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Hoover 300 Connected Air Purifier £149.99 @ Amazon Treasure truck
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Posted 17 h, 28 m agoPosted 17 h, 28 m ago
Seems a decent price H-PURIFIER 300 is the connected Hoover air purifier designed to ensure a superior and intelligent air purification experience: a unique solution against pollu… Read more
starboyhull

Yeah I thought that, which was another reason I posted it because I thought it was a good price and be missed easily

remyxx87

Thanks op btw. Strange that treasure price doesn't show up on normal product page.

remyxx87

Ordered too the size is a bit of a concern for my small home but let's see.

starboyhull

Ive ordered it, I have a blueair purifier and im not impressed..... I quite like the hoover app, I have a washing machine thats connected and it works well....... I thought it was a bargain and worth a try

Dr-Rjinswand

Hot for the price - I was really close to pulling the trigger on this one, but I’ve had previous bad experience with Hoover. Are these any good? No hayfever in my home sounds like the dream.

FÖRNUFTIG Air purifier, white31x45 cm £50 @ IKEA online / instore
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Posted 18th JulPosted 18th Jul
Optional charcoal filter a must at only £9. Cheapest proper air filter you will find anywhere. Suitable for small rooms.
DiscoBotty

been looking at the xiaomi mi air purifier 3h. any opnions on that?

SniperViper

Strap a load of cheap PC fans together using tie wraps. Pop a big self cut sheet of filter out, add a few LED's to keep the kids interested and let that baby run. I built one that feels like a 747 is about to take off, filters the room in about 10 seconds (lol)

MaverickUK2016

Depends how much you use it. You only use it when you need it and that's obviously when the airs bad for a specific reason. Generally this would mean around every 4mths but once a month check them and clean them with a gentle brush. if they look good dont change them till they go bad. You will notice a much reduced airflow if the filters are full and if they cannot be cleaned then thats the time to change. Never just change them as a matter of course. Mind you with this ikea unit the filters are so cheap anyway. Ish :)

Ilovedesign

How often do you have to replace filter.

Besford

Careful - I think the fumes are sending you to sleep! ;)

Pro Breeze Ultra-Powerful Air Purifier CADR 518m³/h (140 m²/1500 ft²) £99.97 Sold by One Retail Group and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Posted 23rd JunPosted 23rd Jun
To get the price of £99.97 you must apply the Voucher on the product page. The discount is then applied at the checkout. About this item Extra Large 140 m² (1500 ft²) Coverage: … Read more
shrieeee

I use this sort of thing throughout the house (allergies and respiratory problems), which are best for replacement filter prices? I find they need changing every 4 months or so and the cost is mental, to the point I'm thinking of going whole house air con and have the air filtered that way.

Feverdawg

Amazon link for the filters https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pro-Breeze-Replacement-Purifier-PB-P07-UK/dp/B08SQPMWDF/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=Replacement+Filter+for+PB-P07+Air+Purifier&qid=1624461572&sr=8-3

Feverdawg

The product on their own webstore https://probreeze.com/products/air-purifiers/ltra-powerful-air-purifier-with-uv-cleansing-light-ionizer-and-3-layer-filtration-system/ 4months / 1000 hours - oddly different to the replacement filter - 50w consumption pretty high tho it is a fair bit more powerful compared to say the Levoit/Philips/Blueair ones been looking at last few days Can barely find any info on this one though

Feverdawg

on glance looks to be high spec tho those filters seem very expensive

hoodr40

https://probreeze.com/products/air-purifiers/replacement-filter-for-pb-p07-air-purifier/ here’s the link

Philips AC0820/30 Series 800 Compact Air Purifier with Real Time Air Quality Feedback, Anti-Allergen, HEPA £99.99 Amazon Prime Exclusive
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Posted 22nd JunPosted 22nd Jun
Seems a pretty good deal. Looks like it is the cheapest it has even been from looking at camelcamelcamel. May be an alternative to the Blueair Pure 411 and the LEVOIT CORE 300 th… Read more
Hexadecima1

Tbh I'm buying for my old mum. She's got a levoit one but never turns it on so any kind of auto function will do. Unfortunately the levoit has touch controls so can't use a timed smart plug.

jbgold70

The Philips one auto Sensing seems to be ok most of the time it’s on normal but the kicks up if there is more air movement and pollen is being moved around. Doesn’t change from silent night mode over night so no disturbances when sleeping.

