As a Pet Owner, I know how hard it is to keep on top of pet odours, dog hair and pet dander. There are however a couple of Dyson products that I find help with these pet problems: The Dyson V6 Vacuum and the Dyson Pure Cool Air Purifier.
In case you aren’t clear exactly what an air purifier is Wikipedia describes it as:
“An air purifier is a device which removes contaminants from the air in a room. These devices are commonly marketed as being beneficial to allergy sufferers and asthmatics, and at reducing or eliminating second-hand tobacco smoke. “
Facts About the Dyson Pure Cool Air Purifier
- Dyson purifiers removes 99.95% of particles as small as 0.1 microns
- In auto mode it will adjust to the needs of your room, turning the air purifier up or down for optimum air quality.
- The phone app means you can monitor the air quality from your phone, turn the device on and off and adjust the settings accordingly.
- The night time mode means that your room will still be monitored, but the purifier will come on using the quietest settings.
- Need cooling down in the warm weather? Your purifier can circulate cold air when you need it.
- The highly efficient HEPA filter traps any potential harmful pollutants in the filter such as pollen, bacteria, and pet dander.
- The small remote control, which sits on top of the machine when not in use, means you can operate the purifier from the comfort of your chair.
How does the Dyson Pure Cool Air Purifier Work?
Is the Dyson Pure Cool Air Purifier Good for Pet Owners?
If you are a pet owner Pet Dander is something that you are probably aware of and want to get rid of in the home.
If you are unsure what Pet Dander is then Wikipedia describes it as:
“Dander is an informal term for a material shed from the body of various animals, including humans, which have fur, hair, or feathers. Dander is microscopic, and can be transported through the air in house dust, where it forms the diet of the house dust mite”
The Dyson purifier removes 99.95% of allergens and pollutants, meaning that the majority of pet dander is gone from the home.
This is good new for allergy sufferers as pet dander can make allergies worse.
The Benefits of a Dyson Pure Cool Air Purifier
There are lots of benefits to getting a Dyson Air Purifier, both from a health and hygiene point of view.
- It’s easy to set up and light to move around, fitting on a space less than the size of an A4 sheet of paper.
- The air in your home is cleaner and fresher, making it a more pleasant environment to live it.
- The HEPA filter traps any potential harmful pollutants that you would not want in your home.
- You can monitor the air in your home, making sure that the air quality is good at all times, on your phone using the Dyson App.
- On a warm day, the air purifier will keep you cool and fresh with the cool fan.
The Disadvantages of the Dyson Pure Cool Air Purifier
The biggest disadvantages of the Dyson Pure Cool Air Purifier is how much it costs. It is not a cheap purchase and therefore should be considered an investment.
However, in terms of quality, you know that the Dyson brand is reliable and they use cutting edge technology. The machine also comes with a 2-year warranty.
At the time of writing this article, the purifier retails on the Dyson website for nearly 500 euro.
Should you buy a Dyson Pure Cool Air Purifier?
Absolutely the investment would be well worth it. I have noticed a number of benefits since using the Dyson purifier, including:
- The smell of dogs has gone! Both our dogs are inside dogs and spend much of their day on the sofa, which can mean that you get the odd whiff of dog. With the purifier on auto mode, this smell has gone.
- The purifier completely gets rid of any cooking or smoking odours immediately.
- As an asthma sufferer, I have noticed that I have not needed to use my inhaler as much.
Let us know in the comments BELOW if you have a Dyson Air Purifier and what you think of it.
Note: I received the Dyson Pure Cool Air Purifier mentioned above for free to assist in an article we were writing about the product. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.