Struggling with the heat today? Dyson's allergy-preventing fan is now at its lowest price

Struggling with the heat today? Dyson's allergy-preventing fan is now at its lowest price

After weeks of cold temperatures and rain, the Great British Summer has arrived. Bank Holiday Monday saw the highest temperature of the year so far – a balmy 25.1ºC – recorded in Kinlochewe, Scotland. Temperatures are set to continue to stay around the mid-20s all week. If you’re struggling with the heat, this latest Amazon deal might help.

Dyon’s super-smart fan has dropped to its lowest-ever price on Amazon. Usually starting from £549, this Wi-Fi-connected fan is packed with tricks. There’s an included HEPA filter, which Dyson says can capture 99. 97 percent of allergens (as small as 0.3 microns) to purify the air and alleviate allergies to pets, dust, smoke, pollens, and mold spores.

That’s pretty impressive, but wouldn’t be worth much if the Dyson wasn’t a good fan. Thankfully, with a complete 360º rotation, 77 gallons a second airflow, and Alexa voice controls to switch on the fan without moving from your desk – there’s plenty to like in that department too. And it can double-up as a heater in winter when you’re cold at your (home) desk too!

Amazon has discounted the Dyson purifying fan to its lowest-ever price, at £464. In the middle of the heatwave in August 2020, the same model was selling for around £930, according to Amazon’s pricing history. So, if you’re looking to upgrade your fan – you’d best get one in the shopping basket now before everyone overheats and starts shopping for them!

This fan pairs with the Dyson Link app. From your smartphone or tablet, you’ll be able to check real-time reports of the air quality in your home, remotely control your machine, and create schedules around your day – so you won’t even have to think about switching on the fan as you go about your day.

The air quality report is also visible on the built-in LCD display on the fan itself, which highlights the number of ultrafine particles (PM 2. 5), allergens (PM10), volatile organic compounds (VOCs) & Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) in your home or office.

Published at Wed, 02 Jun 2021 08:19:00 +0000