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Xiaomi Air Purifier 3 £130.17 Delivered from EU @ AliExpress Deals / Xiaomi Lifestyle Store
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Xiaomi Air Purifier 3 £130.17 Delivered from EU @ AliExpress Deals / Xiaomi Lifestyle Store

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Posted 23rd JunShipping from Spain

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Granted, not the cheapest it's ever been, but not a bad price at all considering EU shipping, so no further custom charges, and faster delivery

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CADR of 400 m / h particulate materialSupply of 6,660 liters of clean air per minute

OLED display touch screenHigh precision laser particle sensor / remote application controlEfficient removal of PM2.5 / A4 formaldehyde filter from floor area
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Great price for the 3, takes a standard figure 8 plug so easily swapped to a UK cable for £1.50 if you want or use a world plug adapter from Tesco for a quid.

I would strongly suggest buying some electrostatic filter sheets for the filter, wrap it round the filter and it will catch all the larger dust particles, cheap to replace and keeps the filter clean of large dust meaning each Xiaomi filter lasts about 12 months in my experience but your millage may vary depending on where you live etc. Highly recommended and my two model 2 purifiers have been running for 2 years without being turned off and never given any issue
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Great price for the 3, takes a standard figure 8 plug so easily swapped to a UK cable for £1.50 if you want or use a world plug adapter from Tesco for a quid.

I would strongly suggest buying some electrostatic filter sheets for the filter, wrap it round the filter and it will catch all the larger dust particles, cheap to replace and keeps the filter clean of large dust meaning each Xiaomi filter lasts about 12 months in my experience but your millage may vary depending on where you live etc. Highly recommended and my two model 2 purifiers have been running for 2 years without being turned off and never given any issue
Amazing. Buy it.

I have 2s and love it.
Got one for £150 three weeks ago. Great price! Genuinely works.
Kenneth13123/06/2020 17:22

Great price for the 3, takes a standard figure 8 plug so easily swapped to …Great price for the 3, takes a standard figure 8 plug so easily swapped to a UK cable for £1.50 if you want or use a world plug adapter from Tesco for a quid. I would strongly suggest buying some electrostatic filter sheets for the filter, wrap it round the filter and it will catch all the larger dust particles, cheap to replace and keeps the filter clean of large dust meaning each Xiaomi filter lasts about 12 months in my experience but your millage may vary depending on where you live etc. Highly recommended and my two model 2 purifiers have been running for 2 years without being turned off and never given any issue


Which colour filters do you use? I got myself a purple genuine one recently.. wonder if there is any real world difference over the default filter.
Would anyone know how this compares to a Winix model that Costco I believe still has in their warehouses?
I believe it was the one from my link, it was below £150 a while ago.
costco.co.uk/App…202

I'm new to this, so I wouldn't even know where to start.
Good price for this, albeit as OP says not the cheapest it's been.

If you have less cash and willing to sacrifice some quality, there's a bargain Homedics deal at the moment from Curry's.
'Page not found - This item cannot be shipped to UK'.

Is it still available?
Does the get10 or get15 code work for this?
Just heads up, apparently auto mode isn't actually so good on Air Purifiers.
smartairfilters.com/en/…de/

Better to run it on manual and use automations to set coverage...

edit: automation code for home assistant if anyone wants
Edited by: "emmpii8" 23rd Jun
If shipped from Europe, will it be the global version?
H1.HWK23/06/2020 18:19

If shipped from Europe, will it be the global version?


No it will be the Chinese version. The European model is the 3H and this is the 3 however the 3 is supported on the EU server so it's fine
Thanks Ken
Just ordered, but having problems with it processing... Fell over half way through, don't know if it's ordered or not now?
H1.HWK23/06/2020 18:25

Just ordered, but having problems with it processing... Fell over half way …Just ordered, but having problems with it processing... Fell over half way through, don't know if it's ordered or not now?


Just check your Ali account and check orders "all orders" won't move "to be shipped" until Ali approve your payment, which is usually within the hour
Failed twice on web page, but worked OK on the mobile app, all good.
Been waiting to get one of these since the £80 Purifier 2 deals came up a few months back. Thanks OP
I came here based on a laptop alert, how does this compare to a laptop?
HPMan23/06/2020 18:50

I came here based on a laptop alert, how does this compare to a laptop?


Both got fans....
Reckon this would be a good purchase to help get rid of builder and plaster dust after an extension?
HPMan23/06/2020 18:50

I came here based on a laptop alert, how does this compare to a laptop?


It's ok for light gaming but would have a look at the latest Fabreze models if you are looking for cutting edge performance
Genuinely interested in one to reduce the dust in my tiny office room, however this is rather big and not sure I got a space for it. Those who got one is it genuinely good at removing dust and particles? Considering it’s the place I spend most of my days at it might be a worthy investment. Genuinely tired of wiping lots and lots of dust every 2 days
traienuts23/06/2020 17:31

Would anyone know how this compares to a Winix model that Costco I believe …Would anyone know how this compares to a Winix model that Costco I believe still has in their warehouses? I believe it was the one from my link, it was below £150 a while ago. https://www.costco.co.uk/Appliances/Cooling-Air-Treatment-Heating/Air-Treatment/Winix-2020EU-True-Hepa-Air-Purifier-with-4-Stage-Cleaning-77m/p/820202I'm new to this, so I wouldn't even know where to start.


