at each step to see if it worked. Give each step about a month to find out. When you move to another step you still maintain the previous step(s). I dwelt with the same situation as you, all I did was buy a good dehumidifier and eventually set it to 40% humidity level, and used charcoal in the coffee can stunt, I had about 12 of those cans but my basement was made of 3 rooms so I had one can in each corner of each room. I never had to go further than those steps. Eventually we had to hydroseal the walls of the basement, but that wasn't for smell, it was just to make the basement walls last longer and look better.

Customer Reviews

  • 17 Customer Reviews
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars overall
85% of customers recommended.
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5
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5
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We placed this air purifier in my son's room because he has dust and pollen allergies. He is also a techno-person so this is a perfect match. This unit runs quiet and smooth, even at its highest speed. It has a carbon filter for odors and HEPA filter for quality filtration which works because his room hasn't required as much dusting. My son loves the WiFi operation and sets the unit to run max speed while he is at school and then lower while he is in his room studying or at bedtime. Soft blue LED lighting adjusts to room lighting so they are not too bright at night. This is a great air purifier!
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high quality air purifier
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4
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If you are looking for a very high quality air purifier, you can't go wrong with this one. I found the set up extremely easy. The filter is very easy to install/replace. Working the buttons to control it is clearly explained in the manual and just very intuitive. Downloading the app and connecting it to my phone was very easy. From the app you can see that status of the purifier, the current air quality, as well as control the purifier and its settings remotely. If you are in the room you can easily see the status and air quality by the light ring (different color for different levels of air quality). Things that I like: - the easy set up - being able to control it remotely - it will not continue running when the air quality is good - goes into sleep mode - Its VERY quite - this is relative to the individual. My humidifier is louder. My dog's breathing is louder. - I found that its quite good at removing odors as well Reasons why I didn't give it 5 stars: - replacement filter cost is $100 (couldn't find generic replacements) - should be about a foot from any wall - that makes it stand out a little more than I'd like - would like to see it come in different colors
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Works well, very quiet, can schedule with WiFi
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5
Value :
4
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I've owned another model Winix air purifier for a few years now and I'm very happy with it. I don't have allergies but I do have pets and an older dusty home so I like to keep the air clean of dust and odors. This WiFi model works very much the same as my other model except it has the ability to control and schedule it from your smart phone and it covers a larger area. The thing that impresses me most about these air purifiers is how little energy they use. When the room lights are off and the room is dark the unit goes into sleep mode (unless programmed otherwise) which still circulates air a little but only uses about 3 watts. Low is only slightly more about 4 watts, medium round 7 and high around 15. Turbo is the real power consumer at about 50 watts. The PlasmaWave technology adds about a watt or less. When powered off it still consumes 1.2 watts even with WiFi off for some reason though. On most of the settings the air purifier is very quiet. I keep it on while I sleep. It's only on high and turbo that I can really hear it and even then it's not that loud. Setting up the wifi was easy. Through my smartphone I can remotely control the air purifier and even set scheduled events. I set mine to turn off during the day when I'm not usually in my bedroom. I like the ability to set up schedules which my other Winix air purifier doesn't have but I would have preferred to have it through Bluetooth because I don't really need to have 24/7 access to my air purifier when I'm away from home. It's neat that it can display outdoor air quality as well as a history of your indoor air quality but for me it's not that important. Even without WiFi connectivity the air purifier is pretty smart at regulating the speed on it's own based on the air quality it detects. When there's movement in my bedroom, especially after I get up and make the bed and kick up dust, the fan speed increases to compensate. It's nice that I can keep it running for a few hours after I'm up to take care of the dust and then have it shut off but without the WiFi it would just go into low power on it's own. The only downside is the filters are a bit expensive but they do last a long time. The carbon filter is part of the filter assembly which I'm not too happy about because I like to replace the carbon filter more frequently to control odors. I can probably just get a roll of carbon filter material and cut it to place inside the circular HEPA filter. A few tips I've picked up from using air purifiers. They don't eliminate the need to dust, vacuum or clean. If you have pets you have to keep them clean if you don't want pet odors. Air purifiers don't perform magic but they do help keep the air you breath clean which is especially important if you have family members with allergies.
