Dyson Pure Cool Air Pu­ri­fier

Gadgets and Gizmos (India) - - CONTENTS - BY NIDHI SIN­GAL

Ear­lier this year, we re­viewed Dyson’s Pure Cool Link air pu­ri­fier, one of the top prod­ucts in terms of de­sign and func­tion­al­ity. But the re­cently launched Pure Cool brings in sev­eral im­prove­ments, step­ping up the per­for­mance.

Tra­di­tion­ally, air pu­ri­fiers are square or rec­tan­gu­lar, but Pure Cool has a cir­cu­lar base with a rec­tan­gu­lar, blade­less fan at the top, which looks com­pact and chic. Un­like its pre­de­ces­sor, the blade­less fan can­not be de­tached from the base. The as­sem­bling part is easy, though – I had to fit in the fil­ters and lock the cir­cu­lar base that took me less than a minute. The Link had a small but­ton along with air­flow dis­play

lev­els at the bot­tom. But this one fea­tures a coloured, cir­cu­lar dis­play that shows PM 2.5 read­ing in real-time along with fan speed, os­cil­la­tion and more. It comes with a sleek mag­netic re­mote rest­ing on the top, con­nects with 5 GHz Wi-Fi net­works and can be man­aged via the Dyson app (both iOS and An­droid ver­sions are avail­able).

A two-in-one de­vice, this is an air pu­ri­fier that can also work as a fan. Pure Cool de­tects par­ti­cles, gases and even odours present in the air with the help of the laser sen­sors un­der the thin cutouts on the body. It sucks in the im­pure air, which passes through 360º glass HEPA and car­bon fil­ters sit­ting at the base. Clean air is then pushed out at a high ve­loc­ity us­ing the blade­less fan at the top (it is known as Air Mul­ti­plier tech­nol­ogy). When switched to auto mode, it man­ages to bring down the PM 2.5 level from 200 to 1 in less than 20 min­utes.

When the mer­cury dips and air con­di­tion­ers need not be switched on, the blade­less fan is the per­fect so­lu­tion as the air­flow keeps the room ven­ti­lated. When we do not re­quire a strong air­flow, we can opt for the new dif­fused air­flow mode so that the front vent will be closed and clean air will come out from the sides of the am­pli­fier loop. The fan can os­cil­late as much as 350º, which means quicker air cir­cu­la­tion in a large room, and the ad­di­tion of a ‘night mode’ en­ables you to dim the LED dis­play.

BLADELESSS fan with dif­fused mode DIS­PLAYS fan speed, PM 2.5 and more QUICKLY pu­ri­fies air, brought down PM 2.5 level to 1

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