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Xioami Mi Air Purifier 2s $159 Plus Delivery from Kogan

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The Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2S features an ultra-clear OLED digital display that allows you to monitor the air quality of your home, including factors such as temperature and humidity.

Three-layered filtration, including activated charcoal
Monitor the air quality of your home via the Mi Home App
Three modes: favourite, sleeping and automatic
OLED digital display
Triple layered filtration

Rest assured knowing that the Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2S features a 3-layered filtration system: a primary filter net, H11 EPA net and a premium activated carbon layer. Together, these three layers combine to provide exceptional filtration that is capable of removing up to 99.99% of PM2.5 particles.

Automatic brightness adjustment

The Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2S comes equipped with a built-in light sensor that detects changes in ambient lighting and automatically adjusts the brightness of the LED screen accordingly.

Stay in control

Enjoy the convenience offered by the Mi Home App, which allows you to control your Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2S using your mobile phone. With this handy app you can monitor changes in air quality, select different modes and view temperature and humidity.

Here is a review from youtube:
https://youtu.be/WbIds_VsM90

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  • +3 votes

    Dicksmith is the same price and I had a $10 voucher so got is $158 delivered.

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    Also great device. Really stops my stuffed nose

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      Thanks.Good to know.

    • +3 votes

      How quiet is it please?
      I'm not expecting silence but on a scale between gentle whirring or screeching hurricane where do you rate it?

      • +2 votes

        It's near to silent. Has a few modes that can make it noisier/more intensive though..

      • +1 vote

        Depends if you have on full or silent

      • +2 votes

        Put it on auto….u won't even know its on

        • +9 votes

          You literally won't know it's on, because it won't be having any effect on the air quality whatsoever.

          • +4 votes

            @dcash: Probably where you live or your room is already with clean fresh air….
            Hence no need the purifier

            If you find it useless, I dont mind help you get rid of it.
            Drop it in front of your house and I will pick it up and dump it for you.
            (Care to chuck it into the box it came with)

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            @dcash: Do you have one or just making up stuff

      • +2 votes

        Quiet on auto/low speed setting, but doesn't clean anything. Fairly noisy on high speed setting, and still debatable whether it does anything useful.

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        It is virtually silent in Auto mode, but auto mode has also received a bit of criticism as being useless.

        The more effective, higher power modes are much louder, but its good white noise IMO.

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          There has been many updates since those articles and improvementd

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            @asa79: Nope. It's still the same even with the latest firmware.

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              @dcash: I dont see any issues with auto mode it works great for me. You can see it start up when the api tells it to like spray a can of deodant or open a Window.

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                @asa79: Spraying an aerosol can and having the particle count go off the scale is meaningless. In that case all you probably end up doing is clogging the activated charcoal filter within 5 minutes, rendering it useless for the remaining life of the entire filter. Under normal operating conditions, the unit won't shift off auto mode until the air quality gets far worse than the average outside air quality. If you're happy for your indoor air quality to be as bad as the outdoor air quality, then auto mode will work fine for you. I would however, guess that most people purchase the unit because they want their indoor air quality better than that of the outdoors.

                • +1 vote

                  @dcash: I can see it when the window is open especially the rooms near the street, so not sure what your arguing about, it sounds like you dont have one and are just trolling

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                    @asa79: That's a bit like running an air conditioner with the window open — simply a waste of power. I have two of them, as well as an LG, and have had a number of other brands of air purifiers over the years. The up votes to my other comments regarding the auto mode confirm that the consensus is that auto mode on the Xioami Mi is next to useless in Australia. Just because you don't happen to agree with me, doesn't make me a troll. I would guess that you also voted Labor on the weekend.

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                      @dcash: Now your just showing that your trolling, its call fresh air that comes in the window and this will filter it for all the dust etc

  • +5 votes

    Great device I have 4 of the 2 version and no issues yet.

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    Are there any essential functions that require the use of home apps? or does it work fine on its own?

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    Thanks!

    Bought!!

  • -1 vote

    Not sure about this one.. .Xiaomi Mi 2 Auto Mode Leaves Air Unsafe for 86% of hours (ok… it's China's air quality being tested… but still) https://smartairfilters.com/en/blog/xiaomi-auto-mode-leaves-...

  • +4 votes

    Do we really need these in Oz?

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      Probably not
      Mine rarely sees particle levels over 20

    • +4 votes

      No. In fact if you run the Xiaomi in auto mode it'll likely never run any higher than the slowest fan speed, which barely moves any air at all and does bugger all in the way of removing anything from the air. I know, because I have two of them and live in a relatively dusty area (old, poorly sealed house in suburban area on main road surrounded by construction), and if I leave it an auto mode the filter barely needs cleaning after 6 months. If I force it to run on a reasonably high speed, the filter certainly gets dusty quickly, but it doesn't appear to reduce dust levels in the house. Even the floor and furniture less than a metre from the unit still get visibly dusty a day after cleaning them, even with the unit running on high. Having said all that, I still run two of the units and a larger LG air purifier 24/7, in the naive hope that maybe they help, at least a little.

