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Dyson Pure Cool Me - Bladeless Fan & Air Purifier - £229 Delivered @ Appliances Direct
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Posted 5th Apr

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This won't be for everyone, but lowest I've ever seen it. Was originally £299 but has dropped to £249.99 across most sites. Still quite expensive but as expected with Dyson products & may be useful now the warm weather is approaching & with potentially being stuck inside for many more days & cleaning the air.

The first Dyson personal purifier fan. Cools in summer.


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Cool with purified air. Not dirty air
Our personal purifier fan is engineered to help improve air quality. It projects cooling, filtered air – wherever you need it.

Removes 99.95% of allergens and pollutants from the air¹
The fully-sealed filter combines an activated carbon filter to remove gases, and a Glass HEPA filter that captures 99.95% of ultrafine particles from the air.1

Focused airflow, at your fingertips
Using Core Flow™ technology to project a precise stream of air, you can adjust the dome’s position to angle the flow higher or lower. With 70˚ oscillation.

For a comfortable night’s sleep
Set the sleep timer anywhere between 30 minutes and 8 hours. So you can keep cool and comfortable while you rest.

See your machine’s status
The LCD screen show you airflow speed, modes and filter life.

Plus:
Easy filter maintenance with built-in reminders to show when each filter needs changing

Remote control

1 Tested to EN1822. Particles as small as 0.1 microns.
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lucas05/04/2020 13:00

Fools and their money...


Air purifiers have been proven to work, especially for people with asthma and hay fever. And if people want to splurge abit on themselves, it’s their money and they can do what they want. This is cheaper than it usually is (albeit only by about £20-£30)
Sharpharp05/04/2020 13:17

The plastic of these units is no better than you'd find in a 99p store …The plastic of these units is no better than you'd find in a 99p store item... Don't believe the marketing, all Dyson products are poor quality.


Not really. I’ve found Dyson products to last quite a long time, they’re powerful and sleek and just work but each to their own.
Apparently, you can turn this into your very own ventilator with some duct tape and sticky-backed plastic.
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Fools and their money...
lucas05/04/2020 13:00

Fools and their money...


Air purifiers have been proven to work, especially for people with asthma and hay fever. And if people want to splurge abit on themselves, it’s their money and they can do what they want. This is cheaper than it usually is (albeit only by about £20-£30)
It doesn't even specify it's CADR
Apparently, you can turn this into your very own ventilator with some duct tape and sticky-backed plastic.
UltraMagnus05/04/2020 13:06

It doesn't even specify it's CADR


Pretty sure I read Dyson do their own testing now as the CADR is an old method from the 1980s
.. Could be wrong though!
Shafiq_Amin05/04/2020 13:05

Air purifiers have been proven to work, especially for people with asthma …Air purifiers have been proven to work, especially for people with asthma and hay fever. And if people want to splurge abit on themselves, it’s their money and they can do what they want. This is cheaper than it usually is (albeit only by about £20-£30)


Can you point us to studies showing that they’re proven to work? Genuinely interested but can’t find a respectable source actually ‘proving’ the benefits...
£65 for the filter , lasts 6 months if it’s on. 247 or 12 months at 12 hr a day
The plastic of these units is no better than you'd find in a 99p store item... Don't believe the marketing, all Dyson products are poor quality.
Thyme05/04/2020 13:15

Can you point us to studies showing that they’re proven to work? Genuinely …Can you point us to studies showing that they’re proven to work? Genuinely interested but can’t find a respectable source actually ‘proving’ the benefits...



Have a read of this.

Talks about the use of Air Purifiers here & How HEPA filters are used in Hospitals etc
Thyme05/04/2020 13:15

Can you point us to studies showing that they’re proven to work? Genuinely …Can you point us to studies showing that they’re proven to work? Genuinely interested but can’t find a respectable source actually ‘proving’ the benefits...


I mean if you have asthma it’s quite obvious as to how it does it but if not:

iaqscience.lbl.gov/sit…pdf

Or

tandfonline.com/doi…s20

It’s a quick google search if you want to check yourself.
Sharpharp05/04/2020 13:17

The plastic of these units is no better than you'd find in a 99p store …The plastic of these units is no better than you'd find in a 99p store item... Don't believe the marketing, all Dyson products are poor quality.


Not really. I’ve found Dyson products to last quite a long time, they’re powerful and sleek and just work but each to their own.
Fantastic product , amazing in summertime for my daughter who suffers badly from hay fever, I love how it’s so portable so I can use on my desk when it’s not in others use !
Shafiq_Amin05/04/2020 13:25

I mean if you have asthma it’s quite obvious as to how it does it but if n …I mean if you have asthma it’s quite obvious as to how it does it but if not:https://iaqscience.lbl.gov/sites/default/files/air-1.pdfOr https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02770903.2016.1218011?src=recsys&journalCode=ijas20It’s a quick google search if you want to check yourself.


