Automate your home and get clean air with Dyson Pure Cool
Are you looking for new ways to automate your home and improve your family's quality of life? Here's an air purifying system to keep your family healthy and safe.
Looking for new ways to automate your home and improve your quality of life?
We are a family that loves automation. Having a husband who runs his own business and with my events company and blogging profession, we often spend our time outside the house. That’s why we needed to simplify things and get the job done through automation at home. We’ve been recently experimenting a lot with smart home systems. We have voice-controlled lights at home. Our entertainment system (to turn the TV on and off, and to choose a show) is voice-controlled, too. Since then, we’ve been looking for ways to further automate our home.
Zeeka has been getting colds for the longest time. Often, my daughter would greet me in the morning with a loud sneeze. I’ve been having rhinitis yet again, which I’ve had since my early twenties. Meanwhile, our housekeeper, though she’s a hard worker, would normally use spray cleaners around the house which probably the cause of Zeeka’s colds and my rhinitis attacks. Given that my husband and I have busy schedules, I kept looking for ways to solve this problem through automation. While doing my own research for a few months, I got an invitation to check out the Dyson Pure Cool.
I have read good reviews about Dyson before, but I also had the impression that their products are upscaled on the price. My husband and I try to lessen our expenses, and we don’t splurge on unnecessary stuff. But because of curiosity and necessity, I went to the Dyson store to see it for myself.
Purifying and automation don’t usually go together. Most of the time, our concept of purity involves greenery, a nice stroll at the beach, the color white, or rain. Automation usually refers to cold, hard steel, big manufacturing plants, and unfortunately, pollution.
The Dyson Pure Cool got me curious on how it’s going to clean the air around us. I knew Dyson engineers designed the product well and I wanted to try how it combined automation and air purification at the same time. So, when we brought home the Dyson Pure Cool and gave it a try for a few weeks, I told myself that this purifier is worth every penny. Here’s why.
The Dyson Pure Cool stands taller than Zeeka and looks very sleek. It looks like a fan from The Enterprise (shout out to Star Trek fans!). It releases purified air from the top while the filter sits at the bottom. I love that it’s bladeless, so Zeeka is safe. I don’t have to worry even if my daughter is walking around the house near it.
Setting the purifier up doesn’t take too much effort. The two filters in the lower portion of the air purifier are easy to attach. Just place the two filters around the base and then lock it in place, using the covers. These filters last from 6 to 12 months depending on the frequency of use. There’s a small screen that shows the status of the filters, which helps me to determine if I must replace it.
I was so impressed with the meter of the Dyson Pure Cool that tells me the level of air quality inside the house. I’ve tested it out, too. I would sometimes spray perfume in the room where the purifier is, and the Air Quality levels would go red. I also tested it in rooms with mold, and the moisture levels increased as the air quality dropped, too.
Dyson made it a lot easier to automate your home with its super cool app.
To install the app, just look for the Dyson Link App in the Appstore and Google play store. Then, download and open the app. The app will give you specific instructions on how to connect with your Dyson Pure Cool.
Once you are on your dashboard, you will see the air quality data from your home. Just click on the graph icon on the right to see the data gathered within the day.
The Dyson link app shows daily and weekly data. I notice that when humidity is high, I get my allergic rhinitis. I’m not sure if these two are related, but it’s nice to see the air quality data versus my actual experience.
I can also control the purifier by clicking on the remote-control icon on the lower left side of the app. I can control the fan speed, angle of oscillation, and I can set the timer, too! There’s also an option to switch the mode of air flow to be from the front to the sides of the purifier.
The clock on the bottom right of the screen allows me to set schedules for the purifier. I can just add different “events”, adjust the settings for each event, and schedule the time when it should be turned on and off.
Ever since we got the Dyson Pure Cool , there’s a big difference when I’m at home. I can breathe easier and the rhinitis attacks have lessened. My daughter, Zeeka, is much more active now and she rarely sneezes when she wakes up in the morning. I can rely more on my housekeeper with the daily chores, and I don’t have to worry if she’s cooking or using all-purpose spray cleaners. Best part is, my husband and I solved this household problem through automation. We don’t have to worry about indoor pollution at home
So, if you’re looking for air purifying systems to keep your family healthy and safe, I would recommend Dyson Pure Cool. This gets my stamp of mom approval. It sure is an awesome way to automate your home.
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