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Blueair Smokestop Filter for 400 Series Air Purifier

by Blueair

List Price: $139.99
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  • Replacement filter for the Blueair 402, 403, 410, 450E, and 455EB air purifiers
  • Superior HEPASilent® technology combines electrostatic and mechanical filtration for high efficiency
  • Activated carbon fortified with magnesium dioxide and copper dioxide filters out gas and odor
  • Resists clogging and maximize airflow with a gradient filter structure, never releasing particles
  • Chemical free and naturally anti-bacterial filter fibers prevent bacteria and mold growth
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21 x 10.4 x 4.2 inches ; 4.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0002EXDRG
  • Item model number: 400 SmokestopFilter
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #140,402 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

The 400 Series SmokeStopTM replacement filter is designed for the Blueair 402, 403, 410, 450E, and 455EB air purifiers. Using carbon, activated with magnesium dioxide and copper oxide, the SmokeStop filter is ideal for environments exposed to heavy gaseous pollutants, such as tobacco smoke, ethylene oxide, harmful VOCs, and odors. Using the same HEPASilent technology as our particle filters, the 400 Series SmokeStop filter removes 99.97% of harmful particles down to 0.1 microns in size, such as dust, pollen, viruses, and mold spores. In addition to activated carbon, this filter uses polypropylene and polyethylene thermally bonded fibers to capture harmful airborne particles. The gradient filter structure is naturally anti-bacterial and fiber shedding resistant; so the only thing you'll add back into your environment is clean air. Blueair recommends changing the filter in your air purifier every 6 months. The use of a filter with activated carbon in your air purifier can result in lower airflow and CADR.

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Customer Reviews

It's too bad it's so expensive.
A. Bennett
So even though we need to change the filter a bit more frequently, I'm very happy with the job it does overall.
Highlander
They say it normally lasts for six months so time will tell.
T.M. Tolkien

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Marino Shauye on March 22, 2008
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You're probably completely shocked that this Smokestop Filter costs as much as it does. But trust me, if you have any problems with odors, it's worth EVERY penny.

I normally use the regular Blueair filter for the 402, but I purchased the Smokestop after my neighborhood was flooded with horrible fumes from a nearby methane gas leak. The authorities deemed the gases as harmless, so no evacuations were ordered. However, being very sensitive to fumes of any kind, I became very ill. With no other place to go, I put the Smokestop filter into my 402 and moved the air cleaner into my smallest bedroom, where I camped out for the next couple of days. A trip to any other room of the house left me feeling nauseous, dizzy, with a raging headache and difficulty breathing within minutes (but the fumes were "harmless"!!). The room with the Blueair equipped with the Smokestop filter was absolutely free of odor. It was incredible.

Since not everyone has methane gas leaks permeating their homes (thankfully!), you may never get the chance to test the filter in this way. But it no doubt works wonders with cigarette smoke and other offensive odors that waft into your home.

The filter has 2 "chambers." One filled with activated charcoal, and the other with the familiar Blueair patented white filter. So it doesn't just stop with odors, it still cleans particles from the air with great efficiency, and best of all, Q-U-I-E-T-ly. Just remember to change it after 6 months, even if it means going back to the regular (and cheaper) filter. Happy breathing!

SEPT. 2008 ADDENDUM: I had another fume problem, this time, toxic deck sealant fumes from a home repair seeping into the house. I purchased another Smokestop filter and this time I noticed an odor coming from the filter itself.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By slm on February 24, 2013
If given the option to rate with fractional values I'd give this a 3.5 star rating. Blueair filters are extremely expensive compared to their competitors and their warranty requires that filters be replaced every 6 months, which is often more often than needed. If you are extremely sensitive to noise the Blueair filters offer some of the lowest noise levels of any air filter on the market, but one has to pay dearly for this feature. If you already own a Blueair filter there are only two choices available to you: the particle filter at $60 and the smokestop filter at $120; there are no third party vendors. The smokestop filter has 2 pounds of activated carbon to control gaseous pollutants and odors in addition to the HEPA filter found in the cheaper particle only filter. The smokestop filter also has a foam prefilter in the back that can be brushed to removed dust buildup; thus, it will probably last longer than the particle filter, which lacks a prefilter (although if you choose to use the filter for more than 6 months you void the warranty). The particle filter has absolutely no activated carbon so if offers zero protection from gaseous pollutants and most users will be better off with the smokestop filter unless that are also running other air purifiers in conjunction with the Blueair filter. The smokestop filter does a good job and provides full spectrum filtration, the only negative feature is that it is overpriced compared to filters of similar quality for other air purifiers.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Savvy Consumer on March 27, 2013
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This filter is probably not worth the extra dough. It doesn't remove smells quickly (at full speed) however it does remove a decent amount of VOC's over time. This is due to having a very thin layer of carbon that performs best for about a month. At full price, I would probably opt for the regular filter - if you don't smoke of have a major problem with VOC's - this filter is an more of a luxury and less of an upgrade. Someone mentioned that the thicker / denser filter significantly muffles the sound of the air-filter - not true.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dicky0770 on September 24, 2011
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I had been buying this product direct from the company because my fiance is alergic to smoke and I am a smoker. Product works great and I found that it's a lot cheaper on Amazon.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Allan C. on October 21, 2009
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Difficult to get a bargain with these but buying thru Amazon offers dependability with the order. Reasonable shipping.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By musickat on May 24, 2014
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I suffer from HORRIBLE allergies, especially during this current 'allergy vortex.' I am thrilled to have found the BlueAir machines a couple of years ago. The filters, while expensive, really keep the air 'breathable' in my home. These are a must for allergy sufferers.
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When I first got our Blueair, I got the particle filters. They seemed to work very well. Since we live near a road, and our dog has smelly dog guests, I thought I would try the smokestop version for fumes and smells. I can't really evaluate how well it worked for fumes; it did not seem to help with the smells. The main problem with it is that it really makes the machine run much more loudly; it is as if it has to struggle to push the air through the filter. I don't mind the noise in itself, but it seems as if the machine isn't truly built to deal with this filter. After three months, I've switched back to the particle filter; I am going to save the Smokestop for when there are nearby air pollution incidents (which do happen around here).
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