Clean air in a household is what we all aim to achieve with our cleaning appliances. However, it’s very difficult to maintain it be it due to filtration issues in our apartments, allergens causing issues, or just a lack of time to clean.
Dyson has you covered on that front, providing air purifiers for your living space. This article will compare their specifications and provide a suggestion on which one to buy.
Apart from the purifying, allergens eliminating and dust-clearing effects these two models are also capable of cooling your room.
Enhanced HEPA filter
Dyson’s equipped both of these models with an enhanced filter that provides great air purifying capabilities. This is especially useful for people with asthma or allergies as it does a great job at keeping particles that could make either act up at bay.
The app allows remote monitoring and adjusting of your device. It is available on both iOS and Android.
Using Amazon Echo, you can give commands to your air purifier through Dyson Pure Cool Link. Utilizing simple voice instructions you can easily change settings on your device without even being near it.
Lacking blades make these devices safer in households with children, as well as requiring less space overall with the smaller design. They are also far easier to clean than standard-design coolers, shortening your chores.
If you wish to leave the device on without disturbing your sleep make sure to turn on night mode. It dims the LCD light and works quietly while still providing air purifying capabilities. Perfect for those with breathing issues, allowing for easy sleep without dust or allergens disturbing it.
There are 10-speed options on either air purifier, providing ample choice that allows them to conform to any season.
Long-range projection to circulate purified air across the room. This allows models to achieve a range of up to 300 square feet. A hefty surface that can cover most large rooms. Their range and the models’ heads’ range of motion allow for clear air with very little hassle.
The number of degrees you can rotate the head of this device around is especially important for the cooling properties of the purifiers.
First up is the Dyson TP02 with 180 degrees of coverage. Making a half circle it’s best to put it parallel to your desired air purifying or cooling position.
While the previous model covers one side perfectly Dyson’s TP04 is capable of 350 degrees of head rotation, almost being able to cover an entire circle.
The Winner: Dyson TP04
Difference in filters
Although both share enhanced HEPA filters the types and capabilities of the two differ in both filter models and efficiency.
The HEPA filter on our first entrant is a 360 glass HEPA filter from 2017. TP series have since replaced it with a newer one.
As was previously mentioned newer TP04 uses a different filter, the Glass HEPA media filter. Additionally, it comes with a Carbon filter, unlike its predecessor. Regardless, both are capable of eradicating 99.97% of microscopic particles including pollen, bacteria, dust, pet dander, and other air pollutants in the air. On the other hand, TP04 does a better job of trapping gasses with its activated carbon offering three times the efficiency past models had and its glass filter being better at removing dust and allergens by 60%
The Winner: Dyson TP04
Its leaner design does contribute to less weight overall. Although the difference is slight. The most prominent feature on TP02 is the lack of blades, instead having a singular stretched oval as its head. A small stand also makes it easily placeable wherever.
Shares a lot of design aspects with its TP02 counterpart. The difference is found in the bulkier heads, the purpose of which may be to differentiate the two. You don’t lose much in terms of compact design when picking TP04. However, it does possess a neat LCD display on its tower. This displays details about air purity. The purifier automatically senses and reports air quality levels on the said LCD display.
The Winner: Tie
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