May need this for work...
If it's as good as the Duronic air fryer we have been using regularly for several years then HOT.
May need this for work...
If it's as good as the Duronic air fryer we have been using regularly for several years then HOT.
That’s a shame about the noise as it’s a good deal. I have used heaven fresh air ionisers and they do work
Got one last year - went straight back - loud and making noise when on STANDBY!!
I’ve got one of these on at the mo, had it for a while and not had any issues with unexpected noise or rattling, it certainly sucks some dust out of the air! (y)
>> To be fair these actually work really well (i have 2) but they are stupidly loud, EVEN IN STANDBY. I switch it off at the mains Thanks for the comment. I was going to give it a go but if it's noisy I'll check something else I think for now...
Thanks.. Kept looking at this, so for £30 will give it a go.
I have this: Breathe Fresh Air Purifier 3-in-1 Air Cleaning system True Hepa UV-C Odor Reducer Carbon 56 CM https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B016N1HCP0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_Eaz-Bb0QB4C43 and it's made my life considerably better. No more cat or dust allergy at home.
That's the main doubt I've got about these devices, that one spends £400+ on the machine and then they don't feel any difference. I guess better to try with something which is around 8 times less in case it is just cash going down the drain...
I agree I got the Phillips AC3259 and it is really good. Expensive but good.
If you've got the chance. Could you please let me know the Philips model?
I had t return mine as didnt feek absolutely any difference. Ive ordered a philips one and wow its worth every penny.
Just arrived. Sending back an ultrasonic diffuser bought from amaxon. This is much better, low noise and well built
Forgot to mention 4% TCb too
Thanks, I've fixed now. It's always a good idea to add all the details, like price and merchant to the thread before submitting. Cheers
Still cheaper if you look at the cheap diffusers in amazon which are around £25
Typo errrerre. It should be JTF
sorry what's an MTG store?
Just joking :D
YES YOU (mad)
the VIOMI fridges have a socket for this so they twist and lock in place. For the rest of us here just place it at the back/centre of fridge leaning against the back (mine sits great on the ridge where water collects) making sure the air can get to the back holes so that air can get through and be sortof sterilised
Have had this for about 6 months, it works 2 ways - stops smells - it actually works pretty well left blue cheeses and no much smells after a few days, and the device doesnt smell of anything -stops things rotting quite as fast - again it works quite well, tested with strawberries, vegetables, they dont go brown after a week, eventually they do and depends on how they are etc I'm sold, but whether this turns out to be bad for you, who knows...
Buy a lemon, cut it in half, put half in the fridge, works wonders in absorbing and eliminating smells. When it gets crinkly replace with the other half that you stored in an airtight container. NP :)
Xiaomi & Viomi. Are they twins?
£7.28 on GearBest if you want someone reliable.
Good spot If it wasn't out of stock I'd have bought it tonight. Meh can't win them all
£206.40 with voucher code here, for example. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-ac325660-anti-allergen-air-purifier-240-philips-3071353
Voted hot good price
What's the best price historically? I thought rrp was over £300
Not quite sure. Historically, you could buy them cheaper and also for similar money you could get Blueair 203 Slim with 5 year warranty.
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Veryyyy true!. Interesting, thanx.
Depends, the Xiaomi ones can be linked to a smart phone/tablet and you can control it from an app and also see the quality of the air,how much air it's filtered etc. If you'd value that kind of functionality then the Xiaomi one might be the one to go for.
Which is better?. The OP's one?. Or one of the above?, thanx.
Would this (or a similar unit) get rid of strong perfume smell in a room? We have a regular visitor who wears a lot perfume
Is this online or in store? I can't seem to find it on thiir website..
The carbon part filter is too skinny to filter out any significant vocs
4 stages of filteration = very expensive on-going costs
There much difference to these expensive ones that the ones that average around £30-40 on Amazon? Loads of cheap ones with really good reviews..
I will have mine on smart plug :)
I'm sure it's not bad but for that kind of money I'd want some kind of Wi-Fi control.
This has a Trueman Cell that does need replacing, you just wash the metal plates in soapy water from what I've read. Been some issues with the system operating after being cleaned. We shall see
Thought it was for "Red Dwarf" - The truman cell and the helios shield.
I've never had one of these, but my wife now has some allergies and we're going to give it a go. Any clue about how often one needs to change filters, and where can those filters be bought afterwards? I'd like to compare a few different models in case filter prices are too different between brands...
I thought this was the Oled version. That's what it says in title
yeah but looks like it only adds oled display, think it adds humidity sensor, not sure if it's sensors are more accurate.
Newer model coming 27th september apparently.
I have asthma and live near a main road. Recently I'm more sensitive to dust and pollution. Do you think this would help ?
I'll avoid this then, can someone recommend a decent one without faults that is compact please?
I was hoping they had a new batch that worked compared to a recent hotukdeal with many returns. Anyone recommends an alternative? Low ion Ioniser, uv light and carbon filter (& cheap consumables) etc?
