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Elechomes Smart WiFi Air Purifier with True HEPA Filter, Work with Alexa, Android, iOS £89.99 Dispatches from	Amazon Sold by TSMARTTSMART
Posted 6th AugPosted 6th Aug
Save 50£ with coupon on amazon. Discounted price: £89.99 Review video:

Definitely a fake review, he appears to have a girlfriend at 4 mins 10 secs.


If you can afford the bit extra go for the Levoit LV-PUR131S or the Levoit LV-PUR131 they work really really well and was noticeable having them around the house, I leave them set to auto then it kicks in when it senses the air quality has dropped. The filters are easy to get hold of on amazon with prime if you have it and they last around 6 months depending on what sort of room you have them in. They are dual filtered as well one with a carbon layer for getting rid of smells out the air, I use one of mine in a smoke room and they manage to keep up removing smoke and smell out of the air. The Smart One The Standard One I haven't had an issue with it once and have noticed drastic improvements over other vendors. Hope this helps (y)


I only managed to see his gaping-mouth pic + knew his vid would be full of fake praise... Couldn't even stand to click to watch his vid (lol)


I only managed 25 seconds then switched it off (lol)


Good luck looking for replacement filters

Delonghi AC 75 Air Purifier @ Amazon France for £92.71 delivered
Posted 2nd AugPosted 2nd Aug
Delonghi AC 75 Air Purifier @ Amazon FRANCE £ 92.71 Delivered to UK. Currently sold for £180.52 @ Amazon UK. Not sure if anyone does it cheaper but remember it should likely co… Read more

this doesn't appear to adjust fan speed itself by checking pollutants and adjusting accordingly?


Eh why doesn't this deal have more attention? £92.71 for a Delonghi air purifier is an insane deal. If I didn't have a Xiaomi id be all over this.


I was considering this, what sort of fan did you find to make it that cheap?


More interesting version of AC75😁 Bit expensive though.. so... Almost a hoverboard...


I have one of these, bought when I used to live in France. It is at least 12 years old and runs perfectly still. This is a great price.

Leitz TruSens Z-1000 HEPA Air Purifier £55.50 @ Amazon
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Posted 1st AugPosted 1st Aug
I was looking for a small air purifier for our bedroom and I came across this 50% voucher on the machine. It has a Hepa filter unlike some of the other small machines I’ve looked a… Read more
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Thanks @NicoleJessop nice deal


I was looking at this model so checked the website and it’s a dupoint helps filter. It captures up to 99.97 percent of particles as small as 0.3 microns, which include a range of allergens and odors.


Seems good at first but reviews are not great overall and this model doesn't have a true hepa filter just a 'hepa type'.


Just bought. Excellent price. Just click on the voucher under the price.


How do you get it as this price?

Philips Series 1000ai Connected Air Purifier - £250 @ Amazon
Posted 24th JulPosted 24th Jul
£250 one off or £50/month for 5 months interest free. Philips Series 1000ai Connected Air Purifier, Removes 99.97% of Ultrafine Particles, Real Time Air Quality Feedback, Anti-Al… Read more
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Ive just returned a Levoit Pur131, wasn't impressed with the auto sensor, practically burned a pice of paper in front of it and the sensor never detected it! I wonder if this is any better?

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JETERY CADR 170 m3/h Air Purifier Home with True HEPA Filter - £23.19 using voucher Sold by Twakie EU and Fulfilled by Amazon
Posted 16th JulPosted 16th Jul
To get this price you must apply the 20% voucher on the product page. Replacement filters are cheap too at £3.99. I have owned this purifier for the past 3 months and it seems to … Read more
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Yeah - I'll leave the deal up as it's a good deal if you only need it relatively short term for a renovation but it's a crappy move from the manufacturer. More stuff for the landfill, just what we all need.


explains price drop. So this makes it single use product...


Head's up from the seller re filters: We are sorry that the filter for this product is currently out of stock. This product is a clearance product, so the filter will no longer be in stock.


You can turn the UV off.


I got one of these a couple of months ago, found it utterly useless, noisy and didnt move much air. Went to clean the filter and found i hadn't taken the filter out the bag it comes in. Once working properly I was alot happier with it!

