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|Dimensions||(H)101.8 x (W)11.0 x (D)19.0|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 Year|
|Operated By Remote Control||Yes|
|Warranty Registration Required||With Dyson within 28 days of purchase|
|Pure Cool Link||Yes|
|Dimensions||(H)101.8 x (W)11.0 x (D)19.0|
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This Dyson Pure Cool Link tall air purifier eliminates 99.95% of unsafe airborne particles from your home. An advanced HEPA filtration system removes dangerous allergens from the air – alleviating allergy and asthma symptoms and providing safe air quality for babies and children. Connect to the Dyson Smartphone App to use the purifier to monitor and control the air quality in every room of your home remotely. In Night Mode, this purifier operates whisper-quietly - so you can sleep soundly. And, for those stuffy summer days, this model even doubles as a cooling fan.
Great Product.... quiet at night which is the best aspect and enough air movement to make the difference.
My Dyson Pure Cool Link Air Purifier is an absolutely fantastic purchase. I keep Parrots and over the years I have had several different air purifiers but have to say this one keeps my room really fresh and dust free. Other cool thing about the tower is you can control it via an App how cool is that
The Dyson Pure Link Cool TP02 air purifier is Dyson’s top of the range air purifying fan. As you’d expect with Dyson it is brilliantly designed and aesthetically beautiful, whilst using the latest technology in air filtration. It is on the large side and so is unlikely to be used on a table/desk, however due to the height of the base, when placed on the floor the air it emits is at the perfect height (please note there is a desktop version with a more rounded design, which may be of more interest if planning on using one on the desk). The gloss white and silver finish does look fantastic however I would like to see some different colour schemes such as black/grey, to enable the purifier to fit into different rooms. It is very simple to assemble requiring a simple push and click of the two main pieces. It can work straight out of the box using the remote (which magnetises to the top of the purifier to keep it safe whilst adding to the elegant design) however to get the most out of it, it must be connected to an app on your smartphone. The app talks you through the very simple and quick installation and gets you on your way within a couple of minutes. The app also contains some video guides on what the purifier is capable of. It is possible to change the settings (fan speed, oscillation etc) using the app however in reality it is easier to do this with the included remote. The app however allows you to set schedules (if for instance you work away during the day and have less need for the fan to be on) and more importantly gives you a graphical representation of the Air Quality Index (AQI). This is great for seeing just how much work the product is actually doing and can reassure you that your household is allergen/pollutant free. The auto feature is brilliant as this allows the product to regularly assess the air and adjust the fan speed as necessary. This means if the AQI drops, the fan will blow more air out and make a bit more noise, to keep the air quality good. You can select within the app, your target for AQI, dependent on how severe your allergies are/how desperately clean you want the air. A night mode button is included which shuts the fan speed down and makes next to no noise, whilst still filtering the air. Be aware, even on night mode if the purifier is on ‘auto’ the fan will pick up during the night. It is limited to fan speed 4 which may be enough to wake some people, however a blast of cool air can be nice. This can be avoided by turning auto mode off at night. Obviously you can have full control over the product, selecting whatever fan speed you would like and turn it off whenever you like, essentially treating it more as a fan than a purifier. However my recommendation would be to leave it on auto and let it do what it was designed to. The app does enable you to make changes to the settings even when not at home, which means it can become nice and easy to give your family members a fright. What interested me was the technology involved. Mr Dyson is a very clever man and it is great to see his numerous inventions over the years. This purifier uses a HEPA filter which is the same technology seen in operating theatres, so it must be good! Medical appliances tend to have a money-no-object design to them, as peoples health is of the utmost importance. So to see the same technology here is reassuring. So is it worth it? As a company, I don’t think you can go wrong with Dyson. As always they have produced an elegant, attractive product that does what it sets out to do efficiently and effectively. It has a 2 year warranty and the actual filter will only need replacing every 12 months or longer (depending on usage - 12 months if the fan is on 12 hours a day). The price of each filter replacement is around £50. The issue here is whether you will see/feel any difference. Using the app you may well get a visual confirmation that the air you’re breathing is cleaner and purer than previously, but is this something you would notice otherwise? My guess is probably not. If you are someone with severe allergies then I would be extremely interested in seeing how this helps although there may be some subjectivity. In theory, by removing the proposed 99.5% of pollutants/allergans from the air in the room then a sufferer may find they need medications/inhalers less in which case this product really would be for you. It is important to remember however that the air will only be purified within the room where the product is placed, and so benefits will be lost as you go upstairs etc. For this reason I would recommend placing the purifier in the room that you spend the most time in, or where the AQI is worst (rooms with pets etc). Obviously multiple purifiers could be used around the house. For the non-allergy sufferers I think it really comes down to how much of a problem you believe air pollution is. In England we are probably blessed with ‘cleaner air’ than other countries however research has shown that our houses can harbour up to 5 times more pollutants than outside. Our lungs filter out millions of particles within the air every day, most of which will be deposited as sputum and some of which may remain in the lungs. The idea of a machine removing some of these for you is promising. The issue here is that you cannot tell the difference in what you breathe in currently and are unlikely to know what long-term effects it has till much further down the line (think Asbestos and all the issues that has caused). So if you feel like the peace of mind this product would bring you would make a difference to your well-being (with the very real probability that it may reduce the risk of both short and long term health/lung issues) then I fully recommend this product to you as I feel no others will do it so effectively and beautifully. If you want to literally ‘taste the benefits’ of products and really feel the tangible differences they make, then a standard fan is probably the one for you.
