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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 24 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    An expensive, but worthwhile investment

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    nickcal
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    When you work around computers all day, the air that room can become stagnant and the temperature can be unbearable. I’ve personally been in rooms that exceed 90 degrees simply because of the equipment within them. To try and remedy the discomfort level in those rooms, I have supplemented my desk set-ups with rechargeable fans. They are great for temporary relief, but when it comes to long-term assistance with airflow, you sometimes want a more powerful, solution. I recently acquired a brand new product from Dyson — the Pure Cool Me Personal Purifying Fan — and it’s been amazing. Dyson has been working on products that focus on cleaner, cooler air for consumers for quite some time. This latest product is actually aimed at ‘personal’ use for one or two people whereas some of Dyson’s fans are designed to circulate air through a larger area. The Pure Cool Me fan utilized Dyson’s patented Core Flow technology, which allows you to precisely adjust airflow. The fan is ideal for use on a bedside table, desk, or in a child’s room. The Pure Cool Me fan is not a ‘smart’ fan in the sense the you don’t connect it to a mobile device for control. The fan comes with a battery operated remote control that adjusts the fan’s speed and oscillation. When you pull the fan out of its box, you select a place for it, connect it to power, and then turn it on. Like most oscillating fans, you have the option to have it remain stationary and point at a single spot or person. When you look at the fan it actually resembles a sci-fi droid from a movie in my opinion. You can control the angle of airflow by manually adjusting the center of the dome. It can be moved up or down up to 45 degrees. The front of the fan has a LCD display that shows the mode of the fan as well as the speed. It will also show info on the filter and the timer. While I don’t have a good method of testing the air quality in my office, which is where I installed the Dyson fan, I do believe that it has helped quite a bit. I have left it on 24/7 for several days and it hasn’t seemed to be a problem for the fan. It hasn’t felt hot or seemed strained in any way. My office is a main thoroughfare in our house and people are constantly walking through it. This kicks up dust and other air particles that are hiding in the carpet. I’ve noticed that since I’ve had the fan running in the office that dust hasn’t been collecting on table tops as much and the air just seems less stagnant. The fan itself is incredibly powerful and it’s helped me on more than one occasion when I’ve overheated. At this point it’s difficult to say whether or not it’s worth the investment since it’s quite expensive compared to other air purifiers and fans, but I do believe it will last much longer than its rivals.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    An amazing Dyson product, but pricey.

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    JeffyK
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    Dyson comes through again with another product that you would never want; until you get your hands on it and see it in person. This is a larger “desk” fan that has many features that you obviously won’t find on a cheaper desk fan. Features include a remote control, the ability to tilt the airflow up or down 45 degrees, an oscillation of 70 degrees, a built in sealed HEPA filter, timer controls up to 8 hours, a small color screen to monitor filter life, fan speed, and timer settings. You would think that the color screen would stay lit when you go to turn off the lights, but it has a built in “night mode” which turns off the screen when you turn off the lights in your room. I noticed the screen took about 1-2 seconds to go into Night Mode. One (possible) con about this fan, is that the remote control is the only way to change your settings. The only physical button is the power button in the back above the power cord placement. If your remote control breaks or you lose it, then you can’t change any settings on the fan itself. However, the remote control has a magnet built into it and there is another magnet on the front of the fan that holds the remote. You place the remote with the buttons facing against the fan base to get it to stay there. The fan speed has a range of 1 to 10; being controlled entirely through the remote. The highest setting does push a lot of air and can be a little loud, especially if you have this running on your nightstand when you sleep. I tested this out on 8 and it wasn’t too loud or too quiet. I am also a deep sleeper, so light sleepers may need to adjust the speed down even more. The tilt of the fan is easily adjusted by moving the “center” of the fan up or down. You will see an opening at the bottom or top and this is where the air will come from. I could easily feel the airflow from my bed, which kept me cool all night. There is an information button on the remote that gives you the status of the HEPA filter. This lets you know when the filter needs to be replaced. The circular double arrow button turns the oscillation on and off, which rotates at 70 degrees. The oscillation itself is not noisy at all, I couldn’t even tell it was on until I looked at the fan itself. Cheaper fans can get very noisy with oscillation, but this is not the case. I don’t have too many complaints about this product and how it works, but there are two things that stand out to me. The first complaint I have is the cost. Most people are not going to spend a lot of money on a fan like this. If you suffer greatly from allergies, I can see someone spending the money to buy this. It does filter and push out very clean air and you aren’t getting hit in the face with dust/dirt/allergens/etc. The second complaint is the power cord adapter; good lord is this thing huge! I have a small surge protector that I use in my bedroom and I had to resort all of my plugs to get them all to fit. Obviously, a bigger surge protector is the answer, but I wanted to see if I could keep everything on one. If you’re plugging it into a wall outlet, you may fair better with this, but it most likely depends on how small your wall outlets are. Overall, even though I am very satisfied with this product, we know that most people will not go out and spend the money on a fan like this. I do recommend this product, especially if you’re looking for a fan that cleans the air it pushes and offers a ton of awesome new technology, but for someone who doesn’t want to spend this amount of money, you’ll probably just stick with a regular cheap fan.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    My new office companion

