[Costco] GermGuardian air filter $199
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- December 17, 2017
Ok having issues with the link, look up germ guardian at costco.cam seen one go for as much as $189 for this model!
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Do you know what differences this model has to the newest? AC5000Ejasonandannmarie wrote: ↑Dec 4th, 2017 7:12 pmI already have 3, works really well in an old dusty house. Ever since i have two of these in my bedroom, no more snoring at night, fewer colds, allergies. Buying 2 more, one for the basement to control litter odor, the other to help son with dust in his room.
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Same model, although Amazon is 1 unit, Cost.ca is 2units for $10 more.dptrain wrote: ↑Dec 4th, 2017 7:17 pmDo you know what differences this model has to the newest? AC5000E
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B002KM ... YIK6Y9EEQB
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I bought these on Black Friday, Called into Costco customer service tonight and a did price adjustment. Thanks, OP. I bought these fans, because of the great reviews for this brand.
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Same problem. I got mine from Amazon, and I noticed, that if you use the device ON and OFF, the plastic smell is a lot worse (as though it is 'accumulating' inside). If the device is constantly ON, the smell is barely noticeable, but I assume it is still there.Krime1k wrote: ↑Dec 4th, 2017 7:37 pmSurprised no one has mentioned the plastic smell these things emit. I purchased these exact ones from Costco 6 months ago, and they smelt like plastic when on. We bought it for our baby which defeated the purpose of using it for air quality. We used it on an off a few times and after 4 months of barely any use, they started to emit a strange odour in addition to the plastic smell.
The plastic smell is a known issue, although some have reported it to go away after running it continuously for a day or so. I tried that to no avail. The odours it began to emit a few months later while being stored in the closet of a brand new house, was super weird.
Thanks to Costco's return policy, they refunded me the money. Wasn't expected it since it was so long ago, but a nice surprise.
Also, the fans are positioned on a 45 degree or so angle from the actual vertical vents, so a good portion of the air being pushed out by the fan is blocked by the plastic enclosure and blowing out on a weird angle (and not where you're aiming it).
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