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5
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Could not have been simpler to setup. Unbox pull plastic off filter pack lock back into place close door. Turn on. This model comes with wifi control. Download app that your phone needs. Follow instructions on establishing connection. Now you can control your unit from the other room or across town. The controls are also across top of unit for control without app. The moment I turned the unit on I could smell fresh clean air cycling through the room.
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There's an app for your phone to control for this device
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5
Value :
5
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This is nice cylindrical air purifier, perfect for putting in tight corners. It is relatively tall for a room air purifier, with a small footprint on the floor. It measures 12 inches diameter on the bottom, and tapers to 9 1/2 inches diameter at the top. It stands 29 1/2 inches tall. It runs very quietly, has several speed settings, and has WiFi to connect to your home network and an app on your phone. Your phone needs to be fairly recent to be able to run the app; my phone has a version of Android that is too old for this app. The filter has 3 components in one cylinder and must be replaced as one, no replacing parts such as the pre-filter or activated charcoal by themselves.
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Great features, but too many lights!
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4
Value :
4
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I was looking for an air purifier for the baby's room that could be set to run on a schedule. This WiFi-connected model does exactly that, and overall, I'm very pleased with it. Here's what I like about the Winix NK105 (1) WiFi connection and smart phone app allow you to monitor air quality in the room from afar. (2) Even better, the, WiFi connection and smart phone app allow you to program a schedule. This is a brilliant feature that you just won't find on non-WiFi models. I schedule it to clean the air for two hours before bedtime, so the room is fresh when baby is put down to sleep. No need to enter earlier to turn it on! (3) Small footprint means it can be placed in a corner of the room. (4) It's marketed as removing bacteria - other air cleaners don't mention this, and I found this a compelling feature. I hope it works, as I'm not really able to test it. I can tell, however, that the air is "crisper" after the machine has run for a while. (5) Made in South Korea, which says "quality" to me versus products made in China. (6) Excellent smartphone app, with logical controls and no crashes or errors Here's what I didn't like as much: (1) WiFi connection took a few tries with my phone. At first, the phone could not see the NK105's WiFi signal (which is required for initial setup before the NK105 is connected to a router). (2) While the footprint is very compact, this is by no means a small air purifier. In fact, I was surprised at how big it was overall given that it's only rated for 320 sq ft. Another model I have from a competing brand is about the same size overall (shorter but wider), and is rated for much more square footage. I think the problem is that a large fan simply doesn't fit in a narrow cylinder, and despite being tall it operates more like a smaller unit. (3) WAY too many lights! Please, Winix, redesign this. Perhaps to some consumers, the LED lights are viewed as a nice feature, but it was very surprising to find that even when the NK105 is completely off, it still has one bright LED on (the WiFi indicator). Even "Sleep" mode only turned off the top light while leaving all the others on. Strange! (4) The controls are a little hard to use, as selecting modes requires pressing one button to cycle through a number of modes, but the mode indicator lights aren't on top next to the button, they're on the front of the unit, which you can't see if you're standing over it. Again, I think this is just a result of designing it to have lots of lights all over the unit, which might be attractive to some users, but not to me. (5) At full power, it's very loud. This may be due to the fact that it has a smaller fan that must spin faster than other wider units. So overall, it's a very good product, but some design choices don't seem ideal. The last thing I'll say is the marketing slogan on the box "Clean your air from anywhere" is technically possible, but a little bit silly. The real value of the WiFi feature is not monitoring the air quality, or cleaning the air, when you're not home, but being able to program a scheduled cleaning when you ARE home! That's why I ultimately recommend the product, despite it being just a bit too loud and way too bright!
