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Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link (HP02) review

It's a heater, fan and air purifier in one. So is the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link (HP02) any good?

Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link (HP02)
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Our Verdict

The Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link (HP02) is an excellent purifier, fan and heater. It works via an app – and can be voice-controlled through Alexa – plus it looks great. Well worth the price tag, particularly for anyone who values design as much as functionality.

For

  • Three-in-one features
  • Incredibly efficient
  • Supporting app

Against

  • On the expensive side
  • Needs replacement filters

We've researched the best space heaters, fans and air purifiers; asked the experts; and sifted through thousands of specs, features and user reviews to find the best products around. In this Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link (HP02) review, you'll find everything you need to know about Dyson's purifying fan heater.

Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link (HP02) review

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The Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link is a sleek and powerful heater, fan and air purifier. Launched by Dyson in 2017, it’s designed to keep you warm in winter, cool in the summer, and it’ll purify your air all year round. Plus, unlike its less advanced sibling, the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool (HP01) purifying heater and fan, the HP02 is WiFi and Amazon Alexa compatible – that's what the 'Link' part of its name refers to – so you can control it with your voice.

It's no longer the newest model in Dyson's Pure Hot+Cool range though. In November 2018, Dyson launched the more expensive Pure Hot+Cool HP04 purifying heater and fan, which is able to oscillate 350 degrees (versus the HP02's 180 degrees) and also features a backward airflow setting (the HP02 doesn't). 

The Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link launched with a princely RRP of $619.99. The price has since gone down: it currently costs $599.99 if you buy it directly from Dyson, although the company does offer a price match guarantee – so if you see it cheaper somewhere else, Dyson says it will match that price. 

Dyson products don’t tend to see huge price drops: they're packed with cutting-edge technology, after all. However, now that the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link has been superseded by the newer Pure Hot+Cool HP04 model, we would expect to occasionally see some deals on the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link. 

The Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link (HP02) boasts Jet Focus control, and comes with two smooth but powerful air flow modes that deliver over 77 gallons per second. In focused mode, you get a narrow blast of air for personal heating or cooling; whereas diffused mode gives a wider airflow for more even room coverage.

Dyson Pure Hot + Cool Link specs

Room size: Large
Fan speed settings: 10
Dimensions:
8.7x8.7x24.9 inches
Weight: 8.86 lbs
Oscillation: 180 degrees
Max power consumption: 2100w
Asthma and allergy friendly: Yes
HEPA filter: Yes
Thermostat: Yes
Sleep mode: Yes
Warranty: 2 years

Meanwhile, a second-generation Dyson 360-degree Glass HEPA filter removes 99.97% of particle as small as 0.3 microns (that’s around 100 times smaller than a human hair). This makes it a particularly great choice for anyone with allergies or pets, or living in homes with mold.

Standard features include speed settings, a timer, remote and the ability to oscillate 180 degrees. You can also tilt the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link, so you can position it on the floor or on a table, and easily angle it to best suit you. 

Where the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link really excels over the older Dyson Pure Hot+Cool HP01 model is voice control. It works with Amazon Alexa, so you can talk to it from the sofa (or yell from another room) and ask it to do anything from increase the airflow speed to turn on Night Mode – which dims the display and switches to the quietest settings to aid sleep. It's already pretty quiet though, with a ‘Quiet Mark’ accreditation for its low-noise operation.

Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link (HP02) review

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There’s also an iOS and Android app, which lets you control the the device, adjust settings and monitor you air quality. In addition, the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link offers a handy seven-day schedule that you can easily program. For example, you might want it to heat a room first thing in the morning, purify it while you’re at work, and heat up again when you get home. Or, you might want it to cool you down and purify when the weather heats up.

The Dyson Pure Hot + Cool HP01 is also really simple to install. The main fan unit comes pre-assembled, so the only thing you need to do is to place the two-part filter in place. The inner carbon filter is for gasses, while the outer HEPA filter is built to capture small particles. Filters last around a year, depending on use and level of pollutants in your home. Replacements cost £65 and the app will let you know when it’s time to make the change, too.

The Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link (HP02) features the company’s iconic bladeless design, which makes it safer and easier to clean, while, crucially improving airflow. It stands 24.9 inches tall, with a 8.7 x 8.7 inch base, so it fits neatly into the corner of a room. It’s a bit taller than Dyson’s desktop models and a little shorter than the cooling-only Dyson Pure Cool Tower, so you can stand this on a desk if you want to.

The HP02 is a Dyson, so it goes without saying that it looks great. It boasts so many functions – and yet this sleek, space-saving device barely takes up much room (it certainly occupies a lot less space than an individual heater, fan and air purifier would). 

Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link (HP02) review

Replacement filters cost $70, but should last 4,300 hours

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This device is really simple to install. The main fan unit comes pre-assembled, so the only thing you need to do is to place the two-part filter in place. The inner carbon filter is for gasses, while the outer HEPA filter is built to capture small particles. 

Filters have a claimed lifespan of 4,300 hours, depending on use and level of pollutants in your home. Replacements cost $70 and the app will let you know when it’s time to make the change, too.

Users rave about the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link. At Amazon, the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link averages 4 out of 5 stars, from more than 400 reviews; while at Best Buy it scores 4.7 out of five stars, from over 700 reviews; and at Walmart it has 4.6 out of 5. 

One user, a smoker, reports that the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link eliminated the smell of smoke in seconds. We've seen a lot of other people talk about overall improvements in air quality – particularly users that say they have allergies or asthma – and we noticed one person commenting that she no longer wakes up with a blocked nose.

People also report that the app is very easy to navigate. However, some users do complain that the cost of replacement filters is high. Note that some people have reported buying inferior replacements from other outlets that haven’t done the job – so make sure you buy your filters from Dyson. 

Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link (HP02) review

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It isn’t cheap – but you are getting an incredibly advanced fan, heater and purifier for the price. The fact that you can use it all year round makes the Dyson’s Pure Hot + Cool Link a very tempting prospect - and now that the price has fallen, it’s better value than its ever been. 

We love the smart functionality, and that iconic Dyson design looks the part too. If you’ve got the money to invest in the Dyson Pure Hot + Cool Link (HP02), we think it’s outstanding.

Not convinced that the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link (HP02) is right for you? Fear not, you’ll find plenty more options at all budgets in our best space heater, best fan and best air purifier buying guides. But if you need to know right now, here are our three top alternatives to the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link (HP02) purifying fan heater.