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[Costco] Winix C535 Air Purifier - $169.99

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[Costco] Winix C535 Air Purifier - $169.99

For those looking to buy one, it looks like the Winix C535 Air Purifier has been freshly restocked at Costco (529 units left as of this writing Edit: restocked again overnight and 900+ units available).

https://www.costco.ca/winix-c535-air-pu ... 73046.html
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Thanks OP. Bought one off of the last restock — so far very satisfied with it versus my Coway. Just ordered another now for my parents. They’re very pleased.
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Are there any purifiers that would be suitable for. 600 sqft basement or would the vfm choice be to get two of these?

Would a dehumidifier help in any way in conjunction with this?
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What do you use the purifier for?
Vasilyke wrote: Are there any purifiers that would be suitable for. 600 sqft basement or would the vfm choice be to get two of these?

Would a dehumidifier help in any way in conjunction with this?
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82 wrote: What do you use the purifier for?
Dust, allergens and a boxer roommate who might suffer from seasonal allergies and is scratching a bit more than usual.
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$155 if your local Costco warehouse has them in stock.
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I keep hearing about these being toxic or unsafe due to ozone issues. Has anyone felt weird or maybe grown a third arm since acquiring this purifier?
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SizzleChest wrote: $155 if your local Costco warehouse has them in stock.
If in ON, I haven't been to a warehouse since the lockdown started, so no idea if the entire warehouse is open or they've restricted access to only groceries/'essential' goods...
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Bought one last one and I am very happy with it. Looks very nice also and modern. I checked the pre filter and surprisingly sawnitnhad caught a lot of dust which I was pleased to see. The air has been noticeably fresher, we also cook fragrant Indian food and it helps with those odours Aswell. My youngest suffers from mild asthma and wheezing so we hope this helps also
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toguy wrote: If in ON, I haven't been to a warehouse since the lockdown started, so no idea if the entire warehouse is open or they've restricted access to only groceries/'essential' goods...
Just went yesterday to buy foods, and all "non essential" stuffs were covered and not allowed to touch.

The weird part to me, is that they allow the sale of vitamins and supplements but not toothbrush (heads) and Brita filters, we aren't likely going to die in a month without vitamins but we are supposed to drink water and brush our teeth everyday... 🧐
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Thank-You for posting, managed to snag one this time, see how it compares to my old Blueairs.
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That doesn't sound like respiratory symptoms. I guess it doesn't hurt to try. However, it is very noisy when running it at max speed. If the basement is ventilated by furnace fan, you can install a high MERV rating filter to see if that helps too.

If your basement is humid, it may cause mold growth and definitely can cause allergic reaction and all kinds of health issues. Whether you need a dehumidifier depends on the humidify, go get a hygrometer.
Vasilyke wrote: Dust, allergens and a boxer roommate who might suffer from seasonal allergies and is scratching a bit more than usual.
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82 wrote: That doesn't sound like respiratory symptoms. I guess it doesn't hurt to try. However, it is very noisy when running it at max speed. If the basement is ventilated by furnace fan, you can install a high MERV rating filter to see if that helps too.

If your basement is humid, it may cause mold growth and definitely can cause allergic reaction and all kinds of health issues. Whether you need a dehumidifier depends on the humidify, go get a hygrometer.
I already have a dehumidifier. I’m just thinking if I should get a purifier to help with allergies.
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Does anybody know how loud it gets?
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tattashot wrote: Does anybody know how loud it gets?
There are 4 fan levels, the first two are relatively quiet and its unlikely you'll hear it with a tv on in the same room... The 3rd level is definitely more noticeable and you can't miss the highest fan level, but it's similar to having a fan on in the room...
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tattashot wrote: Does anybody know how loud it gets?
On the highest setting it’s noticeable but if it’s on the lowest it’s whisper quiet. This is probably the quietest purifier I’ve had so far and would highly recommend.
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It is not allowed to buy these non essential items in Ontario in warehouse right now

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