The Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link Purifier

Keep warm this winter

Heating fan in winter. 
Purifies all year round.

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2 year guarantee

Free 2 year guarantee

Heat and purify your home with Dyson technology

Thanks to Jet Focus control, you can choose between personal mode for long-range, targeted airflow, or diffused mode for wide room projection. Whether you're heating or cooling.


Discover the technology

Jet Focus control

Choose personal mode for long-range powerful airflow, or select diffused mode for wide projection. Whether you're heating or cooling.

Personal mode

Air is accelerated through a 2.5mm aperture and over an airfoil shaped ramp. It is redirected by a focus ramp, which projects a powerful stream of air towards the user.

Diffused mode

A jet of air is released from a second aperture. As the two jets meet, entrainment guides the airflow over a 45° airflow projector, releasing a wide stream of powerful airflow.

Purifies while you sleep.
And heats, especially during the cold winter nights.

At the push of a button, your purifier will continue to monitor and respond to air quality while you’re asleep – but only using the quietest settings.

Set it and forget it

Auto mode

Your purifier will automatically monitor air quality and adjust airflow accordingly.

Scheduling

Enables you to programme around your day. Up to three times a day, seven days a week.

Night time mode

Set the target temperature for your room, and your purifier will warm you and keep it there.

Thermostat heat control

Set the target temperature for your room, and your purifier will
keep it there.

Automatically monitors, reacts and purifies

Then reports straight to your Dyson Link app. You can easily monitor your indoor air quality and see live, local air quality metrics - straight from your smart-phone. 

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Monitors indoor and outdoor air quality.

Reacts automatically or with remote control.

Reports your usage and air quality history.

Discover the causes of
indoor air pollution

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Carbon and coal dust

Wood-burning fireplaces and stoves emit particulate matter during combustion.

Carbon and coal dust

Formaldehyde

Foam that can be found in textile-covered furniture can release formaldehyde gas.

Formaldehyde

Formaldehyde and other Volatile Organic Compounds

Some carpets, rugs and their backing materials can emit VOCs when new and potentially throughout their life.

Formaldehyde and other Volatile Organic Compounds

Benzene and formaldehyde

Some chemical substances found in scented candles can release VOCs into the air as they burn.

Benzene and formaldehyde

Dead skin and disintegrated faeces

Cats, dogs and other houshold pets can spread this microscopic material around
the home.

Dead skin and disintegrated faeces

Pollen

Plants and flowers can release microscopic pollen into the air.

Pollen

Outdoor air pollution

Sources such as tree pollen, particulate matter and vehicle exhaust fumes can enter the home and may remain trapped there.

Outdoor air pollution

Volatile Organic Compounds

Some indoor paints can use VOC's as solvents, which can be released as gaseous chemicals when they dry and potentially throughout their life.

Volatile Organic Compounds

Volatile Organic Compounds

Some household air fresheners can contain VOCs, which can be released alongside the fragrance when sprayed.

Volatile Organic Compounds

Formaldehyde and other Volatile Organic Compounds

Gas hobs and the food cooking process itself can emit fumes and VOCs into the air.

Formaldehyde and other Volatile Organic Compounds

Volatile Organic Compounds

Household cleaning products can contain volatile organic compounds that can evaporate into the air.

Volatile Organic Compounds

Intelligently purifies, heats and cools you.

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