Shark HP102 Vs Aroeve MK01 review

After years of testing various air purifiers from numerous brands, I recently had the chance to evaluate two notable models: the Shark HP102 and the Aroeve MK01. Both are compact air purifiers, highly regarded by users, and share similar design philosophies. This comparison aims to delve into their features and performance, ultimately determining which stands out as the superior choice.

Aroeve MK01

Shark HP102 Vs Aroeve MK01 review

Shark HP102

The Shark HP102 is designed for spaces around 124 sq. ft., making it ideal for medium-sized rooms. In contrast, the Aroeve MK01 caters to smaller areas, recommended for rooms up to 47 sq. ft. Impressively, both models boast the ability to purify the air in their respective spaces 4.8 times per hour.

A key aspect of these purifiers is their three-stage filtration system. Each incorporates a pre-filter, a HEPA filter (with the Shark featuring a True HEPA filter), and a carbon filter. The filters are cylindrical and hollow, strategically positioned at the bottom of each unit.

My comprehensive analysis involved testing their efficacy in air purification, noise levels, and energy consumption. This detailed comparison will shed light on which of these two purifiers offers the best value and performance for potential buyers.

Shark Vs Aroeve Specifications

Dimensions8.7 x 8.7 x 14.6 inches (22 x 22 x 37 cm)6.1 x 6.1 x 9.7 inches (15,5 x 15,5 x 24,6 cm)
Room Coverage124 sq. ft. (11.5 m²)47 sq. ft. (4.4 m²)
Performance Ratings8/107/10
Filtration TechnologyPre-filter, Activated Carbon Filter, and True HEPA FilterPre-filter, HEPA Filter, and Carbon Filter
Filter Replacement IndicatorYesYes
Filter Longevity6-12 months3-6 months
Operating Costs Ratings8.9/109.5/10
Working Modes4 – Speed 1, Speed 2, Speed 3, and Speed 43 – Sleep Mode, Speed 1, and Speed 2
Air Quality SensorYesNo
Air Quality IndicatorYesNo
Auto ModeYesNo
Noise Levels41.7 – 56.5 dBA40.9 – 57.9 dBA
Noise Ratings9.7/109.6/10
PriceCheck PriceCheck Price
In conclusion, the Shark HP102 emerges as the superior choice in this comparison. Its robust features, including a larger filter, the inclusion of a True HEPA filter, and an air quality sensor, clearly set it apart. These attributes solidify the Shark HP102 as the more advantageous option for potential buyers.
While the Aroeve MK01 stands out for its affordability and popularity in the market, it falls short when compared to the comprehensive capabilities of the Shark HP102.
For any further inquiries or discussions about the Aroeve and Shark air purifiers, feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below. Your questions and insights are always welcome.
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The author is an Air purifier expert with overall knowledge of air and ionizers.