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    Reddog
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    Dyson calls there Dyson Pure Cool Me their first personal purifying fan. I took that to heart and took it to work. My job requires me to close my office door and not come out for hours at a time. I am alone most of the time and this seemed a perfect place to keep it personal. I have to say at first the spacy look didn’t appeal to me at all. I think one will either like the looks or not. At first, I didn’t like the look until I had more time with it. Then I began to appreciate it more for its function over form. But the looks can grow on you when its cleaning the air you breathe. The fan comes with a pretty comprehensive remote control for all of it settings. The remote control can be placed on the front of the fan when not in use by magnets. The filter is quite large and to get to it you just press two buttons to lift the top off and pull the filter out. Dyson rates the filter life for one year when used 12 hours a day. The front of the fan has a simple round LED display that shows you the condition and life remaining of the filter. It also will display your fan speed, oscillation on and off and stop timer setting. The timer can go as low as 30 minutes or up to 8 hours. The fan itself seems to easily have more power then you need as a personal fan. The air flow is adjusted by pushing lightly on the blub, or orb. Odd as it sounds it does make a large difference on where the air is directed. The range of movement allows if to sit on your desk or the floor. The fan and air flow can be adjusted so it is almost totally silent to be loud with enough air moving for an average size office or bedroom. The fan has a removable power adapter with a six-foot power cable that ends in quite a large power brick. But it all feels very well thought out and built well. So far, I am very impressed with what Dyson has engineered here and look forward to knowing my office will have cleaner air for those long hours I spend in it. It is also nice to have a breeze keeping me comfortable.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Another home run for Dyson

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    Dawntastic1
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    This Pure Cool Me is yet another awesome Dyson product added to our home. The fan is surprisingly strong for the size, even more so than the blue & gray heat/cool fan we currently use in our bedroom. This new one is a bit quieter, and also an air purifier, which is a great addition. It has an LED screen that lets you see when the filter needs to be replaced (see attached photo) simply by pressing the " i " button on the remote. The LED also dims in dark rooms, which is awesome! I currently use a scrunchy to block the bright blue light our other Dyson fan omits into the bedroom. I am very sensitive to any kind of lights while trying to sleep, so this feature is going to save me the headache of trying to cover it without also covering the sensor for the remote to work. The remote is almost identical to our older model, which still has the original battery btw, but this one is magnetized and sticks to the front of the unit. The fan has a very nice range for osculation, and unlike our previous model, you can tell where the center is, for better positioning. To change the direction of airflow vertically you simply slide the middle sphere up or down. You can set a timer for it to go off in: 30mins, 1hr, 2hrs, 4hrs & 8hrs. I will probably never use it however, as I need white noise while sleeping, so the fan stays on ALL night, year round! I cannot wait to see how well this fan cools our bedroom once the hot weather arrives here in Michigan. Sidenote: Our Dyson heat/cool fan was bought in early 2012, 7 years ago, it has been used EVERYDAY during that time, and is still going strong, with the original battery that came in the remote! That says a lot about the longevity of their products.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good basic air purifier

