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Dyson Purifier Hot+Cool Formaldehyde Purifying Fan Heater - White/Gold

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$999.00
  • This product can only be delivered within NSW
  • Captures Dust and Allergens
  • Destroys formaldehyde
  • Captures gases and 99.95% of particles

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Overview

Built with intelligent sensing technologies and a cutting-edge HEPA filtration system, the Dyson Purifier Hot+CoolTM Formaldehyde purifying fan heater destroys formaldehyde continuously and captures 99.95% of airborne particles as small as 0.1 microns. It also has activated carbon filtration to remove gases.

Key Features

  • Senses, Reports, Purifies - The Dyson Purifier Hot+Cool™ Formaldehyde purifying fan heater automatically detects formaldehyde, gases, and ultrafine particles then diagnoses and reports them accurately in real-time. Moreover, its Air Multiplier™ technology produces optimum circulation for whole room purification.
  • Ingenious Filter Design - With its sealed airflow and filtration system, this Purifying Fan Heater meets HEPA H13 standards. The HEPA+Carbon filter captures gases and 99.95% of particles as small as 0.1 microns. The unique catalytic filter continuously destroys formaldehyde, a polluting gas that is commonly found in homes.
  • Warm or Cool - In warmer weather, the fan mode can be used to project a powerful stream of purified air to cool you down. In cooler months, It also quickly and evenly heats your room with its long-range projection. Additionally, the unit offers adjustable oscillation angles to distribute warm or cool air throughout the whole area.
  • Easy Management - Control and track air quality anywhere by pairing your Dyson Purifier Hot+Cool™ Formaldehyde with the Dyson Link app. When you’re at home, you can use the ergonomic remote control to manage settings from an ample distance or you can control it hands-free using compatible voice services

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