Feverdawg

No, just low/med/high, however it does have carbon filter on it.....though from what I've read not sure how good the sensing function is - at night it would want auto to be off else you'll wake up to it firing at high speed at random times (from my understanding)

Hexadecima1

Does the blue have the auto function to turn on when air quality is bad? That's the main reason I'm interested in Philips.

Feverdawg

It's all very confusing, I think room size is meant to be ignored and CADR ratings looked at However from everything I can see the Blue 411 still seems to be beat this, which is £79 currently on Amazon, and also has Carbon filtration which this doesn't and runs a lot quieter db, aswell as max of 10w power consumption and 17db sleep mode https://www.blueair.com/gb/air-purifiers/pure-411/2512.html Clean air delivery rate (CADR) - Pollen 220 m³ per hour (139 cfm)Clean air delivery rate (CADR) - Dust 200 m³ per hour (120 cfm)Clean air delivery rate (CADR) - Smoke 180 m³ per hour (105 cfm) The Philips in comparison appears to be 190/190/190 and a fair bit noisier in its sleep mode at 35db and 20w max power used The filters are indeed a little more than the Philips but running costs lower possibly factor in the difference and gain the carbon filter (but it does look a bit odd) https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B087FZDCFZ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 £18.28 current amazon price for the Philips filters vs 14 or 24 (non legit and legit I think) for the Blueairs - no idea how long people would run theirs, but say 8hrs of use per day would be approx £2-£2.50 per 6 months extra elec on the Philips The rating for the Philips at max is pretty damn high at 65db vs 46db full power on the Blue So its a bit of pick ya favourite venom - noisier and more power hungry but less often change filters saving and have an auto mode, vs quieter and less power hungry and gain carbon filter

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Blueair Blue Pure 411 Air Purifier £78.99 Amazon Prime Exclusive @ Amazon
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Posted 21st JunPosted 21st Jun
Prime Day deal, cheapest I have found for the Blueair Blue Pure 411 Air Purifier at 39% off.
Feverdawg

Well I'd bought both this and the Levoit in the end. The levoit is by far the better unit. The Blue has a much higher pitch noise, guessing a smaller fan. The noise on lowest setting is technically quieter on the Blue for night time, however while can barely hear the fan it immediately has a intermittent ticking noise, probably from a dodgy fan bearing - so this is going back

Taka_nai

Looking for the same. Filter is £24 on Amazon atm and the covers are £8. Wondering if either ever lower in price?

Taka_nai

Got this delivered and my 5 year old asked, excitedly, what this giant battery was for (lol)

Molo

Seems strange they prefer the Levoit given they admit the results are virtually the same, with the Blueair performing better in the smaller room, while using 1/4 of the power. The noise difference at the full speed won't be an issue, as you'd rarely run it at full speed and expect it to be quiet anyway. Low overnight is just not noticeable and Medium throughout the day is a fair bit quieter than full, and that does the job for me.

istiaqali

Just want to warn you guys - don’t place this next to a monitor. Mine was ~50cm away and the pixels on the edge of my monitor (especially the corners) had started to either go green or darker. I stopped using it and returned it. luckily the pixels had mostly recovered, although they have permanently become a bit darker. I suspect this is because of the HEPAsilent filter it uses and the way it charges the air to suck in dust.

Vax ACAMV101 Pure Air 300 Air Purifier, White - Used Like New - £81.23 (Amazon Prime Exclusive) @ Amazon Warehouse
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Posted 21st JunPosted 21st Jun
Price includes 30% Warehouse discount currently available for Prime Day. Deal price reflected upon checkout. Make sure you select the condition you're looking for (In this case 'l… Read more
BargainBaptist

Still available. Just got one

daddybr00

Honestly these are rubbish so save your money, I own one. The worse purifier in my house compared to Dyson, Philips and Bluair. It was my first venture into purifiers but lessons have been learned

Ruffuz

not really, just buy new filter for peace of mind. Another deal for blueair 411 is very good for new.

Billythebubble

Following the comments I think in current situation new is probably best..

Ruffuz

Maybr you can change filter with product of this type.