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This is a great air purifier. It's big but it's design doesn't take up a lot of space. I love the futuristic look of it. It has four speeds and the lowest is barely audible. I keep checking to see if it's on because I can't hear it. Even at the turbo speed it's not unpleasant sounding. It has a sensor which detects the quality of the air and in auto mode will adjust the speed according to the air quality. The app is great although maybe not necessary, but I'm a techno geek so I love it. You can check the air quality, life of the filter and totally control the functions. You can even create a schedule for turning it on, off or adjusting the speed. It has a sleep mode which puts it on low speed and turns off the Plasmawave(which I'm not exactly sure what it does- there's not a very good explanation of it in the literature) and also turns off the circular light on top. However, the other LEDs remain on although they're supposedly dimmed, but keeping this in a bedroom still emits quite a bit of light. Kind of like a night light. I would have given it 5 stars except the replacement filter is pricey although you only need to replace it once a year.
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Well designed unit.
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4
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You know Ive had an interest in air purifiers for a long time. I live in the fairly dry and dusty central valley, ca and an figured an air purifier would be useful in the home in an area like this especially. I dont have allergies or Asthma but hey who doesn't want clean air. I just never pulled the trigger on one because they were really expensive limiting the average person to a very small one because of price. I just didn't think the small ones would be effective in the size rooms I have and that negates the cost. They seem to have gone up in size and down in price though. So I grabbed this one to place in the one room in my house that I actually my wife and I allow smoking. The larger size and look of this purifier is what really got my attention. I dont really see a need for the wifi control, but it was an appealing feature. Since the purifier was going in the "smoking room". The plasmawave tech incorporated into this purifier sealed the deal. So I unboxed the purifier and got it set up as soon as it arrived at my door. Let me give you guys an idea of the packing as I have seen some reviewers that were unsatisfied with the way items were packed. This particular Air purifier was very well packed inside of the manufactures retail box with densely molded foam around it and cardboard baffles rendering it immobile. That box is packed inside of a brown double wall shipping box. So that should alleviate any potential buyers concern over safety in transit. The set up was very easy and quick. Remove the door on the back. Remove the air filter. Remove the plastic protecting the air filter. Reinstall the air filter. Plug it in and you are good to go. Took less than 5 minutes. Easy setup and installation is always a plus in my book. The app for wireless control of the unit was also fairly straight forward and quick. Download the app. Register for an account and connect to your wireless network. All of those steps went seamlessly with out fault. Cosmetically you can see the thought that was put into designing something that performed an also looks nice. I mean I have seen lots of air purifiers and some of them look like industrial units that belong in a warehouse somewhere. This one though; standing about 28", with its shape, color, and subtle LED lighting makes it suitable to plop down right in the center of your living room and it will just blend in as part of the decor. It is an Energy star appliance by the way. The unit is powerful as well. It as 4 speed settings from low to turbo. On low you cant even hear it, but you can still feel the air being circulated. On Medium you begin to hear the purifier running but its kinda of soothing. On high this thing moves a lot of air. Compatible to a good 18" fan. On turbo it moves a much more air than a regular fan and is kind of loud, Comparable to one those job site propane heaters if you have ever heard one of those. dont get me wrong. It isnt going to disturb the neighbors if you live in an apartment or anything and not a setting you would be using while your asleep or relaxing watching tv. Its something that you would turn on when you are leaving home. After dinner I had a smoke in my "smoking room" and left the purifier running in there for a while. More than an hour. It removed all of the smoke from the room. Thats a great thing as I made sure that room was sealed so smoke wouldn't get into the rest of the house. So when you smoke in the room and dont open the sliding door. The smoke lingers in the air for a long time, but with the air purifier running I walked back in to a smoke free room. The Hepa filter that comes with it is said to last up to 12 months. The one thing that I find sort of annoying about the Air purifier is that the wireless control will only connect using a 2.4ghz network. Now like I said I dont see the use for wireless control of the unit and will probably never use it, but I wanted to put this out there for those that may be purchasing this unit for the wireless control. Most in home wireless routers these days allow for 2.4ghz and 5ghz networks. Most people use the 5ghz though because its the fastest. 2.4ghz is great for longer distance but not speed. Anyway in order to control the purifier wirelessly you will have to switch from you 5ghz connection to the 2.4ghz connection. Not a labor intense task, but it would prove pretty annoying to do so every time. Other than that it is well worth the money.
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Works great. Love the phone app.
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