    Posted
    enem156
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    The Pure Cool Me personal air purifier is for those who want or need air purification in a specific area or small room. It's not a whole house or large room purifier. Ideally, it should be positioned close to where you need it and preferably on a raised surface like a desk or table. It comes with some really nice features. For starters, it has a replaceable HEPA filter inside the base. This is great for filtering out allergens and small particles. The build quality is as you would expect from Dyson, top notch. It feels well put together, no parts are loose or mis-aligned. There's a power push button right above the power entry connection on the back. After powering it up, you can use the included remote control to turn it on and off. The remote is magnetic and has a nice dedicated spot to store it right on the front of the purifier. There's also a nice display on the lower front, that displays the fan speed level typically and a graphic for the condition of the filter. The air flow direction out the top is adjustable, and you can force the air to point anywhere from upward to downward by just sliding the rounded white “lens” up or down. The remote control will allow you to control all the features available. The power button, as expected, will turn the unit on or off. There's a fan speed button to allow you to increase or decrease fan speed. A button to turn on the oscillation function, and a timer button that cycles through several choices for time limits that the purifier is on. Using this will allow you to save the filter life if you really don't need to keep it powered on all the time. It also has an information button that will show the state of the filter on the front panel display. The fan is quiet yet strong. You have ten speed settings to choose from. I found that anything above “6” will really kick out the air. This purifier works good in a bedroom, and is quiet enough to run while you're asleep. Air purifiers in general are difficult to measure the effectiveness of without some type of air analyzer (which I obviously don't have), but it does suck a fair amount of air through the HEPA filter and you can feel the breeze across the room if you have it on a higher setting. All in all it's a nice purifier. What's missing from it however is WiFi. There isn't any way to control it aside from the remote. If it had an app, like other Dyson purifiers, you could set on and off times, and monitor the condition of the filter among other things. It's not a deal breaker, but it would have been nice if they had included it. But, the purifier functions really well, has good solid basic features and is quiet. Great for personal use.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Silent is key

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    APFLORES413
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    I am absolutely thrilled with this device. We were in the market for a new Air Purifier, but hated all of the varying devices that required Air Filters, HEPA filters, etc., and didn't do a good job in cleaning the air in our house. We have always been fans of Dyson, so we immediately jumped at the opportunity for this product and after 3 weeks, we are impressed. From the outset, the Dyson Pure Cool Me is tiny and looks like a lower-cased "i". It also has a remote controller that can magnetically attach to the front of the device. The power button lies at the back, just above the power cord. Again, after a few weeks with it, here are my thoughts: Pros: -Size. It is small and compact, about 16in in height and weighs around 6.17 lbs. The head rotates about 70 degrees and is able to cool and clean a good size room (in our case, the living room of a Townhome) with no trouble. The compact nature means it can be tucked away in the corner or on a desk top or bookshelf with ease. -Quiet Factor: this is a quiet device, when you have it on the highest setting, it is not overpowering the room with noise. -Clean Factor: Per the Dyson website, it is claimed to be able to remove 99.97% of pollutants in the air. I believe it. My wife and I were outside, it was windy and could feel and see the dust and pollen in the air. When we came home, my wife put her head and hair in front of the Dyson and she immediately felt a difference as it removed that pollen from her. -Movement: The dome of the device, the top part of the "i" can be adjusted to where you want the flow to be just by rolling it. Also, it rotates around 70 degrees which covers the entire room from the corner. Cons: -The powerbrick that plugs into the wall is rather large compared to any other device out there (including computers, phones, televisions, etc). It is massive and I'm afraid it's going to just fall off the wall due to the size. Overall, we are really impressed with the Dyson Pure Cool Me device. It gets the job done and does so quietly, which we needed in our townhome complex.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Interesting design with surprising performance

