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Upgraded version of Coway AP-1512HH, Coway Airmega 200M White/Black is on sale for $129.00 with free shipping
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Will this be okay for an 800 sq ft bedroom?
We have this in our living room which opens to the kitchen--about 700+sqft and it handles it just fine. It ran a bit longer the first day we got it, but have it on auto and it only kicks up to a higher speed when we're cooking something and forget to turn on the fan for the stove hood. Unless you live in an area with really bad air quality, it should work great for a (large) bedroom.
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FYI - Cheap, easy 'DIY' 'home made' box fan air filter -- https://imgur.com/iKbpJax
Use whatever 20" x 20" filter you want -- HEPA, reusable/washable, etc -- depending on your needs.
Check YouTube for box fan air filter reviews -- they measurably reduce particulate matter.
Except to make any measurable difference you need to leave it on high at 80W. For me at $1.5 per watt per year with 24x7 operation that's $120/yr in electricity. Also needs to be in the center of the room due to the design of a box fan.

These things max out at 60 and average about 15. Pays for itself quickly in power savings. Just leave it against a wall out of the way.

Centrifugal fans will always be more efficient in an application like this. Not to mention quieter. Even more so when there's a sensor to throttle it according to air quality.

The box fan method really never makes sense. It's less effective and more expensive. It's just fun to feel you made something.
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Except to make any measurable difference you need to leave it on high at 80W. For me at $1.5 per watt per year with 24x7 operation that's $120/yr in electricity. Also needs to be in the center of the room due to the design of a box fan.

These things max out at 60 and average about 15. Pays for itself quickly in power savings. Just leave it against a wall out of the way.

Centrifugal fans will always be more efficient in an application like this. Not to mention quieter. Even more so when there's a sensor to throttle it according to air quality.

The box fan method really never makes sense. It's less effective and more expensive. It's just fun to feel you made something.
Saw a YouTube review of homemade box fan air filters. After ~40 minutes, the average sized bedroom showed no further particulate count decrease -- i.e., it was clean. With the higher CFM, you get done sooner. So maybe run it for 45m, once a day or every other day, depending on your condition or desire.
You shouldn't need to run it 24x7. Hence saving money...?
Just providing options. If you want something smarter, better looking, quieter, that uses expensive filters, then the box fan air filter is not for you.
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Can anyone confirm that the ionizer can be turned off on this thing and that it'll still be worthwhile to have?
Yes you can turn it on or off
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Is there any reason people are preferring the older model which has twice the up-votes? OP said the newer one's quieter, so maybe people are just unaware.
https://slickdeals.net/f/13355329-coway-ap-1512hh-mighty-air-purifier-w-true-hepa-eco-mode-137-free-s-h?page=14#commentsBox
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ugh price is up to $130 now
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We have a dehumidifier which essentially moves air out of our house constantly (supposedly this system helps with radon). Will these purifiers just move the clean air right out of our house as well? Thanks!
No. You have a radon mitigation system. It removes radon and moisture(Under the slab normally) and vents it outside. What the purifier will do is get rid of particulates in the air floating around. They are 2 completely different systems. You want it to recycle the air in the house so your heating system doesn't have to warm the new, fresh air coming in. I think you may be referring to a heat pump if anything.
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My guess is that he bought more than one
You're right. I bought 3 and Home Depot is selling them around $240ish each, so 3 was around $720. At 12% CB that's about $86 CB. No idea if the portal will be able track the price match refund, but if it doesn't, then I'll have gotten almost a free filter. Even if it does, I'll still come out with about $40 CB which is nice too.
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Can you explain the steps please? Thanks.
Sorry just seeing these replies. I chatted with Home Depot about the price match. Sent them both links to the product (HD and WM). The rep confirmed he could match. Told me to place the order and he would refund me the difference separately. So I was able to place an inflated price order for 3 that hopefully gets the full 12% CB, and then my CC will be refunded for the difference later. Hope that makes sense!
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Are you hoping T C B categorizes this as a 'small appliance?' Not so sure about that, otherwise it's 3%.
That's what I'm hoping, but we shall see...
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Post adjustments get reported to TCB so most likely your Cb will be invalidated.
I think in most cases, but I'm not sure with Home Depot (I imagine less advanced accounting system) and it could also depend on how the rep processed the refund. I'll try to remember to update on how it turns out.
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Post adjustments get reported to TCB so most likely your Cb will be invalidated.
Another route could be to purchase with a card that has price protection and process the refund internally through the credit card company which shouldn't have any problems with clawback.
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Saw a YouTube review of homemade box fan air filters. After ~40 minutes, the average sized bedroom showed no further particulate count decrease -- i.e., it was clean. With the higher CFM, you get done sooner. So maybe run it for 45m, once a day or every other day, depending on your condition or desire.
You shouldn't need to run it 24x7. Hence saving money...?
Just providing options. If you want something smarter, better looking, quieter, that uses expensive filters, then the box fan air filter is not for you.
Your not getting high cfm with a box fan and a filter. A box fan has low static pressure.

Either way it's impractical unless you keep turning it on/off manually to keep particulate down.

Not to mention a box fan needs cooling for the motor itself since your now obstructing it with a filter. So if you don't want to replace it regularly you'll need to account for that too.

The box fan method makes a cool YouTube video but it's like using a metos and soda rocket to save on gas. Funny video but impractical for real life.
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Anyone ship yet? Mine is still preparing
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Why does this show expired? I just checked, looks like it's up $10 which is still almost 50% off. I know I should jump on this, I do like the price match idea also!
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