"Particle filtration can be modestly effective in reducing adverse allergy and asthma outcomes, particularly in homes with pets."
UnprecedentedMeasures05/04/2020 13:38

Fantastic product , amazing in summertime for my daughter who suffers …Fantastic product , amazing in summertime for my daughter who suffers badly from hay fever, I love how it’s so portable so I can use on my desk when it’s not in others use !


It sounds really good and I’m thinking of getting one. Sounds abit weird, but how much have her hay fever symptoms reduced by (% wise)? It’s just that I suffer badly from hay fever too and want to know if it’s an investment that’s worth it.
Thyme05/04/2020 13:41

"Particle filtration can be modestly effective in reducing adverse allergy …"Particle filtration can be modestly effective in reducing adverse allergy and asthma outcomes, particularly in homes with pets."


Np
This or the blue air purifier that’s only £130?
Shafiq_Amin05/04/2020 14:15

This or the blue air purifier that’s only £130?


Dyson quality is absolutely incredible , I wouldn’t trust any other brand
Shafiq_Amin05/04/2020 14:14

It sounds really good and I’m thinking of getting one. Sounds abit weird, b …It sounds really good and I’m thinking of getting one. Sounds abit weird, but how much have her hay fever symptoms reduced by (% wise)? It’s just that I suffer badly from hay fever too and want to know if it’s an investment that’s worth it.


A good 60/70% , she can wake up with energy and no runny noses , however I would say if you can , try get thr dp04 or tp04 , they purify a whole room
I already have one of these. Why did you post this?
cb-uk05/04/2020 13:09

Apparently, you can turn this into your very own ventilator with some duct …Apparently, you can turn this into your very own ventilator with some duct tape and sticky-backed plastic.


I did think about buying a replacement filter for an air purifier to make a face mask.

But if you could battery power it, you could attach it to an inflatable costumes to make a hazmat suit amazon.co.uk/Ren…-15
H0TDEALER05/04/2020 15:00

I already have one of these. Why did you post this?


Well, how much did you pay & was it worth it?
Libre1105/04/2020 15:07

Well, how much did you pay & was it worth it?


Paid £229.01 and haven’t used it yet
Could make one using a cheap fan and filter:-



I made an air filter unit for the workshop using the fan unit from an old cooker hood and made a box out of MDF to fit the filter for a commercial workshop filter unit. Cost was < £20. The commercial workshop unit would have cost several hundred quid, the filter material for it is cheap though.

You could use an HVAC filter and a cheap fan though. Googling suggests a cheap G4 filter should remove a good percentage of pollen.
Edited by: "melted" 5th Apr
Thyme05/04/2020 13:15

Can you point us to studies showing that they’re proven to work? Genuinely …Can you point us to studies showing that they’re proven to work? Genuinely interested but can’t find a respectable source actually ‘proving’ the benefits...


Like any other expert these days.
same price on the Dyson website but £65 for replacement filters 🤮 you would be better off with the Xiaomi H3 at about £160 which has app support more air distribution and certified HEPA filters for the western markets which are about £35 each and last approx 6 months to year in the UK since out air quality isn't as bad as their intended Chinese Market.

And before anyone chimes in that the Xiaomi air purifiers aren't reliable/cheap or inaccurate I have 2 which have run for 2 years constantly and not an issue. The false readings from the particle sensor was a story from years ago and when the flaw was found they changed the particle sensor on all purifiers made thereafter and the old model affected still worked it's readout was just wrong so the auto mode couldn't be relied upon, all current models and 2s models have the upgraded particle sensor.

Anyway have a look for the Xiaomi H3 and check out their HEPA (grey) filters for yourselves
You're better off getting a proper air purifier if you want to clean your air. Alot cheaper and better than this. If you're looking to cool your room / house, you need an air con, not a fan. You could buy an air con for this price. I've owned lots of Dyson fans and sent them all back as they were rubbish, loud and felt cheaply built. Also, Dyson fans are the only fans I've ever used where the air coming out of them smelt strongly of cheap electronics - you couldn't put your face infront of the fan without getting a strong waft of it. Not even the cheapest fans I've owned did this.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 5th Apr
Shafiq_Amin05/04/2020 13:25

Not really. I’ve found Dyson products to last quite a long time, they’re po …Not really. I’ve found Dyson products to last quite a long time, they’re powerful and sleek and just work but each to their own.


Old Dyson products last a long time. I have a DC05 that is still going strong after nearly 17 years. Their new products are short term disposable junk.
I would not even call this a fan.I had one last year and it does not even cool you down. I had it at the highest setting and on a desk and I did not even think it was there cooling me.
Edited by: "dragon97" 6th Apr
lucas05/04/2020 17:51

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If I could get away with it though I would.
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