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        Just a thought, maybe consider a whole house air purifier. I've been looking into these lately and will be getting one installed in a couple of weeks.

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        In this case you need to ensure the air come through an air purifier to your house and should not let unpurified air come in freely.

    • +3 votes

      I'm living near one of the most polluted suburbs in Victoria (near an oil refinery… which I unfortunately have to cycle past on my daily commute) according to this article:

      https://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2018-11-16/australian-polluti...

      Add to that, my place is also next to a main road.

      I bought this Xiaomi air purifier due to the above issues.

      I run this air purifier in the front bedroom and the highest reading I have gotten so far is 18. The front bedroom upstairs typically shows a single digit reading - usually a 2.

      Anything under 50 is deemed as good air quality.

      So to answer your question: No, we don't really need these in Australia.

      • +1 vote

        Yes that's what i don't get, why this is getting tons of clicks and people buying it.

        Is it just paranoia, or people have nothing better to waste money on or is there really that many people with chronic/terminal lung conditions?

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          Same reason why people take vitamins. The perception it will improve your health and well-being even though there is no evidence base for it for most people. Add to that OzB love for Xiaomi products with the FOMO and you will get interest.

        • +2 votes

          hayfever

      • +2 votes

        I have a Phillips which is more expensive because it has a PM2.5 detector and so knows better when to turn on and off.

        It can go up to 150 when cooking without the vent on, or more disturbingly, every night of winter because of all the people burning wood fires uncleanly.

        I’d recommend investing more in a better air purifier if the air is remotely smokey where you live.

    • +2 votes

      Good for asthamsa and sinse and hay fever suffers

  • +5 votes

    My son has eczema. We have seen significant improvement since. I would have bought another if it is free delivery.

    • +3 votes

      how does it help eczema? my wife has really bad eczema so i'm almost willing to try anything.

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        It helps by sucking away the dust which is the cause for eczema (in my case anyway). I have changed our house old carpets to wooden floor and keeping the house clean. Since then my skin is much better with the occasional outbreak which is easily manageable.

        Before the change to wooden floor, the carpet caused my glasses to cover in dust so I ended up scratching my face. Dust on the keyboard and table which lead to dust on my finger and on to my body when I start scratching.

        How I found out it is the dust from the old carpet is because I dont scratch when I travel for work and staying in hotel

    • +10 votes

      I've had bad eczema most of my life. Food is critical, try eat as natural as possible, food that's easy on the gut. Use QV body wash and moisturisers.

      Slowly introduce new bacterias to the gut with probiotics. Home made are the best, kefir, Kombucha, etc. They can be store bought now.

      There's studies that have shown certain bacterias help reduce flair ups. Check out studies on l. plantarum.

      I try avoid steroid creams as much as possible, but in extreme flair ups they pretty much can't be avoided for spot treatment.

      For whole body flair ups, bleach baths until they're resolved, this will also prevent Staph infections. Speak to your dermatologist about this first if you'd like. There's plenty of info available online. Make sure you moisturise after a bleach bath.

      Also worth doing allergy tests.

      My eczema is pretty much non-existent now other than the odd flair up, but I don't get persistent makeup.

      Goodluck.

    • +3 votes

      Eczema is tricky. I've had it since birth. If it's a major problem, see a dermatologist and also get allergy tested. Also be aware of related conditions like asthma and hayfever.

      Speaking only for myself, I've been able to get my eczema under control with Dove Triple Moisturing Body Wash. But the perfumes in it (and most other soaps/cleansers) may be a trigger for your son. Absolutely avoid drying agents like soap and detergent for bathing, and look at what you use for washing your clothes. If inflammation is a problem, maybe try something with oatmeal in it.

      Good luck!

    • +1 vote

      If this machine helps addressing eczema then it is possible your house is dusty and the dust is the cause. I too have eczema and I found our old carpet is creating too much dust in the house and is causing me to scratch till my skin breaks. There was so much dust in the house and on the computer desk that it get stuck on my glasses causing me to scratch my face when I wear it. The dust get to my keyboard which then get to my finger and on my body when I scratch. I am short sighted so could not see the dust well and endure itchy skin over 20 years.

      Only after changing the carpet to wooden floor and keeping the house clean did my skin is much better with the occasion outbreak which is easily manageable. Eczema sucks and ruin my life both physical and mentally. I hope you address the issue and wish your son the best. The dust causing my eczema may or may not be the same for your son, but is worth considering since you found this air filter which so happen to suck away dust is making him feel better.

      How I found out it is the dust from the old carpet is because I dont scratch when I travel for work and staying in hotel

      I have a 3 years old and hope he does not have to endure eczema.

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    If delivery is less than $15….
    Would still come cheaper than the Ebay deal at 20% off code.

    Would be a good buy.

    Bought from Ebay at $200, $190, $180, $160
    At various promotions.

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    How does this control the humidity? Or does it?

  • +3 votes

    Thank you OP. Bought 3 for all the rooms! Hope it turns out to be a good purchase.

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    Would this purify things like litter box smells/dust (Inc. ammonia from pet urine) or human toilet particles (Ie from flushing etc)?

    Thanks

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