I couldn't wait to get my hands on the Dyson Pure Cool Link air purifier. My little girl suffers terribly from various allergies and both her and my little boy have asthma so anything that can help my children breathe easier has to be worth a try. I was expecting to have to have to do a fair bit of assembly as with the majority of products on the market. However, once the box was opened and I had removed all the contents I was surprised to find that the purifier is in just two bits that click together in a matter of seconds: the base unit which holds the 360 degree glass HEPA filter and the loop amplifier (the bit the air comes out of!). The purifier/fan utilises Dyson’s bladeless technology which is amazing for safety purposes with my children in the house. Despite them not being overly little any more, the temptation to stick fingers or anything into moving blades on fans is always there. The filter is designed to remove 99.95% of allergens, pollutants and odours from the air down to 0.1 microns. It works by taking the air in through the base and filter and then once cleaned, the purified air comes out through the loop amplifier. Dyson recommend that the filter should be replaced after 4300 hours of use, which amounts to around 6 months of constant use. When it is time to change the filter, this can be done quickly and easily in just a minute or two. The base unit not only contains the filter but also a small power button and a small display area that indicates what speed the fan is set to and whether it is on auto mode or not. There are also sensors that detect the temperature as well as the air quality levels in the room so it can feed the information back to the app that can be used with the purifier unit and also so it knows when to be purifying the air when the unit is in auto mode. The remote, when not needed, can rest on top of the loop amplifier thanks to it’s clever magnet. It allows you to turn the purifier on and off, change the fan speed, place the unit on a sleep timer, enable the unit to oscillate, put the unit into night mode and auto mode. The fan has 10 speeds, the higher the number the faster the speed and the cooler the room will be. I can’t wait to be able to utilise this high powered fan during the hotter months. The fan is fairly quiet whilst in use although obviously on the higher speeds it is louder. The sleep timer will switch your unit off after a set amount of time. It goes up in 15 minute increments for the first hour, then hourly up to 9 hours. Night mode changes the fan speed to 4 if it is already set at a higher speed to keep the noise level down and maintain comfort, if the starting speed is less than 4 it will stay at the level set. The display also dims and reduces itself to just a small crescent moon symbol. Auto mode enables the Dyson Pure Cool Link to constantly monitor the air quality of the room and adjust the fan speed in order to cleanse the air quickly. When the air quality is low, a white A will show on the display. The worse the unit deems the air quality to be, the faster the fan speed will be. As the air quality improves, the fan speed will slow down until the air quality is deemed as good, at which point the ‘A’ on the display will change to green and the fan and unit will go into standby mode until the next time the unit senses the air quality has deteriorated. The app that accompanies the Dyson Pure Cool Link purifier connects to the unit through its own WiFi. Inside the box, on the instruction manual and also on a sticker that is initially on the front of the unit there is a WiFi password enabling you to pair up with it. It took a few minutes to get the app installed and up and running. It can do everything the remote can with a few extra functions too, including setting the target air quality you would like based on your needs and telling you when your filter needs to be replaced. You can also set schedules on it, if for instance you wanted it to turn on and have cleaned the air in time for you returning home from work. Overall I think the Dyson Pure Cool Link is perfect for our needs, I feel comfortable knowing that any potential allergens that would usually trigger off a reaction in my daughter have been removed thanks to this.
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