Xiaomi Air Purifier 3 EU Dispatch £129.41 @ AliExpress Perfection Technology
Posted 12th JulPosted 12th Jul
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BRANDPOWER10 gives you £8.14 off so this would be £129.41 from EU. Great find @Goo5e
Recently missed out on the recent deal for £130 for this before it went out of stock. Now back in stock at a slightly higher price but still a good £40 cheaper than elsewhere at th… Read more

I live in Didcot where I think the air quality would be better than London. mine stays at 001 for most most of the time but very occasionally it rises to 2 or 3. the reading is PM2.5 I guess that's a major problem in China (where it's made) but of much less concern in the UK. So I would say it's fine to ignore it


it's powerful enough for a big room (30m2 I'd say). Has mobile app control, can be extremely quiet on sleep mode. I'd say it's worth the price. it can deliver strong air flow but only upwards, so if you can manage to place it horizontally on a chair it can be used as a fan lol (I have actually tried)


My experience has been the same, although my nasal/sinus issues are a bit more severe and was not expecting this to fix it but aid it a little which seems to have done The auto mode is pretty useless ive found, I dont really trust the readout and it mainly sits at 001, maybe they calibrated it for the asian market where air pollution is alot worse. It will pick up my Vape vapour and go nuts for 10 seconds on auto mode then go back to nothing. I got the app working and you can fine tune the power modes more than just the 3 levels, So I found a setting just between 1 and 2 that puts out a bit more air and is still quiet enough to ignore and I just leave it on that. With the app you can also do the automation stuff, So i was going to see if I can program it to stay at my normal level then on the hour, ramp up for a couple minutes then go back to my normal setting.


My thoughts after running this for a few weeks... I don’t suffer with hayfever or asthma, but the missus does, as well as numerous allergies, some very badly. When we first got ours we’d just moved to a new house and the only place we could put it was about 2 - 3 feet from her pillow. She noticed an immediate improvement night one. No midnight sneezing and much clearer sinuses in the morning. Good stuff. My sinuses were clearer than normal too. After about a week of unpacking we moved it to it’s long term home opposite the foot of the bed. Her hayfever was immediately back to pre-purifier levels sadly. My thoughts are this (and are only thoughts). We run it in auto mode, so it runs at whatever speed it thinks it needs based on what it is detecting. Unless you spray deodorant or something similar nearby, it always runs at the lowest speed as it rarely detects more than 001. So I’m thinking it simply isn’t pushing enough air around to get the clean air back to her to breathe in, and it isn’t pulling in enough air to clean the whole room. I’d like to test this by manually setting it to full blast for a night, but she can’t sleep with that amount of noise. Perhaps I’ll get her drunk enough one night to sleep through it as I think it will be a valuable test. As mentioned by someone who seemed to know what they are talking about earlier in the thread, I don’t think the issue is necessarily the power of this unit, as it can move a lot of air at full pelt. The problem may be that the sensor just isn’t getting it to the right throughput to deal with the whole room (average sized double bedroom). Had it worked we would have bought another for our daughter’s room who also suffers with hayfever etc. At the moment we remain unconvinced though.


From my reading around, The main difference between the cheap ones and this and the Winix models etc is the size/power. The small air purifiers are tiny and when you think what an air purifier is, which is really just a filter and a fan, The fan draws air as an intake through the filter and exhausts the "clean" air back into the room. When you think how much air is in a room and the distance it covers, You are going to need something powerful enough to process a lot of air otherwise it will never keep up, especially if you have windows/doors open etc. this has a CADR of 400 cubit feet per minute (max setting) and those small cheap ones will be lucky to be touching a 150 cfm per minute at max setting. What the filter really is obviously makes a difference and if they are what they claim to be but between a true hepa filter and carbon filter, they should all really do the same thing and the difference is size/power/features.

Levoit LV-PUR131 Air Purifier for £111.99 Sold by adiman and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Posted 12th JulPosted 12th Jul
Levoit Air Purifiers for Home 48m² with True HEPA Filter, 1-12H Timer, Auto Mode, Air Quality Monitor, Display Off, Quiet Air Filter for Allergies, Dust, Smoke, Pets, Pollen, Cooki… Read more

A day too late I'm afraid.


Unfortunately price showing up as £139.99 for me.


Does it come with filter? And how long it last?


OMG. Thank you.


Its great at detecting smells. I think it clears them pretty good as well. A little hard to determine as I wonder if smell has gone or I have become accustomed sometimes. Either way I notice nothing lingering.

