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Posted 14 July 2022

Hoover smart Air Purifier 300, works with Alexa £84.15 with code / £79.20 for Blue Light card holders @ Hoover

£84.15£13939% off
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£79.20 with Blue Light Card, £84.15 credit to SupraniLA for the code, deal edited with the code today. I've not tried to see if you can use 2 codes at the same time. 20% off on all items including sales via BLC.

Courtesy to sisqoboy who posted the similar for people who do not have BLC.
  • Clean your home's air in 10 minutes - remove allergens, fumes, cooking smells and cigarette smoke. Effective on a room of up to 110 square metres.
  • 100% Pollen Neutraliser Technology – through the Hoover Air Purifier’s unique filtration system, pollen particles are instantly neutralised in the HEPA (H13) filter layer.
  • Triple Layer Filtration – The H-Trifilter system of the air purifier guarantees the removal of 99.9% of allergens from the air, including pollen, dust, bacteria and viruses, as well as pet hair.
  • Real-time Updates- the Air Quality LED Ring will change colour depending on the air quality detected to allow immediate feedback, green LED means excellent air quality.
  • Monitor through the hOn App – Connect the air purifier to WiFi to monitor indoor and outdoor pollution levels, humidity, temperature, and the air quality in your home in real time through the hOn App.
  • Create a personal allergic profile for the air purifier using the Pollen Allergy Mode on the hOn App.
  • Quiet Sleep Mode – the Hoover Air Purifier’s extremely quiet Sleep Mode goes through up to 10 air purification cycles while you sleep.
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    Good deal, gonna get one for when the mother in law is around, she farts like anything and no fresh air when that happens. Hope this will help
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    What situation would you need this I the uk for?
    Cat owners, hayfever or allergic rhinitis sufferers, etc

    I still prefer my BlueAir purifier though (edited)
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    Absolute steal. Many thanks!
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    Ordered thanks
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    Bought it from amazon the other day for under 100 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️

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    I did that with a graphics card when amazon sent the wrong one out....

    My one just doesn't have amazon packaging but knowing the delivery companies it'll be damaged by the time it gets there
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    This is a nightmare to try and get to work on Wifi and pair with the app and without the app you can do very little with the unit. I purchased this with a previous deal and spent days trying to get it work and eventually had to return it! Loads of the reviews on Amazon mentioned the problem but I stupidly ignored them as it was a good deal. Save your money and days of your life trying to use it and avoid it!

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    Hoover uses 2.4ghz WiFi. Many routers have had problems with Hoover products, including my washing machine. My LG fridge freezer works on the same bandwidth yet has no problem connecting.

    "If you want a better and a longer range for your devices, use 2.4 GHz. If you need higher speed and could sacrifice for range, the 5GHz band should be used. The 5GHz band, which is the newer of the two, has the potential to cut through network clutter disturbance and interference to maximize network performance".

    actcorp.in/blo…ifi (edited)
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    I've just ordered the 700 for £119.20 with blc. I dry a lot of clothes in doors so hoping the dehumidifier will help but mainly bought for the purifier. Has anyone managed to find out how long the filter lasts roughly? Although, the way electric prices are going, I'm not sure I will be able to afford to run it !

    Oh and they are all back in stock by the way (edited)

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    Have you checked its working okay though? The majority of the time our air quality is excellent but does kick in and go red sometimes when cooking or when the window and patio doors have been open. And we are rural. A very small estate in a villiage with hardly any cars etc passing... if it's working as it should and it's constantly on excellent, you could return as the app is a well known issue so be in your rights to return on that basis. You could just buy plants 🪴
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    How does this compare to the Philips Series 800 compact air purifier?
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    300 and 500 now OOS.
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    Mine arrived today, had no issue with pairing it at all, couldn’t have been easier
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    Absolutely no issues with mine, set it up today. Based on reviews I was expecting to be a pain to set it up with WiFi and I was preparing to send it back. It took 1 min to set it up, connected to WiFi from the 2nd try and probably first time was my fault, I didn't pressed long enough on the WiFi button.
    Looks really nice and seems like a good product for under £80, however, yes, it is big. My wife said to hide it in a corner as she does not want to see it. If you don't have much space, don't buy it.