The Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link Air Purifier Heater & Fan Review: Pure Air with Smart Temperature Control

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With the Dyson Link app, you’ll be able to check on the quality of the air in the room where your Dyson Pure Hot+Cool is placed; it will also tell you the temperature, humidity, and AQI — which is an outdoor air quality reading that tells you how much air pollution is present in the air you’re breathing — of the town you live in versus inside your room. From the app, you can also set up a specific schedule of times for the Pure Hot+Cool to run; from my experience with the  Dyson Pure Link Cool Tower, I usually just leave it on automatic. There’s also a product guide that you can refer to, should you have any questions about how to operate the Pure Hot+Cool down the road. The last option is Settings, and that is where you can update your purifier’s name, time zone, and software. You can set one of three air quality targets: “I want to maintain good air quality”, “I’m sensitive to particles and pollutants”, or “I’m very sensitive to particles and pollutants”. When your purifier is in auto mode, it will target that level of air quality for you. The app can also give you historical data for how the air quality in your room has been, and it can tell you how many hours your purifier has been running that day and how many hours you have remaining on your filter’s life.

The Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link Air Purifier Heater & Fan Review: Pure Air with Smart Temperature Control

Filter life remaining on the Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower I reviewed in May

This is a good time for me to mention filter life. Since any time the fan or heater is running, the purifier is also running, at $69.99 to replace you might wonder how long these filters actually last. Well, I reviewed the Pure Cool Link Tower in May, and that fan with purifier runs at least 7 – 10 hours per day; I still have 3288 hours remaining. In other words, the filters are long-life and shouldn’t need replacing more than every year to year and a half.

Moving on to the basic operation of the Pure Hot+Cool …

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Judie Lipsett Stanford
I've had a fascination with all types of gadgets and gizmos since I was a child, beginning with the toy robot that my grandmother gave my brother - which I promptly "relieved him of" in 1973. I'm a self-professed gadget magpie. I can't tell you how everything works, but I'm known world-wide for using a product until I have a full understanding of what it does, what its limitations are, and if it excels in any given area — or not.