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The British royal family is particular about the products they use. So, when Queen Elizabeth has something in her home, you know it's got to be good. Well, an air purifier similar to one used by the queen herself is on mega-sale right now at QVC.
People completely lost it in 2019 when a photo of Queen Elizabeth meeting with Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed a cooling Dyson air purifier in the background. Right now, that purifier's larger cousin is part of a deal you don't want to miss.
It's called the Dyson Pure Cool Link 2-in-1 Air Purifier and Tower Fan, and it quietly and effectively eliminates 99.97 percent of the allergens and pollutants you breathe every day, and it doubles as a fan that cools and circulates that clean air. Today, QVC has slashed the price by $228 (not a typo) — and added an extra filter to sweeten the deal.
How do all those pollutants get into your home, anyway? The answer is: life. Cooking, cleaning, or even owning pets releases things like carbon monoxide, volatile organic compounds, and dander into the air. Then you have ugly particles like mold, asbestos, lead, and pesticides. Tobacco smoke can easily permeate your environment, too, even if you don’t smoke. Inhaling these toxins on the daily can lead to everything from allergies to cancer, the EPA believes.
Inviting the Dyson Pure Cool into your home is an investment in your health. This hybrid superstar uses Dyson’s state-of-the-art 360 degree Glass HEPA filter to clean and cool using zero blades, so it’s totally safe if you have kids and pets in the house.
This air purifier and tower fan is a smart device, too, so just download the Dyson Link app and sync it up to the floor unit, and it will send you updates on the state of your indoor air and give you remote control. That means you can turn the Wifi-enabled machine on and off, set the sleep timer, switch to nighttime mode (quieter operation and a dimmer LED screen), and adjust things like air flow and oscillation — all from your phone.
One shopper who suffers from seasonal allergies has been able to wean off of other treatments since the Dyson Pure Cool came into their life. “With this air purifier in my bedroom, I've eliminated the steroidal nasal spray and the expensive nose strips,” they wrote.
Another commented, “We absolutely love this Dyson purifier/fan. We purchased it for my son's nursery; he has been sick off and on with a respiratory virus and we wanted to help him any way we could to make his air cleaner.”
The Dyson Pure Cool does such a thorough job of cleaning up your environment that it’s easy to forget to “cool” part — this tower fan pushes air around the room so effectively, even customers going through a heat wave swear by it. “As we enter August here in California the temperatures easily reach the 90s daily,” one wrote. “This Dyson air purifier and tower fan keep the family room cool and air fresh.”
You'll get not only this sleek unit — it comes in two cool colors and almost doubles as decor — but you also get an extra filter thrown in for free. Each filter lasts a full year if you use it 12 hours a day, so with a pair you’re all set for quite a while.
Want a closer look at this amazing product? Check out QVC's tres informative in-house video.
You can also break up your payments into five painless Easy Pays of $68.31, or you can apply for QVC’s QCard Special Financing and pay off the unit in nine months. QVC is pulling out all the stops to make sure you can get the Dyson Pure Cool Link 2-in-1 Air Purifier and Tower Fan into your home stat. They’re even throwing in free shipping.
The incredible $228 savings is for a limited time only, though, so invest in this unit now and you’ll be breathing easier in no time.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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