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HoMedics True HEPA Air Purifier Eliminates 99.97% of Allergens, Germs, Bacteria & Viruses, Relief From Allergies & Asthma - £37.97 @ Currys
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HoMedics True HEPA Air Purifier Eliminates 99.97% of Allergens, Germs, Bacteria & Viruses, Relief From Allergies & Asthma - £37.97 @ Currys

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Keep the air at home clean and allergen free with the Homedics AR-10A-GB Professional HEPA Home Air Purifier .

Compact design

Designed to sit inconspicuously in any room, the compact AR10AGB uses HEPA technology to remove up to 99% of airborne irritants.

Remove dust, smoke, bacteria, pollen and dander from the air to breathe easier and reduce complications that can arise from breathing contaminated air - ideal if you suffer from hayfever or other respiratory issues.

Easy clean filters

A HEPA filter increases the filter lifespan by up to five times, reducing the amount you pay in the long run for clean air.

The removable filters can be washed to make sure that your home stays free of airborne irritants for longer.

Super-quiet operation makes the Homedics AR-10A-GB Professional HEPA Home Air Purifier perfect for use in bedrooms to help allergy sufferers get to sleep and stay undisturbed through the night.

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Amazon had this air purifier earlier for the same price.
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furiousjammin15/06/2020 09:52

Not available in the 36 closest stores to Leicester.I think this is going …Not available in the 36 closest stores to Leicester.I think this is going to be one of those deals available in 1 store on the Isle of Mann.


I'm surprised they haven't changed that to Isle of Person.
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Interesting choice of brand name 👀
Will this help with hayfever?
Excellent price, paid £60 2 years ago for sons hayfever, seems to work well. Normally just vacuum the filler once in a while
Not available near me
Would this be better or about the same? (there is a 10% off voucher offer on the page) amazon.co.uk/dp/B083VWVKTJ/
Edited by: "androidavis" 15th Jun
What kind of area can be this be effective in?
This should go hot, for the price and also that one is able to wash the filter too. Hardly any on-going costs apart from the lectric bill
androidavis15/06/2020 09:29

Would this be better or about the same? (there is a 10% off voucher offer …Would this be better or about the same? (there is a 10% off voucher offer on the page) amazon.co.uk/dp/B083VWVKTJ/


I doubt it, looking at the specs of both, yours is less than 2.5 watt and has a 5v fan and a tiny filter and uses an ioniser to purify the air, the op's one has a larger filter and is 38w so should move more air and trap more dust before the filter gets clogged.


I've also read that ionsed air may not be that good for you.


The op's one claims to be good for a 55m² room, and that's apparently based on 2.5m height, so assuming they are only allowing for one circulation of the air in an hour, that would make the air flow rate 137 cubic meters per hour.
Edited by: "melted" 15th Jun
Check out the previous post for the same thing from Amazon (now expired)
hotukdeals.com/com…966
Wasn't this on Amazon last week?
Not available in the 36 closest stores to Leicester.

I think this is going to be one of those deals available in 1 store on the Isle of Mann.
furiousjammin15/06/2020 09:52

Not available in the 36 closest stores to Leicester.I think this is going …Not available in the 36 closest stores to Leicester.I think this is going to be one of those deals available in 1 store on the Isle of Mann.


I'm surprised they haven't changed that to Isle of Person.
perrioli15/06/2020 10:21

I'm surprised they haven't changed that to Isle of Person.


Sold out everywhere since this was posted last week!
Well, you could always make one yourself by sellotaping a filter to a fan ->

Edited by: "melted" 15th Jun
melted15/06/2020 10:50

Well, you could always make one yourself by sellotaping a filter to a fan …Well, you could always make one yourself by sellotaping a filter to a fan ->[Video]


I trust this person more because of the bookshelf in his studio and his new white coat. Seriously though that is brill. Add a smart plug - Voice commands too
Edited by: "androidavis" 15th Jun
androidavis15/06/2020 11:05

I trust this person more because of the bookshelf in his studio and … I trust this person more because of the bookshelf in his studio and his new white coat. Seriously though that is brill. Add a smart plug - Voice commands too


Yeah the white lab coat is a bit OTT .

I made a very cheap ceiling mounted workshop filler some years ago, just a simple chipboard box with a snail (centrifugal fan) to suck the air out and a couple of layers of the stiff square welded wire mesh to hold the filter material in the bottom, which is an inch or two thick layer of melt blown polypropylene rated to filter 2 microns as I recall. Cost me a bit over 20 quid. If I was making one today, I'd add a coarse pre-filter and go for a fan with a higher cfm , although as they now only cost around £160, I would probably buy one instead.
I got this last week. Works great. But a bit noisy on highest setting.

For this price probably the best air purifier you can get. But £100+ models will beat this easily.

Note that there is no timer functionality. And you can't use a timer plug or smart plug with it, as it doesn't have a permanent "on" mode.
Edited by: "dahokolomoki" 15th Jun
I brought this from Amazon the other week when it was on offer at the same price. I ended up returning it as it kept on turning itself off for no apparent reason.
It doesn't mention anything in the manual or online which was odd.
MrDenwei17/06/2020 14:16

I brought this from Amazon the other week when it was on offer at the same …I brought this from Amazon the other week when it was on offer at the same price. I ended up returning it as it kept on turning itself off for no apparent reason.It doesn't mention anything in the manual or online which was odd.


Mine is the same, might be an auto off function after certain time. For me it’s at least 8 hours of being on
derbyduckie17/06/2020 15:14

Mine is the same, might be an auto off function after certain time. For me …Mine is the same, might be an auto off function after certain time. For me it’s at least 8 hours of being on


Mine was around 12 to 16 hours when it turned off.
There's no sign in the manual or website stating safety or features etc... But never mind.
I'd was one to stay on 24/7 and for me to use a smart plug instead.
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