Winix Zero air purifier (Costco Croydon) instore for £179.99
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Posted 11th JulPosted 11th JulLocalLocal
Picked this up a few days ago from Costco Croydon in store but might be nationwide, not entirely sure when it comes to Costco. Comes with 7 carbon filters and 2 HEPA filters (will … Read more

Same in price in Costco watford


I haven't bought one of this, but my landlord have for our flat. Guess what: it doesn't make any difference at all. But the manufacturer doesn't lie anyone, hence the name say it all: Zero air purifier...


Yeah supposedly the carbon filter is good for that kind of thing.


Would this help with removing cooking odours from a room?


No, hoovering and dusting will help with that(y)

PHILIPS Series 3000i 95m2 Air Purifier £369.99 / £314.49 for new customers @ Philips Shop
Posted 24th JunPosted 24th Jun
After getting a Blueair 411 and seeing how much better my asthma and hay fever has been I am all in on these things. I was going to get the Blueair 221 at around the same price bu… Read more

This is true if it's not designed properly. The companies that sell these things in Japan have been working on this tech for decades and it is perfectly safe now. It certainly is an issue though, so I'd stay away from any cheap ones. Any made by Daikin, Sharp, Panasonic, Fujitsu, Hitachi, in that order (daikin and sharp being the best), should be absolutely no problem. Almost every home has one in Japan, and if there were issues, we'd know about it. I have a daikin for over 10 years without issue and their ionisation tech is considered the best, but sharp machines are more popular due to better pricing. Hope this helps.


From what I hear the ionisation creates o zone which irritates the lungs, particularly young childrens'?


Ok I’m spending so much time reading all this stuff. TrueHepa/silentHEPA are just marketing terms. Check the filter performance - if it filters 99.97% of particles <0.3 microns then it is HEPA standard. All of the purifiers in the Wirecutter test have been tested to that standard or better.


As mentioned forget up the thread, sharp and daikin machines with the ionisation technology are the ones to go for. I just checked it out and they aren't quite as expensive as before, but still a bit more than this model


Instead of using a True HEPA filter, Blue Pure 411 runs a polypropylene fibers filter to help capture 99% of all allergens like dust, dust mites, pet dander, pollen and fungi (HEPASilent technology).

Xiaomi Air Purifier 3 £130.17 Delivered from EU @ AliExpress Deals / Xiaomi Lifestyle Store
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Posted 23rd JunPosted 23rd JunShipping from SpainShipping from Spain
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 :) CADR of 400 m / h parti… Read more

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.


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.


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


Looks like it's out of stock now.


Will this work on the EU server?

Vax Pure Air 300 Purifier - £199.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 18th JunPosted 18th Jun
Vax Pure Air 300 Purifier for £199.99 is the best price I can see for this at the moment. Free next day delivery with Prime. Vax's solution to indoor air pollution for asthma, h… Read more

The filter are £50. Depending on use can be anywhere between 3 and 12 months. This was a top rated air purifier in a consumers association report. It beat all on offer regarding filter efficiency. I paid almost 300 quid for the same model a few months ago. Not sure if VAX is still doing the offer of a 2 year guarantee and a free filter. They also had 3 months interest free payment offer that I made use of. My children's sleep much better having this running in the night. It's very quiet indeed. Both suffer with asthma and if the pollen count is high, they have a hard time. Not now with this running. We live in the countryside, so don't have any problems with diesel pollution, so I expect the filter to last a year. Some say you can wash this filter out. I'll be looking into that when the time comes... Join the trial Which report for a £1. It Last for a month, read the results for yourself. You might be surprised on the results from some of the well known manufacturers.


The WinixZero Air Purifier available from Amazon for £215 with a free filter sounds a much better unit and value. Filters 99.7% of airborne particles vs 99% for this and only needs changing yearly. Plus it has an auto sensor mode unlike the BlueAir 203.


How much are the filters for these (BlueAir) and how often needs to be changed?



I paid 300 quid direct from Vax for mine with a free £50 filter and interest free for 3 months. It then came down to £239 with free filter and interest free. Buying from Vax direct means you don't have to register it to get the two year warranty, as they already know about it. Subscribe to the Which report for a £1 for a month and you will see how this scored against some other brands. This is what I did and went for this model over some others...

