Dyson Pure Cool Link Purifier Fan is smart enough to tackle home air quality

Dyson – The British technology company is best known for its sleek bagless vacuum cleaners. It’s now introducing Dyson Pure Cool Link Purifier fan aimed to tackle the problem of home air quality. Last year, the company unleashed its first ever air purifier, but it was available only in China.

Now, the British Company is launching a brand new version of the air purifier in the United States and other markets across the globe. The new Dyson Pure Cool Link is quite similar to the first versions, except the new purifier can be connected to your Android or iOS device.

Dyson Pure Cool Link Purifier Fan
Dyson Pure Cool Link Purifier can be controlled via smartphone

Sir James Dyson, the company’s founder and CEO said:

“We think it is polluted outside of our homes, but the air inside can be far worse. Dyson engineers focused on developing a purifier that automatically removes ultrafine allergens, odors and pollutants from the indoor air, feeding real time air quality data back to you.”

Dyson Pure Cool Link consists of a 360-degree glass HEPA filter and controls the airflow to maintain a preset target air quality. It can also be used as a fan to keep rooms cool in summer. Dyson has launched two versions of the air purifier — the tower version and the desk version.

The tower version of Dyson’s new purifier is intended for larger rooms or for putting on the floor, while the desk version is smaller in size and intended for placing on desks or tables.

The British Technology Company claims that its purifier automatically removes 99.97% of allergens and pollutants as small as 0.3 microns from the atmosphere in your home. You’ll be able to monitor the interior and exterior air quality via BreezoMeter data.

Price and availability of Dyson Pure Cool Link Purifier

The Dyson Pure Cool Link purifier is now available in the U.S. for $499.99. You can order it now through the company’s website or through retailers from April 11.

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