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    sdunnin
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    The Pure Cool Me is a really clever idea. A fan and air purifier in one. The design is definitely unique and at first glance you are not really sure what the thing is or does. I do have to say that it does output an impressive amount of air from the small opening in the dome and is relatively quiet as well compared to a traditional fan. At the lower speeds you can barely even hear it while still feeling some airflow. The oscillation feature is really nice when using as a cooling fan and the way the airflow can be directed up or down is really neat as well. The filter is easy to access by pressing the two buttons on the side to remove the dome. The filter unit is also very solid and well made. Hopefully it doesn't have to be replaced very often because I am guessing that it would be somewhat expensive to replace. The LCD display, which displays air speed (1-10), sleep timer, and filter life is nice and bright and it also seems to auto dim when the room is dark which is nice. I also really like the remote which is nice to leave on a nightstand or somewhere for easy reach to change fan settings. The remote stores on the side of the unit when not in use via a magnetic connection which is a nice feature, I just wish that the magnet was a little bit stronger as it is very easy to bump it and knock the remote off. There is a power button on the back of the unit to turn it on but all other controls must be done using the remote. This is also a potential issue if you ever were to lose the remote or if it breaks you would be mostly unable to control the fan. One complaint would be the power brick design. It is a very awkward bulky thing that it is built into the end of the power cord and has a very unusual shape. It sticks out about 3 inches from the wall making it very difficult to plug into a wall outlet having a piece of furniture against it. I needed to us an extension cord to plug in behind a bookcase even though the unit's cord was plenty long enough.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Interesting and Excellent

    Posted
    zero325
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    The Dyson Pure Cool Me is an odd-looking fan that delivers a powerful personal filtered flow of air. It uses a different technology to generate the airflow than other Dyson air product, but still claims to remove 99.97% of gases and pollutants, while delivering a directed air stream. The overall build quality seems great and it has a couple of interesting features. The bottom of the unit is home to a small round LCD display. It displays all needed information for managing the air level, filter information and other features. The center of device is home to a dome that controls airflow strength by sliding up or down. It has minimal impact and seems like an odd design choice. It comes with a magnetically attached remote control with a full set of functions – flow level, oscillation, power, filter information and sleep timer. It’s a nice little touch, but I didn’t find it as well engineered as I would have expected. The attachment strength is relatively weak, and it doesn’t always manage to find its way home like you would expect. Ideally, you’d want this unit in a close quarter’s situation – near a bed, in an office or on a desk. Build quality is what you’d expect from Dyson, no complaints there. The design is a little strange, but this is without a doubt an excellent high-quality filtered fan.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Personal Air Purifier

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    TechMatcher
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    I own several Dyson products and they are all the top of their product category, albeit they are a bit expensive. The Dyson Pure Cool Me air purifier is another terrific example of Dyson's ingenuity. The odd yet sleek purifier is extremely simple to setup and use. Just lift top off the unit and slide in the filter cartridge, replace the top and you're done! A new and interesting way to angle the air flow helps to put fresh air right where you want it. The machine oscillates in roughly a 70 degree arc and I think the output air flow can change about 40-50 degrees vertically. A curved remote fits nicely (and magnetically) to the purifier base, but I just leave it on my nightstand. I've setup the purifier so it showers me with fresh air all night long - and I do feel I've been sleeping better the last 2 weeks with it. I think the nice consistent sounds helps as well. The unit has an informational display area to tell when the filter needs to be changed, shows the fan speed and displays the sleep timer setting. Also, you don't need to use the remote to change the speed - simply hold the power button in back to scroll through the speeds. Thus far, I'm very happy with the purifier and plan on sleeping better each night!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good airflow, but loud.

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    BeingHonest
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    Pro: -Strong airflow -Filter lasts up to a year -Remote Con: -Loud -Expensive Simply put, it’s a nice desktop purifier and cooler, but the biggest drawback is the noise level and the price. It gives a steady stream of cool air, but at higher settings can also be really loud. At max setting, the breeze is strong enough to cool me across a 15 ft room, but it’s too loud and distracting to have it near you especially at night. Realistically, placing it near you, you’ll likely only need to set it at about 50% or less. At night I can’t set it more that 30%. Unlike a typical fan, this fan has a more direct stream of air and the dome slider can angle the airflow up or down. You won’t feel the breeze unless it’s facing directly at you. It can be nice since it probably won’t blow away stuff on your desk. The suction seems fairly strong (at max level) and seems to pull in a fair amount of air through the filter. At this time, there’s no mention of how big of an area it can cover so if you need a whole room purifier, then this might not be best for that. The filter is easy to change by pressing the buttons to pop off the top and pull out the filter. The filter is supposed to last up to a year with 12 hours of use per day, but the replacement filter will likely be somewhat pricey. It comes with a magnetic remote that controls fan level, oscillation, timer, and filter life, which comes up on a small circular display on the fan base. The minor gripe is that the magnet is somewhat weak. There’s no Dyson Link app support. It moves a lot of air, provides a direct cool breeze, has a good filtration system, and is compact, but it can be noisy and the cost is high. I hope in time it would reduce the amount of dust in my room.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Dyson Fan + Air Purifier = Stream of Purified Air

