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Xiaomi Air Purifier 3 3H(latest model) £116.80 delivered from EU @ AliExpress Deals / Xiaomi MC Store
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Xiaomi Air Purifier 3 3H(latest model) £116.80 delivered from EU @ AliExpress Deals / Xiaomi MC Store

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Refreshed 31st Mar (Posted 27th Mar)Shipping from Poland

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New code - 15bday - makes it £116.80 delivered from EU!
This one can handle a bigger room, quieter and more effective!
Comes from the EU so, no customs, no VAT and delivered between 2-5 days with DPD!
It comes with EU plug and the power cord can be easily replaced with a UK cable.
Select the seller coupon to get to the final price and use the code AMAS0715bday !

You can use one of the following codes: ANS7, EPN07 or AMAS07 which applies
$7 discount on all purchases over $50.

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3428958.jpg Brand Name: Xiaomi
Air Volume: Above 400m³/h
Voltage (V): 100 - 240V
Power (W): 38W
Style: Air Purifier
Noise: ≤50dB
Application area: 11-20㎡
Installation: USB
Application: 10-20m³
Formaldehyde Removal Rate: 99%
Type: HEPA Filter
Power Source: Electrical
Function: Formaldehyde Removing
Benzene Removal Rate: 99.00%
Wind Speed: High, Medium and Silent Wind Speed Regulation
Model Number: Xiaomi Air Purifier 3/3H
Dimension: Other
Usage Condition: Household
Package size: 290*290*580mm
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I live next to a main road in town (Glasgow), we get black residue around windows so I thought I could use one of these. I wasn't used to it, being from the country, so I thought the air must be really bad here.

The built in air quality sensor detects PM2.5 particles, the auto mode is based on such detection. My place is always very low, like <5 (micrograms per cubed metre?) so auto mode just sits on the lowest/idle setting. It ramps up when we do a fry up and I think it does a half decent job of cleaning the air after a cooking disaster. Other than that, I honestly regret buying it. It's bulky and unnecessary.

I'd recommend specifically checking PM2.5 pollution levels in your area prior to purchase or knowing specifically which pollutants you might expect it to filter. I'm in a flat with a condenser dryer and it doesn't detect the dust from the dryer either (dust is larger than 2.5 microns) so while it will filter the dust, it won't detect it to automatically deal with it.
Hoping this can tackle the byproduct of my current isolation diet, consisting of beans, bread, chilli etc

Thanks @sisqoboy
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Is this any good?
Is this EU or China server?
I need China.
The 3S model is what I have already. What's the 3H?
Hoping this can tackle the byproduct of my current isolation diet, consisting of beans, bread, chilli etc

Thanks @sisqoboy
jobi59uk27/03/2020 12:12

Is this any good?


Good for dust and air pollution, some filters have a charcoal inner which takes it smells from the air.
Can be set to auto/night/custom.

Not sure it'll help with Corona viruses
Edited by: "alfreer1" 27th Mar
My worry is where the hell do you buy filters to replace?
alfreer127/03/2020 12:13

Is this EU or China server?I need China.The 3S model is what I have …Is this EU or China server?I need China.The 3S model is what I have already. What's the 3H?



Server question is very good. last time when @wakkaday bought it , he got the china version from Spain . Mine came from Poland and that uses the EU server...

3S model? don't you think that is the 2S what you have?
Edited by: "sisqoboy" 27th Mar
alfreer127/03/2020 12:15

Good for dust and air pollution, some filters have a charcoal inner which …Good for dust and air pollution, some filters have a charcoal inner which takes it smells from the air.Can be set to auto/night/custom.Not sure it'll help with Corona viruses



Exactly what I am thinking of...
I couldn’t get this to work with Alexa on mainland China setting but it doesn’t work on other regions I tried pairing numerous times but it never worked

As above, so everything is via app

Mine definitely was ordered from Europe and came with 2 pin plug
Edited by: "wakkaday" 27th Mar
toge27/03/2020 12:18

My worry is where the hell do you buy filters to replace?



The filter last long and I believe it's easy to replace.Mine is at 79% until this week it did run every night, all night long plus all day weekends since mid Jan. Now it is running 24/7 on Auto
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Edited by: "sisqoboy" 27th Mar
sisqoboy27/03/2020 12:32

The filter last long and I believe it's easy to replace.Mine is at 79% …The filter last long and I believe it's easy to replace.Mine is at 79% until this week it did run every night, all night long plus all day weekends since mid Jan. Now it is running 24/7 on Auto


Where to buy a replacement though?
Do you still think it will get delivered with the whole Corona Virus situation?
I live next to a main road in town (Glasgow), we get black residue around windows so I thought I could use one of these. I wasn't used to it, being from the country, so I thought the air must be really bad here.

