Published on March 14th, 2024 | by Adrian Gunning

Clean Air Anytime, Anywhere For Under $130 – XCD Launches Portable Air Purifier

XCD has today unveiled its new XCD Portable Air Purifier, a compact device designed to provide fresh, purified air in your personal space wherever you go. With millions of Australians suffering from allergies and other conditions, it is a versatile companion for individuals seeking cleaner air in their daily surroundings, including removing unpleasant odours like smoke and pet smells.

Equipped with a HEPA 11 Filter, up to four hours of battery life and weighing just 330 grams, its compact design ensures it can comfortably sit on a bedside table, workstation or the cup holder of a car, making this a true personal air purifying companion that helps ensure that fresh, purified air is always within reach. Priced at $129, it is available now exclusively through JB Hi-Fi stores nationally and online.

Research shows that a significant number of Australians would benefit from cleaner air quality in their personal space. 2.7 million Australians have asthma*(1), while 4.6 million Australians suffer from hay fever and other related conditions*(2). Adding in other conditions unique to Australia, including the impact of air quality during bushfire (and bushfire preparation) season, and many Australians are increasingly concerned about the quality of the air around them.

The CSIRO has recently acknowledged that portable air purifiers equipped with high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters demonstrate remarkable efficacy in enhancing indoor air quality.

XCD Portable Air Purifier- RRP $129 – Key Features:

  • 3 Fan Speeds: Select from three fan speeds to tailor airflow to your preference, optimise energy usage, minimise noise, and adjust to different room or car sizes with ease.
  • Visible Air Quality Indicator: Easily assess air quality with the colour-coded indicator, providing instant feedback on the current air quality index. Simply observe the changing colours- blue indicates excellent air quality, green signifies good air quality, and red warns of medium to poor air quality.
  • Built-in Rechargeable Battery: Enjoy the flexibility of on-the-go usage with the built-in battery and USB-C charging capability, ensuring you never run out of power by delivering up to 4 hours of charge.
  • Power Indicator: Stay informed about the remaining battery life with the convenient power indicator, so you always know when it’s time to recharge.
  • Portable & Lightweight Design: Designed to fit seamlessly into standard car cup holders, the XCD Portable Air Purifier weighs only 0.33kg and is both portable and lightweight for maximum convenience.
  • Quiet Operation: With noise levels as low as 40dB, you’ll hardly notice that the XCD Portable Air Purifier is in operation.
  • Low Maintenance: The portable air purifier eliminates the need for replacement filters and only needs a monthly wipe down of its surface with a soft cloth.

Pricing and Availability:

The XCD Portable Air Purifier has an RRP of $129 and is available now exclusively at https://www.jbhifi.com.au/products/xcd-portable-air-purifier.



*(1) According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), as of 14DEC 2023, around 2.7 million Australians (11% of the total population) had Asthma in 202-21.

CSIRO Study 2023,  “HEPA filters a breath of fresh air in bushfire season”, Retrieved March 5, 2024, from https://www.csiro.au/en/news/All/News/2023/July/CSIRO-study-HEPA-filters-a-breath-of-fresh-air-in-bushfire-season

*(2) The National Health Survey suggests 4.6 million Australians (19.3 per cent of the population) are affected by allergic rhinitis.

Health Direct 2020, “Overview of allergies and anaphylaxis in Australia”, Retrieved March 5, 2024, from https://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/House/Health_Aged_Care_and_Sport/Allergiesandanaphylaxis/Report/section?id=committees%2freportrep%2f024422%2f72559

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2023. “Chronic respiratory conditions”, Retrieved March 5, 2024, from https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports/chronic-respiratory-conditions/chronic-respiratory-conditions/contents/about


About the Author


Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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