Dyson Pure Link purifier



  • Heats and cools
  • Automatically captures 99.95% of fine particles such as allergens and pollutants
  • Draws air from all angles

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About this brand

In 1983, James Dyson invented the world’s first bagless vacuum cleaner. The DC01 was the first vacuum cleaner to maintain 100% of suction 100% of the time. Today, their machines are sold in more than 65 countries around the world. Dyson engineers and scientists in Britain, Singapore, and Malaysia are dedicated to inventing and improving their machines. They […]

The Dyson Pure Link purifier automatically monitors, reacts and purifies the air in your home and then sends a report directly to your Dyson Link app. This means you can easily monitor your indoor air quality and see live, local air quality metrics – straight from your smartphone.

Using Air Multiplier technology and a DC motor, the Dyson Pure Link purifier fans draw in air via a mixed flow impeller. The filters used have been pleated over 200 times, meaning it can trap ultrafine particles – including pollen, bacteria and potentially harmful ultrafine particles. Additionally, a layer of activated carbon granules, traps odours and harmful toxins like paint fumes inside the filter.  

All three approved product options (outlined below) include sensors, which detect air quality around the machine. When set in auto-mode, the machines adjust to changes in the environment, increasing airflow to a suitable level to maintain the target air quality – therefore, projecting cleaner purified air around the room evenly and quietly.

Sensitive Choice recommends that relative humidity levels be kept below 60%.

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