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Philips AC2889/60 Series 2000i Connected Air Purifier with Real Time Air Quality Feedback, Anti-Allergen £269.99 @ Amazon
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Philips AC2889/60 Series 2000i Connected Air Purifier with Real Time Air Quality Feedback, Anti-Allergen £269.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 11th Oct
  • Ideal for medium to large rooms
  • Effectively reduces allergens, pollutants, gases, odours
  • Captures 99.97% of particles pass through the filter
  • Automatically monitors, reacts & purifiers the air
  • Visualised allergen level from device and app
  • Control purifier from anywhere
  • Always-alert auto mode: allergen mode
  • 3 auto modes & 5 manual setting, including quiet sleep mode
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This is going to be overkill for most of the UK. The average residential room size in the UK according to whomever the BBC used as their source in this article from 2011 bbc.co.uk/new…580 was 16.3 square metres. This is good for 79 square metres which isn't much smaller than what they said the average residential home was in an article about how homes are getting smaller.

I suggest that many people would be better off just getting a smaller one good for around 15 square metres (around £40) and using it in the room they spend most of the time in. Of course a smaller one is easily moved or you could by a couple. This is what I did a few months ago and yea filtered air is actually noticeably more pleasant.
These things are designed for people living in hell holes like China and India. Unless you are living in London town you don't need one of these in the UK!
666FU11/10/2019 05:57

These things are designed for people living in hell holes like China and …These things are designed for people living in hell holes like China and India. Unless you are living in London town you don't need one of these in the UK!


Maybe you don't but others do. I suffer from horrendous allergies, mainly all dust and hey fever etc, I live in the countryside surrounded by farms. We used to have 4 smaller ones if various rooms but I still suffered. After buying one of these which sits in the hallway I have no issues at all. It's a good send for me.
Edited by: "you_gotta_be_kidding" 11th Oct
omgpleasespamme11/10/2019 01:20

This is going to be overkill for most of the UK. The average residential …This is going to be overkill for most of the UK. The average residential room size in the UK according to whomever the BBC used as their source in this article from 2011 https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14916580 was 16.3 square metres. This is good for 79 square metres which isn't much smaller than what they said the average residential home was in an article about how homes are getting smaller.I suggest that many people would be better off just getting a smaller one good for around 15 square metres (around £40) and using it in the room they spend most of the time in. Of course a smaller one is easily moved or you could by a couple. This is what I did a few months ago and yea filtered air is actually noticeably more pleasant.


Can you provide a link to the purifier you bought? I have a dehumidifier in the upstairs of the house. Would you recommend getting an air purifier too?
I am tempted, but it does look big.

We have a smaller silver one we bought a couple of years ago and it seems to work really well (I am allergic to the cat and it helped a lot (even though we vaccumed all the time with a HEPA vacuume cleaner)).

I've had a quick look on Amazon, but they don't appear to sell it anymore (think it was a Von Haaus).
keeping plants in rooms will help I think ?

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coolio2811/10/2019 08:21

Can you provide a link to the purifier you bought? I have a dehumidifier …Can you provide a link to the purifier you bought? I have a dehumidifier in the upstairs of the house. Would you recommend getting an air purifier too?



Please be aware I'm by no means an expert, nor have I tried any other air purifiers. amazon.co.uk/Lev…CF/ Make sure you click the tick box for the 20% off code. There may well be better for cheaper or whatever, however this is the one I have. I've been suitably impressed with it and I can honestly tell the difference between having had it on and having not had it on.
omgpleasespamme11/10/2019 17:25

Please be aware I'm by no means an expert, nor have I tried any other air …Please be aware I'm by no means an expert, nor have I tried any other air purifiers. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Levoit-Purifier-Allergies-Chemicals-Ozone-Free/dp/B07FVNZ4CF/ Make sure you click the tick box for the 20% off code. There may well be better for cheaper or whatever, however this is the one I have. I've been suitably impressed with it and I can honestly tell the difference between having had it on and having not had it on.


Thanks mate
I live in London, so this would be sometime I would be interested in.

How long does a filter last? It's £35 a pop, so could get very expensive (and profitable for Philips).
I live in London and have a Levoit brand one - which is cheaper for new filters. It has made an amazing difference to the air in my bedroom at night. I leave it running all night in night mode - nice and quiet. Don’t have it running in the day.

The Levoit one was £104 for 55sqm on Amazon deal of the day. Is currently £132 if you apply the voucher.
Edited by: "patrick_000" 11th Oct
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