NScessity HEPA Air Purifier with Ioniser @ Asda Direct and John Lewis £5 - HotUKDeals
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This is £25 on Amazon and £29.99 on mothercare

I picked up 6 yesterday after reserving them a few days ago.
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#1
Currently showing @£5 on John Lewis website with free delivery on orders over £25
#2
Was about to collect 4 from my nearest asda then found they charge £4.95 for the Privilege!!
Think I'd have to order another 2 as it's free on orders over £25!
#3
Hot though
#4
Further to my above re JL it is free delivery on orders over £30.........not £25
#5
I checked the john lewis website minutes before posting this and it was £25, they must've updated it in that time
1 Like #6
Not v good reviews on amazon mind.
#7
omz45 ........I believe you ....some of the search engines are still showing at £27.99 delivered from JL
#8
omz45........Thanks I bagged a couple @ £13 including delivery from JL........was not
looking for them b4 your spot on ASDA ...but when you spot a bargain you have to go for it
where ever it comes from ??? with the exception of Pixmania.

Edited By: aScottishBloke on Dec 01, 2010 23:50: profanity attempt
#9
No probs, I was actually looking for an air purifier and stumbled across this
I was going to spend £30-40 on a Hepa purifier but for a fiver, you can buy an extra one just for the filter
Most parenting sites advise to buy and air filter like this (preferably hepa) for newborns
#10
just ordered/reserved one at jl, many thanks op
#11
how often do you need to change the filter?
#12
Its says every 6 months but it obviously depends on usage
#13
jesus, dont believe the op bought six, getting sick of people doing this. good deal though.
#14
cozzb
jesus, dont believe the op bought six, getting sick of people doing this. good deal though.

Why? Maybe she lives in a HOUSE with MULTIPLE ROOMS. So buying six is pretty understandable.
2 Likes #15
lol, seeing as though its free to collect from store if I buy 5, 1 extra doesn't really seems too much
"sick of people making the most of a deal" - i'm afraid that's what people will do on a site like this
2 Likes #16
cozzb
jesus, dont believe the op bought six, getting sick of people doing this. good deal though.

second , third or any subsequent poster maybe. But the OP who has no obligation to even bring it to our attention......LMAO plank.
#17
out of stock on asda site
#18
out of stock on JL?
#19
Just bought1000. Will put them on Ebay for £10 each and make a decent profit hee hee! NOT!
#20
Hilarious X) An Air filter for the home ;) One of the greatest gadgets-for-mugs of all time.

Good luck filtering the whole planet's atmosphere 8)
1 Like #21
Jeezeypeeps
Hilarious X) An Air filter for the home ;) One of the greatest gadgets-for-mugs of all time.Good luck filtering the whole planet's atmosphere 8)

yet folk can die from smoke inhalation in a fire when it has the whole atmosphere to disperse into.

Just think if anyone was daft enough to by smoke or carbon monoxide alarms eh? ;)
1 Like #22
open a window! :D
#23
cheap - but do not expect much filtration

good filters are normally £ 250 + , also POLARISING filters are best for home, quiet and very effective

I managed to find some £ 300 ESSA filters online a few weeks ago for £ 90 ( new ) all sold out now, but maybe worth looking from time to time , these are allergy foundation approved and are very quiet but WORK, after 24hrs of use the room air smells much fresher, also in winter you dont want to open windows etc, so a good time to have filtration
#24
I got one of these a few weeks ago, its basically just a computer fan on the bottom, wouldnt expect it to do much
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omz45
Most parenting sites advise to buy and air filter like this (preferably hepa) for newborns
Really? And who's paying them to say that? Just like with antibacterial surfaces and hand washes everywhere, if you don't let your children's immune systems develop they will get other problems like asthma.
#26
out of stock....
#27
It's a good price, but as has been said, your body needs to have 'dirt' to build up/maintain the immune system.

If we all lived in a bubble, we'd be ill the second we stepped out of it.
#28
Tinhead
Jeezeypeeps
Hilarious X) An Air filter for the home ;) One of the greatest gadgets-for-mugs of all time.Good luck filtering the whole planet's atmosphere 8)


yet folk can die from smoke inhalation in a fire when it has the whole atmosphere to disperse into.

Just think if anyone was daft enough to by smoke or carbon monoxide alarms eh? ;)


You clearly have no sense of perspective.<3
#29
Jeezeypeeps
You clearly have no sense of perspective.<3
Thanks for putting it much more politely than I would have done!
#30
sold out
#31
Just got an email saying its back in stock at john lewis.....for £24.95. boo, shame i missed it

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