HoMedics True HEPA Air Purifier Eliminates 99.97% of Allergens, Germs, Bacteria & Viruses, Relief From Allergies & Asthma - £37.97 @ Currys
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HoMedics True HEPA Air Purifier Eliminates 99.97% of Allergens, Germs, Bacteria & Viruses, Relief From Allergies & Asthma - £37.97 @ Currys
£37.97£79.9953% Free P&P FreeCurrys PC World Deals
Keep the air at home clean and allergen free with the Homedics AR-10A-GB Professional HEPA Home Air Purifier . Compact design Designed to sit inconspicuously in any room, the… Read more

Mine was around 12 to 16 hours when it turned off. There's no sign in the manual or website stating safety or features etc... But never mind. I'd was one to stay on 24/7 and for me to use a smart plug instead.


Mine is the same, might be an auto off function after certain time. For me it’s at least 8 hours of being on


I brought this from Amazon the other week when it was on offer at the same price. I ended up returning it as it kept on turning itself off for no apparent reason. It doesn't mention anything in the manual or online which was odd.


I got this last week. Works great. But a bit noisy on highest setting. For this price probably the best air purifier you can get. But £100+ models will beat this easily. Note that there is no timer functionality. And you can't use a timer plug or smart plug with it, as it doesn't have a permanent "on" mode.


Yeah the white lab coat is a bit OTT :) . I made a very cheap ceiling mounted workshop filler some years ago, just a simple chipboard box with a snail (centrifugal fan) to suck the air out and a couple of layers of the stiff square welded wire mesh to hold the filter material in the bottom, which is an inch or two thick layer of melt blown polypropylene rated to filter 2 microns as I recall. Cost me a bit over 20 quid. If I was making one today, I'd add a coarse pre-filter and go for a fan with a higher cfm , although as they now only cost around £160, I would probably buy one instead.

HoMedics True HEPA Air Purifier Eliminates 99.97% of Allergens, Germs, Bacteria & Viruses, Relief From Allergies & Asthma - £37.97 @ Amazon
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HoMedics True HEPA Air Purifier Eliminates 99.97% of Allergens, Germs, Bacteria & Viruses, Relief From Allergies & Asthma - £37.97 @ Amazon
£37.97£79.9953%Amazon Deals
Useful air purifier. Hope it helps :) Permanent HEPA filter eliminates up to 99% of airborne particles Seal of approval from the British Allergy Foundation Three air-cle… Read more
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MELEDEN Air Purifier for Home with Filters, 2019 Upgraded Design Low Noise Air Purifiers,Desktop Air Cleaner Amazon lightning deal £26.34. Someone has already pointed this one out on this thread and says it works well. Will give it a go. Fake spot says you should take 50% of the reviews out as their analysis says they are under suspicion. Why do Chinese manufacturers / sellers do this so much?


Thanks for that, much appreciated


Search on aliexpress or eBay for 'electrostatic cotton Air purifier'. They are thin sheets that you can put in front of your existing (expensive filter) & replace every month or so. Don't worry about size cos they are easily cut with scissors to size. If you buy a dozen they work out at about 50p each. Hope that helps.


Pre filter material? What exactly is that please?


A couple of money-saving tips for using these purifiers- buy some sheets of pre-filter material & put in front of main filter (filters the larger particles & fluff) & you can prolong the more expensive main filter life. Also the main filters are available direct from sites like aliexpress for much cheaper if you buy two or three at a time. Don't worry if it doesn't list your exact model, just measure your existing filter & search for those filter dimensions. I have two different Honeywell machines & have saved hundreds on filters by doing this.

JETERY CADR 170 m3/h Air Purifier Home with True HEPA Filter for £34.19 delivered using code @ Twakie EU fulfilled by Amazon
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JETERY CADR 170 m3/h Air Purifier Home with True HEPA Filter for £34.19 delivered using code @ Twakie EU fulfilled by Amazon
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This air purifier is back on sale with discount code B7GFGH3T or use the voucher on page. Seems like a decent price for one with a HEPA filter, but please note it won't kill viruse… Read more

Did you take the filter out of the plastic wrapper, I have one of these and they work great...


Now the code no longer works.


