Philips Air Purifier Series 2000 Filters $38.00ea / $34.20 (Subscribe & Save) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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Amazon has the filters for the Philips Air Purifier Series 2000 discounted to $38 each (37%-52% off!)

Great price. Looking at my last order, I paid $70+ for the HEPA Filter.

This is the lowest price it's ever been, by a significant margin, according to CamelCamel.

Philips Nano Protect HEPA filter FY2422/30 - $38 (52% discount / RRP $79.95)
http://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B01LYEJ3YL/

Philip Nano Protect AC filter FY2420/30 - $38 (37% discount / RRP $59.95) - No subscribe and save -Out of Stock
http://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B01LZ21HAW/

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  • -1 vote

    for the HEPA Filter.

    Do these filter out viruses?

    • Some. Yes. Like H1N1. COVID-19 particles are smaller than PM2.5 apparently.

      But according to some research, HEPA filters are also effective against COVID-19. How credible the research is, I don't know. It was just search results from Google ;)

      https://smartairfilters.com/en/blog/can-air-purifiers-filter...

      Researchers at the University of Minnesota tested this question with weaker fiberglass furnace filters and higher-grade HEPA filters. In their test, they shot particles of silver from 3 to 20 nanometers at the filters (that’s roughly 5 to 30 times smaller than coronavirus particles).

      The results showed that filters captured 99.99% of particles smaller than 5 nanometers. Bingo! HEPA filters are incredibly effective at capturing nanoparticles–even smaller than the coronavirus.

      Botton line: HEPA filters can filter out over 99% of the coronavirus in a single pass.

      • +1 vote

        Researchers at the University of Minnesota tested this question

        I wouldn't be trusting anything that comes out of the USA at them moment.

        • It’s okay as long as the comments or output they say doesn’t contradict trump in any way shape or form.

    • no.. but viruses don't just tend to float around in isolation or stay in the air for ages like pollen. If an infected person sneezes the little particles of spit/mucous become an aerosol and float for a few metres before falling or landing on something. If someone happens to be in that line of fire and inhaling without an n95 mask there is a risk they will be infected, no matter what type of air filter is operating in that room. having said that if the aerosol happens to get sucked into a HEPA filter it likely will be captured.

    • Qantas make this claim: "The air conditioning systems of all Qantas and Jetstar aircraft are already fitted with hospital-grade HEPA filters, which remove 99.9% of all particles including viruses."

      These Philips filters aren't rated 'hospital-grade', but still claim to catch particles as small as 0.02 microns.

      So the answer is: yes, but.

      The filter won't catch 100% of viruses. And it will take time to filter all the air in a room, in the meantime… - stay home alone.

  • Philips…yes…Air…yes….Purifier…no.

    I want a fryer.

  • I am acutally after ones of these.

    How much is the purifier though? and how do they compare to the Ozbargain fav xiaomi ones?

  • Been waiting for a discount on the series 1000 filters. They are such a rip off.

  • Thanks. I've subscribed every 6 months to receive one of these. I have two at home - so this deal is timely.

  • Edit: never mind just saw it.

    Does anyone know what the filter dimensions are? Trying to look for a replacement filter for my rowenta pu2120 as they dont sell replacement filters anymore.
    Thanks

  • Bing Lee have the Philips Air Purifier 2000 filters, FY2420/30 Active Carbon and FY2422/30 NanoProtect, @ $38 too, marked as clearance.

  • What's the cheapest actual purifier that uses these filters though?

  • Philip Nano Protect AC filter FY2420/30 - $38 is back on stock
    http://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B01LZ21HAW/

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