The Internet of Things envisions a world where all of our appliances and the entirety of our homes are interconnected with gathered controls under one main hub: your smartphone. More and more gadgets make their way into daylight with ‘smart’ support, and the Dyson Pre Cool Link is the first air purifier to incorporate the smart set of features.
What makes the Dyson Pre Cool Link air purifier smart is its very own smartphone app that gives you full control over its abilities directly from your most trusty gadget of the lot. More than just allowing you to turn it on and off or program it for particular times throughout the day, its smartphone app is programmed to display a whole lot more about the quality of indoor air inside your home.
The air purifier itself is in charge of remove 99.97 percent of the allergens, pollutants and toxins in your home’s air, things that slowly build up from both the outside air as well as things we may use in our homes and we believe are harmless. Scented candles, incense, plush toys and even books have a tendency of gathering dust and various other substances that may act as allergic reaction triggers or even worse respiratory issues. According to the British company’s product description, the Pure Cool Link can remove items that as small as 0.1 microns from the air we breathe in our own homes.
This type of gadget comes as a smart solution that wants to answer to increasing concerns regarding both outdoors pollution as well as the chemical dangers of the sprays and fresheners we use in our homes, which proved to not be as harmless as we once believed. This issue has been thoroughly studied by the Royal College of Physicians as well as the Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health as well as several American entities such as the US Environmental Protection Agency.
The Dyson Pre Cool Link air purifier is but one of the first gadgets of this sort to answer to said concerns, also promising to allow you to keep a close eye on the air quality of your home and track the registered changes as it does its job. Through the app, you can monitor the possibly harmful substances in the air and watch the numbers dwindle as the Cool Link comes into action.
However, this gadget is far from cheap; and by all means, no smart home appliances promise a decrease in price any time soon. The smaller version costs $500 while the larger, tower version for bigger spaces will burn a $650 hole in your pocket.
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