The Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link Purifier

Keep warm this winter

Heats in winter. 
Purifies all year round.

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Free delivery

Free delivery

2 year warranty

Free 2 year limited warranty

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.


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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.

Example of the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link in use in the home during the night.

Schedule a warm start to your day.

And no more overheating during the night. Use your remote or create up to three schedules a day to maintain your target temperature while you sleep and to heat the room before you get up.

Set it and forget it.

Auto Mode

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

Scheduling

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

Night mode

Monitors, reacts and purifies while heating or cooling you - but only using the quietest settings.

Thermostatic heat control

In heater mode you can set the target temperature for your room, and your machine 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. Standard data and messaging rates may apply.


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Monitors indoor and outdoor air quality.

Reacts automatically or with remote control.

Reports your usage and air quality history.

Pollution can be up to 5x worse inside your home.*
But you can’t always see it.







Discover the causes of
indoor air pollution.

Click the hotspots to learn more.


*US Environmental Protection Agency.

Wood-burning fireplaces and stoves

Carbon and coal dust are emitted when in use.

Wood-burning fireplaces and stoves

Upholstered furniture

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

Upholstered furniture

Carpets, rugs and flooring

Can emit volatile organic compounds (VOC's) throughout their life.

Carpets, rugs and flooring

Scented candles

When burned, candles can release volatile organic compounds (VOC's).

Scented candles

Household pets

Can shed fur and pet dander around the home.

Household pets

Outdoor air pollution

Particulate matter and vehicle exhaust fumes can enter the home and get trapped inside.

Outdoor air pollution

Paint

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

Paint

Air fresheners

Some household air fresheners can contain volatile organic compounds (VOC's), which can be released alongside fragrance when sprayed.

Air fresheners

Gas stoves

Cooking food with gas can emit fumes and volatile organic compounds (VOC's) into the air.

Gas stoves

Household cleaning products

Can contain volatile organic compounds (VOC's) that can evaporate into the air.

Household cleaning products

Intelligently purifies, heats and cools you.

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