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    BravoMan
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    Unlike your typical fan, which simply pulls the surrounding air and throws it around in whatever direction the fan is facing, the Dyson Pure Cool Me takes that same air, pulls it through a HEPA filter and essentially provides you with a focused stream of clean air. Handling the tasks of both a fan and air purifier, the Dyson Pure Cool Me is small enough to be placed onto your desk, bedside table, or a side table to name a few places. The magnetic remote control allows for easy use of the Dyson Pure Cool Me. You can control the air flow, oscillation, power, sleep timer, and check the lifetime of the air filter. And once you're done using the Dyson Pure Cool Me, simply attach the remote control to the front bezel directly above the small LED display. Setting up the Dyson Pure Cool Me is as straightforward as it can get. Take it out of the box, removing the misc. packaging material, plug it in, and turn it on. No need to worry about installing the filter as it is already installed for you. Of course, no product is perfect and the Dyson Pure Cool Me is no exception. The only issue I have with this product is the fact that there is only one way to control it, which is with the remote control. If the control is lost for whatever reason, then you lose the ability to turn on or control certain features on the fan. Overall, this is a good product to have at your desk side, on a bedside, or a side table for when you are feeling warm and need to cool down, but you don't want to kick up your allergies into high gear at the same time.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Dyson coolness

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    FlyingC
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    Dyson has some cool product designs and this fan is no exception. Their typical "loop" design that only purified a portion of the air flow is gone, replaced by this "ball" design that issues a fully-purified stream of air. It was super easy to unbox and get running. There's a power button in the back, but everything else is done via the remote that conveniently attaches (magnetically) to the front. The small circular display on the front showed the fan speed in numbers, as well as the various time options for automatic delayed shutoff. When I hit the "info" button I was pleasantly surprised to get a fancy little graphic showing how to access the filter, then a fuel-type gauge showing how much filter life is left. I thought that was a very nice touch. The fan can be set to oscillate through 70 degrees and the flow can be pointed up or down through 45 degrees. It's relatively quiet compared to a traditional blade fan, and a whole lot safer if you have little kids or curious cats around. I wish it had a "reverse flow" option like some of the Dyson models so you could filter the air in the winter time when you don't really want a fan cooling you down. I'm also a little concerned about how often the filter may need to be changed. At $60-$70 each, that can be a significant expense. Other Dyson models mention filters lasting a year given an average of 12 hours of use per day, so if that's the case it wouldn't be too bad. Other than that, it's a great personal-size fan that I know we'll like and use all the time.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Personal air purification with cool air flow

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    Shail
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    This is another high quality product from Dyson. Please note that this is good only for a small area and will not deliver the air to the whole room/bigger area. It provides pointed air flow so you would mostly use it for personal use (e.g. on your work desk or next to your bed). Here are the features that I like about this fan: 1. Compact but elegant design - It quite small and can be easily placed on desk top, near beds etc 2. Cool pin-point air flow which can be adjusted. It can also be set in the oscillating mode where it moves up-to 70 degree angle. 3. It can be controlled via remote control and has a magnet to hold the remote so that you don't lose it 4. It provides you status of filter, fan speed via a small LED in the front. It can be set to night mode to dim the LED, set the sleep timer. The not so good: 1. No connectivity with dyson app or alexa etc as it does not have wi-fi 2. At $350, it is a bit pricy Overall, I recommend it for it's design and the main feature (air purification) if you are willing to spend $350 :)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    So far, so good.

