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2x Xiaomi Mi HEPA Filter for Air Purifier $69.30 Delivered @ Xiaomi Mi Official Store eBay


Xiaomi Au eBay is running a buy 1 get 1 free promo. Just to clarify - you only need to add 1x to cart but they will ship out 2x units. I've confirmed with reps - no need to worry.

Good price on these HEPA filters. Comes to $34.65 each. Stack with discounted eBay gift cards for further savings.


  • Replacement Xiaomi Mi HEPA filter
  • Comprehensive 360° filtration capability
  • 3-Stage purification with primary, true HEPA and activated carbon filters
  • Captures up to 99.97% of airborne particles
  • Activated carbon helps eliminate gases, smog and odours
  • High performance 380m3/h CADR
  • Regularly replace your filter every 6 months
  • Compatible with Xiaomi Mi Air Purifiers

Original Coupon Deal

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  • Just making sure. We just checkout with 1 x qty and they send us 2?

    • +1

      yep yep

      • +1

        Danke schoen

  • Can we get proof of confirmation with reps? (Edit: I clicked on the link and have seen the title) Thanks OP

    • Hi Joyoz,

      The promotion running is for buy one get one free. So just checkout for 1 unit and you will be sent 2x Filters.

      Just letting you know for clarification.


  • +3

    How is it BOGOF if total is $69? Isn't normal price for 1 around $35?

  • -2

    BOGOF deal last week, post dude (not auspost) just left it in front of the door and left… anyone could taken it easily…

    • -1

      Have you watched the news in the last 12 months..?

    • Get a glitter bomb

  • Yeah it's really not BOGOF. But also, how does this compare to the purple one? I got one of those last week from the Kogan deal.

    • -1

      According to info on Xiaomi's site, purple > green > blue/grey, so this deal is the lowest standard one and your purple the highest.

      • +1

        This is basically backwards, the grey HEPA filter is the best and filters the most particles.

        They grey HEPA filter is H13 which filters 99.95% of PM2.5.

        The green and purples filters are H11 which are 95%.

      • Just curious, where on the Xiaomi website does it suggest that the purple is the highest?
        I haven't been able to find any info on what's "better", just that they all serve different purposes.

  • They’re normally $45-$50 at least for the genuine filters. Decent deal anyway

    • +1

      Well there's no bushfire don't need them atm

  • "Comprehensive 360° filtration capability"

    Now that's a selling point

  • Which Xiaomi Air Purifiers these filters go with?

    • +1

      Compatible Models:
      Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2H, Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2S, Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 3H, Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier Pro

      • Thanks pal

  • +1

    If you use your CC and the code TSAVE20 you bring the price down to $67.00

    • Only for targeted people. But yeah I did the same with TSAVE10

  • Maybe silly question…but do these work on the Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier Pro?

    • yes

  • +1

    If you need to use these round units in the square command module you'll need a folder, some hoses and a lot of duct tape to convert them

  • Could someone help me out, my house gets alot dust doesnt help with my allergies, was wondering if one of these air purifiers would help?
    And which one should i get?

    • +1

      Search for Trusens. They’re on sale at JB Hifi atm. Filters are more expensive but last 12-15mths each.

    • +1

      Also do regular vacuuming and ensure your vacuum also has a HEPA filter.

    • +1

      The Xiaomi Air Purifier 3H has been working for me, I stop sneezing as soon as I turn it on at max speed for 5 mins. I also own the Dyson Pure Cool Link Desk purifier, and they have both made a difference.

    • +1

      The Dyson is better in my experience, but these are pretty good if you use the HEPA filters in them.

      The Dyson however took my son from having Asthma problems pretty much constantly to pretty much never, has been a life changer.

      • How many units do you use? Do you use them all over your house? Do you keep them on constantly, and how long does a filter last?
        Thank you in advance.

  • +1

    Any deals for Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier?

  • Slightly OT - but how do you guys dispose of the old filters? Seems a bit wasteful to bin them.

    • burn it and let the new filter purify the smoke particles of the old filter. It's a win win

    • You have to. Otherwise you risk dislodging and re-suspending the particulates on the spent filter.

  • Can anyone confirm if this works with the biggest model purifier pro?

    • yes it does

  • Oos

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