The built in air quality sensor detects PM2.5 particles, the auto mode is based on such detection. My place is always very low, like <5 (micrograms per cubed metre?) so auto mode just sits on the lowest/idle setting. It ramps up when we do a fry up and I think it does a half decent job of cleaning the air after a cooking disaster. Other than that, I honestly regret buying it. It's bulky and unnecessary.

I'd recommend specifically checking PM2.5 pollution levels in your area prior to purchase or knowing specifically which pollutants you might expect it to filter. I'm in a flat with a condenser dryer and it doesn't detect the dust from the dryer either (dust is larger than 2.5 microns) so while it will filter the dust, it won't detect it to automatically deal with it.
yesBilly27/03/2020 13:17

I live next to a main road in town (Glasgow), we get black residue around …I live next to a main road in town (Glasgow), we get black residue around windows so I thought I could use one of these. I wasn't used to it, being from the country, so I thought the air must be really bad here.The built in air quality sensor detects PM2.5 particles, the auto mode is based on such detection. My place is always very low, like <5 (micrograms per cubed metre?) so auto mode just sits on the lowest/idle setting. It ramps up when we do a fry up and I think it does a half decent job of cleaning the air after a cooking disaster. Other than that, I honestly regret buying it. It's bulky and unnecessary.I'd recommend specifically checking PM2.5 pollution levels in your area prior to purchase or knowing specifically which pollutants you might expect it to filter. I'm in a flat with a condenser dryer and it doesn't detect the dust from the dryer either (dust is larger than 2.5 microns) so while it will filter the dust, it won't detect it to automatically deal with it.



We have noticed some big jumps in particles, when cooking (we have a ducted extractor) it jums up and when a candle is burning it goes crazy so the sensor on the mk3 model is very sesitive.
sisqoboy27/03/2020 12:23

Server question is very good. last time when @wakkaday bought it , he got …Server question is very good. last time when @wakkaday bought it , he got the china version from Spain . Mine came from Poland and that uses the EU server...3S model? don't you think that is the 2S what you have?


How do you know what server is in use, I just set it up with the Xiaomi Home app but have no idea what server that app connect too?
kudos1uk27/03/2020 13:51

How do you know what server is in use, I just set it up with the Xiaomi …How do you know what server is in use, I just set it up with the Xiaomi Home app but have no idea what server that app connect too?



In Xiaomi home app you can change the server. If you cannot connect the device to your app then most likly the product is registered onto another server.
sisqoboy27/03/2020 14:03

In Xiaomi home app you can change the server. If you cannot connect the …In Xiaomi home app you can change the server. If you cannot connect the device to your app then most likly the product is registered onto another server.


That's what I can't find, I check the app and settings and can't find any mention of server, it works so don't suppose it matters.
toge27/03/2020 12:32

Where to buy a replacement though?


There are plenty on all the chinese sites, I think they are all knock off's though, I have been unable to find genuine replacements, the knock offs don't have a RF chip to tell you the percentage life left.

I tried to link to one on Banggood but apparently they are banned and I cant post links to them.
Edited by: "kudos1uk" 27th Mar
toge27/03/2020 12:18

My worry is where the hell do you buy filters to replace?


Picked up two genuine filters when I was in India during November/December 2019 via the official online store. Had a look at buying some over here but a lot of them are fake/3rd party ones.
Thinking of getting this for a bedroom. How good is it for hay fever sufferers and getting rid of dust?
toge27/03/2020 12:32

Where to buy a replacement though?



You can buy the genuine filters from Amazon directly.

amazon.co.uk/Xia…S8/

Currently out of stock and higher price than normal just like a lot of things. A few weeks back they were selling for about £35
Edited by: "James2505" 28th Mar
Got this when we were having building work done, took a lot of dust out of the air.
This is just waste of money in my opinion..Parents had few of them and no difference they made. Only adds some noise to your environment. You never sit in sterile room, or do you? Open window, have some fresh air and this is free Or if you really keen on clean air, just use good ioniser.
kudos1uk27/03/2020 14:11

There are plenty on all the chinese sites, I think they are all knock …There are plenty on all the chinese sites, I think they are all knock off's though, I have been unable to find genuine replacements, the knock offs don't have a RF chip to tell you the percentage life left.I tried to link to one on Banggood but apparently they are banned and I cant post links to them.


Loving the idea of a non-knock-off filter for a knock-off product. Or is that an “genuine” knock-off part? Wander round a Xiaomi store in Shanghai and it’s a great game of who they’ve stolen the design from.
LifeForSale27/03/2020 12:50

Do you still think it will get delivered with the whole Corona Virus …Do you still think it will get delivered with the whole Corona Virus situation?


