Blueair Blue 3610 Air Purifier Replacement Filter
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The particle filter layer minimises the airborne particles that can trigger allergy symptoms, including pollen, dust, mould spores, pet dander, viruses, bacteria, and fine smoke particles.
The layer of activated coconut carbon absorbs light gases, including volatile organic compounds (VOC), smog, chemicals, and unwanted household odours from pets, smoke, and cooking.
The combination filter must be replaced every 6 months (4,380 hours) when used 24 hours a day.
Delivery And Returns
As soon as you place your order, you will receive an order confirmation e-mail. We will automatically reach out to our supplier to confirm that the item is in stock. If your item is in stock, we will process the charges to your credit or debit card.
Free Delivery On Orders Over £50
Dispatched directly from a supplier in the UK.
Order processing time: 1-2 business days.
Estimated delivery time: 1-2 business days.
Orders are not shipped or delivered on weekends or during public holidays.
If we are experiencing a high volume of orders, shipments may be delayed by a few days.
Naturally, we hope you'll love your purchase, but it's OK to change your mind.
Our return policy lasts 14 days.
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How often do I need to replace the combination filter?
To maintain optimum performance, Blueair recommends changing the filter about once every 6-months when used 24 hours a day. The built-in LED warning system glows red when it's time to change the filter. Occasionally vacuum the inside and outside of the main filter to remove any dust.
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How we give back
For every product you buy we donate £2 through JustGiving to "Cots for Tots" - the special care baby charity for sick and premature babies at Bristol’s Special Care Baby Unit at St. Michael’s Hospital.