Looking for clean, cool air this summer? Dyson has the answer with the Dyson Pure Hot + Cool™ and Dyson Pure Cool Me™

With temperatures hitting record levels this summer do you ever dream of your very own personal cooling and purification system while you cook a plant- based meal, work at your laptop or try to sleep after kicking off your duvet in the urban heat? One of our hero summer products is the Dyson Pure Cool Me™ personal purifier fan (RRP £299.99).

Outdoor and indoor air pollution can be worse during the warmer summer months especially in built up areas when nitrogen dioxide, largely caused by industrial and road traffic pollution, reacts with hydrocarbons in the sunlight to form ozone, which can then be mixed with particles. But this new to the market purifier cleverly projects cooling, filtered air for just where you need it.

If you run a large household and need something bigger, then the Dyson Pure Hot + Cool™ (RRP£549) is a 3 in 1 purifier, fan and heater designed to clean air in a whole room*. It too purifies the air, but, as well as cooling, also heats up a room fast- handy in the middle of winter.  It captures pollutants with a 360° sealed HEPA and the activated carbon filter hat captures 99.95% of microscopic allergens and pollutants. And while it cleans out the bad guys, the Air Multiplier ™ technology delivers over 290 litres per second of smooth, yet powerful good guys- circulating purified air throughout the whole room.

 

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Pollution has reached record levels in London. To help improve air quality, an Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) now operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week within the same area of central London as the Congestion Charge. Most vehicles, including cars and vans, need to meet the ULEZ emissions standards or their drivers must pay a daily charge to drive within the zone and this September 22nd sees the launch by Mayor Sadiq Khan of the capital’s biggest car-free day to date where 12.3 miles (20km) of roads in the centre will be shut.

At this point, I have to come clean and confess that I’m a tried and tested customer. After moving close to a busy London main road I’ve been running two Dyson Pure Hot + Cool Purifiers in my home for over a year. And I think they are nothing short of genius. As a consumer journalist, I did my homework before buying one especially as they are an investment purchase. Every single review I read was glowing.  I noticed when reading through reviews that pollen and dust sufferers were particularly helped by using a Dyson purifier to clean the air in a room to relieve symptoms. I’m also a self-confessed gadget-lover, so the easy to install app that links directly to my Pure Hot + Cool purifier became pure joy as I tracked indoor pollution levels which improved daily. I had the option of using the app to control the tower or I could use the remote control which magnetically attaches or voice activation. Dyson encourages 24/7 use and the machine runs with a low hum day and night which I happily sleep through. I loved it so much I soon purchased a second one for another bedroom.

And now I’m so impressed by the ease of use and improvement in indoor air pollution that I’m saving away for one in every room in the house including the latest Dyson Pure Cool Me™ personal purifier so I can work with clean and cool air at my laptop in my home office especially as temperatures rise this summer.

*The standard purification and heating performance tests are AHAM AC1-2015 and IEC 60675 respectively. Dyson goes beyond these, by testing filtration efficiency (EN1822), air projection (DTM801), purification coverage in a 81m3 room with multiple sensors (TM-003711) and heating performance in a 35m3 room with multiple sensors (DTM 961).

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Dyson Pure Hot + Cool™ £549

A premium whole room* purification product, heating and cooling for multiple users.

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Dyson Pure Cool Me™ £299.99

For individuals that want to project cool air, precisely where they need it.

 

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