I can't help you on comparing the two brands but I do have the Winix one from Costco. I bought in store last week and the warehouse one is actually the Winix Zero which is slightly different to the Winix 2020EU in your link. Main differences are room capacity (Zero is suitable for up to 99m2), carbon filter (non washable on the Zero) and dust sensor. The Winix Zero also came with 3 filter kits (1 HEPA, 4 carbon per kit), 2 in the box and another supplied from Costco, giving up to 3 years of use before having to repurchase. I paid £180 inc Vat and I'm delighted with it. It's whisper quiet on sleep mode - the quietest one I have ever owned by far. No remote control or smartphone app but not an issue for me. Not the prettiest looking thing but none of them are really, it works well that's good enough for me.
Edited by: "jamjar" 23rd Jun
Kenneth13123/06/2020 17:22

Great price for the 3, takes a standard figure 8 plug so easily swapped to …Great price for the 3, takes a standard figure 8 plug so easily swapped to a UK cable for £1.50 if you want or use a world plug adapter from Tesco for a quid. I would strongly suggest buying some electrostatic filter sheets for the filter, wrap it round the filter and it will catch all the larger dust particles, cheap to replace and keeps the filter clean of large dust meaning each Xiaomi filter lasts about 12 months in my experience but your millage may vary depending on where you live etc. Highly recommended and my two model 2 purifiers have been running for 2 years without being turned off and never given any issue


Where do you get the electrostatic filter sheets from?
jamjar23/06/2020 21:03

I can't help you on comparing the two brands but I do have the Winix one …I can't help you on comparing the two brands but I do have the Winix one from Costco. I bought in store last week and the warehouse one is actually the Winix Zero which is slightly different to the Winix 2020EU in your link. Main differences are room capacity (Zero is suitable for up to 99m2), carbon filter (non washable on the Zero) and dust sensor. The Winix Zero also came with 3 filter kits (1 HEPA, 4 carbon per kit), 2 in the box and another supplied from Costco, giving up to 3 years of use before having to repurchase. I paid £180 inc Vat and I'm delighted with it. It's whisper quiet on sleep mode - the quietest one I have ever owned by far. No remote control or smartphone app but not an issue for me. Not the prettiest looking thing but none of them are really, it works well that's good enough for me.


Thank you very much for this, so would you say it actually makes a difference, is it that noticeable when having one?
Edited by: "traienuts" 23rd Jun
iEimis23/06/2020 20:28

Genuinely interested in one to reduce the dust in my tiny office room, …Genuinely interested in one to reduce the dust in my tiny office room, however this is rather big and not sure I got a space for it. Those who got one is it genuinely good at removing dust and particles? Considering it’s the place I spend most of my days at it might be a worthy investment. Genuinely tired of wiping lots and lots of dust every 2 days


It won't reduce dust but it circulates air better through the room so you find areas around the air purifier become alot more dusty than others because the air is pulled towards the air purifier and then clean air out. You can't eliminate dust without a ceiling mounted filtration system sucking air out the room upwards, but this does a great job at effectively circulating air and pumping out clean air so slight reduction in what is in the air but it sort of stops it landing across the room and pulls more towards it. That's why the electrostatic sheets help keep the xioami filters cleaner for longer as they catch dust and the Xiaomi filter cleans out pollen etc.

I vape and it keeps the room free of vapour which is brilliant
traienuts23/06/2020 22:04

Thank you very much for this, so would you say it actually makes a …Thank you very much for this, so would you say it actually makes a difference, is it that noticeable when having one?


Really depends on certain factors how much of a difference you would notice, it detects the air quality automatically and adjusts the fan speed so if you have pets or smoke etc it will probably work harder to clear the air than if you don't. But if your air quality is already ok then it might only be a subtle difference. I have a dust allergy and haven't sneezed much since we got ours, and no longer wake up with itchy sore eyes when the pollen count is high. Also cooking smells clear up a lot quicker thanks to the carbon filter. There are some reviews on Amazon for the Winix Zero which may help you.
dharle23/06/2020 21:04

Where do you get the electrostatic filter sheets from?


Some Amazon sellers had it but I don't see any UK sellers just now Ali express has plenty though. This is it here Electrostatic cotton filter
Will this work on the EU server?
Looks like it's out of stock now.
2ponbackofhead23/06/2020 23:37

https://smartairfilters.com/en/blog/xiaomi-particle-counter-inaccurate-not-control-purifier/?rel=1


This was fixed in the mi 2s onwards, they switched to a new particle sensor
Has anyone had any experience of the Sqair air purifier? I've heard good things about it, but obviously it's not a well known brand.
Kenneth13124/06/2020 11:01

This was fixed in the mi 2s onwards, they switched to a new particle sensor


Okay thabks for that. Was looking at the website that this review came from and they sell a kickstarter started squair for under a hundred pounds but they dont ship from china and no uk stockists. However i may have a go at putting together the open source diy fans they have listed in there. Interesting website.
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