WAS £99 NOW £38.99 HEPA Air Purifier - Air Ioniser, Air Cleaning,Negative ions Activated Carbon Filter @ Sold by top1products and Fulfilled by Amazon
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WAS £99 NOW £38.99 HEPA Air Purifier - Air Ioniser, Air Cleaning,Negative ions Activated Carbon Filter @ Sold by top1products and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 17th Jul 2017


Summer brings warmer temperatures and a higher risk of PM2.5, the heat and humidity increase the release of toxic or harmful gases, such as formaldehyde, benzene, and ammonia, from construction & home decoration materials as well as furniture, indoor air pollution is on average 20% more serious than other seasons ,In an office environment, levels of ozone can rise significantly due to emissions produced by electrostatic printing equipment, such as laser printers and photocopiers. Moreover, pathogens including mites, molds, & legionella bacteria can spread in closed environments due to poor ventilation and overuse of air conditioners.

Attribute:

●Size: 131 inch * 41.4 inch * 31.5 inch (L x W x H)
●Weight: 0.85Kg
●Rated Power: 2W Air volume (CFM): 30m fand /h
●Rated Voltage: 5V DC
●Length of the Cord: about 1.5m (5ft)
●Purification efficiency (CADR): second-hand smoke, odours (34) / dust, pollutants (35) / pollen, allergens (35)
●Decibel of Noise: 28-35dB
●The concentration of Negative Ions: 3 million fand pcs /cm

Features:

●Professional HEPA Electrostatic Air Purifier with Central Filtration Systems & Negative Ion Technology delivers uniform clean airflow & helps to reduce odors, remove allergens and pollutants.
●Folding convex designs of HEPA fliter surrounded into 360º barrels, effectively reduce heat build-up and filter out more than 99.99% of particles (PM) larger than 0.3 microns - that's much smaller even than PM2.5 microns.
●Microporous activated carbon filter, harmless to human body characteristics used in the purification process can be completely decompose toxic pollutants, fliter out micro-organism, fungus, suspended particles, formaldehyde, volatile organic compounds.

Use Tips : Please clean it regularly using a soft wet towel and slightly soapy water.

Package Included:

●1x Air Purifier
●1x USB Cable ( USB Plug Box not included )
●1x User Manual
●1x Gift Package

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Inspite of the reviews this is a gimmick. Why can't more people see it?
mittromney

Inspite of the reviews this is a gimmick. Why can't more people see it?


I bought this some time ago, it literally looks like a PC fan at the top and it draws air through the filter below. Probably cost them £2 to make.

To be fair though isn't that what an air filter does it just passes air though a filter? or are you saying there should be more to it? do elaborate please
Niz

I bought this some time ago, it literally looks like a PC fan at the top … I bought this some time ago, it literally looks like a PC fan at the top and it draws air through the filter below. Probably cost them £2 to make.To be fair though isn't that what an air filter does it just passes air though a filter? or are you saying there should be more to it? do elaborate please



Ok, so this works, but it's not that efficient. It needs to be on all day to make a significant difference and it's probably good for one room. Better off opening the window keeping cooking smells from entering the room. If you live on a high street where there's lots of traffic especially buses, you should consider buying one. If you smoke, just quit- buying this won't help you
Been looking at a HEPA fan for the house as the other half has been diagnosed with Severe dust allergy. Looks at the reviews, it doesnt seem to be the best? I guess if its no good you can always send back
Edited by: "darthvader666uk" 17th Jul 2017
darthvader666uk

Been looking at a HEPA fan for the house as the other half has been … Been looking at a HEPA fan for the house as the other half has been diagnosed with Severe dust allergy. Looks at the reviews, it doesnt seem to be the best? I guess if its no good you can always send back



I got a blueair which they say make the best stuff, it helped, but what helped more for my allergies was a desiccant dehumidifier with ionising function
cabbagekitten10 m ago

I got a blueair which they say make the best stuff, it helped, but what …I got a blueair which they say make the best stuff, it helped, but what helped more for my allergies was a desiccant dehumidifier with ionising function


Thank you cool, I shall have a look around for a dehumidifier
Niz2 h, 59 m ago

I bought this some time ago, it literally looks like a PC fan at the top …I bought this some time ago, it literally looks like a PC fan at the top and it draws air through the filter below. Probably cost them £2 to make.To be fair though isn't that what an air filter does it just passes air though a filter? or are you saying there should be more to it? do elaborate please

​So what they are saying is that it would be perfect for a dolls house.
Get yourself a houseplant if you want to purify the air, there are several that will do a much better job than a 2watt fan. I recommend Lilly but plenty to choose from just look up nasa research on the subject
jumpinoffthbed1 h, 49 m ago

Get yourself a houseplant if you want to purify the air, there are several …Get yourself a houseplant if you want to purify the air, there are several that will do a much better job than a 2watt fan. I recommend Lilly but plenty to choose from just look up nasa research on the subject

​Yep I got myself a snake plant and aloe Vera plant recently both for the bedroom.
I guess the plants won't be any good for removing dust out the air (may even make it worse by providing more surface to land on).

Admit this one will prob not do any good being so small, but I have a larger one for the living room and it does seem to help me breath after I found myself allergic to the cat and I hoover the filter out every couple of months and it has a fair bit of dust in there (even after Hoovering the house at least once a week (as often as I can), but I create a lot of dust due to my eczema/dry skin).
mittromney2 h, 39 m ago

​Yep I got myself a snake plant and aloe Vera plant recently both for the b …​Yep I got myself a snake plant and aloe Vera plant recently both for the bedroom.

Having plants in the bedroom is not the best idea as at night plants respire and give out carbon dioxide rather than oxygen.
The write-up is appalling and scare-mongering. They talk of toxic gases - an air filter won't remove these. Also some nonsense about ozone risks in an office - an ionising filter will produce yet more ozone not reduce it.
little_red_devil

[quote=mittromney] at night plants respire and give out carbon dioxide … [quote=mittromney] at night plants respire and give out carbon dioxide rather than oxygen.


There is a net gain of oxygen as the plant is more active during the day
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