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DISONTINUED NOVEMBER 2011
Sorry this air purifier was discontinued in November 2011.
Please click here for our full range of air purifiers.
Dimensions: H679mm x W184mm x D185mm (H26.7in x W7.2in x D7.3in)
Base dimensions: 260mm (10.2in)
Power consumption: 48W
Voltage: 220-240V / 50Hz
Max noise level: 30 dB
Effective area: 40m²
Product code: ELITEHEPA
Review by Liz Stephens, posted on 24th March 2011.
Very quiet operation. Order arrived quickly and in perfect condition.
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