I got one for 40 this product price was raised before this so called discount, and i got lucky with it since it has high failure rate.
Yeah to be honest even the one I got for £29.99 on Prime day will probably be going back. It's a shame because it actully does a reasonably good job at filtering the air but the noise it makes is ridiculous & clearly something faulty. Could just be a bad batch but seems pretty widespread unfortunately
Cheers, I was going to buy one but I'll dodge it now.
I think this one has permanent filter this one as well cheaper https://www.amazon.co.uk/HoMedics-Purifier-Eliminates-Allergens-Foundation/dp/B006ZKXIXK/ref=pd_lpo_vtph_79_lp_t_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=00G978VTBXPYS6PA7SGV
Totally snake oil. Waste your money folks and 'believe' it works. If It really made a difference there would be evidence from RCTs
Very tempted by this one. Allergies have been severe this summer.
Always thought these things were snake oil like the Xiaomi air purifier. I get bad hay fever, do these genuinely work?
Hi ladies and ladies, I bought this and I can confirm that it has 3 setting, quiet, intermediate and loud. The first one is very quiet and good at night. You can also turn off the led light at night. It also has 2,4,8,12 hour timer settings or you can run it on constant. It has 2 filters, I use my vacuum to clean the outer filter every 3 weeks due to the build up of trapped dust and that does the job. Very good air filtration and as a hay fever sufferer it has helped a lot.
Will it mean I don’t have to dust as much.?
I've been using the Homedic Air Purifier for around 2 years now to combat my hayfever (pollen) and asthma (dust). I can honestly say that it works in cooling the air, making it feel lighter and much more breathable. Its normally located in my bedroom but due to the high pollen counts the last few days, it's been in the living room and made a huge difference. I'd recommend getting one.
Well I guess if they don't work you'll never have to clean the filter I don't think it will be the case though anyone use one maybe shed some light ?
The question is do they work. Ask your GP and get back to me. Both my GP saying all air purifier are waste of money, they do not work.
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Hepa filters take out airborne particles including dust and pollen.
That's the thing putting me off is replacing the filters.
Helps to provide relief to people suffering from airborne allergies; Relieves symptoms related to dry seasons & air conditioning; Helps to purify the air you breath; Eliminates odours, bacteria & air Ioniser creates negative ions that help reduce dust and other pollutants; It may not collect it but based on reviews and price c especially for oils. It seems to work for allergies, if it works, why spend more? I'm sure replacing the filters on something like this would cost 2-3x more than oils
Would these extract the dust couldn't see any info unless I'm missing it
Thanks, just ordered one, dust is driving me mad in my outbuilding.
What point are you making and read rest of what, where is the misunderstanding. What are you on about, and no your wrong ramadan is for everyone but Muslims have to fast there is no able to and there is no choice. All Muslims worldwide fast at the same time each year. Muslim children are not required to fast for Ramadan until they reach the age of maturity (puberty). At that time they are responsible for their decisions and are considered adults in terms of meeting religious obligations. Schools and other programs that include children may find that some children choose to fast, while others do not. It is advised to follow the child's lead and not force an action one way or the other.
[Sounds polarising again. That happens when you hypersneeze. Will rephrase it better] Have a read on the original pun which everyone misunderstood but there was a translation kindly supplied later.
I'm sorry but drinking in Ramadan is prohibited
Same here. I used it for the first time last night. It was too noisy, and rattling, in overnight mode. I pressed the off button. I woke up a couple of hours later to hear the buzzing sound and there was an odd oily smell. Unplugged and on its way back soon. Oh well
So it's good for down the beach then?
In America they call these ‘swamp coolers’, because they start to smell like a swamp unless you use them in the desert.
Not to be confused with this being an air conditioner.
Can imagine the cellulose pad soon becoming a mouldy mess thus negating the so called air ionisation and potential health benefits
"humidifier brings much needed humidity" UK Summers can get very humid, which will reduce the effectiveness of this box. If the air is already humid it's difficult for the device to evaporate enough water to cool the air down. Works better in places where its a dry heat
Does anyone have any recommendations to purchase more filters? thanks!
does anyone know how to use the scenes. ive had mine in auto since i got it and noticed it never did anything, it seems the auto function is crap and you need to manually turn it on. to turn it on you need to click favourites and to change the power you need to hold down favourits for 3 seconds.
omg did it take you this long to get yours? i woudl be goign bad
Finally arrived today- no customs charge. Anyone got a link to user manual in English?
Is it something to do with the ioniser? I think that makes dust fall to the ground so you that can dust it/hoover it up instead of breathing it in. Could be wrong though.
These are great. People here don't vote on DEALS they vote on bias and snobbery. It ruins a lot of good deals.
or maybe just the cost but they should be open about that.
Inverted snobbery and jealousy springs to mind.
Dyson and Apple haters always quick with negative comments.
I think they're brilliant. 400 quid is a decent price for the air purifier. AM09 is so quiet and effective as a heater I bought three for different houses. Haters gone hate.
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