Latest purifier detects and destroys formaldehyde, continuously
It combines a precise solid-state formaldehyde sensor with a unique catalytic filter that continuously destroys formaldehyde. HEPA and activated carbon filters also capture dust, allergens, gases and other pollutants. And Dyson purifiers have powerful Air Multiplier™ technology to purify the whole room.
Cools you in summer
In warmer weather, a powerful stream of purified airflow can cool you down.
Backward airflow mode
Diverts airflow through the back of the machine. To purify, without cooling you.
Control and monitor your air quality from anywhere using the Dyson Link app.⁵
Oscillates up to 350 ̊
Adjustable oscillation projects purified air around the whole room.
Control it hands-free with compatible voice services.
For lighter sleepers. Monitors and purifies using the quietest settings, along with a dimmed display.
Easy filter care
The filter is quick and easy to change. With automatic filter-life notifications on the LCD or Dyson Link app.⁵
Curved and magnetized to store neatly on top of the machine.
Senses and reports, automatically
Integrated sensors constantly analyze your air, while our unique algorithm cross-checks data every second. It diagnoses pollutants at a molecular level, displaying live results on the LCD.
Captures gases and ultrafine particles
The HEPA filter captures 99.97% of particles as small as 0.3 microns. A layer of activated carbon also removes odours and gases including VOCs.²
Destroys formaldehyde, continuously
The Dyson catalytic filter continuously traps and breaks down formaldehyde¹ molecules into water and CO2. And it never needs replacing.
Purifies the whole room
Dyson purifiers have Air Multiplier™ technology. It generates the circulation power to draw even distant pollutants into the machine, projecting purified air throughout the room.
Fully sealed to HEPA H13⁴
In our latest purifiers, it’s not just the filter that meets HEPA H13 standard, it’s the whole machine.⁴ So what goes inside, stays inside.
Precisely detects formaldehyde
Our latest purifiers use a solid-state sensor to detect formaldehyde molecules – 500 times smaller than 0.1 microns. Maintains precision for the lifetime of the machine.