Suggar Slim II DM61IX Review

Suggar Slim II DM61IX Review

The Suggar Slim II is another excellent stainless steel purifier for 4-burner stove, also available in the 80 cm version.

Its finest design is discreet and elegant. It weighs approximately 4.6 kg. It has no air-catching mask, perhaps for its proposal of being a more compact scrubber.

The panel is very simple and easy to clean, with control on push buttons.

It has suction capacity of 250 m 3 / h and power of 105 watts. Offers three speed options. It also has a lighting system.

It can be used only as a scrubber or extractor, it is necessary to purchase the accessories separately and provide the opening in the wall or ceiling in the second case.

Air cleaning is performed through a metal filter and activated carbon filter. The availability of the carbon filter is exactly one of the negatives of the model.

We did not find the filter for sale in Suggar's online store and we could not even find the price. The manufacturer recommends that the filter be purchased on the authorized network. So be aware of this before buying the product.

We found some consumer complaints about the noise of the device when used at full speed.

And because the company does not report the noise level in decibels, it only classifies it as "quiet", it is difficult to compare with other debuggers.

The instruction manual is medium in quality; with some effort it is possible to understand the information about the installation process. However, it leaves a lot to be desired in the guidelines on the correct use and maintenance of the appliance.

You also need to select the local voltage at the time of purchase as this debugger is not bivolt.

On the other hand, this is one of the best evaluated models of Suggar, a brand that is synonymous with air purifier in Brazil, has good configuration and a cool design, all at an affordable price.

Pros

 

  • Stainless steel
  • Good flow
  • Design


Cons

 

  • Difficulty in finding the charcoal filter
  • Noisy
  • It's not bivolt
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