Open a window or door at home, and you risk letting in more than fresh air—bugs, birds, and maybe even local wildlife can sneak into your house.
But Dyson has a solution for keeping pests out and clean air in: The Pure Cool Link claims to remove 99.97 percent of allergens and pollutants.
The company points to Environmental Protection Agency stats that say the average home may be up to five times more polluted than the air outside. Dyson's purifier fan aims to eliminate those irritants. Its sleek device features a 360-degree Glass HEPA filter to trap pollutants from all angles, as well as Air Multiplier technology to project purified air.
Sync it with the Dyson Link app for iOS or Android to monitor connected machines and indoor and outdoor air quality and control the purifier remotely. Turn on auto mode to activate the purifier at different times, ensuring a regular flow of fresh oxygen; nighttime auto mode put it into quiet mode and dims the display.
Sporting the same bladeless-fan look as the rest of Dyson's product lineup, the Pure Cool Link is on sale now in white or blue for $499.99.
The company in October introduced another high-tech product: the 360 Eye robotic vacuum cleaner. Boasting a digital motor that can spin at up to 78,000 RPM, the Eye generates "the highest suction of any robot vacuum," Dyson claims. Unfortunately, it is available only in Japan, selling for ¥149,040, or about $1,330.