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Xiaomi Mi HEPA or Xiaomi Anti-Formaldehyde or Anti-Bacterial Filter for Air Purifier $35 Delivered @ Kogan

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Greetings everyone, some excellent prices on these Xiaomi Air Purifier Filters and also stacks with free shipping, I believe the Antibacterial version is the cheapest price it has been (previously $45).


The Xiaomi Mi Antibacterial Filter for Air Purifier has been made to eliminate the nasty allergens from your home and prevent you from getting sick.

  • Effectively removes bacteria, dust mites and PM2.5 particles in the air
  • Specially designed antibacterial layer
  • Quadruple purification
  • Designed for Xiaomi Mi purifier, Xiaomi Mi purifier 2 and Xiaomi Mi purifier Pro

As always, enjoy :)

Credit to marzzbar for the free shipping code.

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  • +6 votes

    Is anyone buying a HEPA these ?

    • +20 votes

      Mi

  • +3 votes

    Last time i ordered around this price on kogan took more than 3 months for them delivered.
    I would think twice to shop again with them, however you may not find this cheap elsewhere.

    • +1 vote

      My last one took 3 days from order to delivery.

      Exact same filter, exact same price too (edit: although without free shipping), although Jan 2020. When did you order, was it during the worst of the covid shipping issues?

    • +1 vote

      Last time I ordered a different Xiaomi product from Kogan it took 3 months before they decided they couldn't supply it and refunded me.

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      Yeh got the email after more than 2 months…

      (Kogan.com Help Desk)

      23 Mar

      Hi

      Thanks for your patience.

      We sincerely apologise for your order has been lost in transit please let me know how to proceed.

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    Seems like the price has droppe. Xiaomi also is selling it for $40.

    • +1 vote

      Seems like the price has droppe.

      Time to shoppe…

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      The HEPA filter generally hovers around $39, but doesn't include delivery usually, I haven't seen the Anti-Bacterial one as cheap for quite a while.

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    Honest question, it makes no sense to buy the HEPA filter since the Anti-bacterial filter is the same price right? The AB filter "Effectively removes bacteria, dust mites and PM2.5 particles in the air". The PM2.5 means this is also a HEPA filter? Looking to buy as a spare for my 3H purifiers.

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      curious to know the answer too.

      I'm mainly wanting to control the dust mites/allergens around the house, so im guessing the AB filter can do the job?

      • +2 votes

        I have no solid answer to the above but I looked at the specs on the page and the normal HEPA filters weighs 1.24kg while the AB one weighs 1.84kg so 600g must be going towards something good you'd hope.
        The HEPA filter also claims 3 stages of purification while the AB one does "quadruple purification."

        Found a discussion here: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/547758

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      HEPA can capture 0.3 micrometre while PM2.5 is 2.5 micrometre.

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      I found this info on the different Xiaomi filters here: https://www.mi-store.com.au/when-to-change-air-filter
      In short:

      HEPA Filter Layers:
      Primary Filter
      H13-grade HEPA Filter
      High-quality activated carbon filter

      Antibacterial Filter Layers:
      Primary Filter
      Antibacterial
      H11-grade HEPA Filter
      High-quality activated carbon filter

      H11 vs H13 Filter difference:
      H13 99.95% of all particles 0.3 micron or bigger.
      H11 95% of all particles 0.3 micron or bigger.

      Based on that, I would only get the antibacterial one if that suited your particular needs (eg, a relatively confined space with lots of people, or immunocompromised etc.)

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    I got this fited on my ride and it's very good for the induction

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    Cheers OP. I bought one of each for my 3H

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    I am looking for a airpurifier, is this one any good?

    Room sizes are around 4mx4m to the biggest being 6mx7m.

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      We bought the Xiaomi 3H when the smoke hit Canberra and it did an admirable job of "de-smoking" our living room.

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    These have always been $35 on the App. No voucher or code needed

    • +2 votes

      The code is for free shipping.

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        Ah true

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    Can anyone report on how well the HEPA (i.e. activated carbon) filter works for herbal vapours? (vapours, not smoke)

    • +1 vote

      I vape indoors (both ecig and herb) and it clears out the residual fog and any odour very well. I have the HEPA filters. The particle size of vapour is quite large and would logically assume that any of their filters would suffice for this purpose.

      I do expect that the viscous ecig vapour likely clogs up the filters much quicker than they would otherwise, but better off in the filter than my electronics. I'm not sure that the excessive vapour collection is reflected in the 'days left' of the filter as that seems to be set from first use or manufacturing date pulled from the inbuilt nfc tag on the filter and seems to tick down at a consistent rate regardless of how often I vape, or how often I have the unit running.

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    Ahhh dammit! Just bought this at full price,

    • +3 votes

      you are going to need to hand in your ozb card.

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    any sales on the ar purifer machine itself?

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    My machine is telling me that these are not the real deal

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      My 2s says it is.