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Blueair Blue Pure 411 Auto Air Purifier w/ Particle/Carbon Filter for Small Rooms EXPIRED

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Walmart has Blueair Blue Pure 411 Air Purifier with Particle and Carbon Filter for Allergen and Odor Reduction for Small Rooms (411PACF101435) for $79.99. Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • Completely filters air in small rooms (161 sq. ft. or less) about every 12.5 minutes on high
  • One-button control
  • HEPASilent filtration technology removes 99.97% of airborne particles down to 0.1 micron, like pollen, dust, pet dander, mold, bacteria and viruses; Activated carbon traps light odors
  • ENERGY STAR certified
  • Quiet Mark awarded for low noise levels (17-46 dB) l
  • Customize freely; Change color in seconds with washable fabric pre-filters; Diva Blue and Dark Shadow (gray) included; Additional pre-filter colors sold separately
  • Performance you can trust; Third-party tested for performance by the AHAM Verifide Program for a Clean Air Delivery Rate of Smoke 105 cfm, Pollen 120 cfm, Dust 120 cfm
  • Place your air purifier anywhere in the room without compromising performance with the large 360° air intake

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AJDemineh asked this question on 05-18-2022 at 02:34 PM
05-18-2022 at 02:34 PM
It is. I've bought several different models and they've all worked reliably and well. The one downside to this particular model is that the speed indicator lights on top of the unit don't turn off. Which bothers some people who have it in a bedroom. But an easy and cheap fix for that seems to be to place a 1 3/4" felt pad on top of the unit during operation. The lights don't bother me.
05-18-2022 at 02:34 PM
Yeah. I have this unit and the 211+ model. They are very quite on low and work very well
Scintillation asked this question on 05-18-2022 at 02:22 PM
05-18-2022 at 02:22 PM
You probably don’t need air purifier for bathroom. It’s for places where you spend significant time like bedroom, living room, or office. My 2 cents
05-18-2022 at 06:20 PM
No, unless you don't mind growing mold in the filters.
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FYI, their customer service is useless. Replies take forever and they barely even follow up.
It is. I've bought several different models and they've all worked reliably and well. The one downside to this particular model is that the speed indicator lights on top of the unit don't turn off. Which bothers some people who have it in a bedroom. But an easy and cheap fix for that seems to be to place a 1 3/4" felt pad on top of the unit during operation. The lights don't bother me.
Yeah. I have this unit and the 211+ model. They are very quite on low and work very well

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Is this brand worth the cost?
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Yeah. I have this unit and the 211+ model. They are very quite on low and work very well
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Is this brand worth the cost?
It is. I've bought several different models and they've all worked reliably and well. The one downside to this particular model is that the speed indicator lights on top of the unit don't turn off. Which bothers some people who have it in a bedroom. But an easy and cheap fix for that seems to be to place a 1 3/4" felt pad on top of the unit during operation. The lights don't bother me.
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Fwiw I got an winix am80 refurb for 100 when I looked ~2mo ago. Got 2 cats, needed hepa filter for guests.

Not sure how slick this is if you want something larger. Am80 or the winix brand got well rated enough from consumer reports that I'm fairy certain it's good.

Feedback from guests is no or extremely mild delayed allergies so far. I blast it before for several hours before they come in.
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FYI, their customer service is useless. Replies take forever and they barely even follow up.
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I think the 411+ is worth the upgrade. I have both and the 411 doesn't have aluminum casing over the filter so it's easier to damage the filter and is flimsy. Also, the 411+ sounds more pleasing for white noise IMHO.
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It has one button design for those that hate that kind of thing, like me. Keep in mind it is for very small rooms, filters my be proprietary based on their shape, so always check replacement costs before you buy to see if it makes sense for you.
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I bought a 2 pack of these roughly 2 years ago on a deal of the day. Love them and just bought two more. Great price, thanks!
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It has one button design for those that hate that kind of thing, like me. Keep in mind it is for very small rooms, filters my be proprietary based on their shape, so always check replacement costs before you buy to see if it makes sense for you.
It works for up to 160 sq ft. The filters are cheaper than most other models, around 20 on Amazon. I have the 411 auto and I love it

I was looking for winix before getting a suggestion here for blue air and I'm glad I did. Their bigger version (211) beats out all the other competitors on a Canadian govt test lab so these should be good for its class.
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It is. I've bought several different models and they've all worked reliably and well. The one downside to this particular model is that the speed indicator lights on top of the unit don't turn off. Which bothers some people who have it in a bedroom. But an easy and cheap fix for that seems to be to place a 1 3/4" felt pad on top of the unit during operation. The lights don't bother me.
Same here! Have owned multiple models throughout the house for a couple years now and theyve all performed well for me. Used a Dylos DC1100 Pro to test/confirm.
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I have been thinking about getting a couple Mila air cleaners. These are obviously much cheaper, but do a lot smaller of an area. Anyone have any experience with Mila?
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They found the absolute cheapest way to make an air purifier, bravo.
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