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Air Purification Clearance at walmart.ca

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  • Nov 8th, 2018 8:37 am
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Nov 22, 2015
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The ozone generator seems like an amazing item to purchase.
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Dec 19, 2005
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Thanks op

Got a few questions how good are these and do u need to buy filters ect?

Need to get rid of smells and smoke etc
Last edited by sassysue on Nov 6th, 2018 11:31 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Sold and shipped by Zest Mall Inc
i would not TOUCH on third party seller
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Cheap looking.
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Jan 18, 2013
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For anyone who wants an air purifier...

Disregard the price since it's American... More like $50 CAD.
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I wouldn't bother with 3rd party sellers. Over-inflated prices and then they show a discount.
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Dec 12, 2014
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lennyandcarl wrote: For anyone who wants an air purifier...

Disregard the price since it's American... More like $50 CAD.
LoL that's a very powerful one. Would probably cost 500$ for the equivalent in-store.
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Mar 21, 2010
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carmaster wrote: I wouldn't bother with 3rd party sellers. Over-inflated prices and then they show a discount.
I don't like how Walmart makes it difficult to identify that it's not Walmart selling it. At least Amazon shows "sold by" etc. on the search page without needing to click through to each individual product.
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Manatus wrote: I don't like how Walmart makes it difficult to identify that it's not Walmart selling it. At least Amazon shows "sold by" etc. on the search page without needing to click through to each individual product.
You can always filter by seller on the left side.
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Aug 22, 2011
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I did try this DIY and it was definitely not a success story ! I bought a square fan and a filter and followed instructions as per video. The fan's motor just died within 2 days.
From my own experience, you need a fairly good quality fan or it won't be able to sustain the extra stress caused by the filter.
Since I've purchased real HEPA air purifiers and the performance is steady, reliable and honestly it looks much better.
Just for reference, this is the fan I used for this DIY: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00HQ9 ... UTF8&psc=1
Not recommended if you want to try the DIY :-(
lennyandcarl wrote: For anyone who wants an air purifier...

Disregard the price since it's American... More like $50 CAD.
Montréal, Québec
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yeah, gonna have to down-vote, not sold or fulfilled by Walmart, returns will probably be a b!tch if anything, and the first purifier is made by that great American brand "Generic" Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes , the same "manufacturer" of the USB key that was floating around here on RFD a few weeks back with "Virtual" storage, which got down-voted into OBLIVION!
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MiniTatou wrote: I did try this DIY and it was definitely not a success story ! I bought a square fan and a filter and followed instructions as per video. The fan's motor just died within 2 days.
From my own experience, you need a fairly good quality fan or it won't be able to sustain the extra stress caused by the filter.
Since I've purchased real HEPA air purifiers and the performance is steady, reliable and honestly it looks much better.
Just for reference, this is the fan I used for this DIY: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00HQ9 ... UTF8&psc=1
Not recommended if you want to try the DIY :-(
I've had two going in my house since Mid August without any issues. I used the Home Hardware brand Classic box fan .

I also have a Walmart brand one that is probably identical to that Sunbeam one that you have posted that spent all spring and summer in our bedroom window getting the occasional rain shower and also falls out of the window every week or two and is still going.

I think you just got a dud of a fan!

Real ones are so much better looking though! But damn those filters are expensive!
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Just noticed Walmart now has 3rd party sellers on board, would avoid for now
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Well I bought one. I dont feel like ever paying for the $50 replacement filters for the germ guardian I have(and I read they purposely made it so it doesnt work with third party filters)
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Meeseeks wrote: You want some pure air? open a window.
I always do. But I also don't like the dust that comes with it.
-_-
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Yes, probably ! Could also be the filtre. Can't remember the filter brand but could be a Garrison from Canadian Tire.
Still, I'm pretty impress that yours are going strong and steady !

Forgot to mention another DIY Air Purifier I'm using 24/7 since 2-3 years. I'm using an old Bionaire BAP 540 (http://www.allergytech.com/bionaire_bap540.htm) found in the garbage. It works with a small turbine instead of a fan. Filters for this AP were selling at the time for ± $100, which were much too expensive in my opinion. This is a weird filtre (https://www.amazon.ca/BAP540-Bionaire-C ... B0009GZJO2) but I kept the frame, removed the HEPA filter which was glued into place and every 3-4 month, using either a Garrison or 3M filtre that I cut in half, I tape (using duck tape) the new filtre to the frame. If needed, there's enough room to add a charcoal filtre (didn't use these one but just to show as an exemple: https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/bionaire-o ... 0196977429).
It's not perfectly sealed as the OEM because of the pleated filter but it does catch a lot of dust and dog hair and the motor is not heating. The look is not that bad since the DIY is hidden inside the AP. It's quite effective in the dogs' room.


lennyandcarl wrote: I've had two going in my house since Mid August without any issues. I used the Home Hardware brand Classic box fan .

I also have a Walmart brand one that is probably identical to that Sunbeam one that you have posted that spent all spring and summer in our bedroom window getting the occasional rain shower and also falls out of the window every week or two and is still going.

I think you just got a dud of a fan!

Real ones are so much better looking though! But damn those filters are expensive!
Montréal, Québec

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