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Free shipping on Dyson air purifier filters

Using genuine Dyson filters ensures that your machine continues to work effectively, capturing 99.97% of particles as small as 0.3 microns from your home.

Frequently asked questions - Air Purifier Filters

When to change air purifier filter?

The frequency of air purifier filter changes depends on the air quality, usage, and filter type.

As a general rule of thumb, it’s recommended to change the filter every 12 months for typical usage in the home. You will also be notified on the MyDysonTM or on your machine when it is time to replace your filter.

However, if you live in a highly polluted area or have pets, you may need to change the filter more frequently.

It's important to follow the manufacturer's recommendations and check the filter regularly for signs of wear and tear or clogging.

Where to buy Dyson air purifier filters?

You can purchase Dyson air purifier filters directly on, which often offers exclusive deals and promotions.

Do air purifiers help with allergies?

Yes, air purifiers can help to remove allergens* such as pollen, dust, and pet dander from the air.

Air purifiers work by drawing in air and passing it through a filter, which traps pollutants and allergens.*  Some air purifiers are specifically designed with HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filters, which have a high removal percentage for very small particles, including many common allergens.

Studies have shown that using an air purifier with a HEPA filter can help to reduce the concentration of airborne allergens* in indoor spaces.

Do Dyson machines capture viruses such as Covid-19?

Yes. Dyson air purifiers capture viruses, including the SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 virus.¹

What does an air purifier do?

An air purifier is a device that cleans the air in a room or a building by removing potentially harmful particles and pollutants, such as dust, pollen, pet dander, and other airborne contaminants. ¹⁰

It works by drawing air through a filter, which traps these particles and releases cleaner air back into the room.

Some of the benefits of using an air purifier include:

  1. Improved indoor air quality: An air purifier can remove harmful particles and pollutants from the air, leading to cleaner air indoors.
  2. Reduced odors: Some air purifiers can help to remove unpleasant odors from the air, such as those caused by cooking, pets, or smoking.
Do Dyson purifiers capture wildfire smoke?

Dyson purifiers capture wildfire smoke. Air purifiers with HEPA filters can be effective at removing many wildfire smoke particles from indoor air. Additionally, activated carbon filters, often included in air purifiers, can help reduce the levels of VOCs and odors associated with wildfire smoke. ¹¹

What pollutants do Dyson purifiers capture?

•Common allergens* – pet dander, pollen, and dust (PM 10)

•Nitrogen dioxide – gas stoves and car exhaust

•Industrial emissions and smoke (PM 2.5)

•Ultrafine particles (PM 0.1)

•Formaldehyde (HCHO) – carpets, rugs, and flooring

•Odors – household fumes and cooking

•Benzene and VOCs – cleaning products and candles