Dyson is Having a Sale on Their Air Purifying Fan, Just in Time for Allergy Season

updated Mar 9, 2020
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Dyson Pure Hot & Cool Fan
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Spring is only a few days away, which means warmer weather, colorful blooms—and allergy season. Aside from stocking up on antihistamines and carrying around tissues everywhere you go, you might think there’s no other solution to stopping the sneezing and runny nose. And yet, dear reader, there is: an air purifier. Air purifiers clean the air of bacteria, dust, and other irritants, and are definitely worth the buy if you suffer from asthma and allergies, or have pets.

Right now, Dyson is running a sale on their best-selling Pure Hot+Cool device, a 3-in-1 machine that’s not only an air purifier, but is also a fan and heater. It’s great news for anyone who has a small space and doesn’t want both a fan and an air purifier taking up precious square footage, and thanks to the blade-free design it’s also much safer.

So who exactly can benefit from a purifier? It turns out that pretty much anyone can. The biggest draw is for those with asthma who need cleaner air—and FYI, Dyson’s Pure Hot+Cool is certified by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Same goes for pet owners who love their furry friends but get irritated by the dander and fur.

Even if neither of those things apply to you, an air purifier can still be beneficial, especially if you live in a city. Not only can a purifier help you combat pollution in your home, but it can also help you get rid of, shall we say, funky smells that are pretty much expected when you live in close quarters with other people. One AT editor uses an air purifier to deal with living above heavy smokers, and I personally have found them to be useful when a roommate is ill and our tiny apartment isn’t exactly conducive to avoiding one another.

Of course, you might just want it for the dual fan and heater capability. Anna Mejorada, AT’s Director of Brand Innovation & Strategy, says the air purifier gives her peace of mind, but the real reason she loves her Pure Hot+Cool is because of the fan and heater. According to her, “I’ve really enjoyed the heating feature throughout the colder months—it’s quiet, efficient and makes my space a little bit cozier. I also like the design and size (blends with the decor) and the remote make it so easy to use!”

Plus, “As a New Yorker, I don’t have a ton of space or storage so the design and reliability of the Pure Hot+Cool is essential.” Right now, you can get it for $100 off on Dyson’s site—and if you want a less expensive option, the Pure Cool fan is also on sale. It’s not a heater, but it is a fan and purifier in one.