Winix C535 True HEPA Air Cleaner

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Winix C535 True HEPA Air Cleaner
Price: $69.99
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Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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Filter set:
https://www.sylvane.com/winix-filter-set-115115.html

Cost- $66.95
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Product Overview

The Winix Size 21 Replacement Filter Set (115115) includes a true HEPA filter and 4 carbon pre-filters. That’s enough filters to last an entire year. The true HEPA filter lasts up to 1 year and each carbon pre-filter lasts 3 months. Customers who purchase this filter package will need to remove the cartridge provided with Winix air purifier and only use the HEPA and a carbon filter to catch particles and odors.

This filter set is designed to fit Winix air cleaner models P300, U300, 9500, 9000, 6300, 5500, 5300, 5000B, 5000, C535.
Filter Dimensions

Approximate filter dimensions:

HEPA Filter: 16.4"(H) x 12.5"(W) x 2.5"(D)
Carbon Filters (4): 16.4"(H) x 12.5"(W) x 0.7"(D)

This is a Costco specific model. Reviews say roughly equivalent to 5300-2 but comes with a remote. Also is white with holes in the front vs. silvery gray with vertical lines.

I’ve seen it in Costco for ~$130.

Wow I thought maybe I wanted this air cleaner, but it’s not worth paying that much for filters to me

Refurbished but reviews linked to new one kind of shady marketing there.

Does it eliminate mold in the air?

Use fakespot.com. All the reviews for this are fake. I agree that the disposables for this unit are too expensive.

Try a little cheaper than that…

$25.50 and that is good for a year

https://www.amazon.com/Replacement-Purifier-WAC5300-WAC5500-WAC6300/dp/B01MAZF817/ref=asc_df_B01MAZF817/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=198075633048&hvpos=1o4&hvnetw=g&hvrand=5132908284880045460&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9017315&hvtargid=pla-363620821803&psc=1

In for one. This will actually be my second unit. The first I bought for $80 a while back from Costco through Google Express. I will warn those who are interested the fans have a tendency to become unbalanced leading to a clicking or ticking noise. I tried to call use my warranty because it was within the factory warranty window, but they wanted me to pay the shipping which I thought was BS, so I’ll just deal with the occasional noise. Outside of that they work well…otherwise I wouldn’t risk getting another.

I have 9 HEPA filters in various places in my home (4 different brands). 4 of them are this unit and it is by far the best quality and value. I have had zero problems with it. No fan clicking noise as noted by another Wooter, good range of fan speeds, inexpensive replacement filters on Amazon, attractive looking, quality built. I highly recommend this unit - especially at this price. Go for it!

I bought 2 from Costco and both ended up with the wobble and clicking noise, specifically on the low setting we used during sleeping. We used in bedroom and returned because of the noise, otherwise, really liked it.

Does this go in a window or sit on the floor?

Check the mothership for filters for this model…there are some that are a LOT less. This is the third one we are buying for our house.

Darn you Woot! We just ordered a second (new ) unit Tuesday from AMZ and now you have this one!

My wife loves this unit as it is quiet and seems to work well.

“isinlive True HEPA Plus 4 Carbon Replacement Filter A 115115 Size 21 for Winix PlasmaWave air Purifier … C535”

$27.70

We bought this an it is an exact replacement plus 4 carbon filters.

Right there on AZM.

Sits on floor, very skinny. Wife approved.

[QUOTE=condor1, post:8, topic:759771]
Use fakespot.com. All the reviews for this are fake. I agree that the disposables for this unit are too expensive.[/quote

Fakespot is not 100% accurate, like most things on the net. It tends to dismiss reviews that are inarticulate or too short. Plus Amazon has clamped down hard on such activities and this major Korean company is not the same as a fly-by- night one shot importer.

But if you wish to trust your buying habits to a suspect bit of software, go right ahead.

The problem you bring up is one that most things labeled “HEPA” actually aren’t. Real HEPA filters are in fact not cheap, but all the fake HEPA filters screw with people’s expectations of what HEPA is and how much they cost and how often they have to be replaced. I think for a true HEPA filter replacement, the price seems appropriate.

Tried an inexpensive “HEPA” filter for my vacuum - it was a joke. I won’t make that mistake again. I’ll pay the big bucks - my health is worth it.