Levoit Core 300S Vs Levoit Vital 200S – Comparison (2023)

Levoit stands as one of the biggest players in the air purifier market, and my extensive testing of nearly all their devices led me to my recent review of their latest model, the Vital 200S air purifier.

In this article, I will compare the Vital 200S with one of Levoit’s top-selling models, the Core 300S. These air purifiers don’t have many things in common except the high-quality filtration technology and the possibility of connecting with the VeSync smart app.

Levoit Core 300S Vs Vital 200S - Hands-on Comparison
Photo: Airpurifierfirst.com / Milan Antonic

From the design aspect, the Vital 200S is rectangular, while the Core 300S is cylindrical. Both have great build and plastic quality. The Vital 200S has carrying handles, which I like a lot because they make moving the device from room to room much easier.

Considering coverage, the Levoit Vital 200S effectively cleans spaces of up to 380 sq. ft., whereas the Levoit Core 300S is better suited for smaller environments, up to 219 sq. ft. So, let’s say the Vital 200S is great for large bedrooms, living rooms, or similar rooms, while the Core 300S would be great for smaller rooms such as small bedrooms, offices, kids rooms and similar.

Both models use a high-quality three-stage filtration technology, including a pre-filter, a True HEPA filter, and an activated carbon filter. Also, they don’t produce ozone and are 100% safe to use.

I have compared these two air purifiers in detail, tested their performance, noise levels, and power usage, and picked the one that is a better buying option. However, before jumping to the final conclusion, I would suggest checking their specifications, presented in the table below.

Specs: Levoit Core 300S Vs Vital 200S

Product ImageLevoit Core 300SLevoit Vital 200S
ManufacturerLevoitLevoit
ModelCore 300SVital 200S
Dimensions (inches / cm)8.7 x 8.7 x 14.2 inches (22 x 22 x 36 cm)15.6 x 8.5 x 19.8 inches (39.6 x 21.7 x 50.2 cm)
Weight (pounds / kg)5.95 lb (2.7 kg)13.2 lb (6 kg)
Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR)141 CFM / 240 m³/h245 CFM (416 m³/h)
Coverage (4.8 ACH) 219 sq. ft. (20 m²)380 sq. ft. (35 m²)
Performance Ratings
Filtration TechnologyPre-filter, True HEPA Filter, and Activated Carbon FilterPre-filter, True HEPA Filter, and Activated Carbon Filter
Filter Replacement IndicatorYesYes
Filter Life6-8 monthsabout 12 months
Power Consumption 26W50W
Operating Costs Ratings
Number of Fan Speeds5 – Sleep Mode, Speed 1, Speed 2, Speed 3, and Auto Mode5 – Sleep Mode, Low, Medium, High, and Turbo
Air Quality Sensor YesYes
Air Quality IndicatorYesYes
Auto Mode YesYes
Smart App YesYes
Voice Control YesYes
Other FeaturesDisplay OffDisplay LockTimerLight DetectionDisplay OffDisplay LockTimer
Noise Level (low – high)41.4 – 65.2 dBA41.0 – 62.2 dBA
Noise Ratings
Best Suited For
Bedrooms
Small Spaces
Dust
Allergies
Children's Rooms
Smart Home Integration
Pets
Living Rooms
Bedrooms
Kitchens
Allergies
Dust
Smart Home Integration
Warranty2-year2-year
In-Depth ReviewLevoit Core 300SLevoit Vital 200S
PriceCheck Price on AmazonCheck Price on Amazon
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Which One Does It Better?

We had two outstanding air purifiers in this battle, both from Levoit, both with extraordinary performance and well-optimized motors, but with some small differences that determined the winner.

I’m a huge fan of the Levoit Core 300S air purifier, and it’s one of the best small air purifiers I have tested so far. However, if you add a few more bucks, you can get a much more powerful, newer, and overall fantastic air purifier, the Vital 200S.

The Levoit Vital 200S has larger filters, has more carbon pellets in its filter, is more powerful, and covers larger rooms. Those are some reasons I would pick it over the Core 300S.

If you have questions about these two Levoits, please ask in the comments section below the article.

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