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[eBay Plus] Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 3H $199.20 Delivered @ Gearbite eBay

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Main Features
400cbm / h particulate CADR can deliver 6660L of clean air per minute
OLED Touch Screen display, air quality at a glance
High-precision laser particle sensor, sensitive to air quality
APP and AI voice intelligent control, support remote control
3 layers of barrel filter purification, efficient removal of harmful substances such as PM2.5, formaldehyde
Small size, can be placed at will
Back-tilt centrifugal fan, brushless motor, strong combination, output high air volume
Large-area style grille for fast and even airflow
Better performance and lower noise
Applicable area: 28 - 48sqm
Rated voltage: 100 - 240V
Rated power: 38W

Package included: Main Device, AU Plug( Have Australian compliance), English Manual

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Comments

  • +2

    Dammit! just bought this for $213 the other day - hands in ozbargain card

    • +7

      If $199.20 is a good deal, you still got good value at $213.

      • +2

        Dont try make Fergy1987 feel better… this is not the ozbargain way :D
        Shame on you for not getting the best possible deal you had no idea was coming, Seriously though when its 10% or less you cant really beat yourself up over it

    • Is the $213 deal still on? And where?

      • Nah it was this same listing just different coupon

  • +3

    It's actually 380m3/h CADR at max speed and to achieve that you'll need to put up with 58dBA
    But a good price for a decent purifier.

  • +1

    How often do you have to replace the filters & how much are they?

    • +1

      Looks like $50 each or two for $80. Not sure if they go on sale.

    • How often - 6 moths to 1 year depending on how dusty your place is and how clean you keep your environment.

      Note: you can clean the filter to extend life for a lil bit

      • +1

        Ok thanks.

      • Hmm I wonder how you clean the filter yourself any reference?

        • +1

          I just take it out carefully, then use the vacuum cleaner (with the pole and head taken off). Then run lines up and down once or twice and it seems to get it all :).

    • -1

      Depends how polluted your place is. Clean air maybe 4-5 months. Not so clean YMMV

  • +3

    We have two, one is almost two years old and is only used at night (not every night though) on the low setting and still has 15 percent left on the filter. The second is less than 3 months old but gets a reasonable workout as it's used near the kitchen and is often on high. Currently has 80 percent left on the filter.

    So as TerryJustTerry mentioned, it comes down to how clean your environment is, how often it's used, and what setting you run it at.

    • +2

      I buy electrostatic filters to cover the original filter which supposedly pick up the larger particles to extend the life of the filters https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/184715891483. I re-use the filters a couple of times but to be honest most of the time hardly any particulates are detected unless cooking, etc. - I can't attest to how well things are filtered but the covers do come out grey after a few weeks of use… I generally remove the rfid from the bottom of the filters to get around the re-use issues..

    • +6

      Filter life readings are based on time and not actually how effective it is; when you replace it the timer starts at ~186 days so you can cover up or rip off the NFC tag under the filter and remove the annoying warnings. We run ours 24/7 in the bedroom

      Pull it out every month and brush/vacuum the dust build up and it should last a year

      Replacement filters have been under $40/ea on sale, just make sure to get the genuine Xiaomi HEPA and not just the 'Xiaomi Compatible' ones

      • Cheers for this useful info

      • Ohhh good too know, I had a feeling this might be the case but wasn't sure!

  • Is there anything substantial to warrant an upgrade (and increased cost) to the 4 Pro over this model?

    • Same question

    • Googled and found out that the main difference is the 3H covers 45m2 and 4 and 4 pro covers upto 60m2

  • Thanks OP, been waiting for a deal on this!

  • I am awaiting for a deal on the Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier Pro H

  • Any idea whether shopback works with this coupon?

  • +1

    Do people use it overnight? Or just an hour before sleep?

    • +2

      I use it all night because I enjoy the white noise and it drowns out some of the noise from the inconsiderate upstairs neighbours who do my head in each and every day.

  • Brilliant. Needed another one for the bird room. Thanks.

  • Any deals on filters?

  • Been waiting for this for a while and yesterday night pulled the trigger from amazon for 289, it came today and now I am seeing this. :( :( :(

    • +3

      Easy return on Amazon

  • Haven't these been as low as $129?

    • Yes, think it was a one time thing though.

      • +2

        Even $169 a few times too.

    • +5

      Yes, and Covid happened.

  • How does this compare to Ikea's air purifier? Has anyone owned both to compare?

  • +2

    If you didn't know this thing can filter and kill Covid. For that reason alone good for buying for a single small room

  • +2

    OOS

  • +2

    I have this unit and it does a pretty good job, but the beeping when it turns on/off or when you plug it in is so loud - is there any way to reduce the volume of the beep or turn of this sound altogether?

    • +2

      Yes, in the app there is a setting for 'Notification Sound' which you can turn on or off, you can also set the brightness of the display and schedule on or off times.

      • +1

        Thank you! I didn't realise you could scroll down for more options in the app - I'm running it on an Android tablet and it is not show a scroll bar (looks like it's a port of the phone app and doesn't scale well)

  • +2

    Have one for the last 6 months, left it on all day and its been great.

    Where do everyone get their Xiaomi filters from? Happy to buy in bulk or wait if shipping from China.

  • Good price, but I paid $150 for the same model about 2 years ago from Kogan

    • +1

      I guess due to bushfire that Scomo didn't hold a hose for right?

  • Mine's coming tomorrow. That was quick!

    • Spoke too soon and had faith in AusPost lol

  • Ordered yesterday and just got it delivered this morning via Aus Post courier very impressed by the turnaround.

  • Got this to use for white noise , unfortunately it has a subtle electrical buzz/whine , even on high fan setting. The pitch makes it unusable at night, for me anyway. So think twice if getting one for that purpose.

    Also can’t get the app to connect , the network always times out. Any tips? I’m using Telstra modem 2 with band steering turned off.

    • Sounds like you got a dud. No noise issues for me and works perfectly for me using the same Telstra modem also with band steering off.

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