Works out at £31 something now


UV switches on by pressing the button under the dial


Code no longer works

Vax Pure Air 300 Air Purifier with Extra Filter £229.99 at Vax Shop
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Vax Pure Air 300 Air Purifier with Extra Filter £229.99 at Vax Shop
£229.99£279.9918% Free P&P FreeVax Shop Deals
Available on both Amazon and John Lewis for £229.99 (as posted previously in this deal ) but direct with Vax it comes with a free additional filter (usually £50) for the same pric… Read more

Still at the reduced price of £229.99. Interest free over 3 months available. Free 50 quid filter not showing any or which is a shame.


seems this offer is expired now as I can't see the additional free filter when I tried to order online also contacted VAX via Chat and seems the executive is not aware of this offer at all.


They have three levels, the highest being a little noisy, so I tend to run them 24/7 on low or medium in most cases. The difference in air quality is very noticeable for me. I sometimes have the window open too, and although I don’t think this is ideal for air circulation, the effect of the purifier seems to exceed the impacts of open windows. It’s a powerful and very effective piece of kit. This time of year I’m usually taking antihistamines every day and still expecting to suffer a bit, but since getting these I don’t take meds every day and hardly have any issues with Hayfever or Asthma. They are very good in my experience.


Do you just leave them on 24/7, or just when you are in the house? Do you also leave windows open too, or does that defeat the purpose of them? We suffer with hayfever too, but need the windows open, especially in the evening to cool the house down in the height of summer. This morning neither of us have been outside and are suffering with hayfever symptoms already. Bloody annoying so just wondering whether this would help or not.


my filter arrived as a separate package entirely - worth contacting them.

Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones + Free Cuisinart Coffee Machine worth £49 ish - £239.99 With Code @ PRC Direct
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Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones + Free Cuisinart Coffee Machine worth £49 ish - £239.99 With Code @ PRC Direct
£239.99 Free P&P FreePRC Direct Deals
And the award for the most random bundle deal in the history of bundles, goes to PRC Direct for this doozie. :D Good deal though I'd say, the Purifier worth about £70 currently a… Read more

Code expired


Thanks bud, have updated


£10 code still working plus..... Free Cuisinart DGB1U Coffee Machine worth £50 Certainly more appealing to me than the original offer!


Only seems to take £10 off now


I've just tried the code and it worked for me?

Delonghi Air Purifier - AC100 - £110.69 Delivered Using Code @ Delonghi
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Delonghi Air Purifier - AC100 - £110.69 Delivered Using Code @ Delonghi
£110.69£15930% Free P&P FreeDe'Longhi UK Deals
Already on offer for £122.99, which is by far the cheapest around, plus another £12.30 off using code SURVEY10 Pretty self explanatory on these, really. They are excellent to… Read more

There is a replacement filter you can buy that has all of them combined in one (HEPA ...Charcoal...).


It looks like you need to change several filters to keep it running?


I have philips air purifier and love it , also you can get an app and control it from there. It checks for viruses, allergens, gas leaks and have fever . Highly recommend it


Brill thanks (y) (y)


If I remember correctly. The Delonghi air purifiers scored very low on the Which report

Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2H, global version £88.76 AliExpress / AliExpress Gshopper
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Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2H, global version £88.76 AliExpress / AliExpress Gshopper
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Another price drop for 2H model, shipped from Czech Republic or Spain. Price will be reduced at checkout, please add the code for additional discount.

I agree with this. My mother in law was over and did a bit of cleaning. Not sure what she was using in the bathroom but around the same time I began to smell it the purifier ramped up, then shortly after if ramped up again the the light went red. Within 5-10 minutes it had dealt with it and it returned to normal.


I can share a few lines. My expectations were based on multiple reviews online and the product lives up to the good marks received. Believe the reviews :) Upon connecting to it via Mi Home app, it told me my air was "OK", then began to work whisper quiet to make it "excellent". The night mode is inaudible, at least to me and my family. One day while cooking my air quality went down, the purifier made much more noise, but only for a short time, then reverted to quiet operation. The dust sensor definitively works. I've tested it patting some pillows next to it, it detected the dust straight away. On max power (via manual override) it sounds like a jet taking off. It deffo has a lot of power in it, but it doesn't use it. So far so good!!"


Does anyone have any feedback on these? Tempted between this and the Vax 300...


Anyone else get a free pair of Airdots too?


