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This article was published on August 23, 2016

Dyson made a $600 air purifier with a heater inside (yes, really)

Dyson made a $600 air purifier with a heater inside (yes, really)
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If you’ve ever wished there was a $600 air purifier/heater you could buy, Dyson has you covered.

The new Pure Hot+Cool Link (quite a name) combines everything we like about the Pure Cool Link air purifier, but adds a heating and cooling element to help you control the temperature in a room.

Dyson’s new purifier uses the same 360-degree glass HEPA filter as the original, which it says can capture about 99.7 percent of all the scary things you don’t want to know are in the air.

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The heating and cooling comes via two jets that are “accelerated over an airfoil shaped ramp to produce a focused flow of air.” For personal use, one jet activates; should you need to heat or cool a larger space, the second jet kicks in.

It uses the same Link app as the original Pure Cool Link.

It’s hard to argue Dyson stuff isn’t cool — but it’s equally hard to argue that you should spend $600 on this one. If you’re interested, it’ll be available September 6 via Dyson’s website, or in stores starting September 18.

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