In as much as there is talk about keeping the environment clean and protected, unfortunately, there\u2019s a lot of human activity that continues to cause a lot of pollution and degradation to it.. While this might be harmful to the environment, it also happens to be harmful to you. One of the ways that you can protect yourself is by getting a good quality air purifier like the Dyson Pure Hot Cool air purifier. It\u2019s pretty close to being the best air purifier around, and could potentially be the best smart air purifier for you. Sit tight, and we\u2019ll take you through some of its features to see whether or not it\u2019ll be worth a purchase.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Dyson Pure Hot and Cold Purifier\r\nThe Dyson Pure Hot and Cold Purifier has a lot of features that make it worthwhile, and also happens to be asthma allergy friendly. It\u2019s HEPA filter captures particles that are up to 0.3 microns small, getting rid of pollens, dust particles and bad odours in the process.\r\n\r\nPower\/Speed\r\nThe Dyson pure hot cool purifying heater fan is a very elegant looking air purifier that works both as a heater and a purifier, meaning you should be able to use it in the summer and the winter. The Dyson Pure Hot Cool HP02 features a 360-degree glass HEPA filter that captures ultrafine particles from the air, as well as a carbon filter that eliminates any pungent odours. It\u2019s quite different from the ioGS HEPA filter that you\u2019ll find on the Rabbit Air Minusa2 Air Purifier, but they both have the same efficiency in their functionality.\r\nEfficiency\r\nThe Dyson pure hot cool link can be categorized as power hungry, as it has a maximum power consumption level of up to 2100 Watts. This can however be mitigated if you choose to have the unit operate in some of the different modes that it\u2019s got built in. It\u2019s got a night mode for example that kicks in in the evening, and has the fan operate at its quietest setting.\r\nVersatility\r\nThe Dyson purifier heater is pretty versatile in its functioning, as it remains very useful both in the summer and the winter. You\u2019ll also be able to have it concentrate airflow to a certain direction thanks to jet focus control, and this is a feature that you won\u2019t find on the Airmega 400s. To further direct airflow, the Dyson purifier is able to oscillate up to 180 degrees, and this makes sure that your whole room gets enough coverage.\r\nDurability\r\nBoth the carbon and the HEPA filter on the Dyson fan heater will have to be replaced every now and then, and since there\u2019s no filter change indicator on it, you\u2019ll just have to find a way to keep track of the 4300 hours that will have to have passed for you to change them. (This figure is the filter\u2019s life span)\r\nValue\r\nOne cool thing about the Dyson heater & cooling fan is that it\u2019s got WiFi support, so you\u2019ll be able to link it to your smartphone through the Dyson link app. There are a couple of benefits to this, and one of them is that it will allow you to have a good idea of the air quality in real time. The app also serves as a remote control of sorts, as you will be able to change the purifiers settings from it - something that you won\u2019t be able to do with the Bissell Air Purifier.\r\nDyson Pure Hot and Cold Purifier Wrap Up\r\nWe would recommend getting the Dyson air purifier even if you suffer from certain respiratory conditions as it is certified asthma and allergy friendly, and on top of that, has also been awarded the Quietmark accreditation. It is arguable that the air purifier is a bit expensive, but if you can\u2019t afford it, you should be able to find a lower price alternative, but it won\u2019t have the money back guarantee that it comes with when brand new.