Preliminary back pressure and adsorption performance results are reported for two activated carbon honeycomb materials. The carbon impregnated honeycomb (CIH) material is porous ceramic honeycomb with a complete impregnation and coating of activated carbon on all ceramic surfaces. It offers the potential to be a permanent odor filter in that it can be in situ electrically regenerated. It has adsorption performance similar to commercially available layered filters, but has much lower back pressure. The second material is an activated carbon honeycomb (ACH) and is not ceramic-based as is CIH. As such, it has much more activated carbon and superior adsorption performance. The back pressure is low, as with CIH. It has significant potential as a high-performing disposable odor filter.