    Posted
    Shwanny
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    Very happy with this so far and the timing was perfect. The day it arrived one of our family member's was sick to her stomach. Guess where this fan/air purifier spent the night? Yep, in that family member's room and by morning - even with the fan speed set on 2 - the room smelled entirely fresh. Obviously, that's not a science experiment that should be relied upon as fact, but when you've got kids and a stomach bug running through your home you'll take every bit of an advantage you can get. The device is as easy to use as any fan and more effective in that category, too. It really puts out a good bit of air at the highest setting and it's wonderful having 10 different options for fan speed. On 1 you can't hear or really feel the air flow unless you're standing right beside it; perfect for just keeping a nice little cool ripple in your bedroom at night. Will be great to use in the summer. Two gripes: sorry, but it looks like a trash can. I feel like Dyson could do better in this department. Second is that the magnetic remote - which in general is a great addition - takes some fairly precise placement to get it to stay where it should when magnetically attached to the device itself. I wish the remote were slightly heavier. Wonder if it would still have the same problem with sticking. Minor quibbles though. I've enjoyed this product and am trying really hard not to use any fan puns right now. You're welcome.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Really works

    Posted
    royale192
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    I have pretty much stayed away from Dyson products over the years and this is my first one. I"m going to make this short and sweet I suffer from allergies that most people don't. I also don't suffer from most that people normal do. I have had the chance to really use this Dyson hardcore. It really works well . I notice the room its in has less dust particles and I wake up with less issues. I have not had an issue with my allergies acting up nor any excess dust. Its I like the remote and its built in swivel functions. The only con I can give it is that on the swivel function it has a certain vibration frequency that I can hear and feel if its not place a surface that can absorb the vibration. Lucky at night I use it as a noise to aid me going to sleep. Its small and compact but works in a good size room i us it in. 13*26 foot room.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great new tech and filtration works!

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    Oldskool
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    Going to knock out my complaint first in case that is what you came to look at this four star rating for. The remote is small and compact which is nice but for night use there is no backlight or prominent features for the buttons, I'm not sure why Dyson left this out. However it works fantastic! The filtration is phenomenal, my old dog has a tendency to gas us out, even with the ceiling fan on. I run it at night on the floor and have it oscillating and haven't had my nose accosted since I set it up. It does seem a bit noisy but overall I am very satisfied. I love the screen, it reminds me of the Nest screen and is super clean. Overall it looks like a trash can, the remote is meh, it blows loads of air if you need it and it can remove odors that are unfriendly.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Works really good as long as you are in the “cone”

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    Webzpinner
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    Been using this for a few days now, and it works excellently if you sit in direct current. Once you move to either side, the efficiency diminishes considerably. I live in a tiny house (700 sq ft) but really wanted an air purification system without the $$$$ of the systems installed into an hvac system. I have several cats and dogs, and was hoping this would help with the “pet smell” in my rather small bedroom where the pets often take naps. It works extremely well as I outlined above. Its portability however makes it extremely versatile. My wife and I have it on in the living room while we watch movies, and it filters the air perfectly when the cats’ decide to use their box. For that, this little dyson has earned its keep.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Cool fresh air

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    Snarltoof
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    I spend a lot of time in my home office, and I have two dogs and lots of old dusty paper that I'm archiving. This fan is just what I needed for a bit of relief. It does have a fairly large footprint for a personal fan, but it is really quiet and the air flow can be aimed really precisely. It's even really quiet when oscillating. What's really awesome is that it provides a noticeable relief for the dust and allergens in the air, just making a pleasant oasis at my desk. I'd really recommend this if you have special air needs at your desk, especially if you tend to feel warmer than the other people around you, it does cool me off nicely.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Dyson is awesome

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    Alex
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    Expensive little machine. But it holds all the bad stuff inside unlike some machines that just blows it right back out. Washable filter would of been nice, but performs really good. I use it for my allergies sitting at the opposite end of the bedroom and the air breezes nicely. Power levels one or two is good enough for me, and its super quiet. I want to buy the bigger one for the living room but I have to save up for it, price for that one is a couple hundred dollars more.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Does Make Room Seem Fresher

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    ARBaldridge
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    The only draw back to this air purifier is that on the medium to high (after3) it is very noisy. The airflow can be redirected and act as a fan as well which is a nice feature. There is a remote that controls the device. You can set it to run for a certain length of time. It is a slick looking gadget that will not distract from any office or room decor.

    I would recommend this to a friend