Parcel are coming from China normally. Just received a knife set and few other things.
Says it’s unable to ship to my region when using Poland or Spain as a source, anybody else encountering this problem?
Edited by: "Oblix82" 28th Mar
what's the price of the filters?
Discount codes no longer valid. ☹
If anyone can send some links for the filters would appreciate it?
I was gonna get but didn't due to the filters
jobi59uk28/03/2020 09:14

If anyone can send some links for the filters would appreciate it?


See my previous post
yesBilly27/03/2020 13:17

I live next to a main road in town (Glasgow), we get black residue around …I live next to a main road in town (Glasgow), we get black residue around windows so I thought I could use one of these. I wasn't used to it, being from the country, so I thought the air must be really bad here.The built in air quality sensor detects PM2.5 particles, the auto mode is based on such detection. My place is always very low, like <5 (micrograms per cubed metre?) so auto mode just sits on the lowest/idle setting. It ramps up when we do a fry up and I think it does a half decent job of cleaning the air after a cooking disaster. Other than that, I honestly regret buying it. It's bulky and unnecessary.I'd recommend specifically checking PM2.5 pollution levels in your area prior to purchase or knowing specifically which pollutants you might expect it to filter. I'm in a flat with a condenser dryer and it doesn't detect the dust from the dryer either (dust is larger than 2.5 microns) so while it will filter the dust, it won't detect it to automatically deal with it.



Are you sure black spots around your window aren't black mold? You tend to get it on windows due to the condensation, especially if you don't often open your windows.
ChrisRX31/03/2020 11:13

Are you sure black spots around your window aren't black mold? You tend …Are you sure black spots around your window aren't black mold? You tend to get it on windows due to the condensation, especially if you don't often open your windows.


No, it's a residue that builds up in external surfaces. I live next to a main road, pretty sure it's exhaust pollution from vehicles.
Casper_128/03/2020 08:50

Discount codes no longer valid. ☹


Yes it is, I just used it
Edited by: "majorwedgy84" 31st Mar
Rimi27/03/2020 16:50

This is just waste of money in my opinion..Parents had few of them and no …This is just waste of money in my opinion..Parents had few of them and no difference they made. Only adds some noise to your environment. You never sit in sterile room, or do you? Open window, have some fresh air and this is free Or if you really keen on clean air, just use good ioniser.



It clears the dust out of the room. Opening the window helps but its not as effective as using one of these devices.

This could greatly improve someones life if they suffer from allergies / asthma.
Rimi27/03/2020 16:50

This is just waste of money in my opinion..Parents had few of them and no …This is just waste of money in my opinion..Parents had few of them and no difference they made. Only adds some noise to your environment. You never sit in sterile room, or do you? Open window, have some fresh air and this is free Or if you really keen on clean air, just use good ioniser.


I've had difficulty finding a genuine ioniser. There are a lot of questionable health products clouding the search results.

*correction* I have trouble finding one that doesn't try to collect the dust internally, forcing you to clean it. I'd rather the dust collected on floors and walls nearby since they're significantly easier to clean.
Edited by: "CampGareth" 31st Mar
CampGareth31/03/2020 13:45

I've had difficulty finding a genuine ioniser. There are a lot of …I've had difficulty finding a genuine ioniser. There are a lot of questionable health products clouding the search results.


PureMate PM 200 is quite good for rooms up to 20 square meters and is widely available in the UK for good price.
Damn bought for £130 now its £116
CampGareth31/03/2020 13:45

... I have trouble finding one that doesn't try to collect the dust …... I have trouble finding one that doesn't try to collect the dust internally, forcing you to clean it. I'd rather the dust collected on floors and walls nearby since they're significantly easier to clean.



This is exactly what PureMate does; it not only collects dust on plates. And all good ioniserd just do that. I am using this for 10 years now( was called MountainFresh then) and my allergy related asthma has gone since the start of using it. Have one of these in each room:PM200 in living room and PM100 in each bedroom.
It’s saying “This product can't be shipped to the selected region”. Anyone got a solution to this issue
Bokstas31/03/2020 14:53

This is exactly what PureMate does; it not only collects dust on plates. …This is exactly what PureMate does; it not only collects dust on plates. And all good ioniserd just do that. I am using this for 10 years now( was called MountainFresh then) and my allergy related asthma has gone since the start of using it. Have one of these in each room:PM200 in living room and PM100 in each bedroom.


Then I shall buy one. Their marketing confused me and made me discard it out of hand, like why do they talk about cleaning the collector plate when there shouldn't be one of those in an ioniser, or about adding essence beads?
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