Dyson Humidify + Cool

Dyson’s New Air Purifier Casually Fixed the Biggest Problem with Humidifiers


April 26, 2020 Home By
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Whether it’s vacuums, air purifiers or hair straighteners, Dyson’s product evolution holds to a neverending cycle of one-upping itself. Its new fan, the Pure Humidify+Cool, continues that trend.

The machine is an air purifier, humidifier and oscillating fan all at once. It’s the first in the brand’s air treatment product range to address humidity levels, and it already has a leg up on the vast majority of humidifiers available because it knows when it needs to be cleaned, and it (mostly) cleans itself. A notification will appear on the machine’s display when it requires cleaning. From there, you pop the evaporator out of the machine and drop it into the water tank with a packet of (included with purchase) citric acid. The machine does the rest.

Dyson says the machine monitors the air around it and can adjust humidity levels based on the temperature to create maximum comfort. Like all Dyson’s new fans and purifiers, it can be controlled via remote control or through the Dyson Link app.

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Will Price is Gear Patrol's home and drinks editor. He's from Atlanta and lives in Brooklyn. He's interested in bourbon, houseplants, cheap Japanese pens, and cast-iron skillets — maybe a little too much.

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