Dyson recently released the Dyson Pure Cool purifying fan—the culmination of the brand’s expertise in airflow, filtration, and electronics, which aims to eradicate indoor air pollution by purifying every corner of the room.

These purifying fans reveal indoor air pollutants that are not visible to the naked eye through a new LCD display that reports their presence in real time; and automatically react using Dyson’s unique algorithm.

Tower format of the Dyson Pure Cool Purifying fan for floor placement

These fans feature a 360-degree fully-sealed filter system combining an activated carbon filter to remove gases, and a Glass HEPA filter that captures 99.95 percent of microscopic allergens and pollutants as small as 0.1 microns.

The Air Multiplier technology and new 360-degree oscillation project and mix purified air around the whole room to purify every corner.

The Dyson Pure Cool purifying fans come in two variants: the large tower format for floor placement, and a small desk format for worktops and floors. The Tower purifying fan retails for P44,500, while the Desktop variant retails for P34,500.

Desktop version of the Dyson Pure Cool purifying fan for worktops and floors. As the brand launched these new purifying fans, they’ve also opened the door to their new Demo space at The Podium in Manila, where customers can pickup and test Dyson’s technology. Dyson demo also has branches in SM Aura Premier and Greenbelt 5. Other key technologies that are on display are the V8 cord-free vacuums and Supersonic hair dryers.

“It is critical for people to be able to test and experience our technology, so they can understand how it works,” said Thomas Ting, Dyson’s design engineer.

The Dyson Pure Cool purifying fans are now available in Dyson Demo stores at Greenbelt 5, SM Aura Premier, and Podium Mall. These are also available in Century City Mall, Greenhills Promenade, and select Rustan’s and True Value stores.

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