Air pollution is a serious problem in India, especially in urban areas and during the festive and winter seasons. Whether it is harmful pollutants, stubble burning in the fields, or seasonal allergies, you are generally letting harmful air into your home by opening your windows for a few hours every day, which can affect your health and wellbeing. A good air purifier can help clean the air in your home, and hopefully help you breathe a little better and healthier.
while a lot air purifiers Available in various price segments in India, the premium space is naturally the most interesting when it comes to design, features and capabilities. Dyson has a strong presence in this segment, and has recently launched its latest range of air purifiers – the Dyson Purifier Series. Priced from Rs. 39,015 onwards, the series has two models in India, Dyson Cooler Purifier more expensive Dyson Purifier Hot+CoolThe cost of which is Rs. 50,310. What do these air purifiers have to offer, and how good are they in practice? Find out in this review.
Dyson Purifier Cool, Purifier Hot+Cool Design & Features
Dyson’s new Purifier models are pretty much the same in design and function Dyson Pure The series was launched in India in 2019. The devices use the company’s bladeless fan system, which consists of a hollow capsule-shaped upper part and a cylindrical base that houses most of the electrical components, air filter, and display.
Rupee. 39,015 Dyson Purifier Cool looks a bit different from Rs. 50310 Purifier Hot + Cool; The capsule-like section is slightly longer than before, making the Purifier Cool slightly longer at 1,050 mm, compared to 764 mm for the Hot + Cool. The Cool variant is also slightly narrower and weighs less than the Hot+Cool.
Both options are available across Dyson’s channels in India, including its website and offline demo stores, leading multi-brand retailers and e-commerce portals. Dyson sent me White/Silver units for both, but you can get them in India in Black/Nickel as well.
Another key difference is that while the Purifier Cool has a standard 6A plug, the Purifier Hot + Cool has a larger 16A plug and will therefore need to be connected to a 16A socket to work. Keep this in mind when buying a device, as you will need to place it next to the correct socket.
Apart from these differences, both the models look a lot alike. Each device has only one button to control power, and there’s a hatch at the bottom for accessing and installing the included air filter. Their 1.8m power cables are long enough to allow for some flexibility in positioning them in your room.
The HEPA+ carbon filter will need to be replaced periodically, and if you have it set, you can view the remaining life of each device’s filter via the Dyson Link app. You can also use the Dyson Purifier Cool and Purifier Hot + Cool without setting up the app and Wi-Fi connection using the included remote.
Each device comes with a remote, which is powered by a pre-installed button cell battery. The remotes are slightly different between the two devices, with the Purifier Hot + Cool’s remote having a few extra buttons for controlling the heating temperature and switching between heating and cooling. The remote is magnetized, and can be placed securely over the air purifier when not in use.
There is a small color screen just below the capsule-shaped fan component on each purifier, which provides information on its operation. The fan speed is always displayed at the top, while the bottom of the screen shows various statistics and data. This includes air quality graphs; PM2.5, PM10, volatile organic compounds and nitrogen dioxide levels; ambient temperature and humidity level; remaining life of the air filter; And whether the air purifier is connected to your Wi-Fi or not.
The Dyson Purifier Cool and Purifier Hot + Cool can be set to oscillate, and so air can be pushed over a wider area. The preset oscillation angle ranges are: 45°, 90°, 180° and 350°. You can of course set each one to be constant if you want. There is also the ability to change the air vent direction; Both devices can vent the air forward or side to side. Forward mode allows each unit to work more effectively as a fan.
Dyson Purifier Cool, Purifier Hot+Cool App
The Dyson purifier series usefully features app support with the Dyson Link app (available for iOS And Android) lets you control devices and view data on your smartphone, wherever you are, if they’re connected to your home Wi-Fi. You can control multiple Dyson devices with a single app.
All the data you can see on the air purifier’s small screen is available in the app as detailed data and graphs, along with quick controls and a virtual remote that has all the same controls as a physical remote. You can also set schedules, make changes to settings, check the life of the filters, and update the device’s firmware using the app.
