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Philips Series 800 Compact HEPA Air Purifier - £99.99 @ Amazon

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Intelligent purification? Professional grade sensor automatically monitors, reacts and purifiers air
High grade filters remove 99.5 Percent of ultrafine particles (PM2.5), dust, pollen, allergens, gases, bacteria and viruses
Quiet as a whisper in sleep mode display lights are dimmed and purifier operates in near silence while you sleep
Compact size ensures fits in every place in your home; provides air purification for rooms upto 20 sq m
4-step color display indicator provides visual feedback of the indoor air quality
3D air circulation technology ensures efficient purification
Removes aerosols, including those containing a respiratory virus, from the air which passes through the filter*
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    Note - If you have an Amazon student account you get 10% off making it £89.99

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    This is £82.57 delivered from Amazon france if you don’t mind using an adapter on the plug.
    Is there a link?
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    Got a levoit mini for about 35 from Amazon recently and it appears this is the same unit rebranded. I actually don’t really rate it as an air purifier, but love it as a white noise generator!
    It’s not . I had the levoit mini for a small bedroom and got this . Go read the spec sheet … this one is better
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    How does this hold up to the Levoit Core 200s (just picked one up from Amazon for ~ £55)
    From what Ive seen it sits between the 200s and 300s but competes more against the 300s in results, so room size is main difference one is for small 200s other for medium 300s and don't think the 200s has a sensor though I could be wrong on that.

    I think the 800 uses less power than both Levoit's
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    Are these suitable to help with VOCs and UFPs for 3D printing?
    I can't imagine it would help tbh, pretty sure the issue is the particle size would be too small as it's more of a gas than a particulate. I think normally best bet would be air extraction to outside (edited)
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    Mine stopped working after a few months of standard use
    Did you clean the sensor device?
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    48859246-4PjNI.jpgAnyone have any opinions on this?
    Personally I'd buy from the bigger brands. Philips is better known by far / have decent filtering testing mechanisms - some of the cheaper brands, it's hard to know if they'd do what they promise e.g. the dust/particle removal actually works; also how fast their filters might degrade is harder to know. Air is a pretty high quality of life thing, getting something appropiate in my mind feels better. (edited)
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    This is awesome, i own it and the 3000i and they’re life changers to anyone with allergies. I want another one of these but the grey one next.
    Costco has the grey one but it’s not discounted
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    A review video here:

    Got the bigger 3000 series. Pretty decent decision to have it. (edited)
    Just the £385 difference lol
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    Was just about to post this. Seems like a good deal. I don't have much knowledge of air purifiers but from some research Philips seem to be a good brand so I've ordered this one.
    HEPA is decent. You will need to replace the filters at some point. For the price it's not bad, you won't get good ion generation for that much.

    HEPA will help reduce the spread of viruses, and also help with allergies. You need to control both, it can only clean so much air, but it's effective.
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    Mines working fine in the room with the open fire, and happy with the non Phillips filters...
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    Voted hot. For this price I think l like this one more than my Hoover 300. It is smaller and the filters are cheaper.
    But Amazon Warehouse has the Hoover 300 used, at £40, so not sure which one I prefer. (edited)
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    How much are the filters to change?
    about £20-£25. I have mine on all day everyday and it needs changing every 9-12 months depending on your use.
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    15% off on Bluelightcard.
    On Amazon?
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    Been after one of these for a while, got for £89.99 thanks
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    My local Costco has the better version in store for £97 (carbon filter, nano protect)
    This one - costco.co.uk/App…030 (edited)
    That Shows as £134.98 online? Where is your local Costco?
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    How does this compare to the Blueair pure 411
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    And €84 on Amazon.fr
    What's going on??
    Brexit tax
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