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Stirling Air Purifier - $129 @ ALDI


Saw the deal this morning and thought of sharing with fellow bargain hunters.
Pretty cheap compare to other brands in the market.

Stirling website

E12 Hepa Filter Captures 99.5% Of Microfine Airborne Particles
Washable Prefilter Catches Bigger Dust Particles And Other Pollutants Such As Pet Hair
Active Carbon Filter Neutralises Smells And Gases
Particle Sensor Measures Air Quality
Sleep Mode For Night Operation
3 Fan Speeds
8 Hour Timer
Filter Change Indicator
Air Quality Indicator
Child Lock
Easy Control Panel
Technical Specifications Features Parts Included

Instruction manual

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  • +4

    good price.. but not sure on how readily available the replacement filters would be

    • -1

      They don't even list a replacement filter in the catalogue or on the product page. So yeah, good luck with that.

    • +2

      From the manual:

      "Our after sales support centre stocks spare E12 HEPA filters, pre-filters and
      carbon filters for the air purifier. To purchase a filter, call the centre on
      1300 886 649 or email us at [email protected]"

  • Has anyone tried this Stirling Air Purifier?

  • +3

    So that no one else has to click the link;

    E12 HEPA filter
    Active carbon filter
    3 fan speeds
    Timer with 1, 2, 4 and 8 hour settings
    Air quality monitoring (good, average and poor)
    Sleep mode
    Washable pre-filter catches bigger dust particles and other pollutants such as pet hair
    Carry handle
    Slim design
    Child lock function

  • +1

    I heard the replacement filters are in a box with the brand name 'Archer' if you can find them

  • +2

    Does this help the room to increase moisture content, it has been really dry in QLD lately.

    • +4

      No.To increase moisture content in room, you might want to look at humidifiers

    • +3

      Don't know why you were negged for asking a question.

  • Genuine question, what's the benefit of having this filter and where should it be positioned in the room?

    • +2

      Good for people with environmental allergies such as dust and pollen. Quiet modes allow for the device to be left on at night for a better night sleep without blocked noses. Should ideally be positioned in a location which allows air flow in and out efficiently. Bigger rooms require bigger device.

      • Thanks!

      • Loud modes provide white noise which also promotes a better night's sleep for some.
        (Although powering a speaker is cheaper for your electricity bill).

  • Is there any details regarding the noise levels? It’s a big pain point for me, as I want to run it at night in the bedroom.

    Wish there was a micro air filter that would hang on walls — could do with one in the toilet where there’s no ventilation .. haven’t found a solution for it yet

    • +2

      It would be great if it could suck in that crafty, scumbag mozzie that has been hiding in the bedroom just waiting for you to fall asleep and give you the dreaded lump-on-the-foot when your dozy leg decides to leave the protection of your quilt. And then drives you mad all night cos it's as itchy as ****

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