Voice control can be set up using the app, and the Dyson purifier series works with Google Assistant, Siri, and Amazon Alexa. I had my review units set up with Alexa and Google Assistant, and a . was able to use voice commands via Amazon Echo Show (3rd generation) And Lenovo Smart Clock Essentials, Usefully, each purifier appeared in the Google Home and Amazon Alexa apps as devices connected to my home.
Night mode on the Dyson purifier series dims their display, lowers the fan speed for quieter operation, and lets you set a timer for how long they should last before going into standby for one to eight hours .
Dyson Purifier Cool, Purifier Hot + Cool Performance
The effect of a working air purifier is barely noticeable in its normal surroundings. Clean air will be helping to keep you healthy, and best of all, you may notice being able to breathe easier or not having an allergic reaction to particles such as dust or pollen. An air purifier draws in air with all its suspended particles, uses its filters to capture harmful elements, and then expels clean, filtered air.
I used the Dyson Purifier Cool primarily in my home for my review, and installed the Dyson Purifier Hot + Cool in a separate location for more occasional use. As the name suggests, the Hot + Cool version can also heat the air before pushing it out, making it well suited for cold climates where it can be used to heat your room to a comfortable temperature. can be done for.
The heating mechanism naturally requires more power, and so the Hot+Cool has a larger 16A plug and needs to be connected to a higher-load-bearing socket. You can heat your room to a higher temperature than the ambient level, but setting it to a lower temperature won’t cool the room like an air conditioner. You can also turn off the heating function and just use the fan, which will purify and expel the air at room temperature.
The Dyson Purifier Cool only has ‘cooling’ but it should not be confused with air conditioning; The machine expels pure air at room temperature. Since it only operates as a fan that draws air in and passes it through an air filter, the Dyson Purifier Cool doesn’t require as much power as the Hot+Cool and is powered by a smaller 6A socket. works with.
Air purification was quick – according to Dyson Purifier Cool’s own measurements and data – with a device previously able to bring down a closed room with ‘poor’ air quality (PM 2.5 and PM 10 levels of around 70 micrograms per square metre). ‘Good’ level (less than 30 micrograms per square metre) in just 25-30 minutes.
It was able to function effectively even with a slightly open window on a low haze day, but high levels of outdoor air pollution would naturally slow down the purifier when the windows were open, and thus the benefit of using it. There can be no meaning. Situation. I felt that the air I was breathing was clean when the purifier had been working for a few hours, and the fan made it a little more pleasant in the room.
Volatile organic compounds — released during activities such as cooking, or in cosmetics, paints and adhesives — sometimes registered on Dyson purifiers’ readings, but the device was able to bring those levels down to zero quickly. Nitrogen dioxide levels weren’t recorded at all during my time with the devices, but the purifier series is designed to deal with and filter that as well.
With fan speeds four or less (out of 10), the Dyson Purifier Cool and Hot + Cool are pretty quiet. The melodious roar of the fan at the speed of five or six can be heard from a few feet away. At levels seven and above, the fan becomes quite loud, as does a table fan, but these levels also make the device more effective at cooling or heating.
Having the front vents active is more effective for cooling, while the side vents help the purified air circulate more quickly around the room, and if you want to heat a room while using the Purifier Hot + Cool So it is more effective too. The oscillation also helps to circulate the air faster, but if you are using one of these models as a fan you may prefer to point your unit directly at you.
The Dyson purifier range is by no means cheap; 39,000 onwards, these are premium air purifiers that cost a lot more than the mainstream options from brands like Xiaomi, Philips and Realme. However, due to deteriorating air quality in urban areas, there is now a demand for indoor air purifiers, and the Dyson range works on that front.
These two tools are fast, effective and relatively quiet in their functioning. They’re very easy to operate via the included remote and the Dyson Link app, and even just by pressing the power button. At these prices, there’s not a lot of competition, and there’s certainly nothing that looks as good and works as well as the Dyson Purifier Cool and Purifier Hot + Cool. The more expensive Hot + Cool model also has the advantage of acting as an air heater, which will be useful in cold weather in many parts of India. If you are looking for a premium air purifier, the Dyson purifier range is well worth considering.
Rating (out of 10):
- I’m liking it
- Nice remote, very easy to use
- Excellent App, Voice Control
- Works as a Hot+Cool model heater
- Quiet, fast and effective air purification
- Hot+Cool models require a 16A socket