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Winix C545 True HEPA 4-Stage Wi-Fi Air Purifier (Refurbished) EXPIRED

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Woot has Winix C545 True HEPA 4-Stage Wi-Fi Air Purifier (Refurbished) for $69.99. Shipping is free for Amazon Prime Members (must login with your Amazon account) or is otherwise $6 per order.

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Includes:
  • 1x Winix C545 True HEPA Air Cleaner, WiFi Enabled
  • 1x True HEPA Filter (New)
  • 4 x Odor Control Carbon Filters (New)
Features:
  • True Hepa Filtration
  • PlasmaWave Technology
  • Air Quality Visual Indicator
  • Auto-mode/Smart Sensors
  • Energy Star Certified
  • AHAM Verified room size of 360 sq. ft.

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    • This price matches this previous Frontpage deal for a refurbished unit.
    • Estimated delivery Oct 11 - Oct 13
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Woot! is selling the Winix C545 4-Stage Air Purifier with WiFi + Plasma Wave Technology (Factory Reconditioned) for $69.99. Free shipping for Amazon Prime Members, otherwise it's a flat $6 shipping rate. Woot! is an Amazon company

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SteakNCheese asked this question on 10-03-2022 at 05:47 AM
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https://www.bradsdeals.com/blog/why-some-products-arent-shipping-to-california

Likely someone on the vendor side or Amazon didn’t check the right boxes on the prop 65 forms. These are definitely compliant as I had mine shipped from Costco no problem.
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I did get my rebates, although it might depend on fine print (for me, rebate rules did not say anything).
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Good question I guess I wasn't clear...I have bought eight and they are all in service without any issues....the oldest one I bought is from July 2016, which has thousands of hours on it and it runs like new. They are really only effective for one room given they can only suck up so much air around them, so I've taken to get one for each room, since dust is generated in every room in one way or another, some more than others. I am sensitive to dust & pet dander so these units have essentially increased my quality of life significantly, hence my eight purchase. At $70 it is really a no brainer, I have four of these Woot C545 "refurbs" and they all came as new as far as I could tell. I don't use the wifi, it's actually a pain in the ass to connect, so not worth the hassle since I just leave them on either auto or some other setting which I manually change based on what's going on in the room in question at the time.
brand new at costco is $100 and comes with extra filters and superior returns.

i know not everyone has a costco membership but for those that do, is that way better deal than a refurb?

also those with costco citi get cashback
Thanks....this is like my eighth one...

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Thanks....this is like my eighth one...
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Thanks....this is like my eighth one...
Is that a good thing or bad ?
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Is that a good thing or bad ?

Good question I guess I wasn't clear...I have bought eight and they are all in service without any issues....the oldest one I bought is from July 2016, which has thousands of hours on it and it runs like new. They are really only effective for one room given they can only suck up so much air around them, so I've taken to get one for each room, since dust is generated in every room in one way or another, some more than others. I am sensitive to dust & pet dander so these units have essentially increased my quality of life significantly, hence my eight purchase. At $70 it is really a no brainer, I have four of these Woot C545 "refurbs" and they all came as new as far as I could tell. I don't use the wifi, it's actually a pain in the ass to connect, so not worth the hassle since I just leave them on either auto or some other setting which I manually change based on what's going on in the room in question at the time.
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Quote from karazi :
Good question I guess I wasn't clear...I have bought eight and they are all in service without any issues....the oldest one I bought is from July 2016, which has thousands of hours on it and it runs like new. They are really only effective for one room given they can only suck up so much air around them, so I've taken to get one for each room, since dust is generated in every room in one way or another, some more than others. I am sensitive to dust & pet dander so these units have essentially increased my quality of life significantly, hence my eight purchase. At $70 it is really a no brainer, I have four of these Woot C545 "refurbs" and they all came as new as far as I could tell. I don't use the wifi, it's actually a pain in the ass to connect, so not worth the hassle since I just leave them on either auto or some other setting which I manually change based on what's going on in the room in question at the time.
I have several of these, a couple of things I will add, they work great on Wi-Fi.

Download the app, connect, update the firmware.

What I do is I create a schedule for everyday say it like 8:00 p.m. to enable the sleep mode which turns off the lights on the unit.

Then I have it set to go back to auto mode at 7:00 a.m..

That $70 these are a no-brainer
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I have several of these, a couple of things I will add, they work great on Wi-Fi.

Download the app, connect, update the firmware.

What I do is I create a schedule for everyday say it like 8:00 p.m. to enable the sleep mode which turns off the lights on the unit.

Then I have it set to go back to auto mode at 7:00 a.m..

That $70 these are a no-brainer
How often do you change the filter?
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Cant be shipped to CA.........
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How often do you change the filter?
Depends on the environment really but mainly once a year
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brand new at costco is $100 and comes with extra filters and superior returns.

i know not everyone has a costco membership but for those that do, is that way better deal than a refurb?

also those with costco citi get cashback
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brand new at costco is $100 and comes with extra filters and superior returns.

i know not everyone has a costco membership but for those that do, is that way better deal than a refurb?

also those with costco citi get cashback
I was wondering about this as well. Also, does the costco one go on clearance?
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I was wondering if anyone can give feedback whether or not using an air compressor to clean the filters is a good idea.

This YouTube user [youtube.com] does this and is pretty confident that the cleaning is effective and does no damage to the filter but perhaps he is wrong?

It would be great to clean and reuse the Winix C545 filters as they are somewhat expensive to replace, especially is you have multiple air purifiers.
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I was wondering if anyone can give feedback whether or not using an air compressor to clean the filters is a good idea.

This YouTube user [youtube.com] does this and is pretty confident that the cleaning is effective and does no damage to the filter but perhaps he is wrong?

It would be great to clean and reuse the Winix C545 filters as they are somewhat expensive to replace, especially is you have multiple air purifiers.
Might be better to just vacuum (outdoors), as some in the video comments noted.
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Beware! I am not sure how the quality is on this particular model.

I purchased one, directly from Winix. While cleaning, I accidentally tipped it forward and it fell flat. The fan inside started making noises at the highest speed, but it was fine at a speed below the highest.

I love these units and $70 is a great deal, but make sure you are careful with them. Because once the warranty ends, you won't be able to get a replacement from Winix or somewhere else.

In which case, Costco might be a good option.
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Why can't this be shipped to CA?
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