Roger :)

Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2H Global Version £89.82 Delivered (EU Shipping) @ AliExpress Deals / Gshopper Lifestyle Store
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Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2H Global Version £89.82 Delivered (EU Shipping) @ AliExpress Deals / Gshopper Lifestyle Store
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Seems like a great price for this Xiaomi Air purifier 2H model, shipping from Czech Republic via DHL, so no VAT or customs worries. Just add to basket and discount should apply at… Read more

Mine arrived today. Very weird they didn't mention them in the listing. Seeing as you normally pay £15+ for these it turned out to be an even better deal.


Yeah, they arrived on Saturday - rather unexpected but handy for going jogging


Pro-tip, take the plastic off the bottom of the Airdots before charging.


Now that you've said that, I do have a pair of tracking numbers originating from Singapore - one for each purifier I ordered. Both expecting to deliver today. Interesting!


Anyone else get a free pair of Airdots too?

DYSON Pure Cool Me Air Purifier - Damaged Box £254.15 @ currys clearance eBay
Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
DYSON Pure Cool Me Air Purifier - Damaged Box £254.15 @ currys clearance eBay
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Key Features Top features: - Breathe in purified air and stay cool wherever you are - Captures unwanted gases and pollutants with a HEPA filter - Find your ideal settings easily… Read more
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If you don't need the air purification and all you want is a gentle breeze on your face, consider trying an Arctic breeze USB table fan first, like I did. It's very quiet and at £10 from Amazon, is a lot cheaper!


That's the only thing these are really good for - a constant, gentle cooling on low speeds, directly aimed at your face. They don't actually cool the room down, so they're no good for whole rooms, and the air purification is effectively a con as it's completely ineffective. So for night time cooling directly on your face it will do a good job. A lot of money just for that though.


fortunately for the mrs no (lol)


Both in my experience. Had a few replacements and all sorts of issues worst being standby noise. Goes for the rest of the range too. Tried them all.


There are alternatives to this product. I wouldn't buy a Dyson again... Dyson's Pure Cool Me has been designed to solve a problem that we're not sure actually exists. It's both too big and heavy to be a truly 'personal' air treatment machine, and Dyson says it's not supposed to be used to clean the air of a full room. We therefore struggle to find a reason why someone would buy it over a regular air purifier. An air purifier from Dyson, intended for personal use. Whereas Dyson's other air purifiers have an open-loop design, this one has a dome designed to allow you to adjust the angle of the projected air towards you. It contains a sealed filter, combining an activated carbon and glass HEPA layer. Dyson claims this fiter can capture gases and 99.95% of ultrafine particles from the air. Unlike with its other purifiers, Dyson makes no claims the Pure Cool Me will clean the air of a full room. Dyson suggests that you keep it on your bedside table, on your desk, or on your kitchen worktop when cooking. But, at around 45cm high and 25cm across, this will need to be a pretty big bedside table, desk or worktop. You control the Pure Cool Me via remote control; there are no buttons on the actual purifier. The remote control magnetically sticks to the front of the purifier - which should prevent it being misplaced. There are 10 speed settings, including a quieter sleep mode, and a timer mode, but no automatic setting. There is a small but clear LCD screen on the front of the purifier that shows the current setting, any timer set, and whether you need to replace the filter or not. The small remote control has just a few buttons on it: on and off, up and down for the speed settings, a timer button, a button to allow it to oscillate like regular electric fans do, and an information button for when to replace the filter. The Cool Me doesn't feedback live data about the air quality in your home, as other Dysons do, and it can't be paired with the Dyson Link app. On the highest speed of 10, the Pure Cool Me works well as a fan, but is quite noisy. On speeds one and two, it’s very quiet, particularly so on one when it’s almost silent. It shouldn’t disturb your sleep on either of these speeds. How easy is it to remove the filter? It's very easy to remove and replace the filter; you just need to press down the two circular buttons on either side of the round head of the purifier and lift it off. Then you can lift the whole filter out using two tabs. The HEPA filter will need to be replaced once it reaches a high level of accumulated particles, and this will be shown on the small LCD screen at the bottom of the machine. You can’t clean it at home; instead it needs to be replaced entirely. Best Buy air purifiers that are tested and proven to clean the air brilliantly, all while costing less than the Pure Cool Me. If size is a priority, the Beurer LR300 is a good option. And if it’s a Dyson purifier you want, the Dyson Pure Cool DP04 has more features and allows you to track